Don Manzullo Comments on President Barack Obama’s Speech

Here’s 16th District Republican Congressman Don Manzullo’s reaction to the Stare of the Union Address:

Rep Manzullo Responds to President Obama’s State of the Union Address

(WASHINGTON) Congressman Don Manzullo (R-Egan) tonight issued the following statement responding to President Obama’s State of the Union Address to Congress and the nation:

“It’s good to hear President Obama talk about the need to help create jobs in America. But I’m concerned his fix will involve more deficit-hiking government spending. We have actually lost 3 million jobs since the President signed into law the failed $862 billion stimulus bill, and our national debt has surpassed $12 trillion.

“We need a colossal change in thinking here, and I implore President Obama to halt the ineffective government spending that is burdening future generations with debt, and instead focus on helping the private sector create jobs.

“At a minimum, Congress needs to stop pursuing job-killing legislation – like the health care and cap and trade bills – that would put another 8 million Americans out of work and hike taxes and health and energy costs for Americans.

“My American Jobs Agenda offers a host of legislative avenues to help create economic opportunities for our employers to put Americans back to work.”


Don Manzullo Comments on President Barack Obama’s Speech — 2 Comments

  1. Mr Manzullo,

    Your American Jobs Agenda can’t be that great or it would be used by the president.

    Instead of only finding fault with the Dems why don’t you try working with them and working FOR us.

    You have not voted one time with the president, he can’t be that wrong. Is it that you have no back bone to help us, the taxpayer. That seem to be the chat around the breakfast tables, even Republican coffee drinkers are saying that.

    Mike Lauer

  2. You are certainly in the vast minority. As not many of us agree on any policies the President has proposed and would conversely not be happy with him, if he did vote with the President. You don’t agree the majority of us stand behind him? Try running, we’ll see how well your district relates to your opinion Mr. Lauer.

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