Economics M, W
My Presidential Debates Response
In the presidential debates between Mitt Romney and President Barack Hussein Obama have many key points that they both have to argue. One way or another they are going to have to deal with a lot of tough issues. Obama is about rising Education, training, new sources of energy. Mitt is on the Energy for the most part, also championing “small business”. Mitt wants growth and he thinks small business is best for that. They both in a way have no idea what’s really going on, all they can do is take commander and start spending money on anything and everything. Most of all the debates are just arguing, “who said”, or “I never said that”. The Bottom line is we need to go from deficit to surplus, Most people don’t even know what this means and I personally believe it is time for a new change in presidency. President Obama spent more money than every president combined and he has been in office only 4 years. They are similar in many aspects but they lie about one another just to do it. Romney says Obama is going to “cut taxes for rich”, which happens to be untrue says Obama, and Obama says Romney is calling for a $5 trillion tax cut with $2 trillion in military. To even make these false remarks about one another is absurd. They both deny and still say the same sentences lashing back and forth at one another.
I personally think the debates are a waist of time because the economy is at a stand still and not rising fast by any means. Social Security, taxes, health care is just a touchy subject for many older voters because they depend on it. There is way too much to talk about to write in an essay so that’s why I think I talk about the key points. This can tie up with economics because it is a circular flow of money, just like we went over in Economics class. One way or another we get money to spend money. In President Obama’s case he just makes money, re-opens failing businesses and spends more...