President Barack Obama Appeals for a Second Term with Bottoms Up and Middle Out Economy, Not Top Down Economy

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Road to Charlotte: As Barack Obama prepares to accept the Democratic presidential nomination in North Carolina, he’ll be highlighting successes of his first term with an eye to the future.

Norm Ornstein of the American Enterprise Institute says there’s an enthusiasm gap comparing Obama 2012 to Obama 2008.

I don’t believe in top down economics. I believe in middle class out economics. I believe in bottom up economics. That’s how you grow an economy. That’s the choice in this election. And that’s why I’m running for second term as President of the United States.

— President Barack Obama

Darrell West of the Brookings Institute doesn’t believe Obama’s foreign policy will be much of a decisive element in the upcoming election. He believes much of the voter attention will be directed at jobs and the economy and the comparison of the candidates’ federal budget proposals.

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