Paul Ryan

Now that Paul Ryan is nominated, the Obama-controlled press, still seduced by the President’s lofty promises, will do their best to topple him. Here is an example: Boston Globe reporting that he takes advantage of funding that he decried.

Why wouldn’t he take advantage of funding made available by the President?  It would be a disservice to his constituents if he turned his back on funding, or their requests for his assistance for funding, because he did not believe in the President’s strategy.  The funds made available, over his protests for this kind of spending, were now to be spent, and he has a duty to his district to garner them some of the funds.

We will see more of this, unfortunately.  But I think this guy is the real deal.  Read his backgound, and see for yourself.  He is as good as it gets.

 

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Quick Political Observations

Excuse the shortness of this, but “real quick”, I want to capture some good articles as the country struggles under the weight of the economy, both domestic and global, and gears up for a heady election.

From recent WSJ and IBD editions

Great article on where the money goes for gas profits
Great article on Obama’s tendency to claim is he like Clinton, and why he is not
ditto, from Chicago Tribune
ditto, from Baltimore Sun

Great article on Economic Growth of 50s and 60s, and how today is different

Great “out” article on GM granting sub prime loans
Great article on the Entitlement Crisis
Great article on what’s happening in the middle class
Great article on how Iran bypasses sanctions

Medicaid Moment of Truth
The Farm Bill is no such Thing
A Fine for No Crime – the latest racial shakedown

Romney’s plan for Ecomonmic Recovery (important to note in case he wins)

Milton Friedman
Milton Friedman, the man who saved Capitalism

Dems join Repubs to block tax hikes in this climate

A recap on who Harry Reid is (smearmaster)

Chick-fil-A controversy

Finally, Jobs Sequester – how playing  games can bite you

My dear husband will be so happy I finally started creating links to articles I want to review – now we can toss out (recycle) all these newspapers that are lying around….

and one more addition to this from Ben Stein’s paradoxical quote of the day:

“Fathom the hypocrisy of a government that requires every citizen to prove they are insured… but not everyone must prove they are a citizen.”
Now add this, “Many of those who refuse, or are unable, to prove they are citizens will receive free insurance paid for by those who are forced to buy insurance because they are citizens.”
Think about it when you vote in November !