Jobs and repealing obamacare.
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President Obama’s record is “littered” with promises — ranging from an economic stimulus plan to a new health-care law — that have not panned out, Speaker John A. Boehner (R-Ohio) charged Saturday as he touted measures passed in recent months by the House meant to spur job creation.

Boehner spoke during the Republican response to Obama’s Saturday morning radio address, a forum usually reserved for rank-and-file lawmakers or GOP governors.

But with Congress returning to Washington on Monday, Boehner touted that the Republican-controlled House remains focused on job creation, which polls suggest remains one of the top concerns of voters this election year.

“We’re ready to improve job training programs so workers can acquire the right skills; expand production of American-made energy to lower costs; open new markets for small manufacturers; and repeal and replace Obamacare,” he said