The economy looks like it may really be coming back for consumers and households.
Perfect take on Mitt Romney’s advice to bosses: “When you’re a person of greater value than your workers by dint of a checking account, it would be unreasonable for you not to speak for them.”
More: “It strikes many of us as, well, wrong…especially so today because it comes as another example of the great imbalance of power in the workplace.”
The Romney plan: “The poorest Americans would see their tax bills rise by nearly 2 percent of their income. But the richest would get tax cuts of over 6 percent.”
It’s a shocking, and positive, development that Mitt Romney has to pretend he isn’t going to cut taxes for the rich.
Surprise surprise: Romney’s top economic advisor was a lobbyist for JP Morgan.
The Akron Beacon Journal looks at Romney in the second debate: “Trust becomes hard to win amid the fog of his positions.”
A more progressive Senate in 2013?
Finally: Why Bruce Springsteen says he’ll be hitting the campaign trail.