Kasich: Washington Can Learn From Ohio | Speaker of the House


Speaker of the House John Boehner
Kasich: Washington Can Learn From Ohio
August 21, 2011 | Posted by Speaker Boehner’s Press Office | Permalink
While President Obama pushes for more of the same failed “stimulus” policies, Ohio Governor John Kasich says Washington could learn from Ohio’s success in closing the largest budget shortfall in its history without raising taxes. “The playbook we’re following here in Ohio is simple,” says Kasich in the Weekly Republican Address. To create jobs and economic growth, “you have to tax less, spend less, and regulate less. If we can do it here in Ohio, Washington can – and should – do it also.” Watch the address and read more below:

The Democrats Running Washington Want More of the Same Failed “Stimulus” Spending, Higher Taxes, & More Regulations

  • Check out our chart illustrating the failure of the “stimulus” spending binge, which left us with 1.3 million fewer jobs and an average unemployment rate of 9.5 percent.

Republicans Are Working to Remove Barriers to Private-Sector Job Creation & Economic Growth

  • In an op-ed for USA Today, Speaker Boehner and Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) outline many of the GOP jobs proposals that remain blocked by the Democrat-led Senate.

Don’t forget to watch the weekly address by Governor Kasich, and be sure to stay connected with the Office of the Speaker on Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, YouTube, and Speaker.gov. Thank you!

– Speaker Boehner’s Press Office

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