Matt Damon: I think Obama Has “Rolled Over to Wall Street Completely”

March 7, 2011 at 4:44 PM Leave a comment

Matt Damon:

President Obama’s record on the economy particularly rankles. “I think he’s rolled over to Wall Street completely. The economy has huge problems. We still have all these banks that are too big to fail. They’re bigger and making more money than ever. Unemployment at 10 per cent? It’s terrible.”

“They had a chance that they don’t have any more to stand up for things,” he says. “They’ve probably squandered that at this point. They’ll probably just make whatever deals they can to try to get elected again.”

(Via.)

Damon appears so disillusioned that, playing devil’s advocate, I ask whether he is considering voting Republican. “Good God, no! I just got a 3 per cent tax cut. Do you think I’m going to start a small business with that money? You’re out of your mind if you think so. I’m going to put it in the bank. So is every other guy that makes the kind of money I make. I don’t think that’s what’s best for the country. I think a stronger middle class makes for a stronger country.”

As well as the economy, Mr Obama’s record on education repels him. “They have to get people who actually know about educating kids in positions of power. Now they’re trying to get business people to come and manage schools like they’re factories. It’s not going to work.”

Sadly, I couldn’t agree more.

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