Originally Posted by Direckshun
He addressed both points, for what it's worth. At least in a way.
1. He took the unemployment rate head on. He address the fact that 1/3 of unemployment is a result of a mismatch in the talents of available workers and available jobs. A trend that should right itself in a couple years.
Why didn't we have this terrible issue prior to 9/2008? Anyway, I guess Obama's people were way off when they said the stimulus that wasn't as shovel ready as Obama thought would keep unemployment under 8.0%.
2. Didn't really take the debt question head on under Obama's watch.
He did expose the Romney/Ryan campaign as frauds on the issue, however. Their suggested budget takes the current deficit we have now and further explodes it.
His speech was pretty ****ing detailed.
Not as fast as Obama's does.
But nice to know that Clinton can make a good case for getting Obama re-elected so we can have four more years like the last four years.