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In advance of a "major speech" on the economy and jobs, President Obama has selected Princeton University professor Alan Krueger to be chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers. Krueger is no relation to the horror film character Freddy Krueger, though if his ideas are implemented, they might further "slash" the economy.
President Obama has nominated Princeton University Professor Alan Krueger to be chairman of the White House Council of Economic Advisors. Saying that "I have nothing but confidence in Alan as he takes on this important role," Obama described him as one of the nation's leading economists.
Whether it was in a manufacturing plant or an elementary school, Obama was never without his trusty device. That’s probably why his most recent appointment of Alan Krueger (the Tim Geithner clone), is another result of not looking ahead.
Even the excessively reliable defender of the Administration, the Washington Post, admits that Obama's economic policies have led to a "crisis of confidence" among American consumers and businesses alike. His next chairman of the President's Council of Economic Advisers should ensure confidence fades.