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Obama Touts That “His Plan Is Working” – But Working For Who?

Speaking at a fundraiser in California on Monday night, President Obama touted his economic policies, saying ”we tried our plan — and it worked,” The Washington Examiner reports. At the same time, Obama dismissed presumptive GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s proposed tax cuts and spending cuts as the same Bush-style “top down” economic policy that have failed in the past.

“That’s the difference. That’s the choice in this election. That’s why I’m running for a second term.” here

Obama’s “plan” did work – the “fundamental transformation of America” . . . .  into a poverty ridden, welfare dependent, socialist state, where more and more ‘capital’ is managed by government elites.

We have the highest poverty rate in fifty (50) years with Obama’s “plan”.

We have unemployment at depression era numbers – 11% or higher.

We have more people on Welfare, Unemployment and Food Stamps than ever in our history.

Obama’s plan of transformation is coming into full bloom.

But our Marxist leader didn’t want to tell the people in the ‘fly over zone’  about his diabolical  plan in 2008.  He would tell us that his plan would be bad for American values, personal productive and presumptive hope of growth and prosperity for our future.

If THIS is what Obama wants to redefine as a”working” Democrat plan for America, may God have mercy on his failures.

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This entry was posted on July 25, 2012 by in Politics and tagged , , , , , , , .

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