Consider these facts before voting this year
To the Editor:
Here are four big facts that you should consider before voting.
The stimulus bill of 2009 saved and or created a net minimum of 1.9 million jobs -- a much larger amount wKHn WKHy fiJuUHG WKH HVWLmated jobs being lost at the same time. Not one Republican Congressman voted IRU WKLV ELOO. (9HULfiHG Ey WKH Congressional budget offiFH.)
Obama has not been on a spending spree for four years. He actually has kept spending within 4 percent of the amount that George W. Bush spent in his last year as president. This is YHULfiHG Ey WKH :DOO 6WUHHW Journal article of May 22, 2012.
The bulk of the $716 billion in Medicare savings came from an agreement with hospitals to charge less. They believe that they will make it up by having more insured patients under ObamaCare. This amounts to $415 billion dollars. These savings extend Medicare. Go to FactCheck.org: Medicare’s Piggy Bank.
In 2009, the IRS gave many very wealthy Americans a chance to avoid prosecution for their years of not disclosing taxable earnings in foreign bank accounts. This amnesty program would have altered their 2009 and earlier tax returns. Gov. Romney has refused to show those tax returns. Mrs. Romney has even stated, “You people don’t have to know!” You should be asking why. Go to http://www.rewardlaw.com (2009 undisclosed IRUHLJn DFFRunWV). DLG yRu know that when Mr. Romney ran for governor, he also refused to show his tax returns? To run, he had to be a resident of Massachusetts for seven years. Once elected, however, he amended some of them to change his residency from Utah to Massachusetts. You FDn finG WKLV Rn PDny wHEsites. Try www.pensitoreview.com as an example.
Honesty and integrity should be at the forefront in your mind when you select your candidate. Robert Grafton