obama jobs plan

Obama's reliance on his executive powers and his bully pulpit — at the White House it's called his "pen-and-phone" strategy
President Barack Obama will visit an Amazon fulfillment center in Chattanooga, Tenn., on Tuesday as part of his national jobs tour, according to the White House.
An Amazon fulfillment center is a logical venue for the president to talk about job growth. To meet growing demand, the company
The lack of stimulus since the initial package -- aside from the repeated extensions of long-term unemployment insurance
Regarding the election, this news isn't likely to have much of an impact. There are very few undecided voters left and as this change was no shocker in either direction, it won't likely change any minds right or left.
The bastion of high finance, the IMF, has come out against austerity. Can Mitt be far behind? Look forward to the next debate, when Romney's new "etching" will no doubt have him denouncing the president for his jobs program, while suddenly offering up his own version to get the economy going.
With interest rates at a historic low, and a huge supply of surplus skilled labor, it's hard to imagine a better time than now for the U.S. to borrow a lot of money to strengthen its infrastructure.
"What was most interesting is how he reacted to the spirit of the thing, because his statement was, 'We don't need any more