It seems that President Obama is walking a tight rope in Florida. Looking for budget cuts for NASA, he has come under fire for his decision to cancel the Constellation program, which would shuttle Americans into space and return America to the moon.
We have two problems butting heads here: One is the problem of lost jobs in Florida, and the other is the need for budget cuts.
There is no doubt that the cancellation of the program would cost jobs, but on the other hand, do we really need to maintain a space station and go back to the moon? Weigh in with your comments.