But, but, but the lying ass D'ohBama is now a Centrist. Right? RIGHT?
GE's Immelt? Not the Job Change We Can Believe In
The corporate titan cashes in on Obama's big-government ways.
January 28, 2011 - by Tom Borelli
Contrary to appearances, President Barack Obama's appointment of General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt to lead the White House's new President's Council on Jobs and Competitiveness is not a sign of the president's new openness to the business community.
Nor does it indicate the president is taking a new direction either on job creation or innovation.
Rather, by renaming the panel from the President's Economic Recovery Advisory Board and selecting Immelt as its head, Obama is slapping whitewash on the same team and policies that failed to stimulate job growth during the first two years of his administration.
Immelt, in fact, was already a member of the original economic advisory group. "My hope," he wrote, in a January 21 commentary in the Washington Post, "is that the council will be a sounding board for ideas and a catalyst for action on jobs and competitiveness. It will include large businesses, small businesses, labor, economists and government." [...]
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