Obama New Hampshire Town Hall Video, Speech, Meeting in Nashua 2-2-10

President Obama makes opening remarks in Nashua, New Hampshire.

Here is the Obama New Hampshire town hall video speech and transcript from Tues. Feb. 2, 2010 in Nashua, New Hampshire at Nashua High School North. President Barack Obama announces a small business loan initiative using $30 billion in TARP funds. Watch the town hall meeting live online on the streaming video at approx. 2:15 p.m. ET; posted below after the jump. Thereafter check back for full video and transcript text.






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Here is the Feb. 2, 2010 Obama New Hampshire speech transcript text.

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In his speech, President Obama will announce a proposed plan to give loans to small businesses via the $30 billion in funds from the Troubled Assets Relief Program (TARP), popularly known as the bank bailout funds. According to the prepared remarks, he will say: “Small businesses like this have created roughly 65 percent of all new jobs over the past decade and a half. And I think we should make it easier for them to open their doors, expand their operations, and hire more workers. That’s why I’ve proposed a new tax credit for more than one million small businesses that hire new workers or raise wages – and a tax incentive for all businesses to invest in new plants and equipment. And while we’re at it, we should eliminate all capital gains taxes on small business investment, so these folks can get the capital they need to grow and create jobs.”

Source and more details: The Early Word: Jobs and Elections

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