In Republican vernacular, returning to the “old ways” is “taking our country back;” but back to what? If the subject is the economy, it is back to Bush-era economic policies that are wildly popular with conservative mainstream media, but still not austere and severe enough for the Koch brothers.
Made in the United States. We thought we had kissed those sweet words goodbye when manufacturing production and investment stagnated from 2000-2010, as millions of jobs were lost to offshoring labor.
By blocking the workforce’s efforts at creating a works council at the Chattanooga plant, Republicans also blocked VW expansion for Tennessee and the entire southern United States.
Romney jumped the lie shark with his new ad. The press is not impressed and they are calling Romney out on it. Here’s a roundup of reaction.
Manufacturing companies based in the United States are realizing an increase in demand for their products and want to expand, but the banking sector won’t loan them money for expansion.
If the country continues on Obama’s path of investment in manufacturing and infrastructure, it is expected that economy recovery will speed up and grow.
Here are eight lies being used to prop up ‘right to work’ laws popping up in Republican governed states all over the country.