Thursday, April 5, 2012

Ryan Budget - #3785 - VIDEO: Paul Ryan Rebuts Obama: 'He's Distorting the Truth - I'll Leave it at That' - The Blaze - Fox (2) VP Buzz About Paul Ryan Grows Louder - Hot Air




Paul Ryan Rebuts Obama: 'He's Distorting the Truth - I'll Leave it at That' - The Blaze - Fox

VP Buzz About Pul Ryan Grows Louder - Hot Air - It was clear by the president’s outrageous speech yesterday that Barack Obama thinks he has something either to gain or to fear — electorally speaking — from the Paul Ryan budget plan. From now until November, the Paul Ryan plan will not become law. The president has no reason to attack it right now unless he thinks the plan affects his electoral chances.  Perhaps the president thinks that Americans — if they allow themselves to learn the specifics — will embrace the cogent, forward-thinking plan and that Ryan’s blueprint will actually boost the GOP’s chances in an election that will determine, for better or worse, the fiscal future of the nation. Perhaps the president simply thinks attacks on the plan will distract the electorate from his many failures. I’m inclined to think it’s the latter, but a case can be made that it’s the former.  Paul Ryan has truth on his side: Entitlement programs are the key drivers of our deficit and debt and they’ll implode if we take no steps to reform them. The president has to work overtime to ensure that that truth doesn’t get out. If it does, Americans will clamor to know what the president’s entitlement reform plan is — and he’ll be forced to admit he doesn’t have one. His vision for the future of the country is the expansion of the entitlement state, not its reform. Unfortunately, that vision is unsustainable.  Read more........

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