Tuesday, June 09, 2009

Jon Voight: Obama a "false prophet"!

June 9 (Bloomberg) -- Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said President Barack Obama’s plan to fix the economy through stimulus spending and government intervention to boost companies like General Motors Corp. has “already failed.”
“Bureaucrats managing companies does not work, politicians dominating the economy does not work,” Gingrich told about 2,000 Republicans who attended a fundraising dinner at the Washington Convention Center last night.
Gingrich was the keynote speaker at the event, which raised $14.5 million for the Republican House and Senate campaign committees as they gear up for the 2010 congressional election. After last year’s vote, Republicans find themselves outnumbered by Democrats in the House 256 to 178 and 59 to 40 in the Senate.
Some Republicans are hailing Gingrich, the leader of the 1994 “Republican Revolution” that brought them congressional majorities, as de facto head of the party at a time when they are looking the path back to political dominance.
In introducing him, Representative Paul Ryan of Wisconsin called Gingrich the “architect of the last reform movement” and “the man of ideas.”


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