24 Jul 2013 reply




Washington, you’re like a broken record.

You just keep going on and on and on about the same old things.

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And NOTHING ever changes. It’s just the same tired message, reinvented in some way.

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Don’t get us wrong, we’re looking forward to the president’s speech today, you know, “re-focusing” everyone on the economy. Honestly, getting back to the basics is a great idea. We’ve got to give Washington kudos for bringing it up.

But the odds are, the White House will just give us a few more fun catchphrases to throw around, like “Winning the Future,” “We Can’t Wait” or – this was a good one – “Middle Class Jobs & Opportunity Tour.”

Great.  Exactly what we need. More talk, but no action.

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Seriously. Nothing has come out of this talk in the past. The “Middle Class Task Force” hasn’t even produced a report since 2010. We actually haven’t heard a peep out of them in over a year!

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So, now that Washington has come up with a new slogan “middle out,” for this round of economic chatter, we’re not sure what will come out of the conversation, but we sure hope this new slogan actually has a solution attached, and that Washington actively tries to accomplish something for a change.

Washington, we’re tired of your rhetoric. We need solutions, not slogans. And we need them now.

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