Contribute
CONNECT:

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

President -0.1%

- January 30, 2013

SHOT: In Obama's Second Inaugural Address, Obama Told Americans That "An Economic Recovery Has Begun." OBAMA: "This generation of Americans has been tested by crises that steeled our resolve and proved our resilience. A decade of war is now ending. An economic recovery has begun. America's possibilities are limitless, for we possess all the qualities that this world without boundaries demands: youth and drive; diversity and openness; an endless capacity for risk and a gift for reinvention." (President Barack Obama, Second Inaugural Address, Washington, D.C., 1/21/13)... Continue Reading »

Research

Obama’s Show Council

- January 28, 2013

"Obama Has A Lot On His Legislative Wish List, And Democrats On Capitol Hill Do Not Want The White House To Get Distracted From The Top Issue On Voters' Minds: Jobs And The Economy." "If President Obama does not reauthorize his job council this week, the move will likely spark criticism from Republicans and could disquiet some Democrats. Obama has a lot on his legislative wish list, and Democrats on Capitol Hill do not want the White House to get distracted from the top issue on voters' minds: jobs and the economy." (Niall Stanage and Amie Parnes, "Obama Faces Dilemma Over Jobs Council," The Hill, 1/27/13)... Continue Reading »

Research

Stimulus Failure Clouds Obama’s Michigan Trip

- December 10, 2012

Today, Obama Will Visit An Auto Plant In Michigan. "President Obama is headed to Michigan on Monday, where he will meet with autoworkers in his ongoing effort to pressure Republicans amid ' fiscal cliff ' negotiations. Obama's visit to a Daimler Detroit Diesel plant in Redford will come the same day the company announces a new $100 million investment to produce engines for heavy-duty trucks." ... Continue Reading »

Research

What They Are Saying: 28 Newspapers (And Counting) That Endorsed Obama In 2008 Change Their Minds In 2012

- October 29, 2012

#1 - The Des Moines Register: Obama's "Record On The Economy The Past Four Years Does Not Suggest He Would Lead In The Direction The Nation Must Go In The Next Four Years." "Barack Obama rocketed to the presidency from relative obscurity with a theme of hope and change. A different reality has marked his presidency. His record on the economy the past four years does not suggest he would lead in the direction the nation must go in the next four years." ... Continue Reading »

Research

Bloomberg Report Details Obama Retreat From “Stimulus”

- October 26, 2012

Bloomberg Reports That, According To Obama’s Former Chief Of Staff Bill Daley, “Early In 2011, With Unemployment Hovering Above 9 Percent, Obama’s Aides Made A Calculated Decision To Stop Expending The President’s Political Capital To Defend The Program, Either By Its Name Or The Generic Term Stimulus.” Then, early in 2011, with unemployment hovering above 9 percent, Obama’s aides made a calculated decision to stop expending the president’s political capital to defend the program, either by its name or the generic term stimulus, said Bill Daley, Obama’s chief of staff at the time. ‘It was pretty obvious that people didn’t see a difference in the economy yet,’ Daley said. ‘You could see the investments, but you couldn’t see the returns on those investments.’” ... Continue Reading »

Research

They Said It! Former Obama Econ Adviser Gives Obama "No Better Than A 'C'"

- October 20, 2012

FOX's Sean Hannity: "Give me a grade for the president. I give him a failure on the economy and a failure on broken promises. What do you give him?"... Continue Reading »

Republican National Committee

Connect With Us

Republican National Committee
Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel
News & Videos
  • 310 First Street SE, Washington, DC 20003
  • 202-863-8500

By providing your phone number, you are consenting to receive calls and SMS/MMS msgs, including autodialed and automated calls and texts, to that number from the Republican National Committee. Msg&data rates may apply. Terms & conditions/privacy policy apply 80810-info.com.

Paid for by the Republican National Committee. Not Authorized By Any Candidate Or Candidate's Committee. www.gop.com

By providing your phone number, you are consenting to receive calls and SMS/MMS msgs, including autodialed and automated calls and texts, to that number from the Republican National Committee. Msg&data rates may apply. Terms & conditions/privacy policy apply 80810-info.com.

Paid for by the Republican National Committee.
Not Authorized By Any Candidate Or Candidate's Committee. www.gop.com