24 June 2011
Printing Industries of America fires back at president's comments about print
WASHINGTON, D.C.—The president of Printing Industries of America has fired back at U.S. President Barack Obama for comments the president made in an online address about how to cut waste.

Obama said in his Campaign to Cut Waste video on YouTube that the printed version of the daily Federal Register will be scrapped because "no one reads this thing" as it is readily available on the internet. The president then noted getting rid of "stupid spending" is a way to cut the country's huge deficit.

Mike Makin of Printing Industries of America released his own YouTube address in response. While Makin said the association understands the need for government to examine spending, he took offense to printed products being referred to as "expensive doorstops".


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