House Republicans Slam Obama's 'We Can't Wait' Slogan

Tuesday, 25 Oct 2011 03:23 PM

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President Barack Obama introduced the slogan "We Can't Wait" Monday in a speech to explain and drum up support for his mortgage refinancing plan. It didn’t take long for House Republicans to fire back, The Hill reports.

They questioned why Senate Democrats have failed to act on multiple House-passed bills favoring deregulation.

"In my opinion, this slogan is an odd choice, especially coming from the president and his party," said Rep. Glenn Thompson, R-Pa.

"Right now, 15 different House-passed jobs bills, each reducing the red tape that is hindering small business, each removing obstacles to domestic energy production, are stuck in the Senate awaiting action from Democratic leadership. Mr. Speaker, the president is right: We can't wait."

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