(CNN) – In the latest installment of CNN=Politics Daily, the Obama administration unveiled a plan to buy toxic assets from banks to unclog jammed credit lines, but critics say it’s a risky move. Will the president’s plan help you acquire money for homes, cars, and small businesses, or will it be a multi-million dollar waste of money? CNN White House Correspondent Dan Lothian takes a look.
Plus: Is Afghanistan the new Vietnam? Republican Strategist Alex Castellanos and Democratic Strategist Steve McMahon talk about how the war could shape President Obama’s legacy in Monday’s Strategy Session.
Also: The Latin American leader who called President Bush the devil is now calling President Obama “ignorant.” CNN’s Zain Verjee has the story.
Finally: Whose anti-terror policy makes America safer? President Obama takes some heat from former Vice President Dick Cheney on closing Gitmo and the president fires back. Republican Strategist Alex Castellanos and Democratic Strategist Paul Begala “Talk Politics.”
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Cheney's afraid he's going to prison, and is trying to divert attention from his lawbreaking by feeding into the Rush and Hannity fear-mongering about Obama.
Again, its not about the average citizen but protecting big business. Obama's bailout keeps the real estate market calm, Wall Street happy, and the banks rewarded and paid off. This guys for change? Yeah, more change in big business' pockets. What a farce! The blind liberals should open their eyes! They just bought that fancy wrapped EMPTY box from Lets Make a Deal!
I don't think that what Dick Cheney says can be taken seriously – I mean,who takes a War Criminal seriously.
How dare hugo chavez, criticize my President how dare he, hugo is a idiot. President Obama is nowhere ignorant, and for him to say that he's just plain ole ignorant hisself.
And you're insane, Chavez.
Im sorry Chavez but if President Obama were 'ignorant', then he wouldn't be President of the United States
Iran and Venezuela.
I can already feel the love?