Obama Pushes New Stimulus Package

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Tuesday, September 07, 2010 at 9:03 am

Speaking at a Labor Day event in Milwaukee, Wis., President Barack Obama unveiled a new stimulus package designed to jump-start the economy before the November elections, as polls show Democrats lagging.

Obama is not pressing for a payroll tax holiday — the most stimulative tax cut, as it encourages employers to hire workers within a given time frame. Instead, the Obama administration is proposing $50 billion in new infrastructure investment. Here is the relevant portion of the speech.

THE PRESIDENT: Now, let me tell you, another thing we’ve done is to make long-overdue investments in upgrading our outdated, our inefficient national infrastructure. We’re talking roads. We’re talking bridges. We’re talking dams, levees. But we’re also talking a smart electric grid that can bring clean energy to new areas. We’re talking about broadband Internet so that everybody is plugged in. We’re talking about high-speed rail lines required to compete in a 21st century economy. I want to get down from Milwaukee down to Chicago quick. Avoid a traffic jam.

We’re talking investments in tomorrow that are creating hundreds of thousands of private sector jobs right now. Because of these investments, and the tens of thousands of projects they spurred all across the country, the battered construction sector actually grew last month for the first time in a very long time.

But, you know, the folks here in the trades know what I’m talking about — nearly one in five construction workers are unemployed. One in five. Nobody has been hit harder than construction workers. And a lot of those folks, they had lost their jobs in manufacturing and went into construction; now they’ve lost their jobs again.

It doesn’t do anybody any good when so many hardworking Americans have been idled for months, even years, at a time when there is so much of America that needs rebuilding.

So, that’s why, Milwaukee, today, I am announcing a new plan for rebuilding and modernizing America’s roads and rails and runways for the long term. I want America to have the best infrastructure in the world. We used to have the best infrastructure in the world. We can have it again. We are going to make it happen.

Over the next six years, over the next six years, we are going to rebuild 150,000 miles of our roads -– that’s enough to circle the world six times.  That’s a lot of road.  We’re going to lay and maintain 4,000 miles of our railways –- enough to stretch coast to coast. We’re going to restore 150 miles of runways. And we’re going to advance a next-generation air-traffic control system to reduce travel time and delays for American travelers. I think everybody can agree on that. Anybody want more delays in airports?

AUDIENCE: No!

THE PRESIDENT:  No, I didn’t think so.  That’s not a Republican or a Democratic idea.  We all want to get to where we need to go.  I mean, I’ve got Air Force One now, it’s nice. But I still remember what it was like.

This is a plan that will be fully paid for. It will not add to the deficit over time -– we’re going to work with Congress to see to that. We want to set up an infrastructure bank to leverage federal dollars and focus on the smartest investments. We’re going to continue our strategy to build a national high-speed rail network that reduces congestion and travel times and reduces harmful emissions. We want to cut waste and bureaucracy and consolidate and collapse more than 100 different programs that too often duplicate each other. So we want to change the way Washington spends your tax dollars. We want to reform a haphazard, patchwork way of doing business. We want to focus on less wasteful approaches than we’ve got right now. We want competition and innovation that gives us the best bang for the buck.

The administration is also asking for $100 billion to make permanent a research and development tax credit and $200 billion to let companies to deduct the full cost of the capital investment next year. Finally, the White House is pushing hard for the Senate to pass the small business bill that has languished for months when it returns from recess next week.

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Bguy
Comment posted September 7, 2010 @ 1:24 pm

spend, spend, spend….what a knucklehead.


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Comment posted September 7, 2010 @ 1:24 pm

spend, spend, spend….what a knucklehead.


fishman1969
Comment posted September 7, 2010 @ 1:34 pm

How many stimulus packages are we going to need to get out of this economic mess? STOP SPENDING “OUR MONEY”


Hellman Harris
Comment posted September 7, 2010 @ 1:34 pm

In a capitalist system that is required is to encourage private investment and non-governmental. What is needed is credibility and leadership in government to revive private investment, without affecting public finances and taxpayers, with excessive spending. Obama is a good manager for a socialist state, but not for the American union. All these investments he proposed could be developed by the private sector, if the actors and taxpayers believe in his administration.


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Comment posted September 7, 2010 @ 1:35 pm

The bond vigilantes cometh.


Jeffrey
Comment posted September 7, 2010 @ 1:38 pm

So this “won't add to the deficit” translates to “We'll increase taxes to pay for it”


Pb
Comment posted September 7, 2010 @ 1:41 pm

Since when does the private sector invest in roads, bridges, and dams?

The government operates infrastructure but it's always private sector contractors, engineers, and consultants that get the work to design and build.


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Comment posted September 7, 2010 @ 1:43 pm

If Washington wants to tweak the Tax code, then what they really need to do is reduce the depreciation life on Residential real estate from 31.5 years back to 15 years. Being able to write off residential real over 15 years, would make buying rental property atractive again.


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Comment posted September 7, 2010 @ 1:43 pm

Obama must have been auditioning for Saturday Night Live with his stunning performance delivering this speech, and all those standing behind him were promised free tickets for the taping of the show if they agreed to make themselves look like simpletons nodding and bobbing their heads to each of his poorly concealed lies.


Mr. Bill
Comment posted September 7, 2010 @ 1:44 pm

High school math always bothered me — bored me, truth be known. But since those decades-past days, it's come to fascinate me. Let me see if I understand the current scenario: We (the United States) are broke. Over the past two years Congress has pushed spending so fast it made Warren Buffett's eyes glaze. My most recent Social Security statement admits by a few years hence the Government will have less than 76% of the funds necessary to fund Social Security. Companies are broke, unemployment hovers at 10%, and the Government plans to spend $50B they don't have and implement a program which will forego collecting another $200B in taxes from businesses. Failing to collect taxes is the same as spending — it's money that should be there that's not. And Mr. O can't understand why his (admittedly fleeting) popularity is headed south? Maybe HE should have been in my Business Math class. November's coming….be there! Mr. Bill in the deep South.


billy tuff
Comment posted September 7, 2010 @ 1:52 pm

what an idiot.we need to add jobs not roads and runways.when will these clowns understand that we have to do away with NAFTA?


Pgzerwer
Comment posted September 7, 2010 @ 2:01 pm

I thought we were going to rebuild out infrastructure with the $600 billion stimulus. Like all construction projects of this kind, the jobs are only temporary (except in Illinois where it takes 3 years to fix a pothole). It is also curious that we have to spend more and more tax dollars to get the electricity we make at “green” generation facilities like windfarms to the grid. Once these kinds of subsidies begin it is almost impossible to stop them; see, for example our ongoing subsidies for ethanol production for gasohol.


Robert Cogan
Comment posted September 7, 2010 @ 2:02 pm

How is another $50 billion deficit increasing tax expenditure supposed to jump start an economy that lost $13 trillion in purchasing power?
Bush, Obama and Congress promoted the impression that bailouts and interest rate decreases would revive the economy. They knew that roughly $13 trillion purchasing power had been destroyed by the bank bubble blowers. Hiring stagnation is a demand side problem. Job creation in America could only occur, if after tax profit could be made from new hires. That would happen, only if there was money-backed demand for goods and services.
Federal government Republicans and Democrats have connived for 40 years to subsidize neo cartels of giant corporations, “special interests” (banks, oil companies etc.) and to facilitate the real job killers: automation, merger and acquisition, and job export. Now, with workers impoverished, effective consumer demand, needed to fuel job creation, has failed. Republicans’ Voodoo Economics of tax and especially benefit cuts are actually harmful to anyone not rich. But Democrats are equally guilty connivers. They pretend they can’t abolish the filibuster rule. Mythical “bond vigilantes” allegedly threaten any more stimulus. Democrats have shirked every opportunity to lead genuine popular movements for change.
Where’s your bailout? Consumer debt could be re-structured to lower interest costs through federal borrowing and direct payoff of consumers’ debts. The consumer pays back the government at lower interest. Private wages could be subsidized much more heavily. Shared work: take the cap off Social Security income tax, raise benefits, encourage earlier, partial retirement, apprenticeship, cutting overtime, mandatory vacations are all possible.
Sleeping voters, Awake! Apply shock therapy: mass de-registration from both major parties. Replace leading Republicans and Blue Dog “Democrats” with Libertarians and Greens. They agree on getting completely, immediately out of “Iraqistan” and getting the Federal Reserve out of private bank control. Demand simple majority rule in the Senate and people – oriented stimulus.


Guest
Comment posted September 7, 2010 @ 2:02 pm

(cue the Baha Men) Who… who.. who.. who-who?


btrask3
Comment posted September 7, 2010 @ 2:20 pm

Lies, Lies, Lies…

Obama cannot be trusted…

Whether your on the right, or on the left…

This Global Progressive is not beholden to 'We the People'… he is controlled by his PUPPET MASTERS.

Fool us once, shame on you…

Fool us again, and again, and again… VOTE YOU OUT!


Liz B
Comment posted September 7, 2010 @ 2:31 pm

Obama gave a real speech.

He didn't stammer,smirk and mispronounce like Ol' Miss-Me-Yet used to do. Perhaps you are just not used to hearing from a man who is trying to build up the common man instead of walking on him on the way to the bank.

I suggest you improve your skill set.


Guest
Comment posted September 7, 2010 @ 2:47 pm

“They talk about me like a dog.”

Yah, that's a real speech.


APatriot1
Comment posted September 7, 2010 @ 3:05 pm

Did anyone commenting here read (elsewhere) about the business TAX CUT? If they think about it, I don't believe anyone is against the government giving us our money back, or spending it to help jump start job creation (we're so bad off, government or private sector really doesn't matter). It sounds good — in theory. Problem is, the Federal Government is in the red, it doesn't have the money to spend, so the spending is debt. Taxpayers are ultimately supposed to foot the bill (in the future), but it's unpopular, and can hurt the recovery. Dems or GOP do the same stunts for obvious political reasons and to manipulate public opinion, so expect more for the next 2 years and beyond (whoever wins midterm or in 2012). Trouble is, tax cuts (of any kind), mean the government takes in less to pay down the debt, so it will continue to borrow from countries like China at the same time it's making them richer from “free trade” that always seems to benefit everyone but US citizenry. I'm not a Republican (anymore) and certainly have no love for the Tea Party or other right wing groups, but am reaching the conclusion that Federal spending is a problem and Keynesian economics will not aid this recovery as it seemed to during the Great Depression. New Protectionist have good arguments for microeconomics replacing Globalization with more stable and sustainable Localization. In a trade war, the US would win, because of abundant resources and educated workforce. Tragically, the US is so indebted to foreign governments that it may already be too late to stem the tide and break the cycle of borrowing and giving away our future,


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