Sunday, November 4, 2012

And The Economist Endorsement Goes To ...

The Economist may not be especially cheerful about the election:
"FOUR years ago, The Economist endorsed Barack Obama for the White House with enthusiasm. So did millions of voters. Next week Americans will trudge to the polls far less hopefully. So (in spirit at least) will this London-based newspaper. Having endured a miserably negative campaign, the world’s most powerful country now has a much more difficult decision to make than it faced four years ago."
Of course, some would say we shouldn't expect cheerful enthusiasm to be the norm from a publication named for "the dismal science".

But nonetheless The Economist has issued an endorsement for President Obama, even if mainly because "Mr Romney has an economic plan that works only if you don’t believe most of what he says".

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