Framing the Dialogue

The Paul Ryan Express

It’s not been that long since I selected Representative Paul Ryan as a True American Hero and he has done nothing since then but reinforce my decision.  He’s “articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy.  I mean, that’s a storybook, man.”  [I admit that I stole that from Biden]  Rather than retreat into the gray hole as many conservatives do, Ryan is putting rubber to the road and in turn pressure on Obama by presenting his budget proposal and pointing out the differences between his plan and Obama’s,

“the status quo is not acceptable either. The Federal Government’s current fiscal path is unsustainable: it leads to unprecedented levels of spending and debt that will overwhelm the budget, smother the economy, weaken America’s competitiveness in the 21st century global economy, and threaten the survival of the government’s major benefit programs.  The President and congressional Majority are only hastening America’s march toward this reckoning, adding to trillions of dollars worth of unfunded liabilities, and accelerating the erosion of Americans’ health care and retirement security. Their “progressivism” ironically points backwards – to a future in which America’s best century is the past century.”

He does not seem to fear the coming main-stream media barrage that awaits him as he is soon to be called many unpleasant things.  I think it took all of five minutes for former Speaker of the House Pelosi to claim that senior citizen will be killed with a quick and more nasally echo from newly appointed Democrat National Committee Chairperson, Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz. 

Please don’t think that I am taking the easy way out today, but I have three videos featuring Rep. Ryan who should have a great future in the Republican Party.  The first video is a “showdown” with Wasserman-Schultz:

And presenting his plan…

And defending his plan…

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