First, he addressed the need for more Americans to be trained as scientists and engineers who can make America technologically and, hence, economically competitive with the rest of the world, again. He supposedly relaxed the regulation on the stem cell research, in this regard, also. He trumpeted the recovery jobs that would create jobs or funding for more American scientists and engineers. But, now, he seems to be pulling the plug on the very government funding that is required for realizing all these, especially when the private funding or investment for science and technology has been drastically reduced due to the recession. It seems he's just giving one big lip service after another! In 2012, I'm voting him OUT!