Limbaugh blasts Obama’s streamlining of Commerce Dept as anti-business; Forgets GOP candidates positions on Commerce Dept
all of a sudden, Barack Obama said (paraphrased): “That’s too much paper! That’s too many reports! We’ve gotta streamline this.” The streamlining Barack Obama’s talking about will be unnoticeable after his health care bill is implemented. What a joke. What an absolute transparent, phony baloney, plastic banana, good-time rock ‘n’ roller FM type of a scam. All of a sudden, Obama’s the great small government reformer in an election year, with health care just waiting to be implemented, which will blow the size of this government up in ways that people cannot imagine — and then yesterday he had a big meeting on insourcing jobs.
That’s right, ladies and gentlemen, all of a sudden, Barack Obama wants to streamline government. Wow. Isn’t it a beautiful thing. Well, let’s look, shall we, at what it is Obama wants to shrink. These are the agencies that Obama suggests that we merge, downsize, shrink, what have you. The Commerce Department. The Small Business Administration. The Office of the US Trade Representative. The Export/Import Bank. The Overseas Private Investment Corporation. The Trade and Development Agency.
Now, what do these agencies all have in common? They’re all pro-business. They are all pro-business. And this is where Obama wants to shrink. You could even say those agencies might lean to being pro-Republican or pro-conservative, and that’s what Obama wants to shrink. He had this big press conference yesterday or whatever it was at the White House where he introduced a new term, insourcing, as opposed to outsourcing jobs.
Rick Perry: Wants to abolish the Commerce department
Ron Paul: Wants to abolish the Commerce department
Michelle Bachmann: Wanted to abolish Commerce department
Why does Rush hate the GOP?