More Obama Meat
Although it seems the MSM has decided Obama doesn't have enough policy proposal, he seems to be one of the most, if not the most, policy oriented candidates on the campaign trail. Here's a snippet from a recent speech.
He also answered a union teacher's question about school vouchers by saying that he doesn't support them, but then volunteered that he backs charter schools. After acknowledging the audience's lack of applause for that stance, Obama explained that he wants to promote creativity and experimentation within public schools rather than see money siphoned from them.
"In addition to putting more money into the system, we're going to have to think more innovatively about, 'What are we teaching?' " Obama said. "We've got to adopt some of those best practices and apply them to the school system."
Jessie Phillips, a Communications Workers of America steward from Trenton, said some of Obama's comments surprised her.
"But I think it's brave of a candidate to come here and say some of those things," she said. "I more strongly lean toward him now."
Does anybody believe that Romney would ever not pander to an audience?