Once again Paul Ryan does not tell the truth. Paul Ryan would not recognize the
truth if it reached up and bit him on the nose. Why am I not surprised.
Thirty years ago President Carter authorized a mission to rescue 52 Americans
held hostage in Iran. Flying low through the desert, the ill-equipped
helicopters chocked up with sand and crashed. President Carter was blamed for
this unsuccessful, though daring mission. Meanwhile, his successor was
praised for cutting a back door deal with the captors to give them banned
warplane hardware in exchange for the hostages. Moreover, yesterday in
Ohio Paul Ryan spoke with derision of President Carter -- a distinguished naval
officer, a learned southern gentleman, a successful business man, and the beacon
of ethics our country turned to after Watergate. Mr. Ryan Sir, you have
offended us -- those who still remember and appreciate the humble decency
President Carter had brought to our government.
"who has got the best plan going forward?"Well let's
take a look here.Obama: Borrow more from China for another
stimulus+raise taxes through the roof for small business AND the rest of us to
pay for Obamacare according Judge Roberts of the Supreme court + spend like a
drunken sailor.Romney: Cut taxes for small business so they can hire
and expand again + drill , pump and explore for more energy including building
the Key Stone Pipeline and the 20000 jobs that go with it + repeal the
job-killing Obamacare and replace it with a common sense plan for actually
reforming health care and lowering costs such as Tort Reform and Health Savings
accounts. I think I will take the plan from the guy that actually
has experience in business and not the green horn academic that caused our
"He's inexperienced since he's NEVER worked a REAL job in the
private sector per Mitt Romney."It is kind of funny how that
cuts both ways. That argument can no longer be used against Obama - that he is
only a community organizer and professor - seeing how Ryan, deemed being worthy
of the office that is one breath away from the oval office is deemed worth.The really hard thing is I like Ryan and Romney, personally. I just
don't like liars... and there lies the big problem. When you have to
grossly "exaggerate" the truth to make a point, you probably don't
have a point to start with.
@counter intelligenceryan speaks the truth?Anyone who
has run a marathon knows exactly how she performed.To overstate his
performance by 1 hour and 5 minutes, proves he is incapable of telling the truth
without an asterisk qualifying his meme.
Ryan speaks the truth. Ok?So this claim is based on what? Job
creation? Inflation? Market values? Home Prices? What. How is Ryan
backing this statement up? What metric is he using......I know...
it has to be so, otherwise why would he say it... right? Lets see the
OK - let's play along....Am I better off?No.Who's to blame for it?GW Bush, Dick Cheney, WallStreet
Billionaires and the GOP lead Congress and their abismal 10% approval rating.Besides, What experience does Paul Ryan have?He's
inexperienced since he's NEVER worked a REAL job in the private sector per Mitt Romney.No thank you!
Ryan speaks the truth (so Stephanie Cutter and the syncopate media and fact
checker tools will now call him a liar)