I thought I had reblogged my last bit on the US presidential elections but since it appears I have struck a very sensitive nerve, I just got started.
While the “mainstream media” busies itself “fact-checking” Governor Romney, John Merline at Investor’s Business Daily makes his case against the President:
In making his case for re-election in the face of historically high unemployment and sluggish growth, President Obama has a simple and straightforward argument.
Things were terrible when I arrived, he says, thanks to Bush-era policies of tax cuts and deregulation. We stopped the decline, but the ditch was so deep that it will take time to get out. Still, we are making progress, even if it isn’t as fast as everyone would like.
So the last thing we want to do is return to the failed Bush policies that, he says, drove us into the ditch.
That argument appears to be working. More people continue to blame Bush than Obama for the current poor state of affairs, and some surveys show that consumer confidence has recently increased.
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