Well, Romney is out there making speeches and spreading that "crock" and "BS. Certainly not a good way to go after the Indy vote.
ROMNEY: "It was an extraordinary success. Back at that time, then Senator Obama was opposed to putting work together with welfare. Now he's president, and just a few days ago he put that original intent in place. With a very careful executive action he removed the requirement of work from welfare."
Former Speaker Newt Gingrich today made the following statement on President Obamas dismantling of bipartisan welfare reforms:
As an architect of the historic and bipartisan 1996 welfare reform bill, I am disturbed and angered that the Obama administration is undoing the acts central concept of a welfare-to-work requirement. The hugely successful reform saved billions for taxpayers.
More importantly, it began to dismantle the culture of dependency that welfare had fostered: two out of three people on welfare went to work or went to school. The Presidents decision to cater to the radical left wing of his party and undo welfare reform is one more reason why it is critical to defeat him at the polls this November.
Last week the Obama White House admitted the removal of the requirement of work from welfare. They blamed republican governors for requesting that it be removed.
Reading is hard, yes. But I'm willing to read what you have that proves Romney is spewing "crock" and BS" about Obama and Welfare Reform.
It would indeed be the first thing Obama did NOT do wrong if you can provide the reading material here.
Obama, believe it or not, is giving more power to the states in this case. A fairly unbiased review is here:
People need to read the actual order.