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Paul Ryan Pens Op-ed: “A Better Future For Graduates”

Wendy60 Wrote: May 19, 2012 11:05 PM
If Paul RINO were really concerned about the future of the graduates, he wouldn't try to save the welfare/entitlement state, nor would he try to override/draw attention away from the conservative budgets floating around in the Senate. I am aggravated by the statist crap that he peddles. He is a slimeball with no core principles. He operates by trying to play both sides of the fence - telling us that he is conservative, then turning around and telling everyone else that he wants to save the entitlement/welfare state.
Panda Wrote: May 20, 2012 2:00 AM
Or, Wendy, Paul Ryan might be doing something that you've never had to do at your little keyboard:

WORK WITH A DEMOCRAT PRESIDENT AND DEMOCRAT SENATE.

He has to try and get things passed, and until people like you stop whining and start convincing more people to vote Republican, RYAN WON'T HAVE THE NUMBERS IN WASHINGTON TO DO WHAT YOU WANT.
Tinsldr2 Wrote: May 19, 2012 11:36 PM
Either you do not know what a RINO is, or you do not know who Paul Ryan is.

Or are you one of those that says Reagan was a RINO???

This weekend students across the country will attend commencement ceremonies to celebrate an important milestone in their lives: graduating college. But after three and a half years of slump and uncertainty, the Class of 2012 faces a competitive job market and a still-recovering economy.

With this in mind, Congressman Paul Ryan (R-WI) penned an op-ed in the Wisconsin State Journal Saturday arguing that the Republican House budget, which passed by an 228-191 margin, offers both a “sensible path forward” and “principled policy solutions” to our higher education woes. Here are some