The article pays special attention to the projections for Obama's SOTU address, as well as comparing his speech to the speech of former President, George W. Bush. A key point is made by the bar graph that conveys the fact that the President will spend a considerable amount of time on the economy, spending much less time on education.
The article altogether had a really interesting viewpoint because it broke down Asian Americans even more based on their religious affiliation and how that affected their political views. The article basically conveys the the dichotomy in the political views of the Asian population, and the most interesting part (for me) was the correlation between religion and political leanings.
Politico has dubbed the negative growth numbers “Obama’s GDP headache,” calling it “bad news for Obama” because it contradicts the president’s “we’re-finally-roaring-back-narrative.” CNBC analyst Rick Santelli was more blunt. “We are now Europe,” said Santelli. “When you act like Europe, you get growth rates like Europe."
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