For anyone who is unclear on President Obama’s accomplishments since he took office, here’s a detailed list, including citations.
For anyone who is mad at President Obama for not doing what he said he would do, here’s Bill Maher.
For anyone who believes current conservative economic policy is capable of balancing the budget, here’s former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich – who has written most of his 13 books on the topic – on Romney’s fiscal plans.
[Romney] … would restore the military budget, slash Medicare (turning it into vouchers that shift costs to the elderly) and Medicaid (turning it over to the states but without enough money to keep it going), cut programs for the poor (food stamps, Pell grants, etc), and yet at the same time cut even more taxes on the super rich … Romney’s plan would also — according to the non-partisan Center for Budget and Policy Priorities — increase the federal budget deficit by more than $3 trillion over the next ten years [emphasis mine].
Just for fun, here’s more Reich on the economy.
Add the conservative War on Women – which is apparently now on the back burner, along with the rest of the culture wars, since it created such a backlash for the GOP – and there’s no contest this fall.
And if you’re voting for the rich white man because Obama’s “not like me/us,” well … I can read between the lines, even if you can’t, but there is something important you should know:
Yep. People like me are gonna be the minority soon.
Personally, I can’t wait.