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Republican Conference Chairman Mike Pence (R-IN) Delivers Weekly Republican Address

July 22, 2010

In the Weekly Republican Address, House Republican Conference Chairman Mike Pence (R-IN) talks about Washington Democrats’ refusal to listen to the American people and take action to prevent the largest tax increase in history from taking effect.  Republicans are listening to the American people through America Speaking Out and offering better solutions to get people working again and make government more accountable to the people it serves.  Now in his fifth term in Congr Read More

Boehner: “Today’s report is a stark reminder of the legacy of Obamanomics: more spending, more debt, and fewer jobs.”

July 22, 2010

House Republican Leader John Boehner (R-OH) issued the following statement after the Office of Management and Budget released its mid-session review of our nation’s fiscal health: Read More

Boehner to President Obama: “Where Are the Jobs?”

July 22, 2010

[EMBARGOED UNTIL 6:00 AM: July 24, 2010] House Republican Leader John Boehner (R-OH) issued the following statement in response to inaccurate, partisan attacks in the President’s Weekly Address:“Out-of-touch and unable to sell his agenda in the face of near-double-digit unemployment, President Obama is resorting to partisan attacks, rather than working with Republicans to help the American people, who are asking, ‘where are the jobs?’ Read More

ObamaCare: Four Months Of Broken Promises

July 22, 2010

Four months ago today, President Obama signed his government takeover of health care into law with promises it would lower costs, help create jobs, and reduce the deficit.  Since then, however, three things have become abundantly clear: first, the American people remain squarely opposed to it. Second, it is off to a rocky start, having failed to live up to specific promises made by President Obama and Washington Democrats. Read More

Hoyer Dismisses Americans’ Call for “Read the Bill” Reform as “Unreasonable,” “Not Relevant”

July 22, 2010

In a jarring reminder of the out-of-touch arrogance of the Democratic majority in Washington, the second most powerful Democrat in the House, Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD), today publicly mocked suggestions that reforms should be adopted in Congress that would prohibit the House from considering any bill that has not been publicly available on the Internet for at least three days, calling the idea “unreasonable” and “not relevant.”  The idea was Read More