When Obama says we are moving forward, he means European Socialism with the continuation of the Keynesian Economic Theory. Let's see how well they are doing. Unemployment percentages: France=10.3% Germany=5.5% They are abounded European Socialism. Greece=23% Italy=10.7%S Spain=25.1% USA=8.3% Government debt - Economics: Key Tables from OECD - OECD iLibrary General government gross financial liabilities as a percentage of GDP France=105.5 Germany=88.5 Greece=168 Italy=122.7 Spain=87.9 USA=108.6 Government debt - Economics: Key Tables from OECD - OECD iLibrary If newly elected French President Francois Hollande is a socialist, so is Barack Obama.*Shortly after being elected, President Hollande proclaimed that his country had chosen change in electing him and promised to be the "president for everyone" saying "the change starts now." He further told a crowd of supporters he wanted to "give back hope."*Sound familiar?*It should.*President Obamas entire 2008 campaign was based on hope and change. President Obama is a Socialist, Not a Liberal After observing the economic failures occurring in Spain, Ireland, England, Italy, Greece, and even here in the U.S. with the failure to increase growth, despite an extra $800B being pumped into the economy, one pertinent question is apparent where in the world has Keynesian economics ever worked to grow and sustain an economy for the long term, with so much evidence that proves exactly the opposite? Where in the world is Keynesian economics working? – Ted Biondo - Rockford, IL - Rockford Register Star European Socialism and Keynesian Economics are doing very poorly. Why would a rational person pursue them? If you think a rational person should pursue them, then vote for Obama.