TAMPA, Fla., June 22 (UPI) -- U.S. President Barack Obama told a campaign rally in Florida Friday the country needs "some middle class-out economics, some bottom-up economics."
He said what's holding back growth is "a stalemate between two
fundamentally different views in Washington about which direction we
should go in." He told his audience Republicans, including presumptive
presidential nominee Mitt Romney, "believe that we should go back to the top-down economics of the last decade."
"They figure that if we simply eliminate regulations and cut taxes by
trillions of dollars, then the market will solve all of our problems,"