Skip to comments.White House invests $30 million in Ohio manufacturing hub
Posted on 08/16/2012 10:33:14 AM PDT by jazusamo
President Obama is using all the White House weapons at his disposal to woo voters in critical swing states in the campaign's final stretch, announcing a $30 million investment aimed at creating a manufacturing hub in Ohio to help boost technology and create jobs in a three-state region.
Recent polls show the president holding a slim edge over Republican rival Mitt Romney in Ohio, and Mr. Obama and Mr. Romney have crisscrossed the state pitching their competing economic plans.
The new initiative, which White House officials announced Wednesday, creates partnerships among manufacturing firms, universities, community colleges and nonprofit organizations in Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia and will be based in Youngstown, Ohio, an area hard hit by manufacturing-job losses even before the economic recession.
"I'm pleased that we are taking steps to strengthen American manufacturing by launching a new manufacturing institute in Ohio," Mr. Obama said...
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I’m sure the constitutional scholar cited the supporting clause or amendment in the Constitution that allows him to spend the public money this way.
Expect nothing but silence or glowingly positive reports from those same networks on this.
WHAT OTHER TALENT DOES HUSSEIN HAVE?
FDR employed similar tactics to assure his first reelection. No surprise here.
Funding Ma Chalmers and her soybeans, eh?
He can announce he’s giving them ten bazillion gazillion but Congress has to approve the money.
Are the Ohioans so dumb as to fall for another round of the messiah’s phoney promises?
In fact, are Americans?
Yep, short answer is none.
How does the Whitehouse just keep dumping money without help from Congress?
As I understand it the money is already there and it's just being redirected.
Congress cannot stop this. They don't have the balls to try either.
the “hurricane” that leveled Youngstown et al hit in the Seventies. Now Zero wants to create more Union jobs be assured. Restaurants will prosper of course.
Aug. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The University of Dayton Aug. 8 launched an innovative research and education center in the rapidly growing, ultra-modern Suzhou Industrial Park, which boasts the presence of a third of the world’s Fortune 500 companies
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Dayton Business Journal by Laura Englehart, Staff Reporter
Date: Tuesday, February 21, 2012, 2:38pm EST
Cedarville University is opening an office in China to help recruit more students from the Asian nation.
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