“When is enough, enough?” declared Kevin Hangman, Chairman of the Napa County Republican Central Committee. “How can the President think more government jobs are the solution? He has had three years to get it right, we are spiraling out of control!”
In the State of the Union Speech, Obama referred to savings from war spending. Obama said, “Take the money we’re no longer spending at war, use half of it to pay down our debt, and use the rest to do some nation-building right here at home.”
“That is the most ridiculous statement,” said Pam Silleman, Napa Tea Party activist.
“War spending is not about U.S. spending from savings accounts; it is about the U.S. spending borrowed money. When war stops, borrowing for war stops. There is no sudden availability of cash. There is no half to pay down debt and half for nation-building. America is broke and living on credit cards. If and when war stops, the debt clock slows down a bit. Borrowing for war only slows down negative debt,” Silleman said.
“Where does Obama come up with this stuff? Who writes those speeches? The truth is, this speech was filled with recycled plans. His plans failed in year one. Then they failed in year two. And they failed again in year three. And these recycled plans will cause Obama to lose the White House in year four,” Hangman said.
“The facts are simple," said. “Government does not fix problems. Hard-working American people in private companies across the U.S. are the ones who fix problems. Educating people in school and Community Colleges, turning them out into the work force equipped to be successful and supporting them in their success, that is what fixes problems,” Gentry added.
“It is time to reduce Government. Increase commerce and industry and put America back to work – without doing this, the land our forefather’s fought and died for will be a failure story like Greece” Hangman said. “We owe it to our kids and grandkids to fix this Nation and to reduce the debt.”
If you want to learn more about the Napa County Republican Party, contact Kevin Hangman at email@example.com. To learn more about the Napa Tea Party contact Pam Silleman at firstname.lastname@example.org. To chat with Doris Gentry, write to email@example.com
Respectfully submitted by Kevin Hangman, Pam Silleman & Doris Gentry