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Presidential Weekly Address Assessment I VII MMXII a.a, A.b, A.c, B, C, D

Presidential Weekly Address Assessment I VII MMXII a.a, A.b, A.c, B, C, D

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The White House Office of the Press Secretary For Immediate Release January 07, 2012

WEEKLY ADDRESS: Continuing to Grow the Economy in the New Year
WASHINGTON, DC—In this week’s address, President Obama shared his New Year’s resolution with the American people: to do whatever it takes to move the economy forward and make sure that middle class families regain the security they’ve lost in the last decade. This is why the President appointed Richard Cordray this week to lead the Consumer Financi
The White House Office of the Press Secretary For Immediate Release January 07, 2012

WEEKLY ADDRESS: Continuing to Grow the Economy in the New Year
WASHINGTON, DC—In this week’s address, President Obama shared his New Year’s resolution with the American people: to do whatever it takes to move the economy forward and make sure that middle class families regain the security they’ve lost in the last decade. This is why the President appointed Richard Cordray this week to lead the Consumer Financi

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The White HouseOffice of the Press SecretaryFor Immediate ReleaseJanuary 07, 2012
WEEKLY ADDRESS: Continuing to Growthe Economy in the New Year
WASHINGTON, DC
 —In this week’s address, President Obama shared his New Year’s
resolution with the American people: to do whatever it takes to move the economy forward and
make sure that middle class families regain the security they’ve lost in the last decade.
This iswhy the President appointed Richard Cordray this week to lead the Consumer FinancialProtection Bureau to protect American consumers. And while we learned that the United Stateseconomy continues to add private sector jobs
 – 
with over 1.9 million created in 2011
 – 
moreneeds to be done to move the economy forward. The Pres
ident will also announce in this week’saddress that he will host an ―Insourcing American Jobs‖ forum at the White House on
Wednesday to hear from business leaders who are bringing jobs back home and see how we canget others to follow their lead.
Remarks of President Barack Obama
 
Weekly Address
 
The White House
 
Saturday, January 7, 2012
 Hello, everybody.This week, I traveled to Cleveland, Ohio, to talk with folks about the biggest challenge we faceas a country
 – 
rebuilding our economy so that, once again, hard work pays off, responsibility isrewarded, and anyone, regardless of who they are or where they come from, can make it if theytry.
That’s the economy America deserves.
 
That’s the economy I’m fighting every day to build.
 Now, to get there, the most important thing we need to do is get more Americans back towork.
And over the past three years, we’ve made steady progress.
We just learned that oureconomy added 212,000 private sector jobs in December. After losing more than 8 million jobsin the re
cession, we’ve added more than 3 million private sector jobs over the past 22
months.
And we’re starting 2012 with manufacturing on the rise and the American auto industry
on the mend.
We’re heading in the rightdirection.
 
And we’re not going to let up.
On Wednesday the White
House will host a forum called ―Insourcing American Jobs.‖
 
We’ll hear from business leaders
who are bringing jobs back home and see how we can help other businesses follow their lead.
 
Because this is a make or break moment for the middle class and all those working to getthere.
We’ve got to keep at it. We’ve got to keep creating jobs.
 
And we’ve got to keep
rebuilding our economy so that everyone gets a fair shot, everyone does their fair share
 – 
andeveryone plays by the same rules.
We can’t go back to the days when the financial system was
stacking the deck against ordinary Americans.
To me, that’s not an option. Not after all we’ve
been through.
That’s why I appointed Richard Cordray as our nation’s new consumer watchdog this
week.
Richard’s job is simple: to look out for you.
Every day, his sole mission is to protect
consumers from potential abuses by the financial industry and to make sure that you’ve got all
the transparent information you need to make the important financial decisions in your lives.I nominated Richard for this job last summer. And yet, Republicans in the Senate kept blockinghis confirmation
 – 
not because they objected to him, but because they wanted to weaken hisagency. That made no sense. Every day we waited was a day you and consumers all across thecountry were at greater financial risk.
So this year, I’m going to keep doing whatever it takes to move this economy forward and tomake sure that middle class families regain the security they’ve lost ove
r the past decade.
That’smy New Year’s resolution to all of you.
Thank you, and have a great weekend.
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 Office of the Press SecretaryFor Immediate ReleaseJanuary 07, 2012
WEEKLY ADDRESS: Continuing to Growthe Economy in the New Year
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