Can the next president help americans fix their economy?
President Obama thinks alternative energy jobs will "fuel" the recovery. Sales of the Nissan Leaf or Chevrolt Volt are weak. Unless gas prices become expensive enough, alternative energy will not catch on within the next ten years. Nobody knows exactly why gas prices are high. The housing market is weak too. Unemployment in the construction industry is 50%. Can the next president help americans fix their economy?
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THIS president is already doing that. And he will continue to do so until January 20, 2017.
Answered By: darrin b - 4/12/2012
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I don't think that's in the President's actual job description; both sides blame the President when the economy is bad but we haven't gotten to be the USSA yet and that's what it would take for the President(Premier?) to have that kind of power.
Answered By: Chris - 4/8/2012
The next president is Obama ... And he'll do much better than Grover Norquist's Criminal Enterprise; GOP INC.
Answered By: Skyzar - 4/8/2012
I doubt that very much.
Answered By: Salaam - 4/8/2012
Vote Ron Paul 2012... More
Answered By: Sairy - 4/8/2012
Here's the thing why are we blaming Obama for what Bush had done to this country for 8 years when Obama didnt put this country in a decade long war. Obama didnt put this country into a recession either to where unemployment is ridiculous. Gas prices are priced according to what a single barrel of oil goes for on the... More
Answered By: nabdullah2001 - 4/8/2012
As long as the next president is a real american and someone who honestly cares about this country...then maybe we can be helped. But he will have to be tough and take a few lumps and take responsibility now and then... More
Answered By: Maria - 4/8/2012
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