Bill Clinton Urges Obama to Be More Optimistic on Economy
Bill Clinton said he wants President Obama to assure the people that America will surmount this problem.
Friday, February 20, 2009
Former President Bill Clinton says he thinks President Obama should talk more optimistically about the prospects that the nation will recover from its current deep economic woes.
Clinton said he wants Obama to assure the people that America will surmount this problem. But at the same time, the former president said in an interview broadcast Friday on ABC's "Good Morning America" that "I like the fact that he didn't come in and give us a bunch of happy talk."
He also said he believes "you will see some good economic news from the stimulus fairly soon."
For his part, Obama has said he thinks the country will get past the recession, but that it will be a long slog.
Of course the problem I have is that I believe Obama doesn't want a swift recovery. I believe the socialist would rather see a drawn out recession/depression where Americans are forced to take on more government programs.
No educated person (ESPECIALLY in economics) could make more dumb decisions than this man has, without a hidden agenda.
I gave my opinion on this a couple of days ago here...