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Republican response to Obama: What Bob McDonnell will say

Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell calls President Obama's planned three-year freeze on discretionary spending "a laudable step, but a small one." He also applauds Obama on expanding charter schools and sending more troops to Afghanistan. On health care, he plans to say, "All Americans agree, we need a health care system that is affordable, accessible, and high quality. But most Americans do not want to turn over the best medical care system in the world to the federal government."

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By Rachel Weiner  |  January 27, 2010; 8:18 PM ET
 
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I don't understand why we pay republicans. As far as I know, there is one president of the united states. Why is it that republicans want to make America believe that there are 2. If I was on a football team and refused to play with the quarterback, I'd be kicked off in an instant. Republicans are only out to serve themselves. They don't fool me. Democrats are not perfect either, but at least in my independent eyes they're trying to do something for me. Fire all republicans, they're standing in the way of progress. They're the only ones standing in the way of progress.

Posted by: ligaroo | January 27, 2010 10:53 PM | Report abuse

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