Snap Fact #121

Post date: Mar 05, 2012 8:33:30 PM

Snap Fact #121

President Obama Signed The US Manufacturing Act To Create More Jobs Early In His Administration!

On August 11, 2010, President Obama signed the US Manufacturing Enhancement Act to create more jobs in the U.S. economy, to strengthen American business in its ability to compete with other companies around the world, and to improve the manufacturing sector in our country. This practical bill shows the Presidents visionary ability. The bill was passed over a year and a half ago and it's long term results are just being realized today. This bill alone could not have caused the shift, but along with several other related and coordinated efforts, the President has begun to turn the tide of the outflow of jobs overseas. 

One example of this is that the legislation cut some tariffs and taxes so that American products such as cars could be sold more competitively in other countries, while making American products cheaper and more competitive for the American people right here at home.

President Obama, speaking on this subject, has said, “The answer isn’t to stop building things, to stop making things; the answer is to build things better, make things better, right here in the United States. We will rebuild this economy stronger than before and at its heart will be three powerful words: Made in America.” This inspirational message combined with the multi-layered actions that the administration has been taking is bringing jobs back home.

Some of the Presidents critics have written him off as a wonderful speech maker with little or no substance behind his words. The turn around in sending jobs off shore is just one proof that the President has an uncanny ability to combine forward thinking ideas, spoken in an inspirational and motivational manner, and back those ideas up with programs that produce the desired result.