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Democratic National Convention gets under way.
The debate between both party centering on one question are you better off today than you were four years ago.
We're in a better position than we were four years ago and our economy in the sense that when this president took office we were losing 800000 jobs a month.
The quarter before he took office was the worst quarter that this country's had economically since the great depression and we aren't a different place 29 straight months of job growth four point five million.
Private sector jobs are we where we need to be -- but the problem with what governor Romney said -- -- three days they never offered anybody -- plausible alternative he spoke for 45 minutes.
And never really offered any any real ideas for how to move the economy forward for how to lift the middle class and in that sense I think -- his convention was it's terrible failure.
-- on the other side the Romney campaign issuing this statement in response to those comments quote.
On the same day that the Obama campaign conceded that Americans aren't better off than they were four years ago.
The president offered no solutions to the problems facing our country instead of taking us for word President Obama -- taken us on a path of decline -- incomes high unemployment.
And trillion dollar deficits and we'll be watching that -- -- later today because this morning that's expected to hit sixteen billion dollars right.
I -- that brings us to our question of the morning are you better off than you -- four years ago send us your comments you can tweet into US.
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