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President Obama's Debt, Measured in Gold

pryan Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 7:49 PM
We all know the presently-parsimonious Paul Ryan spent the lights out for eight years while Tom DeLay and Company ruled the House of Representatives. Folks, let's consider the spending packed into the Young Gun's holster: * Ryan voted for eight straight GOP budgets which hiked spending by $1 trillion - all told, Ryan voted for $20 trillion in budget spending alone. * Ryan helped finance two wars off of the budget books * Ryan voted for the Medicare Part D plan, which former GAO head David Walker called an $8 trillion unfunded mandate. Indeed, Paul Ryan, your hypocrisy is an unseemly trait. Ryan at his core, as can be told from his voting record during the Bush years, is a statist, big government man.
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Morsels of Exit Polling

pryan Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 7:49 PM
Paul Ryan's votes for Medicare Part D and the bailouts in 2008 made it clear. He is dangerous because of the attention he receives as a beacon for the GOP. There is hardly a constitutional bone in his body. Congressman Ryan's actual record leaves much to be desired. The issue Ryan is most known for is his interest in cutting the deficit and balancing the budget. Ryan is a STATIST who goes with the Republican flow. But why did the Congressman vote to bail out the auto industry, to pass the Medicare package to the tune of $400 billion, and to nationalize education via No Child Left Behind?
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Morsels of Exit Polling

pryan Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 7:49 PM
We all know the presently-parsimonious Paul Ryan spent the lights out for eight years while Tom DeLay and Company ruled the House of Representatives. Folks, let's consider the spending packed into the Young Gun's holster: * Ryan voted for eight straight GOP budgets which hiked spending by $1 trillion - all told, Ryan voted for $20 trillion in budget spending alone. * Ryan helped finance two wars off of the budget books * Ryan voted for the Medicare Part D plan, which former GAO head David Walker called an $8 trillion unfunded mandate. Indeed, Paul Ryan, your hypocrisy is an unseemly trait. Ryan at his core, as can be told from his voting record during the Bush years, is a statist, big government man.
Paul Ryan's votes for Medicare Part D and the bailouts in 2008 made it clear. He is dangerous because of the attention he receives as a beacon for the GOP. There is hardly a constitutional bone in his body. Congressman Ryan's actual record leaves much to be desired. The issue Ryan is most known for is his interest in cutting the deficit and balancing the budget. Ryan is a STATIST who goes with the Republican flow. But why did the Congressman vote to bail out the auto industry, to pass the Medicare package to the tune of $400 billion, and to nationalize education via No Child Left Behind?
We all know the presently-parsimonious Paul Ryan spent the lights out for eight years while Tom DeLay and Company ruled the House of Representatives. Folks, let's consider the spending packed into the Young Gun's holster: * Ryan voted for eight straight GOP budgets which hiked spending by $1 trillion - all told, Ryan voted for $20 trillion in budget spending alone. * Ryan helped finance two wars off of the budget books * Ryan voted for the Medicare Part D plan, which former GAO head David Walker called an $8 trillion unfunded mandate. Indeed, Paul Ryan, your hypocrisy is an unseemly trait. Ryan at his core, as can be told from his voting record during the Bush years, is a statist, big government man.
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What's Next?

pryan Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 7:49 PM
Paul Ryan's votes for Medicare Part D and the bailouts in 2008 made it clear. He is dangerous because of the attention he receives as a beacon for the GOP. There is hardly a constitutional bone in his body. Congressman Ryan's actual record leaves much to be desired. The issue Ryan is most known for is his interest in cutting the deficit and balancing the budget. Ryan is a STATIST who goes with the Republican flow. But why did the Congressman vote to bail out the auto industry, to pass the Medicare package to the tune of $400 billion, and to nationalize education via No Child Left Behind?
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What's Next?

pryan Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 7:49 PM
We all know the presently-parsimonious Paul Ryan spent the lights out for eight years while Tom DeLay and Company ruled the House of Representatives. Folks, let's consider the spending packed into the Young Gun's holster: * Ryan voted for eight straight GOP budgets which hiked spending by $1 trillion - all told, Ryan voted for $20 trillion in budget spending alone. * Ryan helped finance two wars off of the budget books * Ryan voted for the Medicare Part D plan, which former GAO head David Walker called an $8 trillion unfunded mandate. Indeed, Paul Ryan, your hypocrisy is an unseemly trait. Ryan at his core, as can be told from his voting record during the Bush years, is a statist, big government man.
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Romney’s Optimism Will Win

pryan Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 7:48 PM
Paul Ryan's votes for Medicare Part D and the bailouts in 2008 made it clear. He is dangerous because of the attention he receives as a beacon for the GOP. There is hardly a constitutional bone in his body. Congressman Ryan's actual record leaves much to be desired. The issue Ryan is most known for is his interest in cutting the deficit and balancing the budget. Ryan is a STATIST who goes with the Republican flow. But why did the Congressman vote to bail out the auto industry, to pass the Medicare package to the tune of $400 billion, and to nationalize education via No Child Left Behind?
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Romney’s Optimism Will Win

pryan Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 7:48 PM
We all know the presently-parsimonious Paul Ryan spent the lights out for eight years while Tom DeLay and Company ruled the House of Representatives. Folks, let's consider the spending packed into the Young Gun's holster: * Ryan voted for eight straight GOP budgets which hiked spending by $1 trillion - all told, Ryan voted for $20 trillion in budget spending alone. * Ryan helped finance two wars off of the budget books * Ryan voted for the Medicare Part D plan, which former GAO head David Walker called an $8 trillion unfunded mandate. Indeed, Paul Ryan, your hypocrisy is an unseemly trait. Ryan at his core, as can be told from his voting record during the Bush years, is a statist, big government man.
Paul Ryan's votes for Medicare Part D and the bailouts in 2008 made it clear. He is dangerous because of the attention he receives as a beacon for the GOP. There is hardly a constitutional bone in his body. Congressman Ryan's actual record leaves much to be desired. The issue Ryan is most known for is his interest in cutting the deficit and balancing the budget. Ryan is a STATIST who goes with the Republican flow. But why did the Congressman vote to bail out the auto industry, to pass the Medicare package to the tune of $400 billion, and to nationalize education via No Child Left Behind?
We all know the presently-parsimonious Paul Ryan spent the lights out for eight years while Tom DeLay and Company ruled the House of Representatives. Folks, let's consider the spending packed into the Young Gun's holster: * Ryan voted for eight straight GOP budgets which hiked spending by $1 trillion - all told, Ryan voted for $20 trillion in budget spending alone. * Ryan helped finance two wars off of the budget books * Ryan voted for the Medicare Part D plan, which former GAO head David Walker called an $8 trillion unfunded mandate. Indeed, Paul Ryan, your hypocrisy is an unseemly trait. Ryan at his core, as can be told from his voting record during the Bush years, is a statist, big government man.
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