Finally! Four years after Barry said that the economy would be his primary
focus, he is going to get around to "focusing" on it tonight?
That's awesome! I'm so giddy right now, I'm having a hard time
typing this.Mountanman. True Dat!
Re: Chris B.He should have been a one term President. The deficit
has increased, the debt has increased, (going on 17 trillion) unemployment stays
about the same, GDP is down, ect.Yet when you listen to Democrats they say
we are on the right track and on the road to recovery. This is going to be the
"New Normal". That's how Obama and the Democrats will try to sell
this to the American people. Given enough time, when no one remembers
unemployment at 4 percent and forgets that our national debt was only at around
10 trillion when Obama came into office. Run out the clock on the American
Memory. It might work.
Regan tripled the national debt.W. Bush doubled the national
debt.Obama? Has not done either. It is evident that
people who want to focus on the debt, when x5 years ago it doubled with barely a
word.Regan raised the debt ceiling x18 times.W. Bush? x7
times.President Obama? x4 times. Why would I vote
Republican about the debt, when they have a proven track record to make the
national debt...worse?FYI: Senator Orrin Hatch, voted to raise the
debt ... x16 times.
No matter what Obama's "message" will be, he has proven that its
easier to vote for a Democrat than find a job and work for a living!
4 years ago we were told:"I will cut the deficit in half during
my first four years or I'll be a one term President"The