Weekly GOP Videos
Americans Deserve Leadership on Jobs, Economy
Jun 11 2013
As the American people remain focused on creating jobs and growing the economy, the administration's credibility gap on these and other issues continues to widen.
Credibility Gap Widens
Jun 04 2013
President Obama's credibility gap isn't limited to the recent scandals plaguing his administration. Obama and Washington Democrats are failing the American people on the two most important issues to them: jobs and the economy.
"Glitches and Bumps"
May 07 2013
ObamaCare's incentive to employ part-time workers means fewer hours and lower wages for American workers. Nearly 280,000 Americans involuntarily entered part-time employment in April.
Apr 23 2013
ObamaCare, President Obama's signature piece of legislation, is hamstringing economic growth and job creation. It accounts for more than $1 trillion in new taxes, 20,000 pages of burdensome regulations, and will lead to 800,000 fewer jobs. Even the bill's co-author, Senator Max Baucus, is calling it a "train wreck."
Carter-Era Policies, Carter-Era Results
Apr 17 2013
After piling more than $1.7 trillion in new taxes on the American people, President Obama is now is calling for an additional $1.1 trillion in new taxes. Senate Republicans reject raising taxes on hard-working Americans and support pro-growth policies that will grow the economy and get more people back to work.
Balance the Budget for Jobs, Growth, and Opportunity
Apr 09 2013
President Obama is set to release his budget tomorrow (two months late), and it's reportedly filled with more of the same failed economic policies.
Mar 19 2013
A Budget that Grows the Economy, Not the Government
Republicans support a budget that grows the economy, not the government. Unfortunately, the Senate Democrats' budget contains more of the same job-crushing policies that have hamstrung economic growth: more taxes, more spending, more debt.
Mar 12 2013
Grow the Economy, Not the Government
Mar 05 13
Policies That Create Growth
Congress and the president promised the American people spending cuts a year and a half ago - Republicans intend to keep that promise.
Feb 26 13
At the 11th hour, Senate Democrats this week are proposing to replace the president's sequester with another gimmicky, designed-to-fail tax hike bill. Republicans believe there are better ways to lower the deficit, but do not support replacing spending cuts with tax hikes.
Feb 12 13
GOP Vision for Jobs and Growth
Now that the tax issue is over, it's time to address Washington's spending addiction. Spending reform means more jobs, greater economic growth, and more opportunities for America's middle class.
Jan 29 13
President Obama's promises to address runaway Washington spending - including his pledge to cut the deficit in half by the end of his first term - have fallen flat. For the first time in history, the U.S. has seen four straight years of deficits of $1 trillion or more and the national debt has ballooned by more than 50 percent during the same period of time. Senate Republicans stand ready to work with the president to rein in Washington's out-of-control spending in order to create jobs, economic growth, and opportunity.
Jan 23 2013
Time to Address Runaway Government Spending
Now that the tax issue has been resolved, reining in out-of-control government spending is now the focus. One way to control spending and the growth of government is for Congress to pass a budget - something Senate Democrats haven't done in nearly 4 years. With more than $5 trillion added to the debt since then, the time is now to end Washington's spending addition and for Senate Democrats to fulfill their legal obligation to pass a budget.
Dec 18 2012
Mr. President, Where Are the Spending Cuts?
The American people agree: Washington doesn't tax too little; it spends too much. We know the president wants to raises taxes, but many people are still wondering, where are the spending cuts?
Dec 11 2012
Last week, Secretary Geithner said the administration is "absolutely" prepared to go over the fiscal cliff if it doesn't get its way on tax rate hikes. Instead of raising taxes on nearly 1 million small businesses that employ nearly 25 percent of the national workforce, we should enact pro-growth reform, cut runaway spending, and reform entitlement programs that drive the national debt.
Dec 07 2012
Reid vs. Reid
In 2005, when Democrats were the minority party in the Senate, Senator Reid said breaking the rules to change the rules of the Senate was "un-American" and a "partisan political grab." Today, now that Democrats are in the majority, Senator Reid is singing a different tune.
Dec 04 2012