Obama Goes Forward With Jobs Plan, Though Jury Still Out On First One

While the nation suffers an unemployment rate of nearly 10 percent, Barack Obama spent last week talking about job creation with “civil rights” leaders — despite the fact that President Obama’s last job creation ideas haven’t even been properly analyzed, let alone proven to work.

The New York Times reports that President Obama met with Benjamin T. Jealous of the NAACP, Marc H. Morial of the National Urban League, and Reverend Al Sharpton on Wednesday to discuss “how the economic crisis was affecting all manner of poor people.” According to the article, the vast majority of the meeting was spent discussing “how to get Republican leaders to support Mr. Obama’s jobs proposals.”

Read more: Heritage Foundation


February 15, 2010 - Posted by | Uncategorized |

1 Comment »

  1. If Obama could have gotten ALL of the Democrats on board, he wouldn’t have to turn to the Republicans. Yet, he blames the stalling of his legislation on the Party of No (which really is the name for the blue dogs)

    Comment by MTR | February 15, 2010 | Reply

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