Interim Georgia Democratic Party Chairwoman Nikema Williams’ statements on President Obama’s recent comments of his ‘economic visions’ was rejected on Thursday in a release to Georgia Republicans by Georgia Republican Party (GAGOP) 1st Vice-Chairman, Michael McNeely.
McNeely, who was elected as Georgia’s new Republican Party 1st Vice-Chairman at the 2013 Georgia State GOP Convention that was held in Athens, Ga. in May said that Georgia Democratic Party Chairwoman Williams, and Democrat Michelle Nunn, who recently decided to run for the U.S. Senate, just don’t get it.
McNeely said, “It comes as no surprise that on the same day the Georgia Democratic Party is named by Roll Call as one of the most dysfunctional political organizations in America, their leader is praising one of the most dysfunctional Presidencies in the history of our country. The President, Georgia Democratic Party Chairwoman Williams, and Michelle Nunn just don’t get it. Liberal policies are not the solution to this country’s economic woes. They are precisely the problem.”
“Under the President’s failed leadership, millions of Americans are out of work, billions have been wasted on government growth, and trillions have been added to our national debt. These are not ‘manufactured crises.’ These are economic disasters and the big government, big spending, big debt policies of the Obama Administration are to blame,” McNeely said.
“To rebuild America, we need to get government out of the way. By repealing anti-business regulations and mandates like ObamaCare, we can empower the private sector. By lowering taxes, we can create an environment and economy ripe for job creation.”
Earlier in July, CNS reported that since January 2009, when Barack Obama was inaugurated as president, the United States has seen 54 straight months with the unemployment rate at 7.5 percent or higher, which is the longest stretch of unemployment at or above that rate since 1948.
In response to how anyone, especially the Democratic Party in Georgia could support Obama’s economic visions, McNeely finished by saying, “The Republican Party is one of ideas, ideals, and solutions. It’s time for the President and his cohorts to admit the failures of their policies and give conservative reform efforts a chance. Only then can we re-build this country…only then can we move America forward.”
The Georgia Democratic Party has been failing for years and continues to do so as well as supporting Obama’s economic visions that have failed since 2009.
Also, Roll Call, the source for news on Capitol Hill on Tuesday stated that the Georgia Democratic Party is one of the top seven most dysfunctional state parties in the country.
Roll Call stated, “The Peach State’s Democratic Party has decayed for years. But Georgia’s problems are more consequential than in other states.”
“After 2010, the party fell on tough times and Democrats no longer held any statewide offices. In June, Chairman Mike Berlon stepped down from leading the cash-strapped party after the state bar association temporarily suspended his law license and the Georgia Supreme Court reprimanded him for work with a private client.”