More Hyscience Apr 4, 2012, 3:58 pm
If you haven’t read Rep. Paul Ryan’s response to Barack Obama’s shrill, hyper-partisan, somewhat loony, “social Darwinism-Trojan Horse” speech against Ryan’s “Path to Prosperity” budget, you really should take the time to read it now. It exposes the president as the hyper-partisan, ‘lose with his facts,’ ‘blatantly willing to lie,’ deceitful Chicago machine, dirty trick, politician that he indeed is:
From Paul Ryan’s Facebook page: The President’s Speech Distorts the Truth to Distract From His Failed Record:
In today’s disappointing speech, the President made a series of claims that are simply false.
ttacks began with an admission that his assumptions reflect White House spin, not our budget’s substance: “I want to go through what it would mean for our country if these cuts were to be spread out evenly.” Of course, the assumption that our budget makes these kinds of indiscriminate cuts is false. The House Budget Committee made dozens of specific assumptions to justify our numbers, and we made these assumptions public in the hundreds of pages of text we posted in plain view on the House Budget Committee’s website. It’s not a “secret plan” to “never tell us where the knife may fall” — it is a specific plan to cut waste, eliminate programs that don’t work, end crony politics, and carefully prioritize hardworking taxpayers’ money in precisely the way leaders of the President’s party have refused to do for over three years. In a related vein, does this new standard allow for analyses of the President’s budget to go through what it would mean for the country if the President’s $2 trillion tax increase were to be spread o
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