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Paul Ryan’s Budget Is a Moral Budget

Wendy60 Wrote: May 07, 2012 11:19 PM
BOTTOM LINE: There are two competing visions in the Republican Party. One of these visions is of free markets and a rollback to Constitutionally limited government. The other is that of continuing welfare/entitlement, just at lesser levels, while giving "the people" everything they want while the "leaders" manage the decline of the country. It's one or the other, you have to pick, and you are running out of time. If you pick the former, then you must support the budget of people like Jim Jordan or Rand Paul. If you are not supporting them, or if you indicate support Paul Ryan's plan, then you are a de facto enemy of freedom and this country, no matter how much you love it. As Bush said, you are either with us or you are against us.

Rep. Paul Ryan, (R-Wis), chairman of the House budget committee, provoked some angry push back when he claimed that not only is his proposed sweeping revamp of the US budget fiscally sound but also morally sound.

In a CBN interview, Ryan said he draws inspiration from his Catholic faith.

He argues that Catholic priority for caring for the poor should focus on helping folks move out of poverty. “…..don’t make people dependent on government so they stay stuck in their station in life, help people get out of poverty out onto life of independence.”

Catholics criticizing Ryan don’t see it this...