He also believes the richest people in the country are all that make any difference, and forget the rest of us.
Since the Republican House has made its priority after the 2010 election to make sure Obama would be a one-term president, it is no wonder Obama could not make more progress in the last four years. The Republican House voted no on issues they knew would be good for our country, but they simply wanted to make things difficult for President Obama.
If people feel our country is in bad shape now (and it is), just remember it is always harder to get out of a disastrous situation than it is to get into one.
It may take more than eight years to get out of a situation that the Bush administration put us into in eight years.
Even if President Obama is re-elected, the Republican House must change and stop the things they have done in the last four years. If not, I believe we are headed for a major depression.
Our government needs to do what is best for our nation, instead of worrying about which party will win the next election, and think about the future of the greatest country in the world, the USA.
Why not just make SC Middle better?
About John Adams Middle School overcrowding, instead of a very unpopular redistricting or costly expansion of JA, a much better remedy would be to improve South Charleston Middle School.
The school board should consider the cost of investing in more teachers, teacher training, coaching sessions and any other means of improving student performance in South Charleston and determine what could be achieved for the same annual cost as expanding JA. I expect that more students would benefit if the money were spent on instruction rather than buildings.