Don't worry about being mean, tater has resorted to name calling as most people do when they know they have no argument. Why should tater worry about SS and medicare? He is already receiving those and knows that Ryan's plan won't touch him. Now, if he were in his 30's or 40's, he'd have lots to worry about, unless he thinks he can match today's Medicare benefits with one of Ryan's vouchers.I hate to be mean, but talk about squirming tater can't feel too good about the vp pick. I'm sure he knows how Ryan feels about SS and medicare.
Let's see, Paul Ryan wants to destroy Medicare, destroy education, raise taxes on the middle class but lower taxes on the wealthy while cutting services to the poor and disabled. Yeah, that would probably lower our deficit, but I'm not sure I'd want to live in a country that looks like that.
I noticed that Ryan was tater's number one pick for VP. That's really interesting, because the polls I've seen show that there are essentially two groups of people when it comes to Paul Ryan: Those who have never heard of him and those who don't like him.
Just to show that there is a silver lining behind every cloud, I have found one here: If Romney and Ryan get elected, I bet my bank stocks will make a huge comeback. I might want to dump any I have in socially- and environmentally-responsible companies, though.