Photo: President Obama's 'Romnesia' Speech at GMU
The President stopped by GMU Friday morning to rally support before Election Day.
President Barack Obama made a campaign stop at George Mason University Friday morning, rallying a crowd of about 9,000 voters.
Obama spoke about the economy, women's rights, and called Mass. Gov. Mitt Romney out for backtracking on his stances on such such issues.
The President coined the term "Romnesia," drawing laughs and cheers from the crowd.