- The Washington Times - Sunday, March 22, 2009

WASHINGTON (AP) - “Incredibly confident.”

That’s how one of President Barack Obama’s economic advisers feels about the prospects for White House policies getting the economy on the right track within in a year.

Christina Romer says the administration “absolutely” thinks its approach to reviving the struggling economy will do the job. Romer heads the president’s Council of Economic Advisers and says she feels very confident that one year from now, there will be signs the economy is turning around.

Romer does say that it will take longer for the economy to get back to normal.

Romer was interviewed on “Fox News Sunday.”

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