Senator Cornyn statement ahead of president's trip

Published On: Mar 16 2012 02:28:36 PM CDT   Updated On: Mar 09 2012 01:28:48 AM CST
HOUSTON -

President Barack Obama will arrive in Houston later today for two fundraisers. One at Minute Maid Park and the other at a private home of a long time friend who lives in River Oaks.

Ahead of the president’s visit, Senator John Cornyn (R-Texas) has released the following statement.

"Texans deserve a Commander-in-Chief whose primary concern is creating more jobs for them, not using our state as an ATM to protect his own."

WASHNGTON — Today U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) released the following statement ahead of President Obama’s planned trip to Houston:

"Barely 24 hours after maneuvering behind the scenes to defeat the Keystone pipeline and the Gulf Coast jobs that come with it, the President again will use Texas to replenish his campaign coffers.

"Texans deserve a Commander-in-Chief whose primary concern is creating more jobs for them, not using our state as an ATM to protect his own."