More work to do for the workers I met in Galesburg, Ill., who are losing their union jobs at the Maytag plant that's moving to Mexico, and now are having to compete with their own children for jobs that pay seven bucks an hour. And he knows that it's not enough for just some of us to prosper. I don't know what Bible they're reading, but it doesn't jibe with my version. If you're working forty hours a week, you shouldn't be living in poverty. And it is on their behalf that I intend to win this election and keep our promise alive as President of the United States. Not with so many children to educate, and so many veterans to care for.