State Of The Union Time
January 25, 2011 by USA Post
State Of The Union Time, (AP) – At an economic demand response, President Barack Obama will try to convince the American people and a divided Congress that he has a vision to accelerate job creation, promotion expenditures on the basis of its agenda but promising to curb a growing, staggering debt. His State of the Union to reality: The economy trumps everything.
For a national television audience Tuesday night, Barack Obama will be at home employment, the issue of utmost public importance and his hopes for a second term.
Specifically, it will focus on improving education, innovation and infrastructure of the United States as a means to provide a sounder economic basis. He will marry only by calls to reduce government debt – it now exceeds $ 14 trillion – Government Reform and. These five areas form the frame of discourse, with sprinkling of new proposals.
Yet no matter how ambitious scope rhetoric of Obama’s speech at the midpoint of his term will be considered in the context of his new political reality.
The midterm elections gave Republicans control the House and vote strong minority in the Senate, which means it is not able to pass changes over GOP objections. The contrast between the visions of both parties is important, and which cut spending, and how, will lead much of the debate for the rest of the year 2011.
Obama’s speech will come just hours after the House must decide on the implementation costs for the remainder of the year to 2008 levels before the recession. The resolution, largely symbolic, would set the record Republican lawmakers in favor of cutting and $ 100 billion budget for Obama this year, as promised in the campaign last year.
“We have made historic progress toward more affordable, accessible health care for Americans when the Act on health care affordable was signed into law. Now, like many of the reforms are indeed the patients and seeing the benefits, the House of Representatives wants to repeal the new law. The new law health care reform brings significant improvements to our national health system. The passage of a bill to repeal would be a retrograde step and would be detrimental to millions of Americans’ -. Theresa Conejo, national advocacy representing American Heart Association, President of Bucks County Latino Alliance leadership
“Trying to look at things in an optimistic, overall, there is some good news: life expectancy continues to increase, infant mortality rates of all-time low, smoking is at its lowest rate ever, the age-adjusted death rates from heart disease, cancer and stroke are declining, and the overall mortality rate is falling, too. One thing I can say without reservation that the rate of obesity worsen across the United States, and cases of diabetes also continue to rise in association with weight. Unfortunately, we have easy access to more calories than ever before in history, and improved technology continues to make our lives less active. Our bodies are not yet adapted to these changes, since in the past, food was never a certainty, and our digestive system stored as many calories as possible. “- Dr. David Damski, Director, Bucks County Health Department
“Most people do not (care) important, but they should. Take care, for example, they want to get rid of him. Why? People will die. ”
- Ashley Harris, Falls
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