There’s a new urgency in President Obama’s desire to create jobs. He’s certainly pushing for the passage of his new [?], improved [?] jobs bill. He keeps repeating two words over and over:
Good thing it’s a credit deal. I mean, otherwise we might actually have to pay for it sometime. Well, that seems to be how some people think—or don’t think. But here’s how it really works:
You see, that money doesn’t just appear by magic. It does have to come from somewhere:
The bill also is loaded with wonderful incentives for business:
Sounds a little difficult. So who really benefits from all this?
And why is that so important to this president?
Everything is now all about November 2012.