President Barack Obama is back at it … he has launched his pandering bus tour 2012 to the two swing states of Ohio and Pennsylvania. Let’s see what happens tomorrow if there is a bump in the road for “The One” when July’s jobs numbers are reported. Usually, when dealing with Obama and a bus you want to be extremely careful, most wind under it. Obama calls it his “Betting on America,” most Americans want to know where the jobs are that Obama promised. Also, why Obama just broke his 2008 campaign promise and taxed American families making under $250,000 with Obamacare or Obamatax as the Supreme Court ruled.
President Obama launches a bus tour Thursday through two battleground states crucial to his re-election bid.
Obama’s focus during the trip through Ohio and Pennsylvania is the economy, and it begins a day before a critical monthly report on jobs — an event the White House is awaiting with some anxiety after May’s figures fell far short of analysts’ predictions.
The “Betting on America” tour is a nod to the near certainty that November’s elections will hinge chiefly on jobs, housing and other economic indicators despite the recent fervor from both parties over the Supreme Court’s surprise verdict to uphold Obama’s healthcare reform law.
With as many times as Obama and Romney will be in Ohio and PA, they might have to declare residency.