Good Morning! We wake this morning to a solid ass thumpin’ that President Obama issued to CEO asshole boss Mitt Romney.
The President was confident, assertive, in control, human, and Presidential.
Romney was the same CEO boss full of “white male privilege” that he isn’t even aware of – just one characteristic of that personality trait.
The President was himself, a strong, assertive, self-confident, refusing to be rolled, standing up to the bully, being the Commander-in-Chief.
ROMNEY WAS THE SAME BULLY HE WAS ON THE PLAYGROUND WHEN HE HELD DOWN HIS SCHOOL MATE AND CHOPPED OFF HIS HAIR.
Romney is a bully who has casually shut down American firms, destroyed jobs, ruined American workers and their families. Romney said of course his numbers on tax cuts are right just because they’re his numbers and he is a CEO. Even though economists including conservatives say that Romney’s tax cuts and his increases in military expenses would blow out the budget.
The President rattled off his accomplishments: fighting through the economic crisis, creating jobs, rebuilding manufacturing, telling Romney he is the last person to lecture on China policy, turning Romney’s attack on Libya into an opportunity to make Romney look small and unprepared to be president.
After Romney delivered yet another lecture on traditional carbon-based energy, President Obama said he was committed to traditional sources of energy, but President Obama said we must commit to and develop green, sustainable forms of
The President made a strong pitch for contraceptives, while criticizing Romney on contraceptives and Planned Parenthood.
The President made a strong case for the Dream Act and an immigration policy while Romney sounded mean and hateful toward immigrants.
The next and last debate will be on foreign policy where the President has a very strong advantage. Obama has done so much more on terrorism than Bush ever did. Romney can only falsely accuse the President on the Libya attack.
President Obama clearly and strongly made his case for a second term.
Again. It is up to us to get out the base.
Stewart Acuff is America’s best-known and foremost labor organizer. He is the former organizing Director of the AFL-CIO. Acuff has also written two books: Playing Bigger Than You Are: A Life in Organizing, and Getting America Back to Work, coauthored by Dr. Richard Levins.