The Labor Department reported Friday that 80,000 jobs were added to the economy in June - well below already meager expectations. The overall unemployment rate stayed at 8.2 percent. Texas Rep. Kevin Brady is chairman of the Joint Economic Committee, which closely studies the monthly jobs reports. Brady says the current trend shows job creation getting even slower and Obama presiding over the most sluggish response to a recession in several decades. He says the Obama health plan and other regulations have business owners holding off on plans to hire, grow and expand. Brady admits that Obama inherited a rough economy but adds that he hasn’t made it any better in three-and-a-half years. The chairman responds to Obama’s accusations that uncooperative House Republicans are responsible for paltry jobs numbers and explains why he thinks Mitt Romney would be a far better steward of the economy. Finally, Brady discusses the House-passed jobs bills that are gathering dust in the Senate and outlines the stark choice facing voters in November.