Skip to comments.Obama Economic Policies Exposed
Posted on 10/06/2012 11:16:18 AM PDT by Starman417
Democrat/liberal/progressive (a very pejorative term) readers, when reading the following facts, will say See without thinking about the consequences for their favorite economic policy-maker, President Barack Hussein Hubris kill list Obama. What are these facts? I thought yall would never ask.
According to a September 12, 2012, Census Bureau report:
See, only the rich saw an income increase, and income inequality rose as well, the Democrat/liberal/progressives will loudly proclaim.
But these figures present a very real problem for Obama and his minions. These figures are the direct opposite of what Obama promised his economic policies would produce when he ran for president in 2008. Obama promised that he would build prosperity from the bottom up. In March 2008, at Cooper Union University in NYC, Obama said, Ive put forward a series of proposals that will foster economic growth from the bottom up.
And in June 2008, in Raleigh, NC, Obama said, in America, our prosperity has always risen from the bottom-up, and that we must choose between more of the same policies that have widened inequality, added to our debt, or policies that will restore balance to our economy; that will invest in the ingenuity and innovation of our people; that will fuel a bottom-up prosperity.
Obama, in his 2009 budget, said his policies would bring about bottom-up growth that empowers hardworking families to climb the ladder of success.
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What budget? We have not seen an annual budget since 2006! A point that Romney needs to let the American people know, well you know, since the LSM never has or will until a Republican controlled Senate and/or White House doesn't submit one on time.
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