Friday, February 18, 2011


Speaker Boehner Reads The Riot Act

John Boehner is quickly coming into his own as a national leader. Here he makes it clear the House will cut spending come what may, exactly what they were hired to do by the voters who put them in the majority. But that's not all.

Boehner also endorsed Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker's proposed reforms to public service unions' collective bargaining rights and warned Obama to "suspend these tactics" of OFA-inspired intimidations organized against the state government - and directed from the White House.
The GOP Speaker referred specifically to an interview President Obama gave on Wednesday to Milwaukee television, in which he called the new law an "assault on unions." What's more, the Wisconsin chapter of the president's political arm within the Democratic National Committee (DNC), worked to promote rallies against the new law. Boehner called on Obama to have the DNC stand down in Wisconsin.


Proponents of D.C. voting rights visit Boehner’s home
Rep. Ryan: Wisconsin protests like Egypt "The White House has even unleashed the Democratic National Committee to spread disinformation and confusion in Wisconsin regarding the governor’s courageous actions," he said. "I urge the president to order the DNC to suspend these tactics."

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