I can’t figure out if this is a clever, Emperor-Has-No-Clothes, campaign strategy or delusion on the part of the Obama White House. First David Axelrod tells Fox that the:
“…choice is between an economy that produces a growing middle class, that gives people a chance to get ahead, gives their kids a chance to get ahead and an economy that continues down the road we’re on.”
Uh, yeah. And that makes me want to vote for Romney because the road we’re on – high unemployment, high inflation, and overwhelming regulation – bites.
I thought it was just a case of poorly chosen words, but then yesterday in Detroit, Obama said roughly the same thing:
“…in just three years, because of what you did in 2008, we’ve begun to see what change looks like. We’ve begun to see it.”
Does Obama think if he tells us we’re in great shape enough, the majority of Americans will deny their lying eyes and believe it? Or does he really think he’s changed things for the better?
Be afraid. Be very afraid.