Granholm at the Democratic National Convention

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In front of the Democratic National Convention, and a nation-wide audience, Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm says our country's economic future is in jeopardy and we need a change of leadership.

Granholm says under President Bush the U.S. has lost more than two million manufacturing jobs.

Republicans fire back saying Bush has created jobs overall, and doing so in a down economy handed over from President Clinton. They also criticized the Dem's selection of Granholm to speak on economic stability, saying she has lost more jobs than any other governor in the country.

Granholm told the audience John Kerry would help to create 10 million jobs and health care coverage for every child in America.

Michigan republicans called Granholm's speech transparent, and say voters will see through to the fact that 'Kerry has no real economic plan.'