Video: Joe Biden Still Thinks Clinton is President

November 5, 2012 at 8:33 am (Joe Biden, Ohio, President Clinton, Vice President)

When he doesn’t know what state he’s in, or what century for that matter, vice-President Joe Biden is apparently busy trying to figure out what administration he works…

Joe, what will we ever do without you?
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New York GOP Greets President Obama … With a Cold Dose of Reality

August 22, 2012 at 9:58 pm (Carmelo Anthony, Ed Cox, Michael Jordan, Mitt Romney, New York, Patrick Ewing, President Clinton, President Obama, Unemployment, Welfare Reform)

Today New York GOP Chairman Ed Cox released the following statement regarding President Obama’s latest celebrity fueled fundraiser:

“Once again, we’re happy to welcome President Obama back to New York, where unemployment in both New York City (9.6%) and New York State (8.9%) remains above the national average, for yet another swank, star-studded fundraiser for his reelection campaign.

“While President Obama spends his day shooting hoops with Michael Jordan, Patrick Ewing, and Carmelo Anthony, his administration continues to throw bricks when it comes to job creation and economic growth.

“Today also marks the 16th anniversary of President Clinton signing bipartisan “welfare to work” requirements into law, which Obama unilaterally dismantled last month.  Welfare reform demonstrated that government policies can best help those in need by promoting work and personal responsibility over government dependence.

“In one fell swoop, Obama undermined one of the most celebrated bipartisan achievements of the 1990s in an election year handout to his liberal base.

“It’s an insult to Americans on welfare who are looking for an opportunity to build better lives for themselves and a kick in the gut to the millions of hard-working middle-class taxpayers struggling in today’s economy – working more for less but always preferring self-sufficiency to a government handout.

“Mitt Romney has promised to rescind Obama’s executive action and make clear that work requirements are not optional.

“Governor Romney’s plan for a stronger middle class will rely on the hard work and ingenuity of the American people – not more directives and dollars from Washington.”

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