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Barbara Boxer For Senator!
SENATOR BARBARA BOXER IS A PROMINENT ASSET FOR CALIFORNIA WHO HAS BEEN FOCUSING ON GETTING THE PEOPLE BACK TO WORK. SHE IS ALSO A STRONG VOICE FOR THE AMENDMENT TO THE PATIENT & PROTECTION AND AFFORDABLE CARE ACT FOR WOMEN.
What make Senator Barbara Boxer stand out in the Senate race is that she is not the aggressive liar like her Republican opponents. And not because she is not going all out aggressively doesn't mean she is not focusing her interests toward the people of California. It just mean that she spent more of her time getting things together that needed to be done in order to get the people of California back to work. And to build our State economic foundation stronger so that it can regain back it's prosperity status that the Republicans have destroy.
California has fallen backward because the so-call leaders, Republicans fail to put the American people first and foremost before politics.
Senator Barbara Boxer has been in the Senate for some-time because she always put the people of California first before politics. Republicans go around spending millions of dollars on deceitful ADS, and there is no real substance behind those big campaign spending.
When Senator Barbara Boxer will begin her campaign, she will be spending her money on honesty and integrity with substance to prove that she is not just an empty barrel making a lot of noise like her opponent Republicans who do not have nothing much to show what they have done to help the people of California in these difficult times.
One of Senator Barbara Boxer top priorities in the United State Senate is creating jobs. That is why She supported the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, which has already created and saved more than 2 million jobs. She has been working every day to enact a jobs agenda in which is about to take effect.
As Chairman of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee (EPW), Senator Barbara Boxer has been working to make California the biggest job creator. As with our economy new clean energy that is now in progress will create thousands of jobs; rebuilding our roads, bridges, highways water and transit systems. She has also worked with her other Senators colleagues to introduce legislation to help small Businesses get the loans and tax breaks they need to expand and to create millions more jobs across America.
On February 24, 2010, the Senate passed the Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment (HIRE) Act, the first in a series of bills to create jobs. This vote was a breakthrough that should send a signal of hope to the families of America. As this was a great sign of hope for the many Americans.
Senator Barbara Boxer and her other Democrat Senators colleagues always put jobs first before politics.
As Chairman of EPW, she also led the successful effort to include key infrastructure investments in this bill. As a result, the HIRE Act will extend the current federal highway bill and the Build America Bonds program, thereby enabling California and other cash-strapped states to save or create well over a million jobs by moving forward with much-needed projects to build and repair our highways, roads, and bridges.
Senator Barbara Boxer has also spoke on the Senate floor in support of legislation to improve coverage of women preventative health services and lower the costs of health care for women. This amendment to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act would require all health plans to cover comprehensive women preventative care and screenings – and to cover these recommended services at no cost to women. The Senate passed the Mikulski amendment on December 3, 2009 by a vote of 61 to 39.
Senator Barbara Boxer is a very important asset to California especially in the critical condition that our State is in. This is not a time for politics drama as this something that Senator Barbara Boxer strongly abhor. She is more focus and concern for the people of American and getting them back to work and to restoring our economic.
Senators like Barbara Boxer is what our Nation need, so please continue your support for her as she is one of our Nation's greatest asset.
FOR SENATOR BARBARA BOXER, "THE AMERICAN PEOPLE FIRST!"
PLEASE SUPPORT SENATOR BARBARA BOXER FOR SENATE
AMERICA NOW KNOWS WHAT THE "BUMP" IN THE ROAD LOOKS LIKE
The White House downplayed a disappointing May jobs report Friday that showed unemployment inched up to 9.1 percent, with President Obama’s chief economist Austan Goolsbee calling the latest number one of the “bumps on the road to recovery.”
Labor Department data released Friday morning revealed a slish economy that added just 54,000 jobs — far less than April’s 244,000 increase.
Mr. Goolsbee said unemployment is still “unacceptably high,” but defended the president’s economic policies as having staved off an even worse outcome.
“The initiatives put in place by this administration — such as the payroll tax cut and business incentives for investment — have contributed to solid employment growth overall this year, but this report is a reminder of the challenges that remain,” wrote Mr. Goolsbee, chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers, in a blog post on the White House website.
The poor jobs picture has dogged Mr. Obama since his inauguration, and helped propel Republicans in the 2010 elections to control of the House and to significant gains in the Senate.
Now, with Congress divided, both sides traded blame for the weakening numbers.
“Under President Obama’s watch, Washington has tied the hands of small business owners with regulations that have made it harder to grow, and has spent money that it doesn’t have, leading to sustained unemployment over 8 percent and a national debt of more than $14 trillion,” said House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, Virginia Republican. “It is astounding that despite the warning signs and economic indicators, President Obama and congressional Democrats still have failed to offer any concrete plan to create jobs, reduce our debt or grow our economy.”
But Mr. Goolsbee warned that monthly jobs numbers are volatile, and are often revised later.
“It is important not to read too much into any one monthly report,” he said.
He also said the new report shows the private sector has added jobs for 15 straight months, for a total of 2.1 million, which he said is a good “overall trajectory.”
Mr. Obama is likely to address the jobs report in remarks later Friday at a Chrysler plant in Toledo, Ohio.
Democrats on Capitol Hill said the poor employment picture shows Republicans have been too focused on cutting spending and have not spent enough time backing government policies that produce jobs.
“While we can’t wave a wand and magically bring down the unemployment rate, policymakers can and must continue to invest in innovation, education and our nation’s infrastructure,” said Sen. Bob Casey, Pennsylvania Democrat and chairman of Congress’s Joint Economic Committee.
Still, the $830 billion Recovery Act, which Mr. Obama signed into law in 2009, failed to meet initial expectations, and has soured many lawmakers’ appetite for more government spending to boost the economy.
Before the stimulus passed, the White House projected it would ensure that unemployment would never top 8 percent, and said by May 2011 the rate would have dropped below 7 percent.
Instead, the rate has ticked up three tenths of a percent in the last two months, once again exceeding 9 percent.
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