As 2012 continues and the presidential election campaign begins to really ratchet up, is our nation’s economy really beginning to improve?
Unemployment remains high, foreclosures on homes are continuing and mortgage and credit card rates continue to climb, as do prices on everything from food to gas. Whoever does win the presidential election this November will have his work cut out for him, and the American people want to see tangible and long-lasting, positive results — not more political gerrymandering, as has been the case for the last four years.
Also, our politicians in Congress need to get their act together and do the jobs they were elected by the American people to do — and to do them honestly and to the best of their ability, which means they need to actually work.
©2012 Community News Group
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