"WHILE OUR PROBLEMS MAY BE GREAT, OUR RESOLVE IS GREATER"
WASHINGTON – Congressman Frank Guinta (NH01), a member of the House Financial Services Committee, issued the following statement, after attending the President’s State of the Union Address to Congress tonight:
“The President’s address was an opportunity to look back on the last seven years of an Administration that promised national unity, economic recovery and peace, and to honestly assess our progress. Today, the United States, where a majority of Americans say our country is headed in the wrong direction, faces persistent economic stagnation and growing threats abroad. The broken promises and poor results, however, can help point us in a better direction – to a renewed commitment to policies of economic freedom and international leadership. While ourproblems may be great, our resolve is greater. New Hampshire, hosting the nation's first primary race, is already looking to the future. Soon, we will look at the last seven years as only a deviation, as Americans chart a new course to prosperity.”
Rep. Guinta is Manchester, New Hampshire’s former mayor and a member of the Subcommittees on Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit, as well as Monetary Policy and Trade. He co-founded the Bipartisan Task Force to Combat the Heroin Epidemic.