I have been (and continue to be) critical of both president Obama and Mitt Romney. As stated multiple times previously, I will not vote for either of them.
Obamacare will be a disaster for jobs as noted in Prepping for Obamacare, Olive Garden and Red Lobster Cut Workers' Hours; Are Other Companies Doing the same? Tip Sharing Lowers Minimum Wage; Like One, Like All?.
Zbigniew Brzezinski says Romney is 'playing around with matches' on Iran.
Mitt Romney has been talking tough on Iran lately. In an op-ed last month in the Washington Post, the all-but-certain Republican presidential nominee wrote:
It is here: Homepage
It has lots of new stuff on it. Let me especially recommend:
Jesse Rothstein: Extended unemployment insurance remains critical: "New analyses of recent data covering unemployed workers during the Great Recession...
Or more precisely, Ryanomics as interpreted by the Heritage Foundation/Center for Data Analysis.
The Tax Policy Center yesterday noted:
In last night’s debate, Mitt Romney repeated the idea that he could pay for much or all of the 20 percent rate reduction and other tax cuts in his tax plan by capping itemized deductions at $25,000.
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Democrats have been eager to paint Mitt Romney’s selection of Paul Ryan as his choice for Vice President as an assault on Medicare. Ryan’s plan “would end Medicare as we know it,” said Obama spokesman Jim Messina on Saturday. In response, I’ve noted that the Romney-Ryan plan affects no one over the age of 55, unlike Obamacare, which cuts $716 billion from Medicare over the next decade. Ezra Klein calls this feature of the Romney budget a “fantasy.” He neglects to ask: compared to what?