Obama Jobs Plan
August 16, 2011 by staff
Obama Jobs Plan, President Barack Obama is making a very bold step in the effort to end the problem of unemployment in the U.S. and be reelected for a second term.
Obama said Monday night at a town hall-style meeting in Iowa, which sent a joint legislative action to Congress when lawmakers return in September, pressure on lawmakers to approve, and the campaign against them if they do not cooperate .
It is a throwing down the gauntlet of politics, be sure to pay rewards if you can remove, but it sure will be expensive if not.
“I will be launching a very specific plan to boost the economy, create jobs and to control the deficit,” said Obama, the first day of a bus tour of three days in the Midwest. “And my attitude is:” Do it. ”
If members of Congress refuse to cooperate, as some did during the recent debt negotiations speak, Obama said, “the election (in 2012) will be very hard and the choice will be clear.”
It is the first time you turn embraced as the re-election talk and formally organize his campaign presidential race, and Obama addressed the main issue is already being attacked by Republican presidential candidates – the problem of U.S. unemployment.
Over the weekend, Gov. Rick Perry of Texas went after Obama on the high rate of unemployment in the United States formally announce his candidacy for president. On Monday, the leading Republican candidate Mitt Romney emphasized when talking to reporters that he is the best candidate to solve the unemployment problem in the United States.
Historically, U.S. presidents have difficulty being reelected, when unemployment is above eight percent. Therefore, Obama’s political challenge is clear, as unemployment remains at 9.1 percent two years after the official end of recession despite billions spent on the federal stimulus package.
The budget deficit is high, and 14500000000000, and many Americans can not find work. The results are the latest polls after the debt negotiations it was difficult to talk numbers show Obama slipping. However, Obama is determined not to accept any blame for the problem of unemployment and the U.S. economy to slow growth.
Is quick to criticize a Republican-led House “that do not seem willing to take difficult decisions to move America forward.” Obama suggested that policies speak effectively on issues such as budget cuts is cheap. Action is needed, he says.
“What is needed is action by Congress,” Obama said. “It’s time to stop the games. It’s time to put the country first.”
Obama gave no specific details of the plan, however, their commitment to pursue a package of jobs next month and pressure on legislators to pass or have your face “hard” and “clear” lines drawn in the elections 2012 is his most aggressive move yet in the field.
“The government and politics are two different things,” Obama said, speaking before a crowd at Cannon Falls, Minnesota, on Monday.
He cited examples of public school teachers, firemen, policemen, soldiers and relief workers, while throwing a jab at Republicans who are accusing Washington of holding back.
“That’s the government,” he said. “So do not be confused, as frustrated as is politics. Do not buy this notion that somehow the government is holding us back.”
U.S. President Barack Obama speaks during a town hall style event in the Seed Savers Exchange in Decorah, Iowa August 15, 2011. Republicans criticized Obama on taxes Monday in the launch of a bus tour of the Midwest to promote his job-growth strategy and move away from anger toward Washington might dent his 2012 re-election hopes.
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