Very little restraint once re-elected, higher taxes for middle class is inevitable
Doesn't know what to do, but advisors should help, reluctance to take away anything will hold spending up
Only address if forced to, never provides a plan
Only address if forced to, too politically charged so doesn't deal with it
C-D (C - If can be moved to center)
Lowered oil fed land permits 40%, opposes traditional oil, impractical
Likely to be slow, but slightly positive
Increased massively, attitude stuck
Will try to "redistribute" via "fair" share, but public not realize taxing rich won't provide enough
Tries to restimulate through spending, not very business friendly
Won't deal with it, too political
Redistribution, tax the rich, unfair, attribute unfairness to business, etc., has vague concept of capitalism being helpful.
His weakness, but will be forced
Fight with others, call self "warrior for middle class", etc.
Likely to continue blame, excuses, labels, uncivil language
Probably too well-covered, not efficient
Make it an issue, but no change
Make it an issue, but no change,
gradually move (civil unions, some "m")
His best area, compared to Romey not as efficient, by far
Still "Obama Bucks", redistribution, unfairness idea, not encourage self-responsibility as solution, fault of the wizard behind the curtain
Will be weak on this, too politically sensitive, go for bulky hard to implement plan. (He promised 1st yr. action last time) Will not enforce the law.
Will be adamant here, waste $ on items not cost effective nor adequately forwarding, intention spoken to increase energy costs so much that alternative energy will be forced.