Mitt Romney: « Barack Obama can’t defend his failed record »

Mitt Romney, Barack Obama’s challenger, is campaigning for in United States of America. According to him and his supporters, there is no way to let the president-candidate Barack Obama run for the second term. All the ads are showing that Obama has failed.

The ads are recurrent showing that president Obama has a failed record. According to the republicans, during the reign of Obama, taxes were raised on working families 21 times as income declined by more than $4.500. They argue that nearly 1 in 6 Americans are living in poverty and nearly 47 million Americans receive food stamps.

It is also portrayed in the ads that 23 million Americans are unemployed, underemployed, or have given up looking for work. In the other hand, Mitt Romney is making the promise to help create 12 million new jobs, higher take-home pay and a brighter future for the middle class.

They use to say with Obama, it is all about “more borrowing, more spending and more debt”. The republicans are then looking forward to “bring America back from the fiscal cliff”. This will be done by immediately cut spending and end Obama era of big government; building stronger economic ties in Latin America and creating a Reagan Economic Zone to strengthen free enterprise around the world.

Mitt Romney intends to end “Obamacare“ and replace it with “common-sense” health care reform. Mitt Romney and his vice-president Paul Ryan also want to demand China to play by the rules.

The republicans in their ads also promise to increase access to domestic energy resources, eliminate regulations destroying the coal industry and approve the keystone XL pipeline.

For now, efforts are being made for Americans to go out and vote.

 Sylvio Combey, in Chicago

This trip to the USA was made with the support of American Embassy in Lome and the US Foreign Press Center. The article dos not necessary reflect their point of view


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