Jerome Corsi, political analyst and New York Times
best-selling author, says Republicans and Mitt Romney need to
remind voters which party was really responsible for the economic
crash of 2008.
At their recent nominating convention in Charlotte, North
Carolina, the Democrats pushed the idea that voting for Barack
Obama is moving forward, not returning to the "failed policies" of
George W. Bush. The Democrats have been blaming Bush for the 2008
economic collapse and have claimed it was so bad that Obama needs
four more years to fix it.
Dr. Jerome Corsi is a Tea Party activist and author of The
Great Oil Conspiracy. He says the Democrats are not being
"The Democrats will not
take responsibility for building the mortgage crisis that led to
the bursting of the economic bubble in 2008," he tell OneNewsNow.
"They want to blame that on George W. Bush without remembering that
the Democratic Congresses back to Jimmy Carter passed the
legislation demanding that banks lend to Democratic constituents
who couldn't afford the home."
So Corsi believes Republicans need to create ads telling the
American people that the Democrats are responsible for the economic
"I think Romney has an excellent chance of winning because in
the final analysis I think the American voter is not going to buy
the lies of the Democratic Party and is going to say, Look,
Obama's had four years," he says. "Now we're 16 trillion
dollars in debt, and the economy is not advancing."
Corsi adds that the American people must wake up and realize the
nation must adopt the policies of smaller government and less
spending in order to quit bankrupting the nation's