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Stimulus

Obama’s stimulus plan failed. After spending over $800 billion, Americans are still unemployed and our government is deeper in debt. Instead of using the stimulus to rebuild America’s decaying infrastructure, Obama invested in his pet projects. Republicans understand the importance of creating an environment conducive to job-growth.


Research

Biden In Economic Fantasyland

- April 28, 2014

On Monday, Biden will deliver remarks on budget and economic policy at The George Washington University, the White House said.... Continue Reading »

Research

Obama By The Numbers

- April 9, 2014

A Look At The Numbers Facing Women - And All Americans - In The Obama Economy... Continue Reading »

Blog

RNC Statement on March Jobs Report

- April 4, 2014

We all want to see unemployed Americans going back to work, but only Republicans have spent the last years focused on policies that would actually speed up job creation,” said Chairman Priebus. “Democrats, on the other hand, have slowed down job creation—with ObamaCare, with wasteful spending, and with intrusive regulations. Today’s jobs report could be so much better, but Democrats in the Senate won’t pass Republican jobs bills.... Continue Reading »

Research

Even “Sheriff Joe” Couldn’t Stop Wasteful Stimulus Spending

- February 19, 2014

Today, Vice President Biden Is In Granit City, Ill, To Tout The Success Of Obama's Stimulus. "Vice President Joe Biden is touting the merits of the federal stimulus package enacted five years ago, and he's making an appearance in southwestern Illinois to do it. Biden was scheduled to appear with Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx at noon Wednesday at the America's Central Port near Granite City, northeast of St. Louis. He's expected to also highlight what he calls the need for more infrastructure spending."... Continue Reading »

Research

The Stimulus That Wasn't

- February 17, 2014

On February 17, 2009, Obama Signed The Stimulus Into Law, Promising It Marked "The Beginning Of The End" Of America's "Economic Troubles." "President Obama on Tuesday signed the $787 billion American Recovery and Reinvestment Act into law… 'Today does not mark the end of our economic troubles,' Obama said before signing the bill at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. 'But it does mark the beginning of the end - the beginning of what we need to do to create jobs for Americans scrambling in the wake of layoffs; to provide relief for families worried they won't be able to pay next month's bills; and to set our economy on a firmer foundation.'" (Jeanne Sahadi, "Stimulus: Now For The Hard Part," CNN's Money, 2/17/09)... Continue Reading »

Press Release

RNC Launches “Smaller Paychecks, Fewer Workers” Web Ad Series

- February 12, 2014

The Republican National Committee (RNC) released seven new web videos targeting vulnerable Senate Democrats. The videos follow last week’s devastating CBO report on ObamaCare and hold the Senators accountable for supporting a law that is resulting in fewer workers and smaller paychecks. In each of the seven states, active voters searching for relevant video content will see the web ad about their respective senator. ... Continue Reading »

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