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Published: Tuesday, Sept. 6 2011 12:00 a.m. MDT

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Othello, WA

The writer of this article is such an airhead! In other words, Obama is just going to give us more warmed over, "bigger" Obama economics. The same as what we have been getting for the past 3 years. Yeah, thats gonna work!
This exactly what I expected. The longer we go with this guy, the more reasons Jimmy Carter has to wake up smiling each morning. One big embarassin monkey off his back. Its looking more and more like 2012 is going back to the GOP!

Irony Guy
Bountiful, Utah

Republicans have no answers, and they will prevent the President from implementing his. We NEED a big stimulus, and we need it now.

Casa Grande, AZ

The problems we have ARE the result of conservativbe policies. Perot was the only one that told the truth. The giant sucking sound has been roaring for the last 30 years.

Were you all born yesterday? Now you think it's Obama's fault there are less jobs? Everybody knows where the jobs went. You have to be kidding me if you want to blame Obama for the last 30 years of conservative policies that let our jobs go to lower wages in developing countries. You really have to be kidding me.

Salt Lake City, UT

So the President offers more of what has not worked either during this administration or the Bush Administration and it is whats needed. While, the intransgient Tea Party is responsible for the down grading of the country's credit. Really, interesting interpretation of the facts. And, why the President persists on the continuation of the cut in Soc. Sec taxes is beyond any ones imagination. It is really a cut in corporate taxes, which entities he routinely demonizes, and with no benefit that even his own economists can find to the middle class or to create jobs. It is just a bad way to fix the problem.

Re: Screwdriver you may be right. But, Mr. Obama's policies have to be held accountable for a good part of the unemployment malaise. As Mr. Truman said "the buck stops here".

The Real Maverick
Orem, UT

I think we need to just eliminate all taxes for corporations, raise taxes on the middle class and poor, and subsidize business even more so that billionaires and millionaires can give us poors some more jobs.

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