Dayton Tea Party's response to President Obama's Address to CongressPosted by DarthDilbert at 9/09/2009 09:10:00 PM
President Obama's Address to the U.S. Congress on Health Care Reform did not answer many pressing issues about his key proposal.
The President did not address the issues that are of concern to the American public such as tort reform, insurance availability across state lines, the estimated price tag for the bill, and how spending money would save money. The Congressional Budget Office predicted the bill would increase the budget deficit by $239 billion over 10 years.
"It's hard to take the President's pledge seriously on not spending more for health care reform when he supported bailout schemes and unprecedented deficits," said Rob Scott, President & Founder of the Dayton Tea Party. "This is nothing more than typical campaign-like rhetoric. He avoided specifics and promised everything."
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