Feel Better Now? (Mitt Romney Says You Should)

April 25th, 2012

A follow-up to Beginning Again, inspired by Romney adds to delegate Tally, hammers Obama (Dan Balz and Philip Rucker, Washington Post 4/25/12 A6) and Troubled times (Harold Meyerson, Washington Post 4/25/12 A19) about how Romney’s policies don’t address America’s economic problems.

 

“Now, everybody will give lip service to this. You’ll hear a lot of folks say, yes, education is important — it’s important.  But it requires not just words but deeds. ” – President Obama yesterday inNorth Carolina

 

“To all of the thousands of good and decent Americans I’ve met who want nothing more than a better chance, a fighting chance, to all of you I have a simple message. Hold on a little longer. A better Americabegins tonight.” — Mitt Romney inNew Hampshire last night

 

“Are you better off than you were yesterday? Mitt Romney says you should be.” — what President Obama should say today

 

Thanks to Mitt Romney,America is a better place starting today

(At least that’s what he and his fellow Republicans say).

 

Of course, Mitt and his fellow Repubs haven’t actually done anything to improve your life,

So you’re forgiven if you still feel a little bit under the knife.

 

But while Romney’s words haven’t actual reality affected,

The kicker’s that he also won’t do anything to help you if he’s elected.

 

So if you think you’re better off today because of what Mitt says,

Then by all means, vote for him as Pres.

 

Republicans don’t do anything to help the 99%, so don’t forget:

Romney’s words of encouragement are all you’re gonna get.

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Here’s your theme music, Getting Better by the Beatles.

 

Here’s Romney’s speech last night in New Hampshire.

 

Here’s the President’s speech yesterday in North Carolina.

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