In his yearly address to Congress, transmit live Tuesday night, Mr. Obama is expected to call for a government-led effort to perk up American education, novelty and infrastructure. While he will pay heed to voter torment about the ballooning $14-trillion (U.S.) federal debt, shortage lessening may be only one of quite a lot of main priorities outline in the talking.
The evenhanded message is one the White House hopes can rally the broad alliance of progressive and centrist voters needed to make sure Mr. Obama’s re-election in 2012.
It has its risks. In disagreement for the government’s mission to make sure American entrepreneurs are prepared to compete internationally could play into rehabilitated Republican efforts to brand Mr. Obama as a statist liberal.
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