Obama Claims ‘We Got Back Every Dime’ of Bailout Money on Same Day CBO Reports $24B Loss… – CNS News “President Barack Obama said on Thursday that ‘we got back every dime we used to rescue the financial system.’ … The Congressional Budget Office–based on figures from Obama’s own Office of Management and Budget—gives a different assessment. According to the Congressional Budget Office, however, the government will lose about $24 billion. ….” More misinformation and non-truths!
Coal Miners Ask Obama to Stop ‘Absolute Lies’ – Herald Star “Coal miners at the American Energy Corp. Century Mine said they want President Barack Obama to stop what they term the war on coal – and to stop spreading mistruths about them. Miners gathered Friday afternoon to express their opposition to Obamas energy and environmental policies, which they believe threaten their jobs.”
Fundamental Economic Requirements for Our Next President – Charles R. Schwab for Forbes “Today, our fundamental problem is a lack of economic growth and no attention to the incentives that can re-ignite it. The test for deciding who should be our next President is who understands that and will put the pieces in place to solve it. Our economy, job prospects, investments and retirement plans will get substantial help by picking the growth candidate. Which candidate has the record to arrive at the big decisions and incentivize growth? Mitt Romney supports all of the growth-generating measures I have outlined above. If economic growth is what we need—and I believe it is—he is the right choice.”
Romney, Obama Campaigns Concerned about Crowley’s Role as Moderator – Yahoo “Now, according to Time magazine, the campaigns of both GOP challenger Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama have expressed concern over how CNN’s Candy Crowley, the moderator of Tuesday’s town hall debate in Hempstead, N.Y., is approaching her role. In an interview on the news network on Oct. 5, Crowley said she would not be afraid to ask follow-up questions if necessary. … The campaigns sent a memo to the Commission on Presidential Debates claiming they were under the impression that the moderator would play a limited role in the debate’s town hall format, as the commission announced in July.”Print This Post Send To A Friend