It is certainly way too early in President Obama’s White House tenure to be trying to assess his job performance. Don’t tell that, however, to the traders on Wall Street. Investors there are voting with their wallets.
State Democrats and Republicans are engaged in a bitter tussle over a plan to require voters to show proof of identification before casting ballots. Surely there are more compelling issues to argue about.
In addressing Congress for the first time since taking office, President Barack Obama stashed away his negative rhetoric and turned to his strength — positive messages. He promised an end to the economic struggles of this country; He promised a government plan that would end the doldrums and bring out the competitive fire in our workforce; He promised a resurgent America.