President Obama got in his bus that was mostly made in Canada and began a two-day “Betting on America” tour. The bad news is he’s been betting with our cash and credit, if he wins his cronies get the money, and if he loses our kids and grandkids get the bill.
He’ll make three stops on Thursday in small towns in Ohio: Maumee, Sandusky, and Parma where he will speak with voters about his accomplishments in his three years in office, including the bailout of the auto industry.
“The President will also talk with voters in their communities about the choice in this election – whether we want to grow our economy from the middle out, not the top town,” the Obama campaign released in a statement. “The President is rebuilding an economy meant to last – one that restores middle class security by investing in education, energy, innovation and infrastructure and reforms the tax code – steps which will create American jobs, responsibly pay down our debt and ensure everyone – from Wall Street to Main Street – plays by the same rules and pays their fair share.”
Coming from the same guy who bet on Solyndra and the stimulus, this doesn’t give me much confidence.
And now, a dramatic re-enactment of Obama betting on America (h/t @IowaHawkBlog):