For the first time in more than seven months — as we explained yesterday — President Barack Obama visited the Badger State to campaign and meet with voters. But that’s not really what piqued my interest. Rather, it was the substance of his remarks (via USA Today):

President Obama told supporters in Wisconsin today that he needs more that [sic] one term to make the kinds of changes that Washington needs.

“From the day I ran for this office last year — er, four years ago, it seems like just last year — I’ve always said change take [sic] more than one term, one president, one party,” Obama said at a fundraiser in Milwaukee.

Again casting the race against Mitt Romney as a stark choice between two visions of government, Obama said the election can break up the gridlock in Washington that has frustrated some of his plans.