President Barack Obama releases the 2014 Fiscal Plan Budget in Assembly

In his 2013 State of the Union address, President Obama said that we must endow in the true engine of America’s economic enlargement a rising and flourishing middle class.  He said that every day, we necessities ask ourselves these three questions:  "How do we invite more jobs to our shores? How do we provide our people with the skills needed to do those jobs? And how do we make sure that hard work leads to a honest living?"
This morning the President sent assembly his Budget for Fiscal Year 2014, which presents his plan to address every of these questions. He also spoke to the press about his suggestion in the Rose Garden, and said that while our economy is balanced for progress, we need to get smarter about our precedence as a nation.

President Obama's budget also replaces the across-the-board expenditure cuts known as the confiscate with smarter ones, making long-term reforms, eliminating definite waste and programs that are no longer needed.

And finally, because he is willing to make tough choices and severe about finding common ground to additional reduce the deficit, President Obama's budgets integrate his negotiation offer he made to House Speaker Boehner that achieves another $1.8 trillion in discrepancy reduction in a balanced way.