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Yeah. Huffington Post of all places listed their guys promises options for displaced workers Help community and small business development agencies Improve rural schools and availability of doctors Help organic farmers and promote regional food systems Give new farmers tax incentives Provide farmers capital and help rural small businesses Create rural revitalization program Improve high school graduation rates Double the number of high school students taking college level courses Double charter school funding Include more technology in public schools Provide tuition assistance to students who perform community service Recruit teachers and principals Recruit science and technology teachers Provide pay raises for teachers and principals Pay tuition for students going into teaching Increase Head Start and Early Start Create Classroom Corps Double funding for after-school programs Improve No Child Left Behind Lower dropout rate Provide incentives for rural teachers Increase assistance to land-grant colleges End American dependence on foreign oil in ten years Increase number of plug-in hybrid cars Double renewable energy within four years Reduce electricity demand by 15 percent in ten years Cap carbon emissions Create new green-collar jobs Help U.S. automaker adapt Reduce oil consumption Help manufacturers go green Double clean-energy funding Create Green Jobs Corps Invest $10 billion per year in clean technologies fund Increase money for low-carbon coal technologies Push cellulosic ethanol Create energy-efficiency grant program Provide universal health care Spend $10 billion a year on implementing electronic health system Expand nurse-family partnership program Help individuals purchase private health insurance Expand eligibility for Medicaid and SCHIP Address women's health issues Establish loan forgiveness program for rural doctors and nurses Help homeowners Create an affordable-housing trust Protect New Orleans Invest $60 billion in infrastructure Invest in rural infrastructure Invest $1 billion in transitional jobs programs Provide every American broadband access Expand high-speed Internet access in rural area Support a global education fund Increase funding to train police to gather intelligence Expand Army and Marine Corps Provide soldiers with necessary equipment Target every source of fear in the Americas Create information declassification center Ensure military has enough training Strengthen civilian agencies Give National Guard appropriate equipment, rest Create international anti-terrorism network Make cyber-security a federal priority Update Veterans Affairs hospital system Ensure all veterans are covered Ensure adequate number of mississippi clinics Increase housing assistance Fully fund mississippi Improve military's mental health screening and care Improve care for various injuries and women's health through mississippi Reverse 2003 ban on enrolling low-income veterans
No I don't. I am sure his web site has what he has said though. If Obama is to bridge the gap between the right and the left, conservative and liberal, Democrat and Republican, he is going to have to facilitate compromise between the two. Neither will get everything they want. But if he can bring us together instead of dividing us further I can live with that. If it gets our economy on track I am more then alright with it. What we have now is nothing less then a tragedy.
The only promise I heard Obama make was that he was going to give the cold hard facts.... I never heard him say he was going to wave magic wand and make effects 20+ years of corporate rip offs go away. The financial crisis is not due to food stamp program. Or "welfare". It's due to regulations being removed from the way "BLUE CHIP" companies operate, allowing them to run economy into ground. The very same companies that went to the government begging for bail out after their swindles ran its course. And they were given the money...half of it has already been dispensed... to do with what they will...no strings attached...they can do whatever they want with the money and answer to no one
No but basically a a turkey on every table, a cadillac in every driveway and a welfare check in the mail.
Stop playing with yourself. If you want to see Obama's program, go to his website. It's essentially what it's always been. McCain made many more changes to his "beliefs."
Try reading a newspaper.
All presidents make promises. whats new about that?