Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney hopes the president sees his message when Mr. Obama comes to Orlando and Winter Park on Thursday. He's taken out 13 billboards at various locations around town. They display the message "We did build this," and they feature business owners like Tonya Burns.
"We did build our own business," she said and described herself as angry and frustrated over the President's remarks in Roanoke, Virginia that small business owners get help all along the way from taxpayers to make things work for them.
"President Obama didn't lay awake at night wondering how I was going to make payroll every week when things were bad and commissions didn't come in and I make a sale."
Two other owners are featured on the digital displays. The president went on the air to say the words were taken out of context and he does know that small business owners build their businesses.
State Representative Scott Randolph, D-Orlando, says taking things out of context is no surprise coming from Mitt Romney.
"I find it fascinating that, on the right-of-way of the federal interstate highway system, they decide that it is a solo project."
Carlos Carbonell attended a press conference to preview the President's remarks, and told FOX 35 he agrees with the comments.
"From the minute I started school, I had government funding. I had help to even get the education I got that got me to where I am at. We do business with the Department of Government Affairs. The government is one of our vendors. I think everything that somebody does is a product of our society."
The attacks on the president will certainly continue all the way to November, and we likely have not heard the last of the "We did build this" campaign.