Back in February, President Obama was criticized for saying “you don’t blow a bunch of cash on Vegas” in tough economic times. He also commented in a townhall meeting that corporations shouldn’t use federal bailout money for trips to Las Vegas.
According to the reports, the Vatican bank had neglected to communicate to financial authorities where the money had come from.
This woman, emblematic of an Obama voter, is obviously growing weary of his rhetoric, as rhetoric doesn’t put food on her table and educate her children.
He pointed to private sector employment – only 9% of jobs lost during the recession have come back – as an area of continued weakness.
“These large [holdings], in my opinion, are not worth it,” said Tang Zhe Zhe, a 25-year-old financial journalist with Caijing.com.cn, an Internet magazine.
Designed to promote financial literacy in high schools across the U.S., the game is available in English and Spanish. Download the free app for iPhones and iPads (HD) on iTunes. Play the Game.