An economy built to last means making things the world buys.
Rescued the American auto industry from collapse, saving more than 1 million jobs around the country. U.S. automakers have added nearly 250,000 jobs since June of 2009 -- the best period of growth in more than a decade.
Required auto companies retool and build more fuel efficient cars in exchange for aid, and as a result, Ford, GM and Chrysler are now profitable. GM is once again the number one car company in the world, and Chrysler is the fastest-growing car company in the U.S.
Invest in a domestic clean energy economy powered by sources like wind, solar, and clean coal. Renew successful bipartisan tax incentives that create American jobs and reduce our reliance on foreign oil.