March 21, 2009

President's Weekly Address: 'A Budget Equal to the Task Before Us'

The President reflects on lessons from his time spent outside Washington recently, which only reinforced the core principles in his budget. The budget will be his central focus throughout this week:

"These investments are not a wish list of priorities that I picked out of thin air – they are a central part of a comprehensive strategy to grow this economy by attacking the very problems that have dragged it down for too long: the high cost of health care and our dependence on oil; our education deficit and our fiscal deficit."

Villagers, it appears that our president is trying to make some major changes in the way that the United States does business ... especially in areas of health care, energy and education. Do you think that he can pull it off?

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