After promising time and time again to focus on jobs.
After promising time and time again to pivot to jobs.
After promising time and time again to give a jobs plan speech right after his Martha's Vineyard vacations.
After promising new fresh proposals, not a rehash of plans he has pitched previously.
After demanding time and time again before a joint session that Congress pass his [stimulus] bill.
After demanding time and again at a campaign rally in Richmond that Congress pass his [stimulus] bill.
President Obama hasn't yet provided Congress the [stimulus] bill.
This inconvenient truth was made clear during the press gaggle, Obama's Press Secretary Jay Carney, conducted yesterday on board Air Force One, while en route to Obama's taxpayer-funded campaign rally in Richmond, Virginia:
Q Jay, how does the President expect Congress to act on the bill now if the pay-fors aren’t going to be decided until late November, if at all?
MR. CARNEY: I think you misunderstood, Julie. The President will put a bill before Congress early next week -- the American Jobs Act -- and it will contain the pay-fors in it.
That right, President Obama doesn't even plan to send the [stimulus] bill to Congress until next week.
Yeah right, pass this [stimulus] bill, pass it now.