Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) expressed doubt on Sunday that President Obam can provide any viable economic policies to create jobs and gain bipartisan support.But I'm sure the folks at MSNBC will be getting all tingly over it.
“Frankly I am so tired of his speeches, it's going to be hard for me to watch,” said DeMint on CNN’s State of the Union. “We need a plan in writing, he needs to send it to us and tell us what it is going to cost so not only Congress and the American people can read it, businesses can read it.”
Speaking later in an appearance on ABC’s “This Week” DeMint added that he was "pretty frustrated with the speech idea and the things that have been leaking out from the White House."
"I don't think the president is going to come out with things that are really going to create jobs I'm afraid it's just pandering to his base," he said. "None of them are like what I've been hearing from businesses all over the country."
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