Obama says he’ll spend ‘every minute of every day’ rebuilding economy
Is the president finally wrapping up his 2012 campaign and getting down to business? In a 40-minute interview conducted with the New York Times and published online today, a sometimes feisty President Obama said that he would not “sit around and twiddle [his] thumbs for the next 1,200 days” waiting for the GOP to get on board with his agenda.
What, then, is the president planning to do? In his weekly address, he assured the nation that his laser-like focus on jobs and the economy is for real this time, and he’ll spend every minute of every day doing everything he can to jump start the economy. With 1,200 days left, that’s nearly 2 million minutes dedicated to recovery.
Just to get it on the record one more time:
Something tells us the weather might factor into the president’s commitment to work every minute of every day.
Editor’s note: This post has been amended to remove a tweet that was inadvertently included.