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Right so you know and I know the jobs and the economy or the nation's number one issue.
Now the president says he gets that that's why he formed -- jobs council eighteen months ago.
26 business leaders all brought together to deliver the best advice and the president's very proud of it.
One of things who's been striking about this this jobs council is how.
How focused and how.
Hard working and everybody is there has been around this table this is not been.
-- and wish it were true.
The truth is this the council hasn't held a meeting in six months really -- last public get together was -- back in January.
It looks like the friendship between Obama and these titans of industry have freed since then maybe that president's hurt the members of the commission haven't endorsed him are.
Maybe they're mad that Obama has not listen to their advice.
Like the council's proposal for a territorial tax on corporate income which would bring the US tax system in line with the majority of developed countries in the world.
Currently we tax American companies for their overseas profits which drives companies to just -- charter their business overseas to avoid that.
But the present it ignored the -- it's actually now a part of Mitt Romney's at an economic plan.
Now the issue that is at the heart of -- -- on the campaign trail over who's really responsible for American jobs being outsourced they have been duking it out for weeks.
But if you want to point the finger -- people shipping jobs overseas look no further than the president's own jobs council.
It's headed by Jeffrey -- malt.
CEO of G either real outsourcing pioneer since -- took charge of the company they shed.
Jobs in America added 25000.
Another company and the jobs panel Boeing.
The jet maker has cut 141000 American jobs in the last four years according to reports.
They're famous for outsourcing nearly every part of the new 787 dreamliner.
So why haven't we heard a peep from the president's jobs councilman happy here well the White House today said the presence just been too busy.
But maybe he's realized he just can't sit at the same table as real.
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