"The president's running his campaign on the basis that it's not his fault," Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said on FOX News. "He's blamed the tsunami in Japan, the debt crisis in Europe, of course Republicans in Congress, rich people, Wall Street, the Supreme Court. The president is having a difficult time accepting responsibility for his performance over the last three and a half years, and his campaign people tell him that 'the American people don't like anything we did, so you better change the subject and find all these culprits to run against because you can't defend your record because the American people simply don't like it.' So, we're kind of used to these diversionary tactics, trying to take the attention away from the president's record over the last four years. We all agree he inherited a difficult situation, but we think he made it worse with the stimulus, with ObamaCare, with the deficit, the debt, the credit downgrade. All of these things happened on his watch."