OBAMA2012: Another term featuring Barack Obama and Joe Biden, the far-Left Democrats, will bring us even more of the same miserable failings we've watched for the past several years. Democrats have submitted NO BUDGET since 2009 (Obama did send over a budget; it was laughed out of both Houses of Congress, by both political Parties: it was an embarrassment). There's no Democratic - Obama budget or plan, folks. Just rhetoric designed to manipulate frantic voters.
What we have in Barack Obama is a simplistic nirvana-dreamer who has offered no clear path to a sustainable future; he's good for a speech with vague promises, laden with amorphous, feel-good words (recall 'HOPE' and 'CHANGE'?) that are designed to attract voters who have no depth of field. His economic plans and policies are proven to be vaporware.
So, the American people must take a hard look at the two economic plans. They must study the budgets (well, there's only one budget on the table), and understand the economic paths both teams present. If the People of this Republic can ignore the Community Organizer's vaporware and amorphisms, and study and understand the hard facts that are the economic realities we face, then the choice is clear.
*Last December, Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) announced that he was joining with Ryan to propose a budget and entitlement reform plan. Romney brought up Wyden's name at his third rally of the day in Manassas, referencing that joint plan as the sign of Ryan's commitment to preserve Medicare.
"The president's put out a plan on Medicare. He would cut spending $700 billion," Romney said to a raucous crowd that the campaign estimated at 8,000. "Paul Ryan and Sen. Wyden said, 'No, we need to restore, retain and protect Medicare.' That's what our party will do."