So, everything's going well enough to fund the non-union Delphi pensions for those that have already retired again, right?I am from Michigan. I lost my job when Bush was President. I ended up losing everything. We built a plant in China where a lot of our manufacturing jobs went. Our CEO then, said that they were building cities of empty buildings for companies to move there. Then came President Obama, and I got my job back, after I did not have one. We are working overtime with no 40 hours in sight. Our CEO a few months ago said that despite what you hear on the news, the economy is getting better. Just this week, I heard from our Engineering manager that we are getting so much work that we don't have enough resources to keep up. We are filling up for next year too. As we buy things with the money that we earn, it creates jobs for people to make those things, which create more jobs, and on and on. My job is in the AUTO INDUSTRY, if Romney were President, I still would not be working and there would be NO SAFETY NET.
President Obama is working for the middle class and I can say that it working you have to give it is more time or we are going to be back in the BUSH years.
Remember I am the 47% that Romney talks about.
For some reason, everyone in the middle class isn't getting a benefit from Obama. Just ask the people who retired from Delphi.
How about it? If everythings so good, how about restoring the Delphi pensions like the unions that were continually funded while the non-union Delphi pensions were cut?
Yup. That's a middle-class f**k*ng from Obama, right?