Will Prosperity Be On The 2012 Ballot?

What we’re reading this morning, courtesy of David Nace:

The events of the 1980s clearly demonstrate that the middle class benefits from government policies that promote prosperity rather than programs that promote dependency at the expense of prosperity.

The real question going into to the 2012 election is whether middle-class voters will see through the marketing efforts of the Democratic Party and its media supporters to recognize that policies of prosperity, not redistribution and dependency, truly help the middle class.

Read more at The American Thinker.

This entry was posted in Healthcare, Intrusive Government, Jobs in America, Project Labor Agreements, The Economy

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