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Team Obama Already Freaking Out Over Ryan Pick

AbigailAdams4sure Wrote: Aug 11, 2012 6:47 PM
My critique of Obama's anti-Ryan plan: In other words, Ryan plans to take the gorging leach out of big government programs. Take student aid, for example: that's just blood for the already-engorged banking leaches. Rock on, Ryan. You are a lot better than our current President of Vice, Joe Biden.
wtmoore1 Wrote: Aug 11, 2012 9:26 PM
I come from a working class family, and was raised by a single mom. Without federal aid, I would not have had the opportunity to pursue higher education at its current cost. Price should not be the determining factor in whether a kid in this country can go to college if they are truly qualified. We all benefit when we invest in education--the problem isn't the government, it's the fact that the institutions charged with screening kids for academic capacity, the schools, aren't doing their job because the lower their standards, the more free federal money they can take. It's time educational institutions recognize their role, to educate at the lowest possible cost, not to dilute their educational value in order to run a better business.

The Obama campaign is already out with their first ad against vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan. The ad parrots the same talking progressive points we've been hearing for years: he's extreme, his budgets cut too much, he wants to hurt grandma and the middle class. These talking points have been debunked over and over again and Ryan's plan, unlike plans offered by President Obama, reforms entitlements and addresses out of control spending.

Progressive Americans for Tax Fairness is calling the Romney/Ryan vision of job growth, smaller government and...