Friday, July 23, 2010

Not A Good Sign

When the Republican's Golden Boy from Wisconsin is called too wacky by other Republicans, you just gotta wonder how far out there he really is. Turns out, pretty far:
When asked why Republicans aren't flocking to his bold government reform, Ryan responded, without hesitation: "They're talking to their pollsters and their pollsters are saying, 'Stay away from this, we're going to win an election.'"*

Ryan's plan would dramatically change the country's tax and entitlement system. It would introduce a value-added tax, eliminate the corporate income tax, phase in deep Medicare cuts, and partially privatize Social Security, among other things.
It's got to hurt to be said that you would be damaging to the party's chances of winning, in a year that they claim will be theirs in a landslide.


  1. I'd rather Ryan be right than be a stinking RINO who would oppose it.

  2. So you would rather have someone hellbent on destroying the economy on the backs of the elderly, the disabled and the working class than have a person that can work with others.

    Thanks Dan. You make me feel smarter already.

  3. The dems have already made it a disaster...

  4. Obama, Reid, and Pelosi will cut/privatize Social Security in December. GrandMa can eat catfood, so Wall Street can again pillage the taxpayers.

  5. Sorry, Anonymous, but Reagan, Bush the elder and Bush/Cheney were all Republicans.

  6. Not were, are. Not only are your facts wrong so is your grammar.