Study to be released today says 430,000 new jobs can be created by Gulf energy industry

With unemployment creeping back upward, one might think President Obama would be interested in any and every policy move he might make to get the economy creating new jobs again.

If Obama is truly open to anything other than more of the same left-wing more government spending and regulation mindset, he will pay close attention to a new study being released today. It was jointly funded by the National Oceanic Industries Association (NOIA) and the American Petroleum Institute (API).

Yes, yes, I know, NOIA and API are industry voices, but people with genuinely open minds don't reject policy recommendations before hearing them simply because of who presents them. So, give the following video explanation of the study some attention and see if you don't agree that Obama ought to give it heed:

 

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