August 16, 2011 by USA Post
Obama’s Bus, As his approval ratings fell to a record low, President Barack Obama is on the Monday morning in a bus tour three days in the central region to talk about politics, economics, debt, and the election of the next year with the citizens of small town Minnesota, Iowa and Illinois.
In his first speeches in Cannon Falls, Minnesota, and Decorah, Iowa, Obama explained his economic policy and pushed him against the criticism that he is not doing enough to stimulate the economy and unemployment senior management.
Iowa has been a political focus in recent days with a survey showing the state’s favorite Saturday among Republican presidential candidates for 2012 elections.
Republicans say Obama is doing little to pump life into a sick U.S. economy.
Obama reiterated his call to Congress to extend tax cuts payroll, act on trade bills and approve measures to create jobs in construction.
After spending much of the summer locked in bitterly partisan negotiations on the crisis of debt which is cut into his approval ratings and members of Congress, Obama’s visit is in part an attempt to show citizens of small town America that he understands what is happening outside Washington and listening to your frustrations.
Obama wants to separate from the bitter divisions in Washington and back the support of American life.
On the first day of their journey by bus, Obama was relatively informal style town hall meetings in the areas of the country against the barns and quaint with a haystack of rupture, filling the stage with American care.
Check out the first day-and-medium-Obama’s tour as the president tries to reshape its image in the minds of U.S. citizens
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