Wednesday, October 24, 2012

We Can't Go Backwards

After President Obama’s victory in the final Presidential debate, working families in Wisconsin have no doubts about the stark differences between the President's plan to keep our nation secure and strengthen our economy for all families, and Mitt Romney's plan to go backward to the foreign policy of the 1980s, the social policy of the 1950s, and the economy policy of the 1920s.

This November we face a clear choice about the direction of our country.

Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan believe in the same failed policies that hollowed out the middle class and destroyed our economy. They’re advocating for the kinds of policies perfected by companies like Romney’s Bain Capital that offshored jobs, shuttered companies and created massive wealth for a few at the expense of working families. Their proposals would lower the incomes of average Americans, increase unemployment and foreclosures, undermine Medicare and Social Security, cut taxes for the richest people and widen income inequality.

Four years ago working families chose a different direction—we chose to stand for fairness, a voice for all at work and in our economy, shared prosperity and opportunity for all.

Wisconsin AFL-CIO working families are deeply committed to re-electing President Obama and Vice President Biden to continue the change we started. We’re committed to strengthening majorities who will stand with working people in the Senate by electing Tammy Baldwin and fighting to elect pro-worker candidates in the House and state Legislatures.

We have less than two weeks to do all that we can in this election. Stop in at one of our many statewide volunteer locations today and help get out the vote for working families! Click on the below link or highlight, copy and past the link into favorite browser to learn more about how you can help

In Solidarity,

Phil Neuenfeldt, President
Stephanie Bloomingdale, Secretary-Treasurer

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