Somebody in President Barack Obama’s administration should go back through the files, pull those old dusty speeches from the past five years, dump them on his old and dusty desk, and just simply say, you’ve been there, done that, it didn’t work then, and it won’t work now. Somebody needs to tell him, we can’t go back to spending projects for the middle class.
To put this insanity into perspective, first, Washington allow corporations to hold off on implementing the not so affordable heath care, while they won’t even consider allowing the middle class to hold off going bankrupt purchasing and maintaining it. Secondly, they are offering cuts to the corporate tax rate.
For five years, the president has been promoting jobs creation and is very proud of creating only part time work, which by now, the middle class is also throw into that equation. For five years Obama pranced around like a dope dealing peacock, handing out free pipes and a pinch of crack, just to get newcomers hooked and retain their business. The media call it kook-Aid, middle class America is calling it a damn shame.
For five years, the middle class has been waiting for their tax breaks, while watching their incomes dwindle down to social services status, while at the same time, watching the cost of living increase due to crippling policies that’s by design is to stagnate growth in the middle class.
Now Obama, who is comfortable with letting them down is really starting to pimp their continuing slide from prosperity to the rank and file of the very thing they worked so hard to get away from, the inner city and it’s ghettos. This 2014 campaign national tour really ought to insult the average intelligence of the middle class.
In a nutshell, the president is offering reduced revenue, while proposing to spend more. How is that even possible? Well, let’s see. It’s only possible if you forego the job creation, which will only be temporary, as well as, part time and only concentrate on building that socialist block party that will hopefully become supporters.
When was the last time mainstream media ventured out into a middle class neighborhood and asked, what has Obama done for them lately? That long huh.