The party is over
Talking Points 9/7
- Duration 2:55
- Date Sep 7, 2012
Talking Points 9/7
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Hi I'm Laura Ingraham in for Bill O'Reilly thanks for watching us tonight that party is over that's the subject of this evening's talking points -- now.
Coming up the Democratic National Convention let's stipulate to the following.
First President Obama is a loving father and husband who had an unconventional upbringing.
Second the First Lady is intelligent she's dedicated to fighting obesity helping the troops and she's a great mom.
Third Joseph Biden loves to tell stories about growing up in Wilmington.
And he loves his wife.
Why enacted it takes five times in the last ten years and that's serve five times.
I don't know what I would have done kiddo read -- on that fifth time said -- I love you you're the love of my life and the life among.
Literally and -- that Democrats have younger and hipper celebrities on their side.
-- -- TU not as a representative that young Hollywood but as a representative of the many millions of young Americans.
Particularly young women who depend on public and nonprofit programs to help them survive.
Now all this is good may be for a movie for the Hallmark Channel.
But it does nothing to change the cold hard fact that our economy is virtually stalled yes stalled.
We learned today that our labor force participation rate is the lowest in thirty years.
So when the president cites the August job growth of 96000.
It's a joke.
The Democrats are playing purely a get out the base strategy here they did so at the convention so -- the -- was swing voters.
-- the centrists it's abortion it's gay marriage it's raising taxes on the wealthy.
And of course it's immigration amnesty.
Now all this out might be music to the ears of the activists but it's really not gonna get the economy roaring back which is what most voters care about.
The razzle dazzle of Charlotte was a sight to behold the wonderful speech -- mrs.
Obama the return of Bill Clinton.
And all that music and dancing.
But long after the last we love Michelle placard as recycled our nation will still be hanging on the precipice.
And nothing in the president's speech last night demonstrated that he's prepared to make any changes in -- his policies or his governing style.
That's disturbing and deeply disappointing.
Given that crushing federal debt amassed during his term the persistent joblessness and the pain that so many citizens are feeling.
How can -- not make any changes.
So happens if through default team Obama continues to ask voters for patients without a real plan.
Rick -- now put it well last night and a late night tweet.
He said you can get elected on hope but you can't get reelected on.