From the release:
"528,000 unemployed Ohioans don't want another photo-op or campaign speech from the president; they need solutions which create jobs," Ohio Republican Party Chairman Kevin DeWine said.
"Barack Obama has a very steep hill to climb in Ohio when it comes regaining his credibility on job creation. The proposals the president put forth last week certainly merit consideration by members of both parties in Congress; including those who remain of the eleven Democrats who joined Republicans in opposition to the first failed stimulus.
"Bipartisanship is a two-way street, and if the president wants to be taken seriously about working together to move America forward, then he should afford the same level of consideration to the jobs plans put forth by Speaker John Boehner, Senator Rob Portman, and Governor John Kasich," Chairman DeWine concluded.