September 8th, 2011
11:03 PM ET

Video: Carney: Obama is committed to jobs plan

Editor's note: W.H. press secretary Jay Carney says President Obama's jobs plan is paid for and that's what's important to Americans.

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  1. Tim Gibson

    Why did our annointed leader wait so long to attempt to help in the creation of jobs outside lip service. He is a day late and more than a dollar short and wasted so much time on what will be a failed attempt to create universal health care that will break the bank before it even begins and since Hillary is not running for President I will be going rouge with the republican party this time around.

    September 9, 2011 at 8:32 pm |
  2. Vic Mathis

    The dramatic differences between the Republican jobs plans when compared to President Obama's Job plans are vast.
    Obama announced a bold step forward for our Nation, A plan which provides money to "reboot" our nation from the bottom up. It intends to put us on a level where we can compete with other advanced nations rather than being left in the dust. From Educating our Children in better buildings to building better ports and airports. Americans do want Healthcare for everyone, not just a select few. Obama's plan covers the bases and allows us as a nation to grow.
    The republican plan seemed focused on tearing down what advances we have already fought hard to have. The wealthy don't need more wealth, America is made of working men and women who want a fair deal in life and to know that their children will be educated and have better Jobs than Mom and Dad.Ameircan's do want the best healthcare The republicans don't understand any of it.

    September 9, 2011 at 4:11 am |

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