The labor crowd loved Obama’s big government message in Detroit.
Barack Obama urged Republicans today to put aside party differences and support his latest infrastructure spending plan.
Because not supporting new spending is partisan politics.
FOX News reported:
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President Obama called for Congress to “get on board” with more infrastructure spending and a new round of middle-class tax cuts Monday, as he delivered a campaign-style speech that served as a warm-up to a vital jobs address later this week.
Interrupted repeatedly by chants of “four more years,” the president marked Labor Day in Detroit at a rally with the nation’s top labor leaders. He used the address to underscore his alliance with the labor movement — at a time when cracks are starting to show — and preview some of the proposals he’ll outline during a speech Thursday before a joint session of Congress.