Speaker Boehner discussed President Obama’s failure to put forth a serious budget proposal that addresses Washington’s spending problem.
Tag: Fiscal Responsibility
Speaker Boehner made the following remarks at a press conference with Republican leaders today discussing President Obama’s budget:
A full 65 days after it was due by law, the president will finally release his budget tomorrow.
We’re just two days away from the release of the president’s budget. And here are two words you should be looking for (and dubious of) when it arrives Wednesday: primary balance.
For the last nine days, we’ve been counting down to the release of the president’s budget and asking some important questions. Today, we got a few answers – and they weren’t good.
House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) issued the following statement today in response to media reports on President Obama’s upcoming budget submission:
On Wednesday, we kicked off a 12-day countdown to the April 8th release of President Obama’s budget, asking a number of unanswered questions.
In a matter of 14 days, the president’s spending plan will finally – finally – come into focus, and Americans will be able to see how the president would spend their money.
Submitting an annual budget might be an afterthought to this White House – especially one that doesn’t think spending is the problem – but surely there’s a good explanation for its failure to offer one on time.
In an interview on The Hugh Hewitt Show yesterday, Speaker Boehner highlighted a statement from 180 economists who agree America’s spending problem must be addressed to help the economy grow and create jobs.