After eight years of broken promises and empty rhetoric, it seems that Obama’s America is a far cry from the one he envisioned.
While he was a fine orator and charismatic leader, Obama never seemed to have the strength of will to get things done. He can blame Republicans in Congress all he wants, but the bottom line is the Commander in Chief needs to be able to strategize, motivate, and inspire Americans and our leaders to do the best for our country.
Even conservative President George W. Bush was able to get support from democrats when he needed it.
Yet under Obama we’ve seen jobs leave the country, the economy flounder, and millions leave the work force.
Thankfully now there are signs that things are turning around.
From Yahoo News:
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Japanese electronics company Panasonic and U.S. electric car maker Tesla said Tuesday they plan to begin production of solar cells at a factory in Buffalo, New York.
The two companies said they finalized an agreement calling for Tokyo-based Panasonic to pay capital costs for the manufacturing. Palo Alto, California-based Tesla made a “long-term purchase commitment” to Panasonic.
Their statement gave no financial figures.
The factory in Buffalo is under development by SolarCity Corp., a San Mateo, California-based solar panel company owned by Tesla. The photovoltaic cells and modules will be used in solar panels for non-solar roof products and solar glass tile roofs that Tesla plans to begin making, the announcement said.
This is just one of many stories about jobs moving back or staying in a Trump America. While there is no direct sign that Trump had anything to do with this new deal, the news just happens to come out after he is elected President.
Perhaps it’s because Tesla and Panasonic know that under President Trump, they will have a favorable economic environment in the U.S., instead of those deals under Obama that made making products in this country impossible.
The deal will create 1,400 jobs, including 500 in manufacturing. That’s good news to the people in Buffalo and hopefully a sign of things to come.
President-elect Trump made bringing jobs back to the United States a major promise of his campaign. As an experienced business leader and expert negotiator, he can surely create deals that cause manufacturers to flock to this country.
He’s not even president yet and we’re seeing that happen.
Let’s hope this trend continues for years to come.
Source: Yahoo News