Skip to comments.Obama’s Plan for Spurring 2nd Term Economic Growth — More of the Same: Infrastructure, Green Energy
Posted on 02/10/2013 3:09:32 PM PST by whitedog57
Reuters has an interesting piece on President Obamas second term economic plans to be announced at The State of the Union address.
Obama previewed his economic growth plan in a speech to House of Representatives Democrats this week, telling them he would stress the importance of education, development of clean energy, and infrastructure.
There were no details on the new initiatives for infrastructure, manufacturing, clean energy and education, elements first reported by the New York Times.
Isnt this the same plan from his first term? Clean energy was a costly bust, and he still wants to have government control education and infrastructure spending.
Uhm, hasnt President Obama and Congress run up the Federal debt enough already?
To go along with the staggering budget deficits?
I know, I know, Krugman says it is good to do these things and now is not the time to cut spending.
Like the LA to Las Vegas Party Train?
Why do I want to subsidize LA gamblers and frolickers to party in Las Vegas??
Nobody parties like government (and Krugman) on someone elses dollar.
Hey stick with a winner...right?
Post them here.
Do you need help with that?
OK... so why would government debt spending count as positive GDP? That makes no sense.
Actually, Anthony.. if I’m going to help you post the “charts” here..
I’d like first to know where you stole them. We can’t just go helter-skelter posting stolen stuff, you know.
The definition of insanity is to keep doing the same thing over and over expecting a different result.
It’s Chauncey Gardiner! The guy doesn’t know anything else
And I was soooo looking forward to hearing what grand plans Glorious Leader had planned for us, his lowly subjects.
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