America let’s be realistic, our country is falling apart due the decisions that are being made by our government and congress. And our so called big corporations, let’s look at the facts all of our jobs are being sent over seas so that leaves us with no jobs, then you have the unemployed that Americans can’t find work due to the fact that if you haven’t worked for such a period of time our companies don’t want to hire you simply because you haven’t worked in such a long time.
So now we have another dilemma, if you have bad credit they also don’t want to hire you, so if you’re out of work of course we cant pay the bills so then guess what? Our credit is shot so what is it that they want us to do. I guess we’re in for a big rude awakening, So try to figure this one out, this is supposed to be a free country will what a country we live in. I guess if we stop purchasing all products from over seas maybe we would have more jobs for the people in our country. But I don’t get the sense that it matters much from the thousand feet. In other words, the economy is growing slowly enough, the unemployment rate is just as high enough and the (inconsequential for now) deficit is large enough that the a campaign, as cynical as Romney, can get way with all varieties of lies and misleading claims. The inability of the press to adequately debunk these claims opens that breach even further. And what can the president do about it? What are his options? Certainly it’s impossible for him to say the economic isn’t strong enough and needs more kick in the ass to get it moving. It would be a political blunder of epic proportions. The president would be featured in every Romney’s ad lamenting the weak economy. He also can’t pass any new spending programs to create the aforementioned so what are we to do. They wont let him; they wont pass any new spending he’s requesting, while simultaneously blaming him for not doing anything about jobs. Meanwhile, they held the world hostage by refusing to in crease the debt limit, forcing the president to cut spending far beyond what should ever been done in a slower than usual economy. The reason the economy hasn’t backslid is because of the success of the president’s pre-midterm policies. It doesn’t matter, though. The successes, regardless of weather they’re weak successes or wildly powerful ones are, sadly, irrelevant. So we still faced with harsh financial burdens, foreclosures, and credit card debt and no jobs, how pathetic is that!