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No, Paul Ryan's Budget Doesn't Maintain the Obamacare Tax Hikes

drrod Wrote: Mar 14, 2013 8:37 PM
Boehner just said there would be no repeal of Obamacare in the upcoming negotiations because that could cause the country to default. Another betrayal.
John147 Wrote: Mar 14, 2013 11:04 PM
mcgrahmnesty Wrote: Mar 15, 2013 2:53 AM
Rand Paul is not for easy-amnesty,

He said to lower legal-entries from any country to offset any illegals from that same country, that are considered allowed to stay here and become citizens.

He's talking within the context of current mainstream social politics now as any politician has to, to stay in the game.

But after his popularity and consensus builds and as the Obamination is exposed foer the Fake Phoney Fraud that he really is

Rand Paul will be able to be alot more pro-American-Conservative on the issue, as he and all Patriotic US-Fed-politicians should be.

He will then also be able to continue doing this, defending the USC and the rights of the Amer-people, while still seeming to be fair enough to Cons-Dems-Lbrtrns-Cnstnlsts !
Theadventuresofpurpleman Wrote: Mar 15, 2013 4:34 PM
And you're a POS moron. Hmmm?

Some of the primary criticisms of Paul Ryan's new budget pertain to its treatment of Obamacare and healthcare generally.  For instance, some observers point out that the plan relies on full repeal, which is improbable in the extreme, while others upbraid Ryan for including  Obamacare's Medicare cuts, which the Romney/Ryan ticket ran against last year.  I addressed these critiques on Tuesday:

Ryan's critics will therefore criticize his plan as an unrealistic waste of time. This is unfair. Budgets are intended to reflect the values and priorities of its supporters. The Republican Party remains in...