Skip to comments.Perry: Americans Need Work, Not Symbolism; We Need New Jobs, Not New Agencies
Posted on 08/16/2011 5:56:26 PM PDT by shield
CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA Texas Gov. Rick Perry today visited Cedar Rapids, Iowa where he criticized President Obamas proposal to create a new jobs agency as a solution to economic recovery. He also reiterated his call for the Administration to issue a six-month freeze on new regulations to help free employers to create more jobs for Americans.
What is this presidents plan to fix the economy? Apparently to create a new jobs agency, Gov. Perry said. Mr. President, we have tried two and a half years of government creating jobs, its time to let the private sector get to work. Americans need work, not symbolism. We need new jobs, not new agencies. If you want to create jobs, dont create a new agency, and stop all the unnecessary regulations of the agencies you already control.
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Perry’s firing at will right now.
Dang. Must admit, I love it.
Amen to that!
Calling this mongrel President...probably sticks in his throat...he knows barry isn’t legally qualified to be in our WH......
Perry is Obama’s worst nightmare, a candidate that’s almost impossible for him to counter and one that will fight back.
Yes, he is...Perry is a fighter...and he’s been watching and fighting the feds...so who better to be running against the jerk than Governor Rick Perry...he says what he means and means what he says...he’ll NEVER backtrack...that’s not how he is made...
6 month freeze??? Hell roll that dog crap back!
And the world takes notice!
And if you wonder about the power of the vacuum...remember when that loudmouth Donald Trump stepped into the vacuum. All eyes were upon him until Obama threatened him (how...we might never know. But he was threatened I am told!).
Well, the vacuum was never filled (no one of note still screams "the emperor has no clothes"...or BC)...and since nature hates a vacuum, Perry can now step into it.
And all eyes are now upon him.
And make no mistake...his accusation that Bernanke was traitorous was directed at Obama.
And Obama took note!
How long before the media compares him to the Norway killer?
That's easy to figure. Obama owns Immeldt who owns GE who owns/owned NBC. Obama probably threatened to have "The Apprentice" cancelled.
Very interesting....I can see how Trump could be threatened...no tellin’ what he has to hide...what about Perry?
I am a ginzo, Wop, Dago, from the Bronx, NY and have to say I am loving this.
it’s like we just moved the battle tanks to the front line.
Perry is saying what we conservatives know and believe. Government and government agencies do not create jobs in the private sector, government must get out of the way and the magic of capitalism will grow jobs and grow our economy.
Obama’s solution is another expensive and useless bureaucracy. He is so out of touch with reality we would be better off if he just stayed on that bus and did sightseeing for the next year.
Perry steps in and instantly gets mad press coverage attacking Obama. No other candidate has been able to score points like this, and he’s only been at it a couple of days.
That’s Governor Perry for you....he just ain’t goin’ take any bs...he’ll not let this commie thugs step on him and his country. They tried to step on Texas...that hasn’t worked out too well for them....they thought they’d win the governors race and Perry stomped all over them.
Oh, it’s from his own website. My mistake.
Last weeks articles were all about “Team Perry” and how they had been with him for 10 years or more. They know how to act, react and attack.
Maybe about the time the ‘media’ figures out how to wipe cow dung off cowboy boots?
Now here in Texas...Perry butted horns with Barry...and Barry lost...so we’re kinda use to it.
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