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Bob McDonnell’s ed dept. admits Obama’s policies saved or created 7,715 teacher jobs


President Obama’s decision to separate his jobs bill into individual pieces and push for funds to hire teachers and first responders first has so far failed to convince any Republicans lawmakers of its efficacy, the Huffington Post reports. And in large part, the pushback from the GOP has been fairly straightforward. As House Speaker John Boehner’s (R-Ohio) office argued in an email on Monday, the administration has already asked for and received billions of dollars in direct aid to states for the purposes of retaining teachers and putting firefighters and cops back to work–and it hasn’t made a lick of difference.

“Will the President at some point explain the endgame to this economic strategy?” said Press Secretary Brendan Buck…

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