For the past couple of years, the main focus of President Obama’s efforts has been to first, revive the economy and later, rebuild the economy. President Obama’s plans to recovery include making investments in infrastructure, giving a tax cut to 95 percent of Americans, creating a new housing program that prevents more foreclosures, and creating new jobs for Americans. President Obama talks about how his economic plan seems to be working so far even though the unemployment rate is around 10 percent. He says that the “loss of jobs has slowed” and “hiring often takes time to catch up to economic growth.” I agree with President Obama and believe that he is doing a terrific job in reviving the economy.
Many people believed strongly that the fall of our economy was the end of the United States. They believed that there was no coming back after this and that things would never be the same. Others even began to make plans to leave the country before things got too bad. Luckily for us, we have an intelligent president who came right in the nick of time to make the impossible to be possible once again. President Obama has a vision for what the future for America should be and he’s tackling all of the issues in the way head on. He’s already in motion for fixing our broken health care system and providing health care to the millions of Americans who are without. Another plan that is in motion is the clean energy plan. Obama plans to end our addiction to foreign oil and create millions of new jobs by harnessing the power of alternative and renewable energy. The final point that President Obama is hammering on is to invest in education because today’s children determine America’s wealth tomorrow.
I am extremely proud of President Obama for standing up against all odds for what is right. He pushes for what he knows to be correct even through all of the scrutiny and lies that have been brought up against him. Other people would have given up and conformed to what others wanted them to do or believe, but President Obama was one of the few people that believed firmly in his vision of things getting better and putting Americans back to work.