Where the rubber meets the road, free enterprise & common good, the debate needs to stop: Speaker Boehner Reacts to President Obama’s Jobs Council Endorsing GOP Approach to Job Creation | Speaker of the House John Boehner | speaker.gov


Speaker Boehner Reacts to President Obama’s Jobs Council Endorsing GOP Approach to Job Creation | Speaker of the House John Boehner | speaker.gov.

Saw this on Facebook today on the Speaker’s Page – had to comment & now sharing here for our audience!

More posturing! We must ask: How many jobs for the homeless will be created by the Republican agenda? Do the homeless need more support before they can be competitive in today’s job market?

Cannot like Office of Speaker Boehner‘s post until the answers to those questions are posted, nor can we support the Republican agenda until they address this issue with pumping up the free enterprise system like their leading candidate is doing! See this post for our position here: http://bit.ly/zRyz5D – that’s our post earlier today on:

It’s not free markets that are on trial, it’s the 1%’s management & use of them that needs our attention!

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One Response to Where the rubber meets the road, free enterprise & common good, the debate needs to stop: Speaker Boehner Reacts to President Obama’s Jobs Council Endorsing GOP Approach to Job Creation | Speaker of the House John Boehner | speaker.gov

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