The President has tried again and again to get Congress to make a move towards jobs and the Republican Congress has refused to cooperate. After President Obama is re-elected and if we can elect a Democratic Super-Majority we can see major progress through the Jobs Act and more.

GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. —Stung by a new report showing that the nation’s job market is sputtering, President Obama made a new appeal Friday for Congress to enact measures to revive the economy, not only to shake the United States out of its torpor but to act as a buffer against storm clouds in Europe.

In a speech on a factory floor here that mixed familiar proposals with a new sense of foreboding about the coming months, Mr. Obama said that “our economy is still facing some serious headwinds” from high gas prices and the financial crisis in Europe, which he said was “having an impact worldwide and is starting to cast a shadow on our own as well.”

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