What's interesting is you didn't seem to disapprove when the dems took this same approach to the Obamacare law.
Don't you remember Nancy Pelosi saying that we had to vote for the bill before we knew what was in it.
So why should any candidate release a jobs plan before they get elected?
This is the usual Republican crap, taking a quote out of context and essentially lieing about what it meant.
At the time, the House had passed a bill. The Senate had not. the Senate did not even HAVE a bill, because they were still trying to be bipartisan with the Repubs and get something that could get 60 votes and be filibuster-proof. The Repubs of course were totally stonewalling. Which meant the Senate had nothing passed. And until they actually did write something that at least a majority agreed on and passed it, the House and Senate couldn't sit down and reconcile the two bills. THAT was what Pelosi was talking about: RECONCILIATION OF THE BILLS. She was in the House, the Senate didn't even have a bill yet, until they'd written one and passed it, the House wouldn't know what was in it and couldn't start any reconciliation. Eventually they just gave up on getting the Repubs to do anything to solve the healthcare mess and figured out a way to pass it by simple majority, so Pelosi and the House could see what was in the SENATE bill, which is what she was talking about.
Get your facts straight, mysteryman. Tell your cohorts to get theirs straight too.