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Media Questioning Where Presidential Leadership Has Been On Sequester

Communications • March 5, 2013

“The President’s in charge, and he’s got to figure out a way to stop the sequester and I think the symbolism of the last couple weeks hasn’t been great. He’s not really out there leading a new path towards figuring out how to avoid something that he says is a bad idea and promised as …

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Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) Delivers the Weekly Republican Address (VIDEO)

Communications • March 2, 2013

House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) delivers this week’s address, calling on President Obama and Senate Democrats to negotiate a solution to the President’s devastating spending cuts, known as the sequester. The President’s sequester went into effect March 1st. The Democrat-led Senate has not passed any replacement plan, and the President has not …

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Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) to Deliver the Weekly Republican Address

Communications • March 1, 2013

House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) will deliver the Weekly Republican Address tomorrow, Saturday, March 2. Check out a brief behind the scenes video of Rep. McMorris Rodgers preparing and delivering the address below. You can watch the full address here tomorrow.  Excited to give the Weekly #GOP Address! Watch tomorrow: GOP.gov/YouTube vine.co/v/bXpAgleEhKT …

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VIDEO: 1400 Days Later: Pass a Budget

Communications • February 27, 2013

It’s been 1,400 days since Harry Reid and the Democrat Senate passed a budget–an abysmal milestone. What could be accomplished in that time? Why aren’t they doing their job? Check out the video below. 

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VIDEO: Traveling To Anywhere But There

Communications • February 26, 2013

Instead of urging Senate Democrats to pass a smarter replacement for his sequester, President Obama is traveling everywhere but to the Senate. Just a few days before the President’s devastating cuts go into effect, Washington Democrats refuse to pass a serious plan to avert them. Watch and share the video below: 

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ICYMI: Congressman Gregory Meeks: We Don’t Have a Spending Problem

Communications • February 26, 2013

In an interview with Sean Hannity last night on Fox News, Congressman Gregory Meeks (D-NY) joined the growing chorus of Democrats who refuse to admit that Washington has a spending problem. This is the fourth time in two weeks that key Democrats have refused to acknowledge Washington’s spending problem.  SEAN HANNITY: I have a question …

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4 Questions to Ask President Obama About His Sequester

Communications • February 20, 2013

The White House today announced President Obama would participate in interviews with local television affiliates from across the country. Here are four questions the President should be asked about his sequester: 1. The House passed two bills to replace your sequester – one six weeks ago and one six months ago. Now you claim to …

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The President’s Sequester: A Timeline

Communications • February 20, 2013

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3 Omissions from President Obama’s Press Conference on His Sequester

Communications • February 19, 2013

1. The sequester was President Obama’s idea. • President Obama and his team were the first to propose the sequester. Bob Woodward and Jay Carney both confirmed this over the past week. 2. Republicans passed two plans to replace the President’s sequester, yet Senate Democrats have passed no replacement. • House Republicans took steps to …

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Rep. Martha Roby (R-AL) Delivers the Weekly Republican Address (VIDEO)

Communications • February 16, 2013

In this week’s address, Rep. Martha Roby (R-AL) discusses the devastating cuts in President Obama’s sequester, due to take effect March 1st. The House has passed two replacement plans with responsible spending cuts, and the President and Senate Democrats have yet to offer a serious replacement. It’s time Washington Democrats work with us the replace …

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