Clueless Obama begins 'Jobs Tour' to 'learn' how to create new jobs

I don't think USA Today was trying to be funny here, but this made me giggle a bit when I read it:

President Obama is turning back to the jobs issue, launching a series of "Middle Class Jobs and Opportunity Tours" starting Thursday with an appearance in Texas.

Obama will visit growing areas "to learn what has helped them become successful and use these models of growth to encourage Congress to act," said White House spokesman Josh Earnest.

On Thursday, the president opens the new effort with a tour in Austin, where he will visit a high school, and speak with leaders of the city's high-tech industries.

Earnest said the president will also speak with "workers who are working hard to get into and stay in the middle class to discuss his vision for ensuring that hard work leads to a decent living."

The tours -- no other stops have been announced -- seem similar to the "White House to Main Street" events that Obama conducted during his first term.

This time around, Obama will seek to push Congress on a second-term agenda that includes a major immigration bill and a new debt reduction plan that includes higher taxes on the wealthy.

"Things are getting better, but our economic recovery is not as strong as it could be," Earnest said. "The question is, will Congress join with the president to make sure the middle class is strong and secure?"

Five years into his presidency and the president is just now venturing out of Washington to learn how some states are creating jobs and opportunity while others aren't?


This is not rocket science, Barry. Or maybe it is for a liberal. Low taxes, smart, common sense regulation, tax incentives for out of state businesses to move, and the stability and predictability that comes with a business-friendly environment -- all ideas and solutions that you won't try because you are ideologically and structurally incapable of grasping the fundamental concepts of the free market.

No doubt, Obama will find solutions that fit his worldview - more government spending, more "investment" in green energy, etc. He will tout these solutions to "prove" he is on the right track. But he will only be fooling himself. Anyone above the age of 10 knows why Texas is thriving while California is losing businesses and residents at a record pace.

And it has nothing to do with "green" enegy.