Senator Scott Brown: “Enough Already. We need to be Americans first”
With a foundering economy and low prospects for job growth, and as President Obama’s
American Jobs Act continues to face partisan opposition in the House and Senate, Senator
Scott Brown (R-MA) has implored (video below) the senate to cut through the noise
and “be American’s first” to focus on job creation and the national debt.
Mr. Brown says that “We can pass a Hire A Hero act that provides tax incentives
for putting out of work veterans back to work” and “if we care about the
young people . . . we should be demanding a bi-partisan compromise on the debt, one
that finally puts us back on track towards a balanced budget.”
Further, Mr. Brown calls for an open amendment process to “allow members to offer
their own ideas on job creation” saying:
“Mr. President (of the Senate), I’m sure you have some amendments that you think could
help boost job growth in your state. I have a number of bi-partisan pieces of legislation
that would help give our economy a boost – from our fishermen to the high-tech sector.
None of my bills will solve all of our country’s economic problems overnight. But
they will make a difference in Massachusetts today, and that’s what my constituents
sent me here to do.”
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