POSTED: Tuesday, January 26, 2010 - 9:58am
UPDATED: Thursday, February 25, 2010 - 11:35am
President Obama proposed a set of middle class tax breaks that he will detail in his State of the Union Address on Wednesday. It's an effort to rebuild lost support among the Americans who put him in the White House, Steve Handelsman has the story for Washington.
Back in campaign mode, President Obama and Vice President Biden reiterated their basic promise, making sure working families have a voice in the White House. Since President Obama went to the White House, millions of those Americans have lost jobs and income and confidence in the President.
On Monday he proposed to double the child car tax credit for families earning under $85,000 dollar a year and to cap some student loan payments. Rebellious Democrats demand that the White House drop support for reconfirmation of Fed Chairman Ben Bernake. Democrat Beau Biden announced he won't run for his father's Delaware Senate seat in that could go Republican. Proof to some that the Obama Democrats need to rebuild support by recalibrating their message.