RNC Launches New Web Video: “Obama’s Failed Promises in Michigan”
WASHINGTON - The Republican National Committee (RNC) is out with a new web video “Obama’s Failed Promises In Michigan” as Republicans across Michigan cast ballots for a replacement to Barack Obama this fall. After four years of failed promises from reducing the price at the pump to growing the economy to cutting the deficit in half, the people of Michigan are ready for new leadership in the White House.
The web video can be viewed here.
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“In 2008, when visiting Grand Rapids, Michigan, Barack Obama lamented about the rising cost of gas and groceries saying things will get worse if ‘we don’t act,’” said RNC Chairman Reince Priebus. “Unfortunately, after three years of being worse off, the only person to blame for inaction is Barack Obama.”
“The president pays lip-service to an all-of-the-above energy policy, yet rejected the Keystone Pipeline and has impeded American energy exploration. His ‘green energy’ policies equate to hefty handouts to campaign donors as in the case of Solyndra. As gas prices soar, Obama admits his own energy policy is just a ‘hodgepodge.’ Instead of more failed promises, America deserves a leader who is ready to tackle our challenges, not sit back and give speeches.”