In last week’s debate, Mitt Romney laid out his vision for America: massive tax cuts for the wealthy and big oil paid for by cuts to education, Medicare and other essential services. The first thing he said he'll cut? Funding for PBS, which airs Sesame Street.
Mitt Romney and Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick supported Paul Ryan’s budget to give $40 billion in tax breaks over a decade to Big Oil.
On Wednesday, join us as we welcome the Bain Worker Bus to (where else?) Bucks County’s own Sesame Place.
The Bain Worker Bus is a nationwide tour with workers from companies owned by Bain Capital, the private equity firm Mitt Romney founded and continues to profit from. These workers know what it’s like to have Mitt Romney gunning for their job and, now, so does Big Bird.
Stop by to join Big Bird, Bain workers and local community members to speak out against about the dangers of a “Romney Economy” where good jobs are outsourced and minimum wage jobs, with no benefits, remain.
There’s a lot at stake this election. The middle class is trying to move forward, but if we switch to Romney’s plan, it won't just be Big Bird out of a job.