Never in polls has one president experienced such highs and lows in job approval.
He aims to expand access to the remaining $350 billion in TARP funding.
Keynesian economics is being hailed as key to ending the collapse.
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Readers write about why President Bush may not be given a lot of credit, the need for Nicaragua to work with international donors, and how the time has come for compassion in Gaza.
Spending big on the economy is less risky than doing too little, he asserted Thursday.
Pentagon's generous budget is not likely to see cuts soon, even if Iraq war starts to wind down.
He’s likely to propose a credit of $500 per person to help stimulate the economy.