President Obama knows what’s good for you. No matter what you say.
When the recession hit, President Obama promised to focus on fixing the economy. And then he went to work on health care.
Three months later, with unemployment climbing past 8% he stay focused…On health care.
Six months later, unemployment reaches 9%. President Obama, Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi worked desperately…On health care bills voters were now saying they didn’t want.
12 months later, with employment at about 10%, President Obama spent nearly half of his State of the Union Address talking about ways to fix the economy. A few weeks after that he called for a national summit at the White House…On health care.
We’re into our second year of the Obama Administration. Unemployment remains near 10%. More Americans are out of work than at any other time since the Great Depression. In response, this Wednesday, Mr. Obama will give what has been called an important speech…On health care.
Harry Reid is talking about health care. Nancy Pelosi is talking about health care. All while Americans say they need jobs.
President Obama says he’s not an ideologue, so maybe he just doesn’t want to listen to the American people. Maybe, despite so many of us out of work and asking for him to cut government spending and make America good for business again, he still thinks he knows what’s best for you. No matter what the experts say. No matter what the polls say. No what you say.
Maybe the only people he’s listening to are Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi and Barack Obama. After all, they know what’s best for you.
No matter what you say.