Tom Perriello, a former Democratic congressman from Virginia, gets right to the point as he and local volunteers kick off the Romney Economics: Middle Class Under the bus tour in Alexandria, Virginia: "We welcome Mitt Romney to Virginia. We do not welcome his message."Read More
Mitt Romney's campaign bus rolls into Southern battleground states this weekend, but there's a lot that the residents of Virginia, North Carolina, Florida, and Ohio won't hear from the Republican candidate on his tour. That's why we're hitting the road on a bus of our own: to spread the word that Romney Economics throws the middle class under the bus.Read More
For many Detroiters, the "Middle Class Under the Bus" tour was a chance to stand up in support of the man who stood up for them in a moment of need—and to send Mitt Romney an unmistakable message: Romney economics isn't welcome here.Read More
The last stop for Mitt Romney's bus tour is his home state of Michigan. But don't expect a happy homecoming: In addition to arguing that we should "let Detroit go bankrupt," the policies that Romney is proposing would cut student aid for 337,000 students and jobs for 9,900 teachers. And 510,000 Michigan families would see their taxes go up by an average of $900.
Send this postcard to your friends to tell them what Michigan already knows: Romney economics would be a disaster for our country.
Mitt Romney said, "Let Detroit go bankrupt." Detroit hasn't forgotten. #RomneyRoadShow http://t.co/5H5dhcHn— The Democrats (@TheDemocrats) Mon Jun 18 22:18:14 +0000 2012