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President Obama is taking a balanced approach to cutting the deficit without sacrificing investments needed to grow the economy and create jobs

President Obama’s plan would help grow the economy for the long term by investing in education, small businesses, clean energy, infrastructure, and tax cuts for companies that bring jobs back to the U.S.

President Obama is calling on millionaires and billionaires to pay their fair share, and believes no family earning less than $250,000 should face higher taxes

President Obama responsibly ended the war in Iraq, is bringing our troops home from Afghanistan, and will use half the savings to reduce the deficit

President Obama has improved Medicare by adding benefits like free mammograms, is closing the “donut hole” and saving seniors an average of $600 a year on prescription drugs, and extending Medicare’s life by eight years

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Mitt Romney wants to reward the wealthiest with even more tax breaks, and opposes asking the wealthiest to pay their fair share – though paying for his tax plan would require raising middle class taxes

Mitt Romney’s plan would add $5 trillion in tax cuts skewed to the rich, either increasing the deficit or requiring tax increases on the middle-class

Mitt Romney would slash middle class investments like education, Social Security, and Medicare

Mitt Romney criticized the end of the Iraq war as “tragic,” and has offered no plan to bring our troops home from Afghanistan

Mitt Romney would let Medicare go bankrupt by the end of his first term, and then turn it into a voucher

 

do you agree with those statements?

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President Obama is taking a balanced approach to cutting the deficit without sacrificing investments needed to grow the economy and create jobs how?? hes added more debt to our country than all other presidents combined

President Obama?s plan would help grow the economy for the long term by investing in education' date=' small businesses, clean energy, infrastructure, and tax cuts for companies that bring jobs back to the U.S.[b'] translation: more wasteful spending with borrowed money from china [/b]

President Obama is calling on millionaires and billionaires to pay their fair share, and believes no family earning less than $250,000 should face higher taxes The folks in the top tax bracket already pay more taxes than the rest of us combined

President Obama responsibly ended the war in Iraq, is bringing our troops home from Afghanistan, and will use half the savings to reduce the deficit the only reason he was able to bring our troops home from iraq was due to the successful plan that Bush enacted that he himself rejected

President Obama has improved Medicare by adding benefits like free mammograms, is closing the ?donut hole? and saving seniors an average of $600 a year on prescription drugs, and extending Medicare?s life by eight years more spending with money we dont have borrowed from china

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I'm not challenging your opinions on this one. I mostly agree, I just wanted to know what you think

 

Maybe in a second term he would execute some master plan, but it could be more of the same, I guess you'll vote for Mitt, given that he is the only other option?

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I'm not challenging your opinions on this one. I mostly agree' date=' I just wanted to know what you think

 

Maybe in a second term he would execute some master plan, but it could be more of the same, I guess you'll vote for Mitt, given that he is the only other option?[/quote']

 

I am not holding my breath Mitt will be a good president, not in the least. If anything, he will be more of a status quo of Bush 2 - but I hope I am wrong.

 

Historically speaking, most second terms are generally worse than the first. So, let your imagination run wild.....

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