Skip to comments.Voters Expect Economy to Improve With Romney as President
Posted on 09/28/2012 5:03:38 AM PDT by GonzoII
For months Mitt Romney has focused his presidential campaign around the failing economy and his message seems to be resonating with voters. A new Rasmussen Report shows voters expect the economy to get better if Mitt Romney wins in November.
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that only 34% of Likely U.S. Voters think the economy is likely to get better if President Obama is reelected and Democrats regain full control of Congress, marking little change from early July when the two sides ran nearly even. By comparison, 43% now believe the economy is likely to improve if Romney wins and the GOP is in charge of Congress. That’s up seven points from 36% in the previous survey.
Sixty-two percent (62%) are more pessimistic about the economic impact if the president and his party in Congress win the election, with 41% who expect the economy to get worse and 21% who say it will stay about the same.
Fifty-two percent (52%) paint a similar picture if the Republican challenger wins and the GOP takes over Congress, including 37% who think the economy is likely to worsen and 15% who feel it will stay about the same.
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We have reality and then we have the enemedia and their allies in satan.
obama says there are 2 TRILLION DOLLARS sitting on the sidelines, waiting for him to be gone. He wants people to think that business men have this money sidelined because they want obama to fail.
This money, IF it exists, is sidelined because business dont take bad bets, and that is what they think investing in the obama economy is.
Let me give an analogy that obama voters, lots of them, can understand better. Lets say there is a guy, he says that IF you will invest 10 grand, he’ll go buy REEFER, and transport it back to your town, and sell it. You can double your money in a week. the thing is though, this guy has been busted many times before, the cops watch him like a hawk, and you are afraid he’ll get caught, and YOU will lose your 10 grand.
THAT is the same way that business people feel about investing in the obama economy. obama has the same record of FAILURE that this guy has, and business people aint in it to lose money.
obama says two trillion dollars are on the sidelines waiting for him to be gone. IF Romney wins, this money will come FLOODING in, and start to lift the economy I think, the day after he becomes the official president elect. TWO TRILLION is MORE dollars that the stimulus, and with and added benefit, of NOT having to be judged as beneficial to dim-0s in an election, before it can be spent, it will go directly into the economy with one purpose, TO MAKE MONEY, and JOBS will come with it.
That two trillion will begin the real stimulus!
I wouldn’t doubt that there is a LOT of money being kept out of the economy, held in reserve, because they can’t justify throwing it down the toilet.
And, yes, when Romney is elected, this money will free up.
However, watch out, because once the money starts moving, all that “QE” money will start moving as well, and inflation here we come!
Romney will get the private sector going again which means more jobs which means more taxes which helps the public sector. Obama will give us four more years of stroking his chin and musing on the effect of Choom on foreign policy.
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