Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Presidential Elections 2012 - #3747 -VIDEO: Paul Ryan - GOP 2013 Budget - Path to Prosperity - Hot Air (2) Ryan Says He Has Votes to Pass His Budget in House - American Thinker

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Paul Ryan - GOP 2013 Budget - Path to Prosperity - Quotes of the Day - “Absent reform, government programs designed in the middle of the 20th century cannot fulfill their promises in the 21st century. It is a mathematical and demographic impossibility. And we said so.  “We assumed there would be some who would distort for political gain our efforts to preserve programs like Medicare. Having been featured in an attack ad literally throwing an elderly woman off a cliff, I can confirm that those assumptions were on the mark…  “The president’s budget gives more power to unelected bureaucrats, takes more from hard-working taxpayers to fuel the expansion of government, and commits our nation to a future of debt and decline.  “The contrast with our budget couldn’t be clearer: We put our trust in citizens, not government. Our budget returns power to individuals, families and communities. It draws inspiration from the Founders’ belief that all people are born with an unalienable right to the pursuit of happiness. Protecting this right means trusting citizens, not nameless government officials, to decide what is in their best interests and make the right choice about our nation’s future.”  Read more.........

Ryan Says He Has Votes to Pass His Budget in House - American Thinker - It won't get anywhere in the senate, but Rep. Paul Ryan's bold budget proposal that cuts more than $5 trillion over the next decade while restructuring Medicare says he has the votes to pass his plan in the House.  The Hill:  House Republican leaders voiced confidence Tuesday that they will pass their budget despite unified Democratic opposition and grumbling from GOP conservatives that its proposed spending cuts are too small.  "We have the votes," the budget architect, Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), told reporters on the day he unveiled a plan to overhaul the tax code and cut $5.3 trillion in spending over a decade.  Read more......

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