Paul Ryan booed over Medicare at AARP...

Paul Ryan booed over Medicare at AARP convention

There are 8 comments on the www.latimes.com story from Sep 21, 2012, titled Paul Ryan booed over Medicare at AARP convention. In it, www.latimes.com reports that:

Mitt Romney 's running mate, Paul Ryan , was booed at the annual AARP convention after saying that, if elected, their Republican administration would repeal the nation's healthcare law as the best way to save Medicare .

Just five minutes into his talk at the gathering of the powerful 50-and-older lobby on Friday, the architect of the Republican proposal to change Medicare for the next generation of seniors was repeatedly interrupted as he criticized President Obama’s healthcare law.

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“I'd rather be snowmobiling”

Since: Oct 07

8120'

#2 Sep 21, 2012
Not happening this time around, GOPers. Better luck 2016. But not really.....
gossamer

Roseville, MI

#3 Sep 21, 2012
AARP stands to make billions from Obama care.
Cracker

Festus, MO

#4 Sep 21, 2012
Was it as loud as they Booed Moochelle Obama at NASCAR ?

“I'd rather be snowmobiling”

Since: Oct 07

8120'

#5 Sep 21, 2012
Cracker wrote:
Was it as loud as they Booed Moochelle Obama at NASCAR ?
No one boos as loud as NASCAR fans, especially when no one wrecks
3OHA

San Jose, CA

#7 Sep 22, 2012
Brilliant economists like Ryan are initially disadvantaged by self-interest groups too rigid to admit their mistakes. His stamina is remarkable and brings fruit. The AARP convention attendees universally applauded him, when finally touching the reality of political panel decisions concerning senior care... Democrat eugenics policies for the old in addition to the unborn. When self-empowerment is explained vs. death panels, self-regulation vs. redundant and codependent services, seniors understand the Republican plan to increase care for the poor and needy, while making the wealthy pay for their own. This is honest and helpful to a struggling system. Obama's current redistribution of the investments of widows and widowers, forcing everyone onto the government teat, is a Socialist experiment burnt out...
Sheik Yerbouti

Warrington, PA

#8 Sep 22, 2012
3OHA wrote:
Brilliant economists like Ryan are initially disadvantaged by self-interest groups too rigid to admit their mistakes. His stamina is remarkable and brings fruit. The AARP convention attendees universally applauded him, when finally touching the reality of political panel decisions concerning senior care... Democrat eugenics policies for the old in addition to the unborn. When self-empowerment is explained vs. death panels, self-regulation vs. redundant and codependent services, seniors understand the Republican plan to increase care for the poor and needy, while making the wealthy pay for their own. This is honest and helpful to a struggling system. Obama's current redistribution of the investments of widows and widowers, forcing everyone onto the government teat, is a Socialist

experiment burnt out...
The attendants need to stop letting you into the day room to use the computer! Isn't it about medication time?

“It's a Brand New Day”

Since: Feb 06

New Rochelle

#9 Sep 24, 2012
twostroketerror wrote:
Not happening this time around, GOPers. Better luck 2016. But not really.....
Clinton v. Ryan?

Maybe 2020.

“It's a Brand New Day”

Since: Feb 06

New Rochelle

#10 Sep 24, 2012
3OHA wrote:
Brilliant economists like Ryan are initially disadvantaged by self-interest groups too rigid to admit their mistakes. His stamina is remarkable and brings fruit. The AARP convention attendees universally applauded him, when finally touching the reality of political panel decisions concerning senior care... Democrat eugenics policies for the old in addition to the unborn. When self-empowerment is explained vs. death panels, self-regulation vs. redundant and codependent services, seniors understand the Republican plan to increase care for the poor and needy, while making the wealthy pay for their own. This is honest and helpful to a struggling system. Obama's current redistribution of the investments of widows and widowers, forcing everyone onto the government teat, is a Socialist experiment burnt out...
Romney isn't rigid. He promised 'tax cuts' but for whho? And how?

I think the Middla-Class will continue to pay more and more under Romney, so that the wealthy can continue to invest off-shore.

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