Romney economy didn't work while he was Governor and it won't today,
Posted in the Roseville Forum
#1 Jun 1, 2012
Romney wants to continue with George W. Bush tax plan ,romney is a rich republicans who only wants to help the rich..and screw the working and poor,sick,children,and the old..
HAVE YOU NOT HAD ENOUGHT OF THE REPUBLICAN PLAN? OBAMA HAS MADE JOBS 27 MONTHS WITHOUT ANY HELP FROM ANY REPUBLICAN,IS THIS WHAT YOU WANT?
Also using the church to gain support ,so the republicans get it all and the middle class gets nothing,with most churches help.God and Jesus did NOT help the very Rich..
And abortions and gays have been going on thousnads of years and No law will stop either.
Mitt Romney talks a lot about his time as a corporate buyout specialist, but you know what we don't hear very much about?
Do YOU REMEMBER THE MIDDLE CLASS AMERICAN? VOTE DEMOCRAT IN NOV.2012.FOR IT AGAIN.
His experience as governor of Massachusetts.
That may be because he made promises to the people of his state during his '02 campaign that sound an awful lot like the ones he's making to the country today -- and he failed to deliver on them.
Just like now, he claimed his success in the private sector meant he'd be able to create jobs, cut taxes, and bring down the debt. He did the opposite.
We need you to spread the word about Romney Economics -- what it meant for the people of Massachusetts, and what it would mean for all Americans if he were elected president.
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Even as the rest of the country was enjoying a brightening economy, during Romney's term, Massachusetts plummeted to 47th out of 50 states in job creation; manufacturing jobs declined at twice the national average; and for the first time since 1995, its unemployment rate was above the national average.
Long-term debt ballooned by more than $2.6 billion -- leaving the people of Massachusetts with the highest per capita debt of any state in the nation. State spending increased every single year, and Romney raised taxes and fees by $750 million per year -- leading to a higher state and local tax burden of $1,200 for every Bay Stater. Over his term, fees at public colleges skyrocketed by 63 percent, and during his first year, K-12 schools saw the second-largest percentage cuts, per student, in the nation.
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