How can a president presiding over the worst unemployment situation since the Great Depression have no jobs plan for his next term? And why is no one talking about this glaring hole in his campaign?
On the presidential campaign trail this week, the GOP once again pointed out President Obama's failure to create jobs. But to fail at creating jobs, Obama would first have had to try.
The president hasn't made a serious effort at that in a year. At present, he has no actionable jobs plan. Worse yet, his campaign platform for the next four years is completely devoid of a serious future jobs plan of any kind -- a stunning omission give the employment crisis in this country.
Will Obama actually be allowed to waltz back into office with no plan to combat unemployment? And if that happens, will he feel any obligation to ever address the unemployment situation again in his second term?
Mitt Romney's campaign needs to clearly, succinctly ask these questions.