Monday, February 9, 2009

Old Habits Die Hard

Washington, DC - February 9, 2009. Principals of Jaguar Express Inc, announced today that the prospect of creating millions of new jobs is not as remote as many Americans may think. The blog entitled 1,000,000 new jobs, {posted on this very site, dated February 3, 2009} sited the potential of bureaucy to stagnate the development of new jobs. Mr. Evans (President, Jaguar) stated "...old habits die hard........"

"...old habits die hard," said President Obama.

It is not suprising that the President appropriately applied the same quote at today's National press conference when a reporter questioned the effect of his efforts to create bipartisan participation toward passing the Economic Stimulus plan.

"Neither is it suprising that the Presidentcan clearly see the political obstacles stagnating immediate job creation that is so very necessary as represented in Indiana and many parts of the United States," said Evans.

Jaguar Express executives believe its express transportation module can be duplicated in many U.S. regions, thereby creating new jobs, immediately.

"It doesn't take much time to hire qualified bus drivers or to purchase buses," said Mrs. Evans. "The challenge is to push good plans through bureaucracy."

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