Obama Ally Bill Clinton to Stump in New Hampshire

President Obama is again enlisting one of his best assets, former President Bill Clinton, to make the case for his re-election.

The Obama campaign announced Friday morning that the former president, whose speech at the Democratic convention created a buzz perhaps bigger than Mr. Obama's, will headline a campaign event in New Hampshire on Wednesday.

That is the same day that Obama will face Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney in the first of a series of presidential debates in which Romney plans to challenge the veracity of many of the president's statements.

In fact, it was Clinton's convention speech which Mr. Obama himself has said provided a clearer explanation of his policies than he could have given himself and led Clinton to be dubbed "explainer-in-chief".