On the Campaign Trail
Two days before the ruling on Obamacare, both President Obama and Mitt Romney appear at fundraising events.
The Supreme Court rules Thursday on Obamacare.
Mitt Romney figures he gains ground either way.
"If Obamacare is not deemed constitutional, then the first three and half years of this president's term will have been wasted on something that has not helped the American people," said Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney.
And if Obamacare is upheld?
"We’re gonna have to have a president, and I’m that one, who's gonna get rid of Obamacare. We're gonna stop it on day one," Romney said.
Asked about healthcare and the high court, in today's NBC News Wall Street Journal Survey, 37% of Americans said they'd be pleased if Obamacare is ruled unconstitutional and overturned.
28% would be pleased if the justices find it constitutional.
The president told Atlanta contributors: “We don't need a new fight on health care; we need insourcing.”
"The way we grow our economy is by making sure that we're bringing manufacturing back to the United States," said Ppresident Obama.
It's a shot at Romney.
In Iowa, Joe Biden piled on.
"So you gotta give mitt Romney credit. He's a job creator. In Singapore, China, India,” said Vice President Biden.