Paul Ryan, aka Eddie Munster is really desperate to get amnesty rammed down America’s throats. Ryan is so desperate in fact that he’s having secret meetings with Mew York Communist Senator Chuck Schumer to try and hammer out some sort of amnesty deal. Ryan is proving leftists exactly right when they trashed him during the 2012 election campaign. He’s a whore for the Chamber of Commence and Big Business.
Paul Ryan has really turned out to be a piece of shit. Ryan tried to convince Hugh Hewitt that the veterans pension cuts, whining like a progressive about how ‘he didn’t want to do it.’ Hewitt wasn’t buying any of snake oil salesman Paul Ryan’s BS. Listen to the audio clip of the exchange between Hugh Hewitt and slimy Ryan:
|Hugh Hewitt destroys Paul Ryan over veteran pension cuts – Audio Clip Daily Caller|
Paul Ryan budget gives Harry Reid authority to raise taxes with simple majority vote – voids point of order rule
The Paul Ryan budget deal that he cut with far left progressive liberal Democrats allows Harry Reid and the Senate to raise taxes with a simply majority vote (51 votes.) The provision voids the ‘point of order’ rule. Basically, Harry Reid and the Democrats can raise taxes whenever they choose. It’s like the nuclear option on judicial nominations, except this time it’s on taxes and a gift from Paul Ryan and the RINO caucus in the House. Man was I fooled by Paul Ryan. Turns out Mitt Romney is more of a conservative than the Wisconsin RINO fraud Paul Ryan.
Senate Republicans scrubbing the Ryan-Murray budget deal have come across a little-noticed provision that will limit the GOP’s ability to block tax increases in future years.
The bill includes language from the Senate Democrats’ budget that voids senators’ ability to raise a budget “point of order” against replacing the sequester cuts with tax increases.
The process is quite complicated, but in practice it grants Harry Reid the authority to send tax increases to the House with a bare majority, rather than the 60-vote threshold that would be required under a point of order.
The new budget deal that Paul Ryan and Patty Murray have been working on will get rid of some, if not all the sequester cuts that were agreed upon in 2011 and signed by Obama. I can’t say I’m surprised anymore. I was fooled into thinking Paul Ryan was a fiscal conservative. This proves he is just another big government Karl Rove Republican. Ryan is also pushing to pass amnesty.
Not only is the GOP about to cave to Obama on funding ObamaCARE, raising the debt ceiling, and opening the government again. They have an extra goodie for Obama. They are getting rid of Obama’s sequester cuts too! You would think that a cave like this would come from Senate RINOs like John McCain and Lindsey Graham. But the GOP cave’s architect is none other than Wisconsin so called conservative Paul Ryan. Yes, I admit it. I was fooled by Ryan’s credentials during the election last year. We all knew the GOP cowards would cave eventually, but even I didn’t think it would be this pathetic.
Paul Ryan was such an epic flop as a Vice Presindetial candidate, he’s looking to outdo himself. Ryan the RINO spilled the beans about the House’s plan to vote on amnesty sometime in October. Great move Eddie Munster!
Yes, the same Paul Ryan who couldn’t deliver his home state in the general election, and the same Paul Ryan who in December said how bad Obama’s tax hikes were, then voted for them anyway during the fiscal cliff debacle will be the keynote speaker at this year’s CPAC conference, which will be held in March.
You know, when Mitt Romney picked Paul Ryan to be his running mate in August, I thought he was a great pick. My first choice of course at the time was Marco Rubio, but Paul Ryan was a sold choice in my opinion. What followed was a lackluster campaign by Ryan, and miserable debate performance against the dunce Joe Biden, and the failure to win his home state of Wisconsin in the general election that Scott Brown won in 2010, and then with a bigger margin in the recall election. So what does Paul Ryan do since the election? In December he tweeted about how bad Obama’s tax hikes were for job growth and don’t fix the debt crisis. So what does he do today? He votes for the tax hikes that are bad for jobs and don’t fix the debt. The bill raises taxes on 77.1% of American households.
— Paul Ryan (@RepPaulRyan) December 13, 2012
I don’t know what to make of this rumor (as it stand now, it’s only a rumor.) I like Paul Ryan, but feel he’s too much a part of the establishment just like Weeper Boehner or Eric Cantor. Still, there is no way Ryan could be any worse of a Speaker of the House than the crybaby Boehner, who’s been rolled over and over again by Obama. Laura Ingraham mentioned the rumor while filling in for BillO on the O’Reilly Factor. But Ryan also supporter Weeper Boehner’s ‘Plan B.’
I’m not going sit here and blame tub of lard Chris Christie. I’m not going to blame Mitt Romney. I actually gained a lot of respect for the man over the last few months of the campaign, as before the primaries he would have been my last choice as a candidate. I thought the pick of Paul Ryan as his running mate was great. My pick would have been Marco Rubio, but my second choice would have definitely been Paul Ryan. As far as Christie, if enough gullible people changed their vote just because he gave Obama a bear hug, then there is nothing that could have been done. If people are truly that stupid to fall for the pathetic photo op of Obama and Christie, then this country is lost to the far left. Below is Mitt Romney’s gracious concession speech. You can judge Christie and Mitt Romney yourself.
Yesterday there was a poll from Minnesota, home of Al Franken, Jesse Ventura and Walter Mondale showing Mitt Romney beating Obama by a point, and leading with independents by 13 points. I had to do a double take from a state that also sends the likes of Keith Ellison to represent them. But apparently the poll seems to reflect the feeling in Minnesota, as Paul Ryan was able to draw nearly 7,000 by himself in Minnesota for a rally. No Mitt Romney, just Paul Ryan, and they get crowd numbers like this, in MINNESOTA! Read more