Rev. Jesse Jackson on creating jobs in America
Which candidate has the best plan?
- Duration 4:56
- Date Jan 27, 2012
Which candidate has the best plan?
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It has been the major focus on the campaign trail getting Americans back to work right now the nation's unemployment rate stands at eight point 5%.
And it sits at nearly 16% for African Americans and for African American teenagers 41%.
Wow so how do we put people back to work let's talk to reverend Jesse Jackson the founder and president of the rainbow push polish born this morning.
That's the number one thing that they don't talk about it enough for the debates I blame CNN for not bringing up the jobs issued last night and mr.
used to -- -- and so I'm going to talk about that look.
When we come -- jobs forum for example on the -- -- are coming home.
They need direct jobs public works jobs share those -- can not wait for tax write off jobs those brother should have a -- place state.
Drop -- jobs and transportation it cannot happen in the wreck.
Secondly the issue of fast real that's such a gap between what the job -- -- off.
If you all the well thought -- will be -- a car.
-- at the -- on -- as you can get to the job.
And that its consumer before -- -- work out some Detroit in the job between Detroit and at -- but not within.
And so when people like Google could send back millions of dollars -- -- listen -- millions of dollars.
When you put faster of -- -- we can make the steel.
-- the real sure bill to trade couldn't connect.
-- river unity and important that you know the government the feds have said okay we're gonna give you all this money Fortis said we don't want it.
Out in California we were talking a couple of days ago about how they wanna spend a hundred billion dollars to go from Los Angeles to San Francisco high speed rail there's already realize there.
But there's only three million people a year who make that flight.
So I -- it becomes a question of the vast cost vs how many people -- -- you must you must be cost effective I mean.
It beaten Milwaukee is it gives them more attributed -- -- it enforced forwards.
The people that can't get -- -- that that spy for Israel and the music real adds about a home the people in the train.
Rebel heart -- causes is such a big deal OK so if there is strange you can you can treat people took the job but there aren't any jobs right.
Well that's not true -- that maybe three million go beyond the reach of people who spent some.
The Congressional Black Caucus the other actual -- -- They're for the thousands of children and at the fastest about 101000 got jobs that was that was -- Petraeus.
The -- dissolved into pursue the with the people could get to them -- -- real well Fred I mean face it popped the big deal man.
For the three million Americans for the -- get off would have secured.
If the million -- in poverty sure what the -- -- food samples poverty on the minds.
Health -- and even in the even dreams right.
The American dream and it's it's just out of the grasp of a lot of -- -- -- because you know we spent all that money in the stimulus and we were told it would never if if we paid all that money you wouldn't go above nor eight and it went well let's put that gets from that Mitt GM's previous month -- back.
Paula price of about placement back before time that they -- Baltimore the minister don't -- there.
All we will lose in 1000 jobs a month -- released to stop the hemorrhaging jobs that there's a net gain of jobs.
Some in the name -- not enough stimulus but the fact is we -- -- hemorrhaging loss of jobs.
My concern that that we -- capital.
But what wasn't -- right so we've plants are closing job leaving.
Drugs and guns coming the must be some plan for reconstruction -- That we read -- Presley you think the government needs to get.
Involved in a bigger way to create a lot of jobs it -- Roosevelt and in -- and -- -- direct jobs has a lot of meaning.
You pay people people who get paid when they were it.
Are you people not to work very tall for middle -- the inner city youth what does that mean it means -- -- becomes a hotel.
To become -- homeless to lessen the home until about two weeks ago and see people come of that.
All -- that for the collapse in the shelter worked they've been hawking newspapers or so from the corners and mix them -- shopper they can afford appearance.
About African Muslim veterans who all -- -- -- with no place to go -- -- women and children -- this idea of reviving.
You'll public -- access to jobs -- no evidence to go forward right in this or Begin with suggesting.
There -- some well probably -- people suggesting he suggests you and that he -- that work ethic.
They'll probably they'll issue.
Those kids -- workers workshops if you know when when.
-- has come out of school have a choice of college.
Call a job McCain found in the military that's a job kids who work at the TSA workers about after it's out there was talk about -- debate.
If he was clearly didn't -- choke line publicly -- it.
-- and their parents have a job.
They need the official -- reverend Jesse Jackson we thank you very much the jobs jobs jobs we need more of what have you got some good ideas -- American electorate that answer that.