Politics

Is Barack Obama Talking Enough About the Future?

[ABC News]

To hear Republicans tell it, President Obama, the candidate of “Winning the Future,” has struggled to lay out a plan for the next four years.

Indeed, Obama’s stump speech has more to do with the past, defending what he’s done in four years and safeguarding against a potential Romney presidency.

Obama argues that his policies are responsible for bringing the country back from the “worst economic crisis of our lifetimes,” he kept his promise to end the Iraq War and wind down the conflict in Afghanistan, and he is protecting the country’s economic security by boosting renewable energy and reducing oil imports.

But what comes next?

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