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Great: Obama to "Reframe" Economic Message as Democrats Begin to Sweat

pshelley Wrote: Jun 12, 2012 7:09 PM
If Obama had done his job correctly this article wouldn't exist. Here's some more reason to NOT VOTE FOR OBAMA see them at
neoreconstructionist Wrote: Jun 12, 2012 7:18 PM
What is Obama's job? I thought it was to keep the county safe.. you may think it is to hire people. you are a socialist.
Buck O Wrote: Jun 12, 2012 7:21 PM
He's a socialist, and so are you for thinking he's doing a good job.
CardSenseJimmyBond Wrote: Jun 12, 2012 7:22 PM
It's not to impede hiring, that's for sure. And as for safety, of course you trust Uncle Vladimir...
neoreconstructionist Wrote: Jun 12, 2012 7:25 PM
Did President Obama throw away your application to the gap? He hasn't impeded you in any way.
Dave619 Wrote: Jun 12, 2012 7:26 PM
If he had done his job properly, he would have loosened the noose on the private sector which would have created jobs. Your reasoning is just plain foolish. You need to go some place that will appreciate your level of intellect...can I suggest MSNBC?
neoreconstructionist Wrote: Jun 12, 2012 7:31 PM
how. dave.. the private sector is rich sitting on trillions of dollars. how much more do these job creators need in order to create jobs?
Dave619 Wrote: Jun 12, 2012 7:36 PM
How about not having taxageddon hanging over their heads in January...obamacare taxes...stupid laws like Dodd/Frank...and who knows what else the bamster can come up with in a second term if a miracle happens and he is re-elected. Again, no grasp of you asked a stupid question.

You know what our "depression"-ravaged economy needs right about now?  An serious injection of retooled presidential rhetoric, that's what.  President Downgrade to the rescue:

President Barack Obama will use a campaign policy speech Thursday to contrast his preferred approach for the country's economic future with ideas proposed by his likely Republican opponent, Mitt Romney, people familiar with the speech said. Mr. Obama's address in Cleveland, described by his aides as a "framing" speech, isn't expected to include any major new proposals. While some of his political advisers had pushed for that, his economic team...