If any of you bothered to watch Obama’s campaign speech… er I mean Jobs speech last week you’ll remember that the constant refrain Obama used over and over about his bill was “pass it now.” Never mind that at the time he had no bill to pass. But also remember the past refrain he’s been employing for at least 2 years, “we need to compromise.” Well, apparently there is no compromise with this jobs bill as far as Obama is concerned.

On Tuesday, Obama’s top political adviser told ABC’s Good Morning America that they weren’t going to accept any discussion, debate or compromise on Obama’s tax-hiking “jobs” bill. Axelrod said,

We’re not in a negotiation to break up the package. It’s not an à la carte menu. It’s a strategy to get this country moving.

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This move pretty much proves two things. One that Obama is not interested in that same idea of compromise that he has claimed the GOP won’t do with him. Secondly it shows that he really doesn’t intend this to be a jobs bill. It is but an effort to get reelected and a bill he knows cannot pass. He imagines he’ll be able to point to the GOP and say, “they won’t work with me.” — when the reverse is actually the truth.

This is nothing but a reelection campaign move. Obama is not serious about creating jobs.

Want even more proof of this fact?

No Democrat has actually introduced this “jobs bill” in the House where these sorts of bills have to start. It still remains a non-bill just like it was during his faux jobs speech.

If Obama was serious about this bill and if he were an effective president, he’d have worked out the timeline so that it would be introduced immediately. He’d have lined up his party behind it and would have hit the floor running. But he didn’t do any of that.

It is proof that he is not much interested in any thought to “pass this bill now.” He’s just using it for a reelection campaign.