Saturday, March 28, 2015

Poll: Intransigent Congress, impatient president

Using his executive powers, President Obama is moving ahead with programs designed to aid homeowners whose mortgages exceed the present value of their homes, and college students burdened by debt when they graduate.

Poll: Intransigent Congress, impatient president

Using his executive powers, President Obama is moving ahead with programs designed to aid homeowners whose mortgages exceed the present value of their homes, and college students burdened by debt when they graduate.

It's a strategy the president is adopting after Congress failed to reach agreement on his jobs bill. What do you think of the tactic?

Cast your vote now.

 

Is it good for President Obama to use executive powers after Congress ignored his jobs bill?
About time, given Republican obstructionists on Capitol Hill
Even Democrats objected, so president should work harder with Congress
By picking targets for aid, Obama can help the most people, the soonest
Hoping for a broader fix for the economy, not rifle-shot approach


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