John Engler, president of the National Association of Manufacturers, appeared bright and early this morning on CNBC’s Squawk Box.
We’ve got to be focused on jobs and the economy, and I think that ought to be Day One, Day Two, Week One, Week Two, right on through this first year as they come to power in the House of Representatives.
Speaker Boehner, being from Ohio, really understands first hand not just what he’s experienced in his own life, but just being from that state that’s so critical, how this is an election
about jobs and its economy, at its fundamental core, and people want to see America competitive.
Start with taxes, Engler continued, and do not raise taxes when unemployment is so high, and then remove the barriers that have discouraged business from investing.
“Let’s let the private sector loose. I think it will do a lot.”
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