The Economic News Is Good for President Obama

former article title “The News Is Good for President Obama”

A precipitous drop in the deficit has followed the end of the Bush tax cuts. It’s like a light at the end of the tunnel. More good news is one of President Obama’s most politically risky initiatives, the stimulus from almost four years ago that featured “green” loans, is starting to pay off.

A President that has been around 5 years will face scandals that come to light, but also be able to start seeing seeds planted years earlier start to grow.

It’s the good things that often get recognition last.

More on good news economic stories being reported or ignored by the press:

It should be noted that on one of the President’s scandals, the A.P. wiretaps, I do not support the President. He promised to be vehemently opposed to interference with the freedom of the press that former administrations have engaged in, but apparently was not talking about his own. I encourage all the news media to cover this abuse to the hilt. There is no excuse for the violation of reporters freedom to report.

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