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Gov. Daniels: Obama is 'pro-poverty'


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Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels ® castigated President Obama's policies as "pro-poverty" and extreme in his response to the State of the Union address.

The Indiana governor, who considered a run for the White House before deciding last year against a campaign, knocked Obama for imposing regulations on business and for rejecting the proposed Keystone oil pipeline.

He labeled Obama’s policies as "pro-poverty and extremism that stifles the development of homegrown energy, or cancels a perfectly safe pipeline that would employ tens of thousands, or jacks up consumer utility bills for no improvement in either human health or world temperature."
Daniels said Obama's "trickle-down government" policies has restrained the country's economic growth.

Daniels also criticized Obama for trying to divide people with class warfare. "No feature of the Obama presidency has been sadder than its constant efforts to divide us, to curry favor with some Americans by castigating others," he said.

Daniels attacked Obama for his criticism of congressional Republicans. Obama has repeatedly argued House Republicans have been at the core of Congressional obstruction from getting anything passed in their chamber.snip
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