Obama’s Belief in Government as a Solution

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Obama's Belief in Government as a Solution
While President Obama does not state that the government is the problem that affects America, President Obama does state, “Today, I say to you that the challenges we face are real. They are serious and they are many. They will not be met easily or in s short span. But I know this, America: They will be met.” President Obama believes that the government is the solution in an economy that is struggling. President Obama’s actions speak clearly how the government can and needs to be the solution.
“In his inaugural speech, President Obama states that the only way to help the economy is to take action. President Obama, from the moment that he was elected president, began considering the best solutions...
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.....rnment being a solution in the needs of American.
In the past, presidents have believed that the government is the problem. President Obama believes the government can be the solution to many problems that the nation has. The president has worked to find ways to make the government a solution. President Obama has kept his campaign promises that show how the government can be a solution.
References
Cillizza, Chris. “Obama Bets Big on Big Government.” Washington Post.com. 8 January 2009. <http://voices.washingtonpost.com/thefix/white-house/obama-bets-big-on-big-governme.html>. (14 April, 2010).
“Obama’s Inaugural Speech.” CNN.com. 1 January 2009. <http://www.cnn.com/2009/POLITICS/01/20/obama.politics/index.html>. (14 April, 2010).