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Paul Ryan – Yes!

ROBERT117 Wrote: Aug 12, 2012 10:10 AM
Here's what the the useful idiots who will be voting for Obama fail to realize. If we don't address social security and Medicare, in just a couple of decades, they will not exist in any form whatsoever. Just a mathematical fact. If we don't address our debt very soon, then there will be a day when the bond market does it for us. Either that, or they are the mooches that don't care
Reginald10 Wrote: Aug 12, 2012 3:17 PM
"Decades"? We'll be lucky to get more than ten years out of SS. Don't forget, there's no "trust fund" except Federal IOU's, so when we start to pull money out of that "trust fund" we'll be cashing in IOU's. Those have to be paid for out of current (tax) revenues, because we won't be able to borrow or tax more; so other spending must take a hit. It's going to get Pelosi-ugly.
Kibitzer Wrote: Aug 12, 2012 11:49 AM
"If we don't address our debt very soon, then there will be a day when the bond market does it for us."

I agree. When the bond market realizes that they are investing in a Ponzi scheme and tries to cash out, the system will crash and burn.

In choosing Paul Ryan, Mitt Romney made a fantastic choice and a bold statement to the American people. 

Paul Ryan is a nationally tested leader that is widely known and respected.   "The Comeback Team" – the name already given the Romney-Ryan ticket – is both an appropriate definition of the primary mission of the Romney Administration and how closely they will work together to accomplish Romney's agenda to restore America's economic vitality. 

Ryan is highly intelligent, a bold reform minded leader with firmly grounded principles, extremely experienced, and a proven leader.   His selection as the Vice-President is the clearest possible...

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