The official White House blog touts the accomplishments of this administration:
.... In 2006, the median home price in the United States was $227,100. By May of this year, that price had fallen to $158,700.
Already, at least 5 million people have lost their homes due to foreclosure, and today, one in every three homes purchased is the product of a short sale or a foreclosed property.
Worse still, across the country, nearly 11 million owe more than their property is worth....
.... All of these factors have contributed to a climate where new homes are being built at the lowest rate since World War II and where homeowners feel trapped by financial circumstances outside their control....
The new Obama slogan - We Can't Wait - made its debut on this same White House blog today, with David Plouffe calling it a "mantra."
.... The issues facing Americans require serious bipartisan solutions, yet the Republicans in Congress have decided to put party before country and block legislation that would create jobs and grow the economy.
They blocked the Americans Jobs Act, a bill that independent experts said could create up to 2 million jobs. And again, just last week, Senate Republicans obstructed a piece of the American Jobs Act that would keep hundreds of thousands of firefighters on the job, police officers on the streets, and teachers in the classroom when our kids need them most.
At twitter, Conservatives immediately co-opted Obama's new slogan, much as they did his "Attack Watch" --
#WeCantWait for ATMs to stop killing all of our jobs
#WeCantWait for the Obama Admin to come up with another stupid hashtag for Republicans to hijack.
#WeCantWait for the day Obama decides he's raised enough money for his campaign.
#WeCantWait for the Obama campaign to replace this with a new slogan.
#WeCantWait any longer for Washington to get out of the way
#WeCantWait for answers on Solyndra
#WeCantWait for a real "Post-Racial" President
An administration that's been in office for three years is seriously using #wecantwait as a slogan?