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RNC Chairman Priebus Statement On Barack Obama’s Budget Do-Over

- April 13, 2011

WASHINGTON – Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Priebus released the following statement today in response to Barack Obama’s budget do-over:

“It’s rare for a president to attempt a budget do-over but after failing to make any of the tough decisions on his first budget, the president needs a mulligan. It’s become clear the White House is losing the spending argument to Republicans in Congress and now the President is on defense with another Hail Mary speech. Unfortunately, this president’s answer for every problem is more tax hikes while ignoring Washington’s addiction to spending. The simple truth is our current rate of spending is unsustainable and inhibits job growth.  Republicans have already begun this adult conversation with the American people – it’s time for the President to join.”


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