So far, President Obama has:
1. Suggested that growth of government is more real from an economic-growth perspective than growth of the financial sector.
2. Left the door open to a budget that contains no middle-class tax cut.
3. Once again responded to questions about his own deficits by blasting Republican critics for “short memories” and talking about the deficit he “inherited,” even though he can only claim to cut the deficit in half by increasing that deficit to $1.8 trillion in the first place.
4. Says there will be “no growth” in the economy if he doesn’t get the “investments” he is requesting.
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