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Speaking at Northwestern University today about jobs, President Obama continued the “broken record” approach of economic planning:
POTUS calls for new investments in energy and technology to make America "a magnet for good, middle-class jobs."
— Mark Knoller (@markknoller) October 2, 2014
Hey, that sounds familiar!
— S.M (@redsteeze) October 2, 2014
Yeah, but “magnets” — that’s got to do something, right?
— Gaytriot (@GayPatriot) October 2, 2014
How original RT @markknoller POTUS calls for new investments in energy and technology to make America "a magnet for good, middle-class jobs"
— Brent Munlin (@Bmunlin) October 2, 2014
@markknoller Wait, what does "magnet" mean? We've magnet-ed more than enough. No more magnet.
— Alexis Metro (@Mrs__Met) October 2, 2014
.@markknoller New investments in energy and technology. Wow, what a brilliant, novel idea. I've never heard of such a "plan".
— Dostoevsky's Shade (@DostoevskyShade) October 2, 2014
@markknoller Isn't that what the old investments were supposed to do?
— Klown 2.0 (@realmyiq2xu2) October 2, 2014
@markknoller Hopefully it works out better this time!
— mateo (@stfuworld) October 2, 2014
— Nancy (@nancyruta) October 2, 2014
Obama should tell his ideas to the person in charge, if there is one:
Gee whiz! Whoever is in charge should get on that! RT @BarackObama: "We have to make our economy work for every working American." —Obama
— Melissa Clouthier (@MelissaTweets) October 2, 2014
I must say, I especially like it when President Obama talks about America as if he hasn’t been anywhere near power for the last decade.
— Charles C. W. Cooke (@charlescwcooke) October 2, 2014
@charlescwcooke Obama vows to spend the rest of his life finding out who the real President was from 1/09-1/17.
— DrewMTips (@DrewMTips) October 2, 2014