GOP weekly address: "Less spending, more jobs, it's that simple"

Republicans are accusing President Barack Obama and the Democrats of promoting economic policies that rely too much on spending and not enough on cutting.

(AP) Republicans are accusing President Barack

Obama and the Democrats of promoting economic policies that rely too much on spending and not enough on cutting.

     

In the weekly GOP radio and Internet address Rep. Chris Lee of New York says Americans "want us to work together on commonsense solutions" to curb spending and focus on helping create jobs.

     

Lee contended that the economic recovery act passed last year never lived up to Democrats' promises that it would reduce unemployment and that the health care bill will cost taxpayers money, not bring savings.

     

He says the choice is to "make the tough decisions required to put our fiscal house in order or continue to duck them."

     

Lee says Republicans have a number of proposals "to cut spending now and make Washington do more with less, just as families and small businesses are."

 

 

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