White House Figures Out That Jobs Are Important

A White House scandal is in the news today. Here's the headline from the Boston Globe!

Obama makes another pro-business move

Does that make two?

Here in the birthplace of General Electric (Schenectady), Obama introduced the new appointee, Jeffrey R. Immelt, the company’s chairman and chief executive, as chairman of Obama’s outside panel of economic advisers. Immelt succeeds Paul A. Volcker, the former Federal Reserve chairman, who is stepping down.

A bad economy brings good things to light.