The Obama campaign must be listening to the program. They just tweeted the following: “I’m putting forward a practical, five-point plan to create jobs and rebuild the middle class.” So we’re gonna get some specifics now? We’re not gonna get specifics! How many years have we been hearing this? How many promises has Obama made to “create jobs and rebuild the middle class”?

And this is the point. While he makes his promises, and while he claims to have these ideas and plans, it all continues to deteriorate. “Low-Wage Workforce Grows 30% as the Number of Jobs Shrinks — Low-wage workers in Chicago are better educated, older and rely more on that income these days to meet basic needs than 10 years ago.” Again: “Low-wage workers in Chicago are better educated,” because they’re formerly middle class, “older … And there are substantially more of them.”

People are leaving the middle class and slipping downward. There is no upward mobility. There is no growth. There is nobody improving. Oh, an individual here and there, but I’m talking about the whole country. There’s no growth. Obama isn’t doing anything for anybody. “Household Incomes Fall in August, Off 8.2% Under Obama.” This is a story from Investor’s Business Daily. “In another sign that the economic recovery under President Obama is not producing gains for average Americans, median household incomes fell” another 1.1% in August.

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