Skip to comments.5 Claims... All False
Posted on 10/10/2012 6:33:35 PM PDT by Alex Baker
The unreported story that upsets me the most!
Obamas campaign speeches regularly contain the claims that:
1.Bushs tax cuts and de-regulation caused the recession, 2.Obama stopped the second Great Depression, 3.His policies are working, 4.A very slow recovery was inevitable, and 5.No one could have done any better.
Investors Business Daily columnist, John Merline, shows that these claims are false.
I am unable to transfer the chart - which is a must see in 5 claims - all false, Here: http://www.realitybatslast.com/2012/10/10/5-claims-all-false/
The housing bubble, created primarily by government mandated easy loans for people who had little prospect of making payments, created the collapse. Actually, a community agitator in Chicago, named Obama, had worked to increase the number of these loans. Banks were threatened. Later, regulators for President Bush, made many attempts to rein in the insane lending practices, warning of the disaster ahead. They were rebuffed and even ridiculed by Democrats like Barney Frank. The party who now blames lack of regulation, actually fought the regulators.
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PS: Can anyone tell me why I am unable to copy and paste the picture/graph insert?
The GOP really hasn’t done a good job of countering the lie that the Bush tax cuts caused the recession. I guess Romney doesn’t want to be seen defending Bush, but he could at least attack the absurd claim that marginal tax rate cuts caused the meltdown.
With the original page in your browser, begin highlighting the last letter of the word of the sentence above the image, and drag your cursor down until the image is highlighted.
Then with the image still highlighted, right click on the highlighted area, then click on 'view selection source' - a window will pop up, scroll the window down and to the left and you'll see the link to the image highlighted. Right click on the highlighted information and click copy.
Past the result in a notepad window then copy the portion with the (Note, this is info if you are using Firefox browser, it might be a bit different with other browsers, but should be close.)
should have said past the img src info into your post and then test to see if it displays. The img src is between angle brackets.
I tweeted this to a couple Romney campaign people last week. I saw the original article and found it to be the best, most comprehensible piece demolishing the Obama reelection campaign on the economy I’ve ever seen. It was incredible.
This is basically just a recap piece of the original.