The premise of the show — kids submit questions to each candidate and based on the answers they make their pick for leader of the free world.
Obama answered the kids’ questions, but Romney said he didn’t have the time.
Deputy National Press Secretary Adam Fetcher said “It’s no surprise Romney decided to play hookey. Kids demand details, and I’m sure they want some answers on why Romney could increase their class sizes, eliminate their teacher’s jobs, raise taxes on their families and slash funding for Big Bird.”
Fetcher ends with this zinger: “‘The dog ate my homework’ just doesn’t cut it when you’re running for President.”
via TMZ Staff