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Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Obama "heartbroken" that any children are without a roof over their heads

AP reports, At a time when millions of Americans are losing their jobs and their homes, President Barack Obama says he's "heartbroken" that any children are without a roof over their heads.

Obama says the "most important thing" that he can do for those children is make sure that their parents have jobs. And he again pointed to his plan to save or create 3.5 million jobs through his economic stimulus package.

He says in the meantime, he wants to work with states to help those who are "falling through the cracks."

And the president told reporters at a Tuesday evening news conference that there needs to be a "change in attitude" in the country, so that it isn't seen as "acceptable" for children and families to be homeless.

Hmmm... Well The Rude Pundit has been following this issue, check out what the Rude Pundit has to say:

"Obama's answer, a combination of sorrow for the poverty and restatement of his budget proposals as they relate to jobs and veterans, was pretty much what you'd expect, the non-committal commitment of a politician trying to negotiate this savage landscape in and out of Washington. Of course, there's a reality behind this that makes the seemingly exaggerated question appear that it's understating the case." More HERE

This is Nickelsville in Seattle:


That's the Reno skyline in the background (this could have been a Vegas photo, too):


This orderly set-up is in Pinellas Park, Florida:


And here's the place made famous by Oprah, Sacramento's Tent City:


AAPP: Yes Rude Pundit is right, "Obama's answer, a combination of sorrow for the poverty and restatement of his budget proposals as they relate to jobs and veterans, was pretty much what you'd expect." You see, everyone is beginning to see the deception.

Want more? Check out the Rude Pundit HERE


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