This election, Republicans are touting the jobs they’ve created and the taxes they’ve cut. Democrats point to a spike in unemployment and the 45 million people without health insurance. But the rhetoric’s confusing and the economic forecast is mixed. And in the privacy of the voting booth the economy becomes a personal matter, tallied in the cost of health care co-pays and measured at the kitchen table. So pull up a chair. Get out your bank statement. We’re running the numbers. Are you better or worse off?
Grover Norquist, President of Americans for Tax Reform
Gordon Barr, President of Newkor Inc.
John Baker, President of Diamond Tool and Die
Frank Berry, Pa-Ted Spring Company