Ten things about Paul Ryan

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xnutslinger
#1 Aug 16, 2012
1. Ryan is a young, visionary leader for the Republicans. His vision? Deep cuts in Medicare and Social Security, which insure more than 100 million people and whose costs account for more than one-fifth of the federal budget. Deep cuts in food stamps.“More than three-fifths of the cuts proposed by Mr. Ryan, and eagerly accepted by the Tea Party-driven House, come from programs for low-income Americans.” Deep cuts in student loans. Deep cuts in job training for the unemployed. Deep cuts in mass transit and infrastructure—roads, bridges…the foundation of the US as a first world country. Deep cuts in employee health care and worker’s comp. Deep cuts in everything from fire fighting to air traffic control. This is no hyperbole.
Roudy
#2 Aug 16, 2012
I like Ryan. I hope him and Romney is elcted an I hope he cuts the government giveaway programs to the bone, then takes some of the bone.

I am sick of lieralism, so sik I want to puke.

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#3 Aug 19, 2012
Roudy wrote:
I like Ryan. I hope him and Romney is elcted an I hope he cuts the government giveaway programs to the bone, then takes some of the bone.

I am sick of lieralism, so sik I want to puke.
your an idiot! How would you feel when they cut funding for your grandpa/ma who worked their whole lives, now to be left with nothing, they invested in our country, I don't want to see our elderly having to look for jobs because of R & R, whom have never worked hard for anything
Chief Jerry

Thiensville, WI

#4 Aug 20, 2012
91V3UP wrote:
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your an idiot! How would you feel when they cut funding for your grandpa/ma who worked their whole lives, now to be left with nothing, they invested in our country, I don't want to see our elderly having to look for jobs because of R & R, whom have never worked hard for anything
I agree! I've worked for 42years, and paid into Medicare all along. Now Ryan is going to take that money to fund his corporate insurance tax breaks, and make me use a "Voucher" to buy insurance form the crooks that ruined Wall St.....I DON"T WANT TO DEAL WITH INSURANCE COMPANIES WHEN I RETIRE!!!!!!!! I WANT MY MEDICARE _ THAT I PAID FOR!!!!!!!!

Since: Mar 12

Milwaukee

#5 Aug 24, 2012
This topic is 10 things but you numbered 1 when are the other 9 coming?? Or is this like the Obama statistics fake
PR and Proud

Chicago, IL

#8 Aug 30, 2012
I have one to add... his whacky political policies aside.

Paul Ryan is a "Christian" who believes Christianity and Mormonism are the same thing. Why do I find this a significant topic of discussion? Ryan chooses to go on national television, and proclaim to be a man of faith. What faith, Mormstianity or Christomism? Don't you just love it when Republicans hijack faith, and redefine what it is for you?

I wonder - does this trouble any of his so-called Christian supporters?

2 Cor 6:17 - "... be ye separate..."

"... I hope him and Romney is elcted an I hope..." - Wow.

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#9 Aug 30, 2012
PR and Proud wrote:
I have one to add... his whacky political policies aside.

Paul Ryan is a "Christian" who believes Christianity and Mormonism are the same thing. Why do I find this a significant topic of discussion? Ryan chooses to go on national television, and proclaim to be a man of faith. What faith, Mormstianity or Christomism? Don't you just love it when Republicans hijack faith, and redefine what it is for you?

I wonder - does this trouble any of his so-called Christian supporters?

2 Cor 6:17 - "... be ye separate..."

"... I hope him and Romney is elcted an I hope..." - Wow.
Also I liked how they had an Hispanic Christian leader to "get the hispanic vote"
Republicians will their souls to get elected.
If wicken was in popular with the people, they'd have a witch speak at their convention, but I guess that's politics, am I the only one who would like an honest "experienced some shit" type president? No one I repeat NO ONE! Is perfect our downfall and experiences is what gives us character, we need an average joe president, not one groomed since birth. Just my opinion.
PR and Proud

Chicago, IL

#10 Aug 30, 2012
91V3UP wrote:
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Also I liked how they had an Hispanic Christian leader to "get the hispanic vote"
Republicians will their souls to get elected.
If wicken was in popular with the people, they'd have a witch speak at their convention, but I guess that's politics, am I the only one who would like an honest "experienced some shit" type president? No one I repeat NO ONE! Is perfect our downfall and experiences is what gives us character, we need an average joe president, not one groomed since birth. Just my opinion.
You make a lot of good points in your posts.

The problem with your proposition?

We, the country, have become so accustomed to career politicians we wouldn't know what to do with the idea of office the founding fathers worked so valiantly to establish. I mean, Obama (with all his faults) is scoffed, because he doesn't have a lot of experience in DC while Ryan brags about more time there than the President... and people applaud that kind of comment. Our founding fathers had no experience in the Oval Office or Congress.

As for Republicans using Latinos... even Rubio, a Republican admitted his Party has a huge problem with their position against people of Spanish descent due to the language they speak and/or their surnames. I have to applaud that level of straight talking.

Ryan equating Christianity with Mormonism is absolutely the last straw with the Republican Party. He's their champion... and he's blaspheming.

Since: Mar 12

Milwaukee

#11 Aug 31, 2012
PR and Proud wrote:
I have one to add... his whacky political policies aside.

Paul Ryan is a "Christian" who believes Christianity and Mormonism are the same thing. Why do I find this a significant topic of discussion? Ryan chooses to go on national television, and proclaim to be a man of faith. What faith, Mormstianity or Christomism? Don't you just love it when Republicans hijack faith, and redefine what it is for you?

I wonder - does this trouble any of his so-called Christian supporters?

2 Cor 6:17 - "... be ye separate..."

"... I hope him and Romney is elcted an I hope..." - Wow.
We should keep religion out of politics all together. It's like mixing oil and water it does not work.
Pepper Gomez

Thiensville, WI

#12 Aug 31, 2012
Jaredb8 wrote:
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We should keep religion out of politics all together. It's like mixing oil and water it does not work.
The GOP should keep religion out of politics. The right wing bible swingers make up a huge chunk of the Faith Based Republican Party. Because of their view of creation, the Republicans also reject most sciences – as this too often contradicts their beliefs. As the rest of the world moves forward, the GOP, and their religion(s) will hold the US back. They refuse to look at what makes sense, and still believe in a wonderful world in the clouds, led by a big man that apparently looks a lot like Dog the Bounty Hunter.

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#13 Aug 31, 2012
"dog the bounty hunter"
Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha ha
PR and Proud

Chicago, IL

#14 Aug 31, 2012
Jaredb8 wrote:
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We should keep religion out of politics all together. It's like mixing oil and water it does not work.
I agree, but Republicans can't seem to get the concept... largely because they know it gets their supporters riled up. Too bad those people can't see the people they're supporting are blaspheming. And they cheer for them. I have to laugh to keep from crying. In the end, all USAmericans are my people.
Clint Eastwood

Bellevue, WA

#15 Sep 1, 2012
if Ryan the Liar takes away my medicare - I'm going to his house and dropping a steamy corn & fudge roll in his driveway!

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#16 Sep 2, 2012
WAIT! But Ryan had a "black" gf in college? Doesn't that count for anything ??? Hahahahahahaha
PR and Proud

Chicago, IL

#18 Sep 3, 2012
Jaredb8 wrote:
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I hate when people stereotype. I am a Republican but not religious.
No offense, but no one can deny "manifest destiny", "faith", "pro-life", and "God-given rights" are never far from the beginning and end of a Republican speech. It infuriates me. I'd rather they find a way to stick to the actual problems in our nation.
Black Jack Lanza

Thiensville, WI

#20 Sep 4, 2012
Jaredb8 wrote:
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I hate when people stereotype. I am a Republican but not religious.
I believe that is an Oxymoron.

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#21 Sep 4, 2012
Touché
PR and Proud

United States

#22 Sep 5, 2012
Jaredb8 wrote:
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We should keep religion out of politics all together. It's like mixing oil and water it does not work.
After some time to think about it, I'm going to disagree with you.

These are two of the most telling things about a given individual.

When you hear someone get both wrong in several speeches you know with whom you're dealing. What have the Republicans gained following their convention?

Every time I hear/read Ryan's favorite music list, I can't help but laugh. Does anyone think he listens to the lyrics?
PR and Proud

United States

#23 Sep 6, 2012
Now that he's established all gods are the same God, Paul Ryan claims he wants to restore school prayer.

Question:

How will the kids pray, and to what God?

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#24 Sep 12, 2012
PR and Proud wrote:
Now that he's established all gods are the same God, Paul Ryan claims he wants to restore school prayer.

Question:

How will the kids pray, and to what God?
agreed!!!! Children have minds that are still learning how produce thoughts of their own, they have a tendency to follow others and isolate what's different, I feel sorry for the one child who's parents raised them Muslim or Buddhist, it's a nice way to make them feel different rather than we are all equal

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