On the CNN Wire blog, one of the authors had the audacity to say that Obama was being centrist in his speech today:

the question we ask today is not whether our government is too big or too small, but whether it works – whether it helps families find jobs at a decent wage, care they can afford, a retirement that is dignified.

Pardon me?!?! It is not the government’s job to find anyone a job, help them pay for health care, or pay for their retirement! Just because he throws in the bit about government being too big or too small does not make him a centrist, nor his ideas. He still thinks that the government should be taking care of our every need, and that is certainly not centrist…

1 Response

  1. What you wrote and what he said are to different things.

    You said “It is not the government’s job to find anyone a job”. Like you go to the “job line” and see what you get.

    He said “helps families find jobs at a decent wage”. To me that means unemployment and minimum wage type programs that do the right things for people. They “help” you but they don’t find you a job.

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