Levin to Romney: Stop saying we’re in a recovery because we’re not in a recovery

Levin notes that home ownership is at a decade-low and GDP growth is almost anemic at 2.2%, yet Romney continues to say ‘yes, we’re in a recovery, but we would have recovered faster but for Obama.’ Levin advises Romney to stop saying that because it’s simply not true and the people know it:

We’re not in a recovery. Here’s my constructive point for the day: stop saying we’re in a recovery, the people don’t feel like we’re in a recovery, and the people are right. So stop trying to appear reasonable when appearing reasonable, in your case, is appearing foolish.

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