Does Obama have specific plans for the economy or just ideas?

Posted on: August 22, 2011

According to Phillip Klein of The Washington Examiner, he thinks that Obama’s “specific plan” is just an outline.  Is Obama just trying to hype us up and not talking to us straight? “Well, there you go again,” as former President Ronald Reagan would say, all talk and no substance.

Klein deduced this by listening to Obama advisors Robert Gibbs and David Axelrod on the Sunday morning talk shows. “The president is going to outline a short-term plan to accelerate the economy,” Axelrod said on ABC’s This Week, “in the face of the hits we’ve taken, because of the Arab Spring and oil prices, because of the Japanese earthquake, because of Europe that have slowed down economic growth.

On Meet the Press, Gibbs used similar language, “The president is going to outline some ideas, the president has outlined ideas every day he’s been in the White House.”

I’m glad he has outlined ideas but where is those outlines on a napkin? If all he has is an outline with no specific plan to boost the
economy to create jobs and control our deficit, then we are all in big trouble!


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