Obama Schedules ‘Jobs’ Speech during previously scheduled GOP Debate

Obama Administration says the GOP could reschedule even though the debate was scheduled months ago.  What will NBC do?

In a bold masterstroke of bipartisanship, Barack Obama today decided the perfect occasion for his so-called “long-awaited” jobs speech would be at the exact same time next Wednesday the GOP has a long-scheduled presidential debate at the Reagan Library in Simi Valley, CA.

Does a man languishing in the polls at 38% really believe the nation is calling for more of this childishness from him?

President Barack Obama will make his long-awaited speech about jobs  Wednesday night to a joint session of Congress at the same time that the Republican presidential candidates are scheduled to debate at the Reagan Presidential Library in California.

Perhaps by “long-awaited” they’re thinking of the promise made by Obama on August 29, 2010 when he said he’d have a jobs plan when he returned from Martha’s Vineyard.

The media immediately seized upon this announcement today by implying the speech was set in stone, but Obama needs approval from House Speaker John Boehner, who should tell him where to go.

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House Speaker John Boehner sends a letter to Obama Adminstart6ion explains the process and recommends another date.  Read the actual letter here

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