So, when oil prices were rising, the rightwingers (like the one who stalks this blog) blamed it on Obama and kept pointing it out, but once they started falling not a beep about that.
When all the jobs were lost and the unemployment rate started skyrocketing under Bush/Cheney, nothing. The day Obama took office they were already blaming the bad economy on him. But once the unemployment rate started dropping and two and a half million jobs were created, they continued to blame the fact that it was still higher than under Clinton (!, yes, that's what Mitt pointed out recently) and never mention that Obama has been adding jobs to the economy for years but because of the Republican rightwing's insistence that the problem is deficits, and thanks to mostly Republican governors et. al. with every ten jobs the economy creates in the private sector, the public sector (government jobs, from teachers and firemen to cops and park rangers etc.) loses several.
If the Bush/Cheney tactics had been continued, we'd be in the deepest Depression in history. And Romney would return us to those approaches. As he did in Massachusetts where I write this from now: