WASHINGTON (CNN) – “How's it playing in Peoria?”
President Obama and faithful readers of the CNN Political Ticker will soon find out. Obama is heading to the prototypical middle American town on Thursday to talk about... you guessed it, the economy.
It will be a homecoming of sorts as Obama heads to his home state for this event, as well as another in the Illinois state capital of Springfield.
Odds are good that Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood will join the president on this trip. LaHood, who is playing a big role in helping to sell this economic plan, represented Peoria for seven terms as a Republican congressman.
I have never seen this country in such terrible condition. What
the people in Washington need to do , first is to except the
President, and work with helping to turn it around. When Bush
was in the White House, you never heard so much of not working
together. President Obama didn't make this mess, but he is trying
to help so many people to get their jobs, Health Care, and Homes,
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