John Boehner's statement practically begs for return fire:
One month ago I personally told the White House that another extension of temporary emergency unemployment benefits should not only be paid for but include something to help put people back to work. To date, the president has offered no such plan.
The American Jobs Act, from 2011, would have prevented "up to 280,000 teacher layoffs," made "immediate investments in infrastructure, modernizing our roads, railways and airports, putting hundreds of thousands of workers back on the job," and it was "Fully Paid For As Part Of The President's Long-Term Deficit Reduction Plan."
Speaker Boehner also said in his statement that if President Obama proposes such a bill, he'd "be happy to discuss it."
Well then just pull "it" out of your fucking desk drawer, John, and get on with a floor vote.