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Woodall Statement on President Obama's FY2013 Budget Proposal

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Location: Washington, DC

Congressman Rob Woodall (R-GA) issued the following statement after reviewing President Obama's FY2013 budget request:

"I had great hopes for President Obama's budget, but having seen it I am very disappointed. Rather than being bold about reclaiming America's prosperity, the President simply repeaCongressman Rob Woodall (R-GA) issued the following statement after reviewing President Obama's FY2013 budget request:

"I had great hopes for President Obama's budget, but having seen it I am very disappointed. Rather than being bold about reclaiming America's prosperity, the President simply repeated his playbook from years past: higher taxes, higher spending, and no bold proposals to rescue programs critical to our nation's seniors."

"The President promised better in his State of the Union, and I believed him. Thankfully, America is not stuck without a serious budget blueprint. My colleagues and I on the House Budget Committee are crafting a results-oriented budget that reflects America's priorities. Our honest and realistic budget focuses on fact-based solutions to Washington's spending addiction. We make hard choices that require contributions from everyone. Now, more than ever, the American people deserve a budget that cultivates job growth in this country, provides security for our seniors, and responsibly closes Washington's massive spending gaps."

"We have a chance to do something meaningful for our children and grandchildren. I ask President Obama and the Senate to stop campaigning and start working with the House toward an agreement on economic security that will endure for generations."ted his playbook from years past: higher taxes, higher spending, and no bold proposals to rescue programs critical to our nation's seniors."

"The President promised better in his State of the Union, and I believed him. Thankfully, America is not stuck without a serious budget blueprint. My colleagues and I on the House Budget Committee are crafting a results-oriented budget that reflects America's priorities. Our honest and realistic budget focuses on fact-based solutions to Washington's spending addiction. We make hard choices that require contributions from everyone. Now, more than ever, the American people deserve a budget that cultivates job growth in this country, provides security for our seniors, and responsibly closes Washington's massive spending gaps."

"We have a chance to do something meaningful for our children and grandchildren. I ask President Obama and the Senate to stop campaigning and start working with the House toward an agreement on economic security that will endure for generations."


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