Chip Reid asked a tough question about Obama's controversial budget. Reid asked if the budget, which will increase the debt to "$7 trillion over the next 10 years," is a case of passing problems onto the next generation. Obama responded that investments need to be made to "meet our growth targets that put us on a pathway to growth." He then pointed out that the critics of his budget have yet to bring forth an alternative.
Who isn't offering an alternative? Surly he can't be talking about the Republican party and the right wing media who have been screaming free market since January of last year. This guy is a sham. By the way, he has been criticized for clinging to a teleprompter like a binkie from the begining. You didn't see any this time...right? Right...the HUGE teleprompter was in the back of the room. I can't wait for someone to fix this mess and by fix, I mean, replace the president.