Freudian slip, or letting the cat out of the bag?
“Three, four, five, six, seven years from now, if I do a good job as a Vice President — I’m sorry, as Senator, I’ll have the chance to do all sorts of things,” Rubio said today.
I’m heavily skeptical of this plan:
The Obama administration is looking for states that will experiment with unemployment insurance programs by letting people test a job while still receiving benefits.
The plan is a key feature of a payroll tax cut package that President Barack Obama negotiated with congressional Republicans in February.
At first glance, this seems to be a bit contradictory, but it does sort of make sense:
President Obama holds a thin 46 percent to 42 percent lead over former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney in a Quinnipiac University national poll released Thursday, even as voters give the Republican a major edge on such key issues as the economy, jobs and gas prices.
The president has a ten-point edge with women voters, 49 percent to 39 percent. But Mr. Romney is viewed as better on a number of pocketbook issues that both sides agree could be critical come November. On the economy, according to the survey, voters rate Mr. Romney as the better candidate by 56 percent to 38 percent.