Obama a útoky na hospodářství

17. července 2009 v 16:35 | Jim Rutenberg

WARREN, Mich.: President Obama came to this struggling auto industry town Tuesday to urge patience for his economic policies, to thunder at his newly emboldened critics in Washington and to introduce an education plan intended to help displaced workers find jobs.

After spending last week abroad, Mr. Obama made clear that he was renewing his focus on his domestic agenda, delivering a campaign-style speech that sought to beat back Republican efforts to capitalize on the public uneasiness with the economy.

"I love these folks who helped get us in this mess and then suddenly say, 'Well, this is Obama's economy,' " the president said before an overwhelmingly supportive outdoor crowd at Macomb Community College. "That's fine - give it to me. My job is to solve problems, not stand on the sidelines and carp and gripe."

The jab was not included in his prepared remarks, which focused on an announcement that the administration was proposing to spend $12 billion to bolster the nation's network of community colleges.
Community colleges are heavily attended by working adults, some seeking new expertise, others remedial instruction on the way to four-year college.

Zdroj: www.nytimes.com

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