With President Obama sitting on the sidelines and Senate Democrats divided and desperate to keep their spending binge going, the Republican-led House voted to cut another $6 billion yesterday, bringing the 5 week total for spending cuts to $10 billion. And there are more cuts to come to help end the uncertainty plaguing job creators so they can start hiring again. Here is some of the reaction to yesterday’s vote:

"Americans have had enough of bailouts, government takeovers and stimulus spending sprees. All have combined to create massive uncertainty for businesses large and small, and our economy is showing the effects. The country has lost confidence in Washington — and rightly so."

U.S. Rep John Boehner: Spending spree won’t fix our ailing economy
Detroit News

When President Barack Obama speaks in Holland today, I hope that instead of trying to convince the people of a city suffering from 11.8 percent unemployment that our economy is “moving forward,” he will listen closely when they ask, “Where are the jobs?”