(CNN) - Neither Mitt Romney nor Barack Obama has any public campaign events Monday. Romney will visit his Boston headquarters before heading to Atlanta for a private fund-raiser.
Obama will participate in interviews with local TV anchors, most of whom broadcast in battleground states: Virginia, Florida, Iowa, Wisconsin, Colorado, and Nevada. He will also speak with anchors in Democratic California and Republican South Carolina.
Dollar is getting stronger and stronger is a good sign, while gas is falling down,. At least we are not shipping jobs to china, India etc is good sign,. Yes on Obama 2012.
Mitt Romney made it pretty clear on Friday what he thinks is wrong with the economy. He blasted Pres. Obama's proposals to stop layoffs of teachers, firefighters, policeman, public sector infrastructure as a whole. Romney said he wants "smaller goverment" and cited those types of jobs as examples.
He expressed the idea that the more teachers and police officers that we have means lower profits for investors. The sad part is that he's right. Many investors make their profits off of tax dollars. When Bain Capital takes millions out of a company, leaving their pension fund underfunded to the point where it needs a bailout, then those profits came from tax dollars. Fewer public sector workers means a bigger slice of the tax dollar is available for profit.