5 point plan is a fairy tale.

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    5 POINT PLAN IS A FAIRY TALE.
    DO NOT ADD UP to job creation, jobs training programs, a balance budget and paying down the deficits. America is too old to believe in the tooth fairy, Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny.

    And Romney continues to release ad after ad that are complete lies. Nothing factual in them at all. Unbelievable that he is able to do that and get away with it. But explainable because his supporter take him as an honest man and he plays that by continue to spew forth lies.

    Romney using Obama’s four years as a case against change is a pig that don’t fly. The economy is much better today then your years ago. Everyone who wants a job does not have one but 5 million who did not have one has one now thanks to the stimulus, bailouts for the banks and auto industry. Even at 5% unemployment there will still be people without jobs. Unemployment may never get to 5% again. That has always been the case and will always be the case. Romney want us to believe he will get people off welfare and to work with his job training programs (where will he get the money to pay for jobs training programs when he plans to cut taxes, cut government spending and government programs?)
    Romney being a businessman only knows how to make money for himself and corporations. While Romney want to take credit for jobs created in Mass when he was Governor is like rain makers taking credit for rain, the economy at the time created those jobs and Obama walk into at different economy.

    No matter who is president after November the economy will continue to create jobs. An economy that was stimulated by Obama stimulus. That’s how jobs are created. By stimulating the economy. Economist project almost 12 million jobs will be created by the economy that Obama stimulated, in the next 10 years and will have nothing to do with Romney’s 5 point plan, ( is he is elected) but guess who will claim credit for it? That makes me sick at my stomach.
     
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    But the "hopey changy" thing was all you needed in 2008. :lol::lol::lol:
     
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    Yup, the lefties are working on their excuses already.

    Gives me hope.
     
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    Perception is 95% of reality sweetie................:eusa_dance: Any poll..........ANY poll on the economy indicates that your narrative = fAiL



    Nobody cares about George Bush anymore...............its 2012.:fu:
     
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    You have to remember also that Romney has pledged to cut 280,000 jobs during his administration. Cutting off Title X funding will eliminate thousands more; closing down CPB will also eliminate jobs as well.

    Money isn't going to sit on the sidelines forever but it's necessary to remember, as long as we have wage stagflation; there will be not much in the way of widespread prosperity. It is no coincidence that the middle class squeeze has happened at the same time that wage disparity between the top and bottom has widened.
     
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    Very few American businesses are interested in growing at the moment, because they are making money hand over fist the way things are. Despite that, they refuse to pass on any of this to their employees. I'm not sure how the business sector became so short sighted, but in the long run it is going to cost them.
     

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