WASHINGTON President Barack Obama's budget, unveiled with fanfare on Thursday, fails to deal with his biggest money problems. A molasses slow economic recovery will make it hard to find the huge sums he'll need to reach his biggest goals fixing health care, confronting climate change and overhauling the tax system without much deeper cuts than he is proposing in other programs. The White House's exercise in fiscal discipline this week amounts to micro cutting some proposals would trim half a percent of the overall budget and don't address the sacrosanct entitlements of Social Security and Medicare. His effort found a scant $17 billion in potential savings, suggesting that only a strong economy and its boost in government revenue can truly put a dent in the federal deficit and pay for his policy goals. Pushing an ambitious agenda during a tepid economic rebound will require money and presidential muscle that even the popular president might find in short supply. In just two months, the recession has proved to be deeper than the White House predicted when Obama submitted his 2010 budget outline. But the economy contracted by 6.1 percent in the first quarter, and economists inside and outside the government predict another, though smaller, contraction in the second quarter. Likewise, the White House anticipated unemployment of 8.1 percent this year and slightly less next year. But unemployment is already at a 25 year high of 8.5 percent and is expected to climb when new numbers are announced today. A slow recovery heading into the 2010 midterm congressional elections will probably make Democratic lawmakers especially cautious. What does that mean for the president's agenda? "It doesn't improve chances," said Sen. Ben Nelson of Nebraska, a moderate Democrat. "It might dampen some enthusiasm about trying to find a health care solution that costs money." Over the first 100 days of Obama's presidency, the nation has shown patience with his approach toward the economy. Over time, the public will watch three key numbers: unemployment, the stock market and the deficit. In the short term, only the stock market might offer some relief as workers see value return to their 401(k) accounts. But unemployment could reach 10 percent next year, according to some estimates. And the deficit, which the administration has predicted will reach nearly $1.2 trillion, will dip only to $533 billion in 2013, according to the president's own February projections. In March, the Congressional Budget Office offered a bleaker prediction: a deficit of $672 billion in 2013 under the president's policies. The latest Associated Press GfK poll indicates that 41 percent of those surveyed disapprove of Obama's handling of the deficit, his highest disapproval rating on any subject polled. Other surveys say that the public is particularly attuned to government spending and the amount of red ink in the budget, a sign of restlessness that could pose a problem ahead. Obama would like to couple the ideas of deficit cutting and health care overhaul. He says the overhaul, costing more than $630 billion over 10 years, is the answer to spiraling costs in Medicare and Medicaid. "The big ticket, that's health care," said Jared Bernstein, Vice President Joe Biden's chief economist. "That's where some of our real savings come from in the longer term." As for the economy, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke predicted it will begin growing again this year, citing improved home sales, increased consumer spending and signs of improved lending conditions. But he said activity will remain below normal and "only gradually gain momentum." Unemployment, which typically lags behind a recovery, "could remain high for a time, even after economic growth resumes," he said. At a private luncheon, he told Senate Republicans that he projected 2 percent GDP growth in 2010, according to Sen. John Ensign, R Nev. That assessment reinforces the "glimmers of hope" with which Obama and his team have begun to promote the economy. But it also underscores the difficulties Obama will have persuading Congress, even one dominated by his party, to put new potential stresses on the economy while it is still getting back on its feet. "The problem, the challenge for the administration, is they don't just need tolerance or slack from the public, they need sufficient support to drive very difficult policies through Congress," said Robert Shapiro, chairman of Sonecon, an economic advisory firm. The economy may well not cooperate. Analysts often talk about a U shaped recovery, where the economy moves strongly upward after a bottom dwelling period. But this recovery, as described by John Silvia, chief economist at Wachovia Corp., could look more like a Nike swoosh, with only a gradual return to normal. White House budget chief Peter Orszag said Thursday that the administration sees no need to adjust its ambitions based on a changing picture. "We have not changed policies," he said. "There are a whole variety of proposals that we put forward in February. The world has evolved a bit since then. We have incorporated those proposals in the new document as a matter of principle." 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The 6 foot 1, 160 pound left hander, who plays up in age on Boo Williams' 17 and under AAU team, has drawn raves from recruiting analysts for his recent play. "Probably one of his strongest attributes is his speed and quickness. He has an extra gear. He's just a playmaker. He makes things happen on the court he does a phenomenal job of dribble penetrating and kicking to open teammates. And he has the ability to take it to the rim where he's really crafty because he can use either hand really well." Coleman said he has been told by Bennett and Virginia assistant coach Jason Williford that he is a priority. "I have a lot of respect for Tony Bennett and Coach Williford," Coleman said, "but I'm still open right now. I'm still young. I've got a long way to go." Coleman's first scholarship offer came from Old Dominion and former Virginia head coach Jeff Jones a little over a year ago. Bennett offered just a couple weeks later. Since then, Virginia Tech, VCU and Cincinnati have come calling. Coleman is set to play in ODU's Elite Camp Saturday. In August, he plans to return for Virginia's. Between now and then, Coleman's offers figure to pour in especially after next month's Peach Jam, (the big AAU event). Coleman, by far the youngest player on the Boo Williams squad, is the starting point guard. His teammates include Chris Clarke, Kenny Williams, Marcus Evans, Justin Robinson and DeShawn Corprew. "I've been working at better on ball defense, having quick feet," Coleman said. "Playing against the older guys in the [Nike Elite Youth Basketball League], you're going to need to that because there are guys bigger and stronger. And I've been working on off the ball [defense] too." Coleman's favorite NBA player has always been Chris Paul. "I like him because he's the type of player who just makes everyone around him better," said Coleman, who is hoping to attend Paul's camp later this summer. "I've seen him make plays where he has a wide open layup, but he'll throw it back out to get his other guys to finish." Coleman, who has recently drawn interest from Florida and Ohio State, said one of the schools he has heard the most from lately is VCU. He said he has enjoyed his talks with Rams coach Shaka Smart. "He's just like, 'I really like your game, I think you're the best point guard in your class and I think that you can be the general if you come here,'" Coleman said. That begs the question: Which style of play does Coleman prefer? After all, Smart's system is vastly different than Bennett's. "I think I'm very strong in the open court and on the fast break and in transition," Coleman said. "[I like a system] that will just let me play screen and roll, get other guys open and be able to make players around me better." Virginia has at least one in with Coleman his mother is a UVa alum. And Coleman was at JPJ this past season for Virginia's epic win over Syracuse that netted the program its first outright ACC regular season title since 1981. "It opened my eyes because I was able to witness something like that because I had never witnessed something like that," Coleman said. "It was just like, 'Wow, this could be me,' but you never know which school, though." A wild card could wind up being North Carolina the school Coleman grew up cheering for. For now, Coleman is just enjoying the ride. "It still hasn't hit me yet all these schools are calling you and want you at their college," he said. "But I'm just going to wait it out and see how everything goes. "Your dream school might be the one that offers you last, you never know." One thing is much more certain: Coleman figures to get an invite to the NBPA Top 100 Camp in the very near future. 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