“More spending. Higher taxes. Fewer jobs,” the poster teases over an image of Obama speaking, with Vice President Biden in the background. “From the studio that blocked nearly 30 House-passed bipartisan jobs bills ... 1,000 Days Without a Budget — A State of the Union Address. 1.24.2012.”
The “cast” listed on the poster includes President Barack ObamaBarack ObamaObama ex-physician mainstreams Clinton health reporting True immigration reform involves three branches of government Michele Bachmann: God picked Trump to be the GOP nominee MORE, Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenWill there be a 50-50 Senate next year? The lurking Russian threat Trump campaign CEO met with ex-Carter adviser MORE “& featuring Senate Democrats.”
The website listed on the poster, gop.gov/sotu, reads: “Coming Soon.”
Republicans promoted the poster as well as the “1,000 days” number Friday on Twitter.
Rep. Aaron Schock (R-Ill.) tweeted: “Guess what happens on Tuesday besides Obama’s SOTU? It will mark 1,000 days since the Senate bothered to pass a budget!”