Republicans just don't get it. Enacting Republican solutions will do the same for the country as in 1929, which preceded and precipitated the Great Depression. Having learned nothing from the stock market crash and their own bank failures in 2008 that put us into a severe recession, the wealthy (Romney) fully intend to keep taking more for themselves at our expense.
Romney and his GOP colleagues continue to blame President Obama for our current economic situation. The Democrats have provided health care reforms that will help people, not drug and insurance companies. He has written policies that help students deal with the cost of college (Pell Grants and Stafford Loans, which Republicans want to eliminate). He has compromised the GOP on smaller government work force, tax cuts, individual healthcare mandate and education reforms. Let us not forget that under Democrat Bill Clinton's leadership in eight years, he was responsible for creating more private-sector jobs than the last three Republican presidents did in their combined 20 years in the White House.
The choice will be clear in November. Do we want a president who fights for the middle class or a CEO who will support the profit-calculating mindset of big corporations and Wall Street?
This election year, before Romney and the Republicans tell us what they're going to do, let them explain and defend what they did the last time before Obama took office.