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-- as a president Obama's is Washington has taken its eye off the ball when it comes the economy just wrapped up the first in -- series of speeches on the topic.
The jets in at the white house with the latest -- -- -- -- sainovic.
-- -- this is the beginning of an economic campaign by the -- in the fall rolls around which is right around the corner.
There will be major economic policy fights here in Washington government spending authority runs out at the end of September then of course which will be even more difficult fight.
The one over raising the debt ceiling that sometime in the middle of October.
-- the middle of November President Obama.
Framing his economic arguments basically with broad economic themes talking about a number of the proposals that he's had here in Washington over the last few years.
And he says when it comes to congress that Republicans.
Need to change their.
And if you ask.
Some of these folks some -- Folks mostly in the house about their economic agenda.
How it is that -- Strengthen the middle class.
They'll shift the topic -- out of control government spending.
Despite the fact that we've cut the deficit by nearly half.
As a -- economies and I took office.
So as demonstrated the president not changing his positions Republicans say they're not changing their positions they say they need to shrink government spending they do you address entitlement programs.
And according to this speech they say they've heard it.
There are no new proposals in this speech.
The president himself said there's gonna change any minds.
-- will sold exactly what will change.
What's the point.
What they're going to accomplish.
Probably got the answer nothing.
It's a hollow shells and Easter -- but no candy and it.
The White House says this is the first of the series -- speeches the president will deliver over the next several weeks when it comes to the economy.
If you look at the economic specifics which are very broaden this speech.
It is what we have heard before he says he wants to create good jobs in wind solar and natural gas and other words were government spending on green energy open more manufacturing innovation institutes.
Infrastructure spending he calls for new efforts to train workers we've heard that before.
And he also wants to raise the minimum wage that's something.
That he put out in his State of the Union Address President Obama is leaving now right now that that location in Illinois senate over to Missouri.
To get a similar speech and then Jacksonville Florida for an economic speech on Friday.
-- At -- thank you very months.
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