On Wis. GAB: 545K have requested absentee ballots
(cont'd)This appears to be from someone who seems to believe if he says it, it must be true.
But this mismatch between rhetoric and reality doesn't have to be. We can silence this endless finger-pointing and endless diversionary tactics - from dogs on roofs to someone dressed like a bird. Enough, enough, enough already, of having one’s leg "watered-on” only to hear the response -“Don’t worry - it’s just raining.”.
In early October 2012, CNN asked Economists for their take as to WHO would be better for the economy. Between a President Mitt Romney or a President Obama, a President Mitt Romney was the Economists preferred choice by a ratio of 3 to 1. Seventeen economists were asked. Five opted out. A large majority of 9 maintained that a President MITT ROMNEY would be BEST FOR THE ECONOMY, while only 3 out of 12 thought Mr Obama would.
Its not just a majority of Economists who say a change will do us good. It’s not just capable businessman and United States Naval Academy Graduate H Ross Perot who tells us change will do us good. Its not just Chairwoman and Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett-Packard for six years Carly Fiorina who tells us a change will do us good. And in a survey of 501 executives, its not just ceos, presidents, and managing directors that pick a President Romney as better for the growth and success of business, while only 20 percent said Mr. Obama. See http://politics-news.nationaljournal.com... Recent Gallup Poll tells us more registered-voter-Americans want to see a President Mitt Romney rather than a President Obama. See http://www.gallup.com/poll/157817/electi....
Again, Mr Obama presides over some quarter of 100 million Americans who are un-employed or under-employed. As he presides, he says he'll cut the deficit in half and proceeds to balloon it to 16 trillion dollars and compounding daily. We remember that Mr. Obama rightly implied that he understood that if he can't fix this thing (the economy), he, too, suggested there'd be a change coming to the highest office in the land – he’d be removed by the voters pen. He was right to say this.
His removal from office via the stroke of The Voter's pen is THE real path to hope and change that the majority of economists and others in-the-know when it comes to things economic, predict. Men and women alike deserve that kind of hope and change.
(cont'd)Unemployment in America showed yet another rise on Friday, November 2, 2012. See http://business-news.thestreet.com/the-n... Some 170,000 jobs created but some 170,000 jobs lost.Factor in broken-hearted, discouraged, despondent American workers and the rate is more unacceptably despicable still.
Poll of voters who voted early show Mitt Romney at 52 percent beating Mr Obama at 45 percent.See http://www.policymic.com/articles/17752/...
This winning look of a President Mitt Romney makes sense.
The debt limit will be reached in 2012, according to the treasury. Again, issues of debt limits and issues of the treasury are issues of the economy. Americans are impacted for the better when they make good-faith contributions to the economy and get what they deserve in return. They can also get less than they deserve.
Americans deserve an economy where anybody who wants to work or needs to work can find a good job. Jobs that give people freedom, independence, a higher degree of feeling more secure and a satisfactory sense of self-worth. People deserve a rapidly expanding economy in which they can display their multifaceted skills of organization, multitasking, intelligence, toughness , strength and persistence to name a just a few. People deserve an expanding economy where they can compete with the best of them if they so choose, or to have a partner who operates in an opportunity-laden economic environment replete with good pay and good opportunity so that both the individual, the individuals partner and any family members needs and goals can best be met.
People don't deserve an economy that grew slower this year than last year, and slower last year than the year before that. People have pay ground that needs to be made up. The trendline is going the WRONG WAY in order for that to happen. See http://evilblackeconomist.blogspot.com/2... weekly earnings 2008 to 2012. It was just this summer when it was wrongly and disingenuously suggested that if you’re not of the government – you’re doing just fine. See www.huffingtonpost.com/.../obama-private...... – this with a quarter of 100 million American unemployed or underemployed. This is the classic denial in the face of reality. We know this is not what “just fine” looks like. (cont'd)
Greetings. You've survived to election day.Before you go to the polls, please consider:
50 percent of recent college graduates are either unemployed or stuck in jobs that don't require a college degree. See http://www.theatlantic.com/business/arch... and as reported in the Tampa Bay Times. Youth in Tampa, Florida and any place in the nation for that matter don’t deserve this.It is unacceptable. It is no wonder that Florida is going the way of a President Mitt Romney. See http://www.miamiherald.com/2012/11/03/30... as reported this weekend.
It is no wonder that people interviewed about the national election from the less-than-conservative Toledo Ohio Blade had this to say:
“Lately, many of (my) visitors are businessmen and entrepreneurs who are afraid to spend money. A Romney presidency will fix that, and fix it quickly. Jobs is the name of the game, and I think Romney knows how to do that,” Ohioan Mister Haver said.
“I know one thing, they’re going to have do something with that debt. They talk about balancing the budget, they need to pay [the deficit] off.” Ohioan Mister Birkhold said.
“I’ve been through all different presidents and for my experience, the Obama years are the worst years I’ve put up with,” Ohioan Mister Poth said.
Its no wonder that all of Iowa’s major newspapers support a President Mitt Romney.www.cbsnews.com/.../all-four-major-iowa-...
Being afraid to spend money, successfully balancing the budget, paying off the deficit, jobs being the name of the game, and that “the Obama years are the worst years I’ve put up with”, are all issues of the national economy.
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