(House of Representatives - April 25, 2013)

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                            ENOUGH IS ENOUGH

  (Mr. PRICE of Georgia asked and was given permission to address the 
House for 1 minute.)
  Mr. PRICE of Georgia. Mr. Speaker, the greatest amount of 
opportunity, the greatest amount of success for the greatest number of 
people--ensuring that the American Dream lives for all--that's what we 
want. That's our goal. And our constituents know that the path to that 
goal demands real solutions.
  Sadly, all we hear from the President and the other side is to just 
stay the course. More failed policies, more debt, more taxes, less 
American energy, more government control of health care, more 
dependency on government, less economic growth. That's their plan. And 
it simply isn't working for American families.
  And now the President is forcing air travel delays, blaming the 
action on the sequester. The FAA is spending right now exactly what it 
spent in 2010. So these are Obama flight delays. The truth is that any 
spending reduction at the FAA could easily be gained by cutting waste, 
not necessary services.
  President Obama, stop playing politics with the American people. We 
in Congress are used to it, but the public doesn't deserve it. Enough 
is enough.