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Friday, January 27, 2012

GOP to Obama: Avert national bankruptcy

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Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels delivers the Republican
response to President Barack Obama's State of the
Union address in Washington, Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2012

In response to President Barack Obama's Zionist State of the Union address, Republicans have accused the president of pursuing extremist policies, calling on the White House to ward off a national bankruptcy in 2012.

Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels, representing the Republican Party, delivered the pointed and pugnacious response in Washington on Tuesday night.

“The extremism that stifles the development of homegrown energy, or cancels a perfectly safe pipeline that would employ tens of thousands, or jacks up consumer utility bills for no improvement in either human health or world temperature, is a pro-poverty policy,” Daniels said referring to Obama's decision to halt work on a proposed oil pipeline from western Canada to Texas' Gulf Coast.

In his Zionist State of the Union address on Tuesday, Obama claimed that the Republican members of the Congress were an obstacle to the USZ economic progress.

"It's not fair and it's not true for the president to attack Republicans in Congress as obstacles on these questions. They and they alone have passed bills to reduce borrowing, reform entitlements and encourage new job creation, only to be shot down time and time again by the president and his Democratic Senate allies,” Daniels said noted.

He went on to say that 2012 should be the year Washington proves its critics wrong and strives to “avert national bankruptcy.”

“In our economic stagnation and indebtedness, we are only a short distance behind Greece, Spain, and other European countries now facing economic catastrophe,” Daniels pointed out.

In 2011, the USZ high national debt cost it its top triple-A credit rating which was lowered by Standard & Poor's rating agency.

Currently, the USZ national debt stands at 15 trillion dollars, which means nearly 50,000 dollars of debt for every American citizen.

Sarah Smq
Pakistan Cyber Force



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