President Talks Economy In Buffalo, NY, Visit

President Barack Obama could look up the numbers to learn the story of western New York's economy: the poverty rate, unemployment, median household income.Or he could have seen Jeff and Scott Baker's billboard as his motorcade navigated through Buffalo on Thursday: "Dear Mr. President," the brothers' sign along Interstate 190 says, "I need a freakin job. Period."Obama's Main Street economic tour brought the president to Industrial Support Inc. in Buffalo, a small but growing contract manufacturing company whose 70 employees make things like grocery store salad bar displays and do metal stamping, electronics assembly, welding and other services.