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Thursday, July 08, 2010

The Obama Administration You Do Not See on TV

by Jay Allbritton
The President spoke today at a company in Kansas City called Smith Electric Vehicles. It's small, innovative companies like this that the administration has been consistently supporting that is keeping the economy from totally collapsing. People may have a hard time seeing this through the media distortion, but what Obama is talking about in this clip is his quite legacy. If congress changes hands or if he is not re-elected, this long-term foundation for a real recovery is going to go to waste.

On a completely different note: YouTube users who do not allow their videos to be embedded really grind my gears.

UPDATE:
Here's more on the White House's innovation initiative. Why they aren't saturating the media with this kind of thing I have no idea.

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