Logo Header


Legislative News for the Week of June 11, 2012

In This Issue
Quotable Quotes
Weekly Talking Points
"From Reboot to Replay"

From 'Reboot' to Replay
From 'Reboot' to Replay

National Federation of Republican Women


124 N. Alfred Street

Alexandria, VA 22314


Phone: (703) 548-9688

Fax: (703) 548-9836


Join Our Mailing List
Like us on Facebook

Follow us on Twitter

View our videos on YouTube

 President: Rae Lynne Chornenky    Editor: Valerie Dowling 

Quotable Quotes:
Vice President Joe Biden while speaking at the U.S. Conference of Mayors in Orlando, FL 
Biden Say's He's Not Blue Collar:
Biden Say's He's Not Blue Collar: "No One in my Family Worked in a Factory"

"My dad never worked in a Food Fair. My dad never wore a blue collar, Barack makes me sound like I just climbed out of a mine in Scranton, Pennsylvania carrying a lunch bucket."
 "No one in my family worked in a factory," Vice President Joe Biden added. 


Weekly Talking Points
10 Democrats Who Disagree or Dodge Questions On President Obama's Comment that the Private Sector is "Doing Fine"
Former DNC Chair Governor Tim Kaine (D-VA) "I don't think the private sector is doing fine..."
Secretary of Treasury Timothy Geithner: "It is a very tough economy still..."
Former DNC Chair Governor Ed Rendell (D-PA) "It's obviously a very significant misstatement"
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick (D-MA) 'I think it's [the private sector] uncertain, and I think it suffers from a certain amount of the politics of uncertainty"
Senator Mark Warner (D-VA), when asked if he felt like the private sector is doing find like the President said the other day, "No."
Former Obama Economic Advisor Steven Rattner: "I'm saying it's not doing fine."
The NY Times' Paul Krugman: "The President Bungled the Line"
Congresswoman Shelley Berkley (D-NV) "We are going through very, very tough times"
Former Biden Economic Advisor Jared Bernstein: "I winced having not been in there"
Obama Senior Advisor David Axelrod Dodged Question About Private Sector Doing Fine Three Times
Information Courtesy of RNC Research Department 
To read the entire RNC Research Briefing, click here