A new Mitt Romney Jobs plan that cites non-partisan sources and their reviews on Mitt Romney job creation plan was recently launched. Last fall, after Barack Obama and the Democratic Congress introduced the American Jobs Act, agencies such as Moody s Analytics and Macroeconomic Advisers offered their reviews regarding this proposal. The view of a senior adviser at Moody s Analytics, Mark Hopkins is displayed on the website mittromneyjobsplan.com that is not affiliated with any political campaign or political action committee. The website will be updated as statements from these agencies are released and these organizations like Moody s Analytics, Macroeconomic Advisers and IHS Global Insight have been picked for various reasons.
All the aforementioned are private sector agencies which businesses depend on for market advice and forecasting. Neither Democrats nor Republicans can claim that these agencies have a political bent and their entire business model depends on providing accurate and credible analysis and forecasts. The website has various links that direct to IHS Global Insight, Tax Policy Center, Moody s Analytics, Macroeconomic Advisers, MRJP Links, and CBO. They suggest that the policies and proposed changes per the American Jobs Act would do more harm in the short term. If all of these policies were implemented all of his policies, it would the US deeper into recession and make the enter process of economic recovery slower.
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angle where Mitt Romney claims that he had created more jobs as governor of Massachusetts (2003 to 2007) than Obama. The state of Massachusetts saw a net gain in employment from 2003 than that witnessed by the US economy since Obama’s inauguration as the President of the United States in 2009. The economy was losing well over half a million jobs per month when Obama became the President and the comparison proves inaccurate and the claims seem off base.
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