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In The Fight For Jobs, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Becomes A Leading Critic Of The Obama Administration

By: Steve Johnson

8/12/2009 - 44 Comments

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce represents the private business community.

A fortress for the business community, the chamber has emerged as a multitasking, multimillion-dollar defender of the private sector against presidential initiatives.

The Chamber of Commerce has become a leading critic of the administration's health care and banking overhaul plans – because there plans are a direct attack on the private business community.

The chamber has created a $2 million campaign against Obama's proposals that would make the government a competitor in the health insurance market. With 3 million members, the chamber is working with local and regional affiliates on the campaign stop lawmakers from passing the proposed bills.

The group also is readying an ambitious $100 million campaign to advocate for businesses and a free enterprise system.

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has perhaps the best understanding of what the economy needs to recover.  They have a true understanding based on historical statistics that prove without a doubt that the small private business sector is the only way to create emerging jobs. 

As long as the government does not interfere or expand to compete in the free market then private businesses can expand and the economic recovery will can begin.  Contact your local Chamber of Commerce to see how you can help join the fight for jobs in your community.

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