As unemployment figures and fears of a stalled economy continue to grow, candidates running for the 2012 presidential nomination have begun to unveil their plans to boost job creation.
Republican presidential hopeful and former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney will unveil his jobs plan in Las Vegas today, which he has said will be based on the premise that the government cannot create jobs.
Romney offered a preview and a general outline of his proposal in a USA Today opinion piece published today. Within the piece, Romney says that his plan will contain 59 specific proposals to turn the economy around, "including 10 concrete actions I will take on my first day in office."
Representative Debbie Schultz, chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, joins Ali Velshi today on American Morning to discuss Romney's plan and what it will take to create jobs in America. She also previews what President Obama is expected to say in his jobs speech on Thursday.