Monday, June 11, 2012

Barack Obama - #3960 - VIDEO: New Romney Ad Hits Obama on 'Fine Private Sector' - The Blaze (2) The U.S. Economy by the Numbers: 70 Facts that Barack Obama Does Not Want You to See - The Economic Collapse

Barack Obama - 'The Private Sector is Doing Fine' - The Blaze - 27,007 views - Presumptive GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney hit back President Barack Obama’s “the private sector is doing fine” remark with a scathing web ad on Sunday featuring eight people who are anything but. The 54-second spot describes job loss, personal bankruptcy, a two-year job hunt, loss of pension and more. “We’ve seen layoffs, cutbacks,” one woman says. “When it‘s all said and done I’m making $200 a month,” a man says. The ad closes with the words, “No, Mr. President, we are not doing fine.”

The U.S. Economy by the Numbers: 70 Facts That Barack Obama Does Not Want You to See - The Economic Collapse - Why is the economy going to collapse? Have you ever been asked that question? If so, what did you say? Sometimes it is difficult to communicate dozens of complicated economic and financial concepts in a package that the average person on the street can easily digest. It can be very frustrating to know that something is true but not be able to explain it clearly to someone else. Hopefully many of you out there will find the list below useful. It is a list of 70 numbers that show why we are headed for a national economic nightmare. So why does the title of the article single out Barack Obama? Well, it is because right now he is the biggest cheerleader for the economy. He is attempting to convince all of us that everything is just fine and that the economy is heading in a positive direction. Well, the truth is that everything is not fine and things are about to get a whole lot worse.............Well, if you know someone that believes that the U.S. economy is going to be "just fine", just show them the list below. The following are 70 facts that Barack Obama does not want you to see....
$3.59 - When Barack Obama entered the White House, the average price of a gallon of gasoline was $1.85. Today, it is $3.59. 22 - It is hard to believe, but today the poverty rate for children living in the United States is a whopping 22 percent.  Read the remaining facts about the economy......

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