I know this is played out, but here are some facts. Check them please.
-Food stamps up 46% with 15 million new participants
-Median household income down $4,300
-gas up from $1.84 to $3.74
-debt hits more than $16 trillion
-QE1, QE2, and QE3
-14.7% true unemployment
-labor participation lowest since 1981
-double digit inflation…soon to be stagflation
-23.1 million under or unemployed
-97.3 million American’s qualify as “low-income”
-49.1 million are in poverty
-Average hourly wages down
-self-employed Americans pay down $3,721
-over a million manufacturing jobs lost despite over a trillion spent to help
-velocity of money hits post WWII lows
-average cost of healthcare per household up $3,000
-5.7 million mortgages 30 days late or in foreclosure
-1 in 4 American’s under water on mortgage
-college tuition up 25%
-student debt up $1 trillion with a default rate of 17%, and oversight committee saying it could reach 49%
-monthly food costs up more than 10% per household
-S&P volume in a steady decline, except after more money printing talks by Bernanke/FED
Let me guess it’s all Bush's/Republican's fault? How about a little ownership of responsibility?
How about a government that is leaner, not meaner?
I just love it. We're climbing out of the worst recession since the Great Depression, a recession that happened at the end of 8 years of Republican administration, and the Republicans insist that Obama is doing a bad job because it's not resolved yet. The Great Depression took about 10 years and a World War to turn the economy around. Why is Obama only given 4 years? And why would we want to give the administration back to the Republicans when they did such a criminally crummy job of running the country? I like the way Clinton put it.
...the Republican argument against the president’s re- election was actually pretty simple, pretty snappy. It went something like this: “We left him a total mess. He hasn’t cleaned it up fast enough, so fire him and put us back in.”
You're quoting the same stats as HowardBThinane but neither provide links.
Karl Rover is working overtime today, I see.
Do your own fact checks MM, like I encouraged, please feel free. Or you could just blame blame blame like the first poster. The only thing that everyone ignores when they think I am a republican, is that I voted for Obama the first time, and only care about what is best for America. I am one of many, who are not going with the flow this time. I just hope to point out facts for my children’s sake. I refuse to chant chant chant....4 more 4 more 4 more of the same. Plus I've done some research since then.
God Bless America, and the many families of those directly, and indirectly affected by the events on 9-11-01.
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