President Obama used $5 billion Intel's sprawling Ocotillo campus construction site as his backdrop where 6,000 people gathered reiterating his commitment to reinvigorating U.S. manufacturing. "It's an economy built on the American manufacturing, with more good jobs and more products made in America," Obama told the Intel workers and guests. "It's an economy built on American energy fueled by homegrown and alternative energy sources that make us more secure and less dependent on foreign oil. It's an economy built on the skills of American workers, getting people the education and the training they need so they're prepared for the jobs of today and ready to compete for the jobs of tomorrow." Most importantly, Obama said, the economy is built on classic American values such as hard work, responsibility and "the same set of rules for everybody, from Wall Street to Main Street." This was only hours after being attacked by the Right-wing governor Jan Brewer promoting her book , 'Scorpions for Breakfast'.The Republic In Atlanta another brach of Brewer's Nutcases have summoned President Obama to a court hearing today on a challenge to strike him from the Georgia ballot this fall on claims he is not a natural born U.S. citizen. There is no doubt Brewer will see a UFO in her backyard next,
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