President Obama continues his campaign for piece-by-piece passage of his jobs bill, but Republicans are still not buying his arguments. Obama has repeatedly highlighted a bridge between Ohio and Kentucky as evidence of infrastructure upgrades that are needed and would be done through his plan. Ohio Rep. Steve Chabot represents the district containing the north end of the bridge and says Obama’s plan is about politics and not about creating good, long-term jobs. He also discusses how long those infrastructure jobs would take to be created? Chabot also explains why he’s sponsoring legislation to roll back a new Obama administration regulation that Chabot says would cripple the cement industry.