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ICYMI: Chairman Priebus: “Obama Policies Hurt Middle Class”

- May 11, 2012

Excerpts from the Reno Gazette Journal  

By: Chairman Reince Priebus

May 11, 2012

"In 2008, then-candidate Barack Obama told us, 'The real question is, 'Will this country be better off four years from now?'

"Yet today, as the president speaks in Reno, he won't dare ask the question, 'Are we better off four years later?'

"Nevertheless, President Obama should be held to his own standard. A sitting president is accountable for his record, especially to those who have been hurt most during his presidency: the struggling middle class...

"Since President Obama took office, Nevada has lost over 70,000 jobs. Median household incomes have fallen over $5,000 since 2008. Two out of three homeowners owe more on their homes than they are worth.

"When Democrats and President Obama forced their $831 billion stimulus, more than $2 trillion ObamaCare bill and massive regulations on us, they said these big government programs would be good for the economy. But we are worse off thanks to these policies...

"In November, a vote for President Obama is a vote for more debt and high unemployment, higher taxes and more home foreclosures.

"But a vote for Republicans is a vote for a new direction - for opportunity and prosperity. It's a vote for policies that will secure a better future for our children and empower the middle class."

Click Here To Read The Full Op-Ed: http://on.rgj.com/JpUCf6

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