Green Bay Press-Gazette: "We Recommend Romney For President" four years later, the economy hasnít rebounded. In fact, some say itís worse, with high unemployment numbers, a trillion-dollar deficit, an even bigger national debt and uncertainty in the business...
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We Recommend Romney For President
Green Bay Press-Gazette
Four years ago, when Barack Obama was elected president, he campaigned on a message of hope and change.
Many hoped he could bring change for a nation weary of two wars, a nation beset by a mortgage crisis and Wall Street scandal, and, most importantly, a nation whose economic future was so uncertain that massive government bailouts were needed.
However, four years later, the economy hasnít rebounded. In fact, some say itís worse, with high unemployment numbers, a trillion-dollar deficit, an even bigger national debt and uncertainty in the business world over the future of our economy. Poverty has increased, the median household income has dropped, and some have given up looking for work.
This nation cannot wait four more years to see if Obamaís policies will work. It needs to turn to someone who has a proven track record in the business community and will offer the steady hand to a teetering economy.
For that reason, the Green Bay Press-Gazette is endorsing Republican candidate Mitt Romney, who we believe is the best choice to turn around the U.S. economy. We believe the Republican candidateís experience as CEO of Bain Capital, governor of Massachusetts and work with the Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City will be assets to turning around the economy..
Romneyís five-point jobs proposal looks to strengthen the middle class by creating 12 million jobs in his first term. Romney aims to reach this ambitious goal by achieving energy independence by 2020, expanding trade, improving education, cutting the deficit and helping small businesses.
Romney proposes 20 percent cuts in the marginal tax rate for individuals, which would reduce the top bracket from 35 to 28 percent, and cut the corporate tax rate from 35 to 28 percent. He would get rid of the death tax and the Alternative Minimum Tax. He would eliminate taxes on interest, dividends and capital gains for those earning less than $200,000.
Romney would cut the deficit with smaller government and addressing the national debt. The deficit was at $1.09 trillion as of Sept. 30, according to the Congressional Budget Office, which is a slight drop from the $1.3 trillion deficit Obama faced when he took office. He had pledged in February 2009 to ďcut the deficit we inherited in half by the end of my first term in office.Ē
Despite all this, we canít we canít ignore the state of the economy today. It is the overriding factor in peopleís lives. How they pay for health care, how they pay for their mortgage, how they pay the bills, how they pay for retirement are all chief concerns that need to be answered. They are concerns that cut across are classes and are paramount in deciding who should be in the White House.
How long can Obama blame his predecessor for the current financial woes without taking any responsibility for some of the