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Paul Ryan = makes democrats his bitch

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Yes tax breaks for the rich, that is so courageous and bitch-making. Why hasn't anyone thought of that before?

It's not like ceo pay is up 27% back to pre-recession levels or anything; they need even more bailouts.

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Yes tax breaks for the rich, that is so courageous and bitch-making. Why hasn't anyone thought of that before?

It's not like ceo pay is up 27% back to pre-recession levels or anything; they need even more bailouts.

Tax breaks? Tax breaks offset by removing all loopholes and tax credits.

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Riiiiiiiight. Because projecting the future based on the status quo is always statistically relevant and sound. Oh wait, it's not.

Also on topic:

WASHINGTON - In response to House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan's new budget proposal, Libertarian Party Chair Mark Hinkle issued the following statement today:

"Americans hoping to get real about our national debt just got sucker-punched by Republican Paul Ryan.

"Republicans want to spend $40 trillion over ten years. That averages a staggering $4 trillion per year. As recently as 2000, federal spending was only about $1.8 trillion.

"They also want to increase the federal debt from $15.0 trillion to $23.1 trillion. I hope our children and grandchildren enjoy paying interest on that extra $8.1 trillion.

"Another unfortunate but predictable thing about Paul Ryan's budget is that it continues to mollycoddle the Pentagon. Paul Ryan is the Military-Industrial Complex's best friend. He apparently can't find one penny to cut from Obama's bloated levels of military spending. Only a big-government Republican could come up with language like 'reinvesting $100 billion in higher military priorities.'

http://www.lp.org/news/press-releases/libertarians-say-paul-ryan-is-worse-than-bill-clinton

Cause Paul Ryan is the savior, baby!

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Oh yeah theres that courageous move. Apparently the only people Mr. Stand Up Guy is not afraid of are the poor elderly of the future.

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wasn't obama care projecting savings and junk? both of these proposals are just on paper

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Don't trust Ryan...he's already shown signs of same ole same ole.

Nobody listened to Rand Paul's budget plan so don't get your hopes up.

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Jack Ryan can whip Paul Ryan.

He'll prolly wanna do it in front of a bunch of French people too. :D

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