Jobs Jobs Jobs…

The back and forth between republicans and democrats on the best way to face our “jobs crisis” is quite entertaining — and was the subject of my coverage on the hill Tuesday.

 

House Speaker JOHN BOEHNER (R-Ohio) holds a media availability immediately after the Republican Conference meeting. (James Berglie/ZUMA Press)

House Speaker JOHN BOEHNER (R-Ohio) holds a media availability immediately after the Republican Conference meeting. (James Berglie/ZUMA Press)

 

Congressman KEITH ELLISON speaks to the media.  The Congressional Progressive Caucus (CPC) held a news conference to unveil the "Restore the American Dream for the 99% Act," which seeks to create more than 4 million jobs, save more than $2 trillion, and eliminate new spending gaps triggered by the lack of consensus of the "Super Committee." (James Berglie/ZUMA Press)

Congressman KEITH ELLISON speaks to the media. The Congressional Progressive Caucus (CPC) held a news conference to unveil the "Restore the American Dream for the 99% Act," which seeks to create more than 4 million jobs, save more than $2 trillion, and eliminate new spending gaps triggered by the lack of consensus of the "Super Committee." (James Berglie/ZUMA Press)

 

House Majority Leader ERIC CANTOR (R-Va.) speaks at a media availability immediately after the Republican Conference meeting. (James Berglie/ZUMA Press)

House Majority Leader ERIC CANTOR (R-Va.) speaks at a media availability immediately after the Republican Conference meeting. (James Berglie/ZUMA Press)

 

Representative ROSA DeLAURO speaks to the media.  The Congressional Progressive Caucus (CPC) held a news conference to unveil the "Restore the American Dream for the 99% Act," which seeks to create more than 4 million jobs, save more than $2 trillion, and eliminate new spending gaps triggered by the lack of consensus of the "Super Committee." (James Berglie/ZUMA Press)

Representative ROSA DeLAURO speaks to the media. The Congressional Progressive Caucus (CPC) held a news conference to unveil the "Restore the American Dream for the 99% Act," which seeks to create more than 4 million jobs, save more than $2 trillion, and eliminate new spending gaps triggered by the lack of consensus of the "Super Committee." (James Berglie/ZUMA Press)