The two-bit fraud in the White House, who has the balls to call his numerous scandals phony, is in full-on campaign mode for some strange reason, blaming Washington for all his problems, as if he’s an outsider or something. Today he’ll be taking his carnival act to Florida to call for more spending on infrastructure, because that worked out so well with his trillion-dollar stimulus four years ago.
President Obama will push for new infrastructure projects and investments as he hits the road again Thursday, traveling this time to Jacksonville, Fla., for his third consecutive speech on the economy.
The event at the city’s port comes fresh on the heels of the president’s much-hyped economic address Wednesday in Illinois, where he claimed credit for the economic recovery and argued that his progressive economic policies would benefit the middle class.He also challenged congressional Republicans, daring them to propose alternative solutions to aid in the recovery and accusing them of obsessing over “phony scandals” for short-term political gain.
Obama will continue to target the GOP in his speech Thursday, according to a White House official.
“While in Jacksonville, the president will continue to talk about the cornerstones of middle-class security and discuss specifically how the House Republican budget approach poses a risk to the progress we’ve made in each area, including jobs, education, housing, and healthcare,” the official said.