Tag Archive | Economy

Boehner On Jobs, Debt Limit, And The Economy


Earlier today, Speaker John Boehner spoke to the Peter G. Peterson Foundation’s 2012 Fiscal Summit. Here’s a few of the highlights of his plan from the Speaker’s website, along with commentary, of course (emphasis in original):

In remarks this afternoon to the Peter G. Peterson Foundation’s Annual Fiscal Summit, House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) will renew his commitment to the principle he set forth at the Economic Club of New York one year ago – noting that the debt limit exists to force Washington to deal with its fiscal problems, and that any increase in the nation’s debt limit must be accompanied by spending cuts and reforms larger than the amount of the debt limit hike.

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Poll: 51% Trust Romney On Economic Issues, 39% Trust Obama


This is why Obama is suddenly attacking Romney on his time at Bain:

A new national telephone survey finds that 51% of Likely U.S. Voters trust Romney more than Obama when it comes the economy, while 39% trust the president more. Ten percent (10%) are undecided. (To see survey question wording, click here.)

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Jon Lovitz Speaks Out About Tax The Rich


Strong language warning, Jon Lovitz really doesn’t care for Obama’s rhetoric about tax the rich, and he admits that he’s a Democrat and voted for Obama:

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Rasmussen: More Believe The Economy Is Getting Worse Than Believe It’s Getting Better


More bad news for the Obama campaign, and a good explanation of why they’re trying to talk about anything except Obama’s economic record.

Thirty-six percent (36%) of all adult consumers now believe the U.S. economy is getting better while 46% believe it is getting worse. Those results are a bit weaker than results from just before the jobs report.

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Mission Impossible: Obama Trying To Recapture 2008 Campaign


Desperation, thy name is Barack Obama:

If there is ever a moment when President Obama needed to capture the vintage version of himself, it is Saturday’s campaign rallies in swing state Ohio and Virginia.

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Rasmussen: More Are Conservative On Money Than “Liberal”


More bad news for the Obama camp from Rasmussen:

Forty-three percent (43%) of Likely U.S. Voters consider themselves conservative when it comes to issues such as taxes, government spending and business regulation, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey. Nearly as many (40%) say they are fiscal moderates, but just 13% call themselves fiscally liberal.

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Salazar Clueless On Gas Prices


Gas may be pricey (and getting more pricey by the day), but a statement like this one is priceless:

Department of Interior Secretary Ken Salazar said that “no one knows” if gasoline prices in the United States will reach $9 per gallon, and acknowledged that the possibility is outside his control.

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