During his victory speech in Wisconsin, Mitt Romney said that President Obama was “out of touch.” Uh-huh…
He went on to say that the President was anti-business and that was why the economy was so bad, as the economy was nothing but a basket of successful businesses. Assuming he’s referring to the GDP as the measure of the economy, his definition is only partially correct, but that’s besides the point. Since Obama became president:
* the GDP is growing
* the DOW has doubled since it’s low in 2008
* the rate of job loss has reversed and unemployment is dropping
* General Motors, which would have collapsed without Obama’s help, reported on the same day as the primary that U.S. sales in March were up 12%.
Doesn’t sound like the President is too anti-business to me.