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Where Are The Jobs?


Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan, newly announced vice presidential running mate to Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, speaks Saturday, Aug. 11, 2012, in Norfolk, Va.   (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

Mitt Romney has changed the subject on two fronts with his interesting choice of running mate. At least for the moment people are talking about the soon-to-be Republican nominee's boldness instead of his taxes or Bain Capital career. And he has certainly ensured that government spending will be front and center in the presidential campaign.

But, as House Speaker John Boehner often has asked, where are the jobs?

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