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This month House Democratic Leadership has attempted to persuade the country that Washington does not have a spending problem.
House Minority Leader, Nancy Pelosi, told Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday that “it's almost a false argument to say we have a spending problem.”
Friends, this is laughable.
You can share your concerns with Congressman Tom Rice a bit easier.
His field representative is holding office hours in Conway and Georgetown. All you have to do is drop in.
Conventional political wisdom suggests President Barack Obama and Rep. Tom Rice, R-SC, don’t agree on much; however, the new South Carolina Republican Congressman said he’s been interested in some of what the president has said on jobs and the economy in the past.
Washington is broken.
Recently, we deferred the debt ceiling crisis until May 15. Whew!
It has been only 30 days since we hung by our fingernails over the edge of the fiscal cliff! Now we face the dreaded sequester. And in March the battle over the continuing resolution looms.
Washington, DC- House Small Business Committee Chairman Sam Graves (R-MO) named Rep. Tom Rice (R-SC), Chairman of the Economic Growth, Tax, and Capital Access Subcommittee for the 113th Congress.
The swearing-in ceremony for new Congressman Tom Rice, R-S.C., and other members of the 113th U.S. House began about noon Thursday, Rice said late Thursday afternoon, with the formal oath-taking happening about 3 p.m.
Congressman Tom Rice didn’t have too much time to revel in his success.
The freshman congressman representing South Carolina’s 7th Congressional District was sworn in with the rest of the incoming U.S. House members at a ceremony in the Capitol building in Washington on Thursday under a cloud of continued national turmoil.