Patch asked Congressman Woodall for a response to Wednesday's , organized by MoveOn Gwinnett and held outside his office at the . “The concerns Moveon.org shared highlights the division between Republicans and Democrats today," Woodall said Thursday. "One side believes that government spending creates jobs, while I and other conservatives know that excessive government borrowing destroys jobs. I remain focused on job creation and am committed to continuing our work in the House to rein in borrowing, which will lead to a more stable economy."
"I am grateful for their participation in these important conversations and encourage Moveon.org to take these same concerns to the President and ask him to act on the many job creating opportunities that sit on his desk today like the three pending Free Trade Agreements that would absolutely expand U.S. markets and grow jobs,” Woodall said.