Rep. Mike Honda (D-Calif.) argued in a op-ed on Tuesday that President Obama is improved for Silicon Valley than GOP challenger Mitt Romney since he’s committed to investing in immature appetite and improving math and scholarship education, observant those policies “will keep us during a forefront of all things tech.”
In a opinion square published on a San Jose Mercury News‘ tech blog SiliconBeat, Honda pronounced Obama’s skeleton to deposit in immature appetite benefaction a pivotal business event for Silicon Valley to renovate into “this country’s inaugural immature tech valley.”
Romney, on a other hand, “wants to hang with an appetite devise contingent heavily on hoary fuels, an aged and unwashed attention that will usually take us back instead of brazen in terms of healthier air, cleaner H2O and some-more a renewable and tolerable appetite mix,” Honda said.
Honda’s district is home to many high-tech powerhouses. Apple, Applied Materials and Intel all have their domicile formed in a district.
Honda, a former scholarship teacher, also stressed a significance of improving preparation in a supposed STEM fields–science, math, engineering and technology–and pronounced Obama “is a personality who sees what a destiny holds” in this area.
The California Democrat took a strike during Romney for selecting Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.) as his using mate, arguing this collect shows “how uncommitted he is on educating America’s workforce.” Honda pronounced underneath Ryan’s bill plan, a “workforce of tomorrow contingency make do with scarcely half a sovereign appropriation that we now persevere to education.”
California appears to be a protected win again for Obama going in this election, as a boss binds a far-reaching 14-point lead over Romney among expected electorate in a recent USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times poll.