What’s the Big Hurry?
“For the fourth time in five years this White House has proven it does not take trillion-dollar deficits seriously enough to submit a budget on time. In contrast, Republicans will meet our obligations and pass another budget in the coming weeks that addresses our spending problem, promotes robust job creation, and expands opportunity for all Americans. The president’s Senate now must pass a budget this year for the first time in nearly four years, or lose its pay. It’s long past time for the president to do his job. This week, the House will act on a measure requiring the president to submit a balanced budget, and we hope he uses this opportunity to offer the American people his plan to do that.”
Those were John Boehner’s words this morning, Monday, February 4th.
Take a “chill pill” Johnny. What’s the hurry? If Congress continues to act as it did in the last session, no one will read it for about a month. You need to go work on your tan, then have a martini or two. You’ve done all the work you planned for today, issuing your little tirade.
Making statements to the press is a waste of time. Democrats and Republicans need to learn to talk to each other directly, not through a third party. The way I see it taxpayers are wasting a lot of money supporting 535 people they elect to do a job, and nothing gets done.
It’s not necessary to continue to criticize the President. In case you haven’t heard, he cannot be re-elected.
Columnist-The Guardian Express