January 2, 2012

Where The Real Jobs Are

Editorial, New York Times

The Republicans believe they have President Obama in a box: either he approves a controversial Canadian oil pipeline or they accuse him of depriving the nation of jobs. Mr. Obama can and should push back hard. . .

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TAGGED: Economy, Keystone XL Pipeline, New York Times

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