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For the same reason that most Republicans don't see that what Romney and Ryan are proposing are the same policies that Bush used, and those policies turned out very badly for the country. But what you are asking is an important political question: who can we blame for the bad economy? While things are slowly getting better, most people want them to get better faster, and understandably so. Democrats believe that many of President Obama's policies are not at all counterproductive. In fact, they believe some of Mr. Obama's policies have worked or have at least prevented things from getting worse; and that the ones that haven't worked are due to factors beyond politics, such as a world-wide recession and financial issues in Europe, as well as the banking collapse in 2008. They also believe that Republican obstructionism has played a role in keeping things from improving: Republicans do not want Mr. Obama to succeed, and if he can't fix the economy, they believe that will be a good reason to vote for his opponent, Mr. Romney. A number of economists, both Republican and Democratic, have also looked at the Romney-Ryan plan and found that it has a number of flaws. The problem is that each side is eager to paint the other side as totally wrong, rather than working together. What Republicans call "Obama's failed policies" are a good political slogan for his opponents, and the Romney-Ryan ticket are targeting those policies in political ads. But Democrats believe the GOP has no plan other than offering tax breaks to the wealthy and doing the same kind of deregulation that caused problems before. Democrats also believe the Republicans have no interest in compromising on anything. Until both sides learn to work together, it is doubtful that much positive movement on the economy, or anything else, will occur and both sides will continue to call each other names and say the other side's policies are counterproductive.