USA Today informs us that "Obama isn't expected to break much new ground in his speech today." That speech is so the President can make yet another pivot to the weak economy. What in the world do you think he'll say?
There's some salty language at this blog, but one guy made a long list of all the times Obama had pivoted to jobs during his presidency. The list is from last summer.
According to the Federal Reserve, the middle class saw its net worth plummet from a median of $126,400 in 2007 to $77,300 in 2010. Polls indicate that they believe Obama is completely out of touch with their concerns.
Pardon me, but what is he going to say today? Announce a new fundraiser with Sarah Jessica Parker and Anna Wintour?
And did anyone advise President Obama about the location he chose to give this speech?
President Obama's campaign speech on the economy today will be delivered in the same spot where Bill Clinton delivered a 2010 campaign speech Obama might just as soon forget.
In September 2010, Clinton told his Cuyahoga Community College audience in Cleveland that Democrats deserved two more years to fix the nation's economy.
"The Democrats are saying something like this: 'We found a big hole that we did not dig. We didn't get it filled in 21 months, but at least we quit digging,'" Clinton said at the time. "'Give us two more years. If it doesn't work, vote us out.'"
My theory? He's not going to talk about jobs but, rather, some perilous new threat to contraception. What's your theory?
Also, if you're interested, Romney has released what Politico says is his first negative campaign ad against Obama in the general election: