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Fix Chat: The Politics of Obama's Economic Vision

The Fix and the Atlantic's Megan McArdle are taking part in a live online chat -- moderated by NPR's David Gura -- today at 2:45 p.m.

Thanks to some handy-dandy technology, you can follow our conversation below. If you have questions you want us to answer or thoughts you want us to address feel free to leave them in the Fix comments section.

By Chris Cillizza  |  March 25, 2009; 2:30 PM ET
Categories:  Fix Notes , White House  
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President Obama’s economic plan for our country is in the best interest of the American people in my opinion. Especially for a problem that he inherited, I sincerely commend and applaud him on his plan. Our country need to be mindful that it will not be an easy journey, yet together on one accord with all aboard in a mindset to be each other’s brother’s keeper, we must exercise and adhere to something less we will continue to fall for anything. President Obama have more heart then the cowards whom oppose the plan because at least he shows concern and respect for the people to want every one to do the right thing that we all may contribute to restoring our country. This country was not granted to only one sector of people but it was granted to all by the Creator.

Posted by: Nisey01 | March 25, 2009 8:16 PM | Report abuse

Anything to keep the American public in disarray. However, I applaud President Obama on his first 65 days in office. Reason so is because dealing with this devastating economy that he his inherited from the previous administration, he’s no doubt associating and delivering his best expertise to combat it. The “politics as usual” escapade is no doubt stubborn but in order for our country to survive they will have to come on one accord, unite and do the right thing for a country whom they confess to love and to forward a prosperous future for their future generations. Clinging to their selfish and greed innuendos will only further destruct our devastating economy worst.

Posted by: Nisey01 | March 25, 2009 8:07 PM | Report abuse

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