President Barack Obama kept up his aggressive attacks on Mitt Romney during a rally with supporters on Tuesday.
The President went after Romney for embracing his positions during Monday night's final debate at Lynn University in Boca Raton. He criticized the Republican nominee for trying to be all things to voters.
"Last night, he was all over the map. Did you notice that? During the debate, he said he didn't want more troops in Iraq. But he was caught on video saying it was unthinkable not to leave 20,000 troops in Iraq, troops that would still be there today." said President Obama.
President Obama's speech echoed what he has been saying on the campaign trail for the last few months -- that voters have a clear choice.
"And, now, it's up to you to choose the path we take from here. Starting on Saturday, Florida, you can choose the top-down policies that got us into this mess, or you can choose the policies we're using to get out of this mess," said President Obama.
The President went on to suggest that Romney suffers from a health condition on the campaign trail. It's a line he has used at rallies in recents weeks.
"If you talk about how much you love teachers during a debate, but said just a few weeks ago that we shouldn't hire anymore because they won't grow the economy, what do you have? I bet you've got some Romnesia," said President Obama.
President Obama also unveiled a 20 page pamphlet outlining his economic plan.
Afterwards, President Obama left to meet Vice President Joe Biden in Ohio. On Wednesday, President Obama takes part in two day tour of six battleground states that will include a stop in Tampa.
Romney and Paul Ryan are in Nevada and Colorado on Tuesday.