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Congressional Republicans are trying to shift the focus now the focus of the debate over the economy from Medicare reform to jobs.
-- course not -- with Callaway looks at the new strategy and how it's going over.
Flanked by freshman Republicans who've owned small businesses.
House speaker John Boehner today hone his party's message with a new Republican plan for job growth.
It builds on our pledge to America.
And the legislation for the legislative action that were already taking a this year to create jobs.
-- the Democrats continue to block.
The plan comes more than two years after democratic led congress passed the Obama stimulus program and as the economy still struggles to gain steam.
Evidenced by the report the people seeking unemployment benefits rose by 101000 last week to a seasonally adjusted 424000.
The Obama recovery.
Is and we guess we've had in the post war era.
It is -- times weaker.
-- the weakest recovery dating back to 1973.
As measured by the pre recession.
Most of the job creation ideas proposed by Republicans today have not been codified -- legislation.
But would impose among other things but 45% top tax rate on corporations and individuals 10% less than today's to operate.
It would tax multi national corporations only on money earned in the US and it would also mandate higher domestic energy production.
Fewer government regulations and it would simplify patent and -- systems.
Today's announcement comes two days after Democrat -- hopeful.
Won a special election in New York's two point six congressional district but democratic victory that stunned Republicans and which Democrats are framing with comments like this.
Republican plan to kill Medicare is a plan that tries to balance the budget literally on the backs from America's seniors.
This is a clear window and the other other party's priorities -- For Republicans hope today's announcement slows any democratic momentum gained from Tuesday's New York victory and puts them on the defensive about their own record of job creation.
But the house democratic leader today was playing offense.
President Obama was -- job -- from day one he and Recovery Act created or saved.
Three over three and a half million jobs Republicans in the senate held -- all of the other jobs initiative we've sent there.
This jobs initiative was presented on a day of another series of lackluster economic reports in the first quarter personal consumption fell.
The gross domestic product also fell short of expectations.
The dollar is lower on that news all signs.
That the economic and it anemic recovery is refusing to pick up its pace.
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