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Why Are the Rich Still Enamored of Obama?

IntrepidSI Wrote: Apr 22, 2012 8:20 AM
There is one aspect of this election that Republicans don't get - the unemployment "number" is meaningless. We could be told it's 2%, but there is a large group in the middle that sees the truth. I am in a lower than national unemployement state and even here I know no one who hasn't been laid off, or some who doesn't know someone who got laid off. Most of us know someone who lost a house, or their savings. Most of us see the price increases at the Grocery store, and the gas pump, so numbers put out by Washington may jin up those who follow politics, but are meaningless to many who know the true score.

A question for the rich: if President Obama successfully breaks the backs of the working middle class, is that really good for you?

And how about this: if over half of your fellow Americans pay no income taxes and are quite happy to have you foot the bill for our wasteful bloated government, will that be good for your portfolios– or anybody else’s?

We’re less than seven months away from selecting either four more years of Barack Obama, or a new President named Mitt. At this point President Obama isn’t running on his track record, so much as...