Glass," Says White House Press Secretary During Monday's Briefing
June 10, 2009
Robert Gibbs, White House press secretary, specifically mentioned
glass and aluminum during this past Mondays press briefing.
In discussing how jobs have been created as a result of tax cuts,
Gibbs used the window manufacturing industry as an example.
As one reporter asked, "You guys are saying that unmeasured
jobs -- and they're out there -- you're saying it's a result of
Gibbs responded, "You don't make window panes out of papier-mâché,
right? You're going to have to buy aluminum; you're going to have
to buy glass. Does the production of aluminum and glass for
window [manufacturing help]
to increase the production so
that the tax credit can be fully taken advantage of -- are window
producers doing that? Yes. Is the sale of aluminum for windows and
glass creating jobs? Ask some of the readers of Bloomberg when they
make investments in resources."
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