No he ain't, but he's sure of a hell of a god worker.
I gotta think about that.
Suppose I went in with you guys that three hundred and fifty bucks i'd put in.
This scene shows what the average American dream was for men at this time. A little bit of foreshadowing is happening because George and Lennie will be chasing their dream of owning their own ranch throughout the book.
George is speaking for Lennie when they first arrive at the ranch when talking to the boss. George is speaking for Lennie because he thinks Lennie would ruin their chance at getting the job. This is showing an obstacle in George and Lennie's chase for their American dream.
Candy is telling George and Lennie how he can help buy the ranch. Candy wants to help so he doesn't feel useless anymore. This shows with a little help the American dream can be accomplished.