Romney disappointed in president's acceptance speech
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney looked to dissect President Obama's campaign during his speech in Iowa—just one morning after the president accepted the Democratic Party's nomination.
Romney spoke at Northwestern College at noon Friday. He started by discussing Obama's acceptance speech from Thursday night. Romney called the speech extraordinarily disappointing because the president did not address major challenges from the past four years.
Romney went on to discuss a five point plan to put America on the right track which included points of energy independence, creating trade opportunities and repealing the Affordable Care Act.
The Republican Party's presidential-hopeful also touched on the latest jobs report which he used against the president's policies. Romney said if President Obama kept his promises 9 million Americans would have jobs.
KSFY's Courtney Zieller was in Orange City and will have more details tonight on KSFY News.