Thursday, May 10, 2012


ACTUALLY, President Obama is off and running on his campaign for his second term in the White House.  In Ohio, several days ago, he told us that his work is "unfinished.  He told us that he still has things to do and he won't be satisfied until he accomplishes more.

The economy needs more time to recover, but great strides have been made in that direction.  According to Politico, the economy added 115,00 jobs in April, could be more but still a positive, and the unemployment rate fell to 8.1%.   Among other issues he is concerned about the middle class Americans in our country.  He believes that higher education, improved infrastructure and clean energy will strengthen the economy and help the middle class Americans find a way to climb up the ladder to greater success. The President told the crowd in Ohio that Mitt Romney would set back the middle class by supporting deep cuts in Federal spending, big tax cuts for the wealthy, and the repeal of Obamacare.  Obama is tying Romney to Republicans in Congress and believes that Romney would actually rubber-stamp the Congressional agenda that is in place.   Mitt Romney can absolutely not get that chance!  That's why President Obama is running for a second term.

The American public seem to forget that when President Obama took office he followed the Bush-Cheney mess, who spent billions of dollars on the war in Iraq chasing after "weapons of mass destruction" that was proven were not there; the housing bubble burst which left many homeowners under water or had their homes foreclosed on by big banks; and millions of jobs were lost. And don't forget the financial meltdown of 2008.  Just time in for Obama's first year as President.

Now American soldiers are being brought back from Iraq.  The American auto industry is recovering, after  Mitt Romney said "Let Detroit go broke".  Osama bin Laden is dead and no longer a threat to America.  The President has pledged that the war in Afghanistan will be over by 2014.

We can't stop now - President Obama has to finish his campaign promises.