Obama's calls his budget the change we need
President Obama said Saturday that his budget will battle special interests to expand health care, improve the education system, and combat pollution.
According the the New York Times, Obama said in his weekly radio and Internet address that this was the change Americans voted for in November, and he will fight for these changes in the weeks ahead.
Included in the $3.6 trillion budget for the 2010 fiscal year, Obama hopes to invest more in education, revamp industries to emit fewer pollutants and provide insurance for 40 million people who currently live without it.
He also hopes to shift more of the tax burden to people with higher incomes and reduce the income gap that has developed in recent years.
House Minority Leader John Boehner of Ohio said that the plan reflects the return of big government.
Mitt Romney a former Republican presidential candidate called said the plan will pull us towards the "government-dominated Europe"