Paul Ryan & The GOP: The Force is with President Obama & The American People

3 Chics would love to say that President Obama whupped that ass, and he did, but he did it in a way that rings true to his nature.  The Jedi Knight used the LIGHT to bring TRUTH to the lies and deceit of Paul Ryan and the GOP.

Dude you don’t get to whisper that President Obama’s speech was PARTISAN. with that asswipe of a budget titled “PATH TO PROSPERITY FOR THE TOP 1%

                              Naw, son, your shit is nowhere near the will of the American people.

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30 Responses to Paul Ryan & The GOP: The Force is with President Obama & The American People

  1. Ametia says:

    Here’s your media at work folks. These fools can’t handle the POTUS, it’s way too much for’em. When he speaks TRUTH to POWER, he’s partisan, uncivilized, well a down right heathen… Keeping telling the TRUTH POTUS!

    Was Obama’s speech too fiery? Why he was so harsh on GOP budget plan.

    By Linda Feldmann Linda Feldmann – Thu Apr 14, 8:27 pm ET
    Washington – A day after President Obama savaged the Republicans’ 2012 budget proposal, while delivering his own framework for deficit reduction, Republicans are still smarting.

    Rep. Paul Ryan (R) of Wisconsin, chairman of the House Budget Committee, told a forum Thursday that he and other House Republicans attended the president’s speech expecting an olive branch, and instead “we got front-row seats to President Obama’s reelection campaign speech.”

    “I knew we were going to get a lot of partisan attacks,” Congressman Ryan, the author of the GOP budget plan, told an event organized by the conservative think tank e21. But, he added, he “didn’t expect it from the commander in chief,” saying that Obama had brought himself down to the level of a “partisan mosh pit.”

    RELATED: Obama vs. Paul Ryan: five ways their debt plans differ

    Mr. Obama usually prefers to stay above the fray. But in his speech Wednesday, he seemed to use as much verbiage pounding the Ryan plan as laying out his own. Some Republicans have said they felt the president was even calling the Ryan plan “un-American,” when he said that it “would lead to a fundamentally different America than the one we’ve known – certainly in my lifetime.”

    Ryan’s plan would transform Medicare from an entitlement to a system of “premium support,” in which the government helps seniors purchase private insurance, with consideration for income level and health needs. Obama characterized it this way: “It says, instead of guaranteed health care, you will get a voucher. And if that voucher isn’t worth enough to buy the insurance that’s available in the open marketplace, well, tough luck – you’re on your own.”

    Ryan rejects the use of the term “voucher,” and calls Obama’s description of his proposal a “dramatic distortion.”

    At his daily briefing Thursday, White House press secretary Jay Carney called Obama’s address “a policy speech,” not “a campaign speech.” He also said that “the president believes that Chairman Ryan’s very sincere,” and that all Obama did was “describe one vision and then describe his own.”

    Reaching a bipartisan agreement on deficit reduction by the end of June – as suggested by Obama – is probably a long shot in the best of circumstances. On Thursday, White House budget director Jack Lew called making the June deadline “a significant challenge.” Former Sen. Alan Simpson (R) of Wyoming, co-chairman of the president’s bipartisan fiscal commission, told reporters after a meeting in the Oval Office Thursday that setting dates in Washington is “the goofiest thing you could do.”

    Still, after the 11th-hour budget agreement last Friday that averted a government shutdown, some strategists suggested the deal had set a template for further bipartisan negotiation on tough budget issues. Ryan himself said Thursday that he had expected to build on that experience going forward, but now he believes Obama’s speech “definitely damages” the prospects for a grand bargain on deficit reduction.

    That Obama’s deficit reduction speech had political overtones is hardly shocking. Everything the president does has a political dimension, and Obama did, after all, just declare himself as a candidate for reelection. He has faced growing pressure from the left to take on the right’s budget-cutting efforts more energetically. Increasingly, progressive groups are warning Obama that the ground troops who made his improbable 2008 campaign a success aren’t convinced he deserves their time and money again, even if they will still vote for him.

    Obama’s lack of Democratic primary challenger, and the as-yet weak field of Republican challengers, has given him a fair amount of running room in his legislative deal-making. But if he can’t get his base of supporters – particularly young and minority voters – excited about four more years, he could face trouble come November 2012. That calculation may have played a part in his rhetorical choices Wednesday.

    And, he may not see much potential for a major deal on deficit reduction anyway before the next election. After all, while voters say they are worried about the debt and deficits, they are squeamish about cuts to health-care entitlements – the biggest driver of the nation’s looming debt crisis. The real question, then, is how long the nation can keep racking up debt without reaching that crisis point. If you’re the president and you’re running for a second term, you can only hope it’s not before Election Day.

    RELATED: Obama vs. Paul Ryan: five ways their debt plans differ

  2. Ellison Stumps Republican On House Floor By Asking Him When Paul Ryan’s Plan Would Balance The Budget

    This morning, the House debated the budget proposal put forth by the Congressional Progressive Caucus, a response to the budget drafted by Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI). During the debate, CPC member Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN) asked Rep. Todd Rokita (R-IN) when the Ryan budget would balance and create a surplus. After hemming and hawing for a few seconds, Rokita ultimately couldn’t come up with an answer:

    ELLISON: When does the Ryan budget create a surplus?

    ROKITA: The budget proposed and voted on by the committee — […]

    ROKITA: With responsible, gradual reforms to the drivers of our debt, like Medicare and Social Security, this budget will balance –

    ELLISON: I asked the gentlemen when the Ryan budget created a surplus. He could have given me a year. He didn’t. That’s because he’s probably embarrassed about when that is. Let me tell you when the Progressive Caucus comes to surplus: 2021. That is known as a responsible budget.

    • Ametia says:

      Ryan and nem didn’t think they were going to get a smackdown on that bullshit. They’re relying on the MEDIA to keep pushing the big, ole, mean black president is beating up on us, after all we’re just trying to RIP OFF AMERICANS!

      Get Rep Ellison, Call these MOFOs what they are, LYING, CHEATING, STEALING THUGS!

  3. Ametia says:

    You’re stupid & an insult, Joey Scar. These white guys think they can dish out, but when the shit comes back at them, they can’t take the black president calling out their shit!

    Joe Scarborough: ‘It Was A Stupid Political Move’ For Obama To Insult Paul Ryan
    by Matt Schneider | 9:06 am, April 14th, 2011

    The Morning Joe crew reviewed President Obama’s deficit reduction speech and Joe Scarborough strongly believed Obama made a huge tactical error. Scarborough couldn’t understand why Obama invited Republican Congressman Paul Ryan to sit in the front row during his speech if Obama was just going to insult him. However, Mika Brzezinski disagreed and thought Obama’s strategy was better than how he is usually attacked by “cowardly” Republicans.

    Mark Halperin agreed with Scarborough, suggesting that for Obama to suggest Ryan’s budget plan was un-American was a “weird decision” given that Obama will have to negotiate with Ryan moving forward. Scarborough also didn’t like Obama dismissing Ryan’s plan as not a serious proposal commenting, “you cannot say Paul Ryan is not a serious person unless you are a left-wing ideologue that is detached from reality.”

    Brzezinski applauded Obama for criticizing Ryan’s proposal to his face rather than being like Republicans who “have said some really critical things about the President, on camera, without him actually there – and that seems actually cowardly.” Scarborough politely responded to his co-host, “you’re spinning.”

    Watch the clip from MSNBC below:

    • Joe Scarborough strongly believed Obama made a huge tactical error.

      Ha! ….. coming from someone who predicted this:

      June 5, 2008

      SCARBOROUGH: Even before the final votes were tallied in the 2006 elections, politicians started lining up for the 2008 presidential sweepstakes. Without further ado, let me kill Hamlet in the first act and tell you how your favorite candidate will fare over the next 12 months.

      Barack Obama

      Forget the fact this guy’s middle name is “Hussein.” Forget the fact he has been in national politics for less than two years. Forget the fact that Hillary Clinton will raise more money than God in 2007. Forget all of that, the Washington press tells us, because Barack Obama is none other than the second coming of JFK.
      Yeah, right.

      Barack Hussein Obama is more Johnny Bravo than John Kennedy. The
      vest fits and the fans scream while DC’s star-maker machinery shifts into overdrive.

      Like Peter Brady’s Bravo, Obama’s shot at the top will be short lived. But since BHO is young enough, dynamic enough and (just) black enough to whip official Washington into a frenzy, expect this stupid story to stick around for a while. Soon enough though, this year’s model will be shouting, “Please give a warm Chicago welcome to the next President of the United States, Hillary Clinton!”

      Then he went on to his Hillary assessment.

      Cheering for New York’s junior senator excites Democratic activists about as much as rooting for General Electric. Regardless of their hand wringing, Hillary Inc. will grind up and spit out any Democratic challenger that gets in its way. Ms. Clinton has completed six ruthlessly efficient years in the U.S. Senate and avoided even a whiff of scandal since Bubba moved to a separate zip code. But that doesn’t mean the problematic ex-president won’t be her campaign’s chief asset. Time and again throughout the next few years, Bill Clinton will make the difference on fundraising, networking and strategy. And 2007 will show that any politico who dares to cross Team Clinton risks being crushed into dust.

      Rolling laughter

      • Ametia says:

        LMBAO! Ask Hillary how it all turned out for her, Joey Scar.

      • campaign spokesman Howard Wolgson revealed she already loaned the campaign $5 million last month! From the Post, here’s Wolfson’s quote:

        Late last month Sen. Clinton loaned her campaign $5 million. The loan illustrates Sen. Clinton’s commitment to this effort and to ensuring that our campaign has the resources it needs to compete and win across this nation.


        Obama Hauls in Record $750 Million for Campaign

        President-elect Barack Obama brought in nearly $750 million for his presidential campaign, a record amount that exceeds what all of the candidates combined collected in private donations in the previous race for the White House, according to a report filed Thursday with the Federal Election Commission.

        Fistbump Smiley - Black Fists

      • Ametia says:

        HA HA HA HA HA HA!

        Hey SG2, you got a link to that Andrea Mitchell nonsense? Please post it in this thread. It shows us who the media is supporting.

        The white folks is mad cause, PBO whupped the lil white boys ASSES yesterday. It’s too much for’em they’re losing their white superiority grip on reality more and more everyday.

        Love it!

        • Let me go look for the video. Andrea asked the question in her interview w/ Gene Sperling.

          • Ametia says:

            These fools are NOT slick. Paul Ryan and the GOP got their asses handed to them by President Obama. He’s waaaaaaaaaaaay to smart for them, yet the media tries to portray him as weak, when in fact, these assclowns are weak, contrived, lying, racist idiots.

      • Here you go, folks! Andrea Mitchell’s interview w/ Gene Sperling!

        The question is asked around the 5 minute mark. Watch her face.

        • Ametia says:

          Thank you, SG2. Andrea Mitchell so waned Gene Sperling to go easy on Ryan in his reply to her question. She’s loathsome!

          Sperling TOLD IT LIKE IT IS & WAS.

      • Note to Paul Ryan:

        If you can’t run w/ the big dogs…stay off the porch!

        • Ametia says:

          And drink your milk outta the dog dish, bitch!

        • Ametia says:


          The fact is, their vision is less about reducing the deficit than it is about changing the basic social compact in America. As Ronald Reagan’s own budget director said, there’s nothing “serious” or “courageous” about this plan. There’s nothing serious about a plan that claims to reduce the deficit by spending a trillion dollars on tax cuts for millionaires and billionaires. There’s nothing courageous about asking for sacrifice from those who can least afford it and don’t have any clout on Capitol Hill. And this is not a vision of the America I know.

          All the while, Mr. Ryan sat in a front-row seat in the George Washington University auditorium Wednesday while Mr. Obama unveiled his plan to constrain growing levels of federal debt.

          Mr. Ryan grew visibly annoyed during the speech, shaking his head in disgust. He feverishly took notes, and when Mr. Obama finished he stood up and bolted from the auditorium.

          And then Ryan tripped and started crying and everyone laughed. “What a pathetic piece of shit,” the President said from the podium, to applause and stomping. “What an interminable dick.” *Standing ovation.* BWA HA HA HA Paul Ryan’s ass/ego is smarting today. He was humiliated and rightfully so, for tyring to push his shitty sham of a bill to place more poverty on our senior citizens.

      • “What a pathetic piece of shit,” the President said from the podium, to applause and stomping. “What an interminable dick.”

        Running man LOL

    • Ametia says:

      Notice Ryan went on FOX channel. What a tool, and who the hell is listening to him but the idiots who watch Fox and that our children bullshit is nothing but parroting talking points, about debt, ummmm ..debt that your party rained on America.

      Ya got you ASS WHUPPED!


    • Olive branch my arse! After that scheme you tried to pull at the expense of our senior citizens and disabled?

      You got your arse kicked.

      ***It’s not going to happen as long as I’m President.***

      Slapping smiley Pictures, Images and Photos

  4. Ametia says:

    LOL I see Paul Ryan’s got his ilk on tee vee defending that mess he conjured up and tried to pass off as the greatest thing since Viagra for men. Where are you Paulie?

  5. rikyrah says:

    April 13, 2011
    Big little men

    Recently welcomed to political reality were GOP House members Tim Murphy, Gus Bilirakis, Sean Duffy, Steve Southerland, Mike Fitzpatrick, Richard Nugent, Vern Buchanan, Jim Renacci and Connie Mack, who, writes Politico, are “new lawmakers in formerly Democratic seats or House veterans who represent districts with large elderly populations dependent on Medicare.”

    They’re also traumatized. Paralyzed. Absolutely scared stiff and hilariously noncommittal about Paul Ryan’s budget proposal, which I’ve no doubt the members now wish he had treated as he would personal sales receipts from some of Dick Morris’ hookers.

    When queried by Politico, more than a dozen offices either pointed to week-old nonstatements expressing vague support for the plan or refused to indicate whether the member planned to support it on the floor.

    The point of course isn’t that Ryan’s plan is both imbecilic and doomed; it’s that dozens of House members and their partisan majority are doomed should they be so delightfully imbecilic as to vote for the wretched thing.

    Personally, I wish them the courage of their dunderheaded ideology. They should defy those big-government liberals and laugh at those Beltway commentators and sniff at those pansies of moderation; they should reveal, at long last, that the American people they purport to represent are indeed with them all the way in making the hard but calamitously wrong choices.

    With luck, and given their gaping deficiencies in American history, they won’t first recall the aftermath of Dustin Hoffman’s advice in “Little Big Man”: “You go down there, General [Custer].”

    • Ametia says:

      The freshman GOPers are getting a crash course in REALITY real quick like. HA HA HA HA Good luck serving the baggers crackpot luncacy.

  6. rikyrah says:

    Wed Apr 13, 2011 at 03:00 PM PDT
    Paul Ryan upset over Obama’s rejection of his plan to eliminate Medicare+*

    by Jed Lewison
    Just hours after sitting in the front row while the president verbally walloped his plan to reduce the debt, Rep. Paul Ryan called President Obama’s speech on deficit reduction “a political broadside” and accused the White House of “poisoning wells” on the budget debate.

    “What we heard today was not fiscal leadership from our commander in chief,” Ryan said. “What we heard today is a political broadside from our campaigner in chief.”

    Calling the president’s speech “very sad,” the House Budget Committee chief said he had previously viewed Obama’s invitation to attend his remarks at George Washington University as an “olive branch.”

    “Instead what we got was a speech that was excessively partisan, dramatically inaccurate, and hopelessly inadequate to addressing our country’s fiscal challenges,” he said.

    I don’t see what he’s getting so pissy about. I mean, seriously, did he really expect to get a lollipop for proposing the repeal of Medicare? Welcome to the big leagues, sonnyboy.

    • Ametia says:

      BWA HA HA HA Paulie boy, wittle feelin’s is hurt. GOOD!
      You’re very sad and partisan, conjuring up a piece of shit to furrther rob our senior citizens and hard working Americans. PUNK! GTFOH

      • Ametia says:

        What a tool…. And CNN Anderson Cooper, STFU already about VP Biden dosing off during POTUS speech.

        The VP and POTUS have been working tirelessly serving Americans, while you and the media CARRY WATER FOR THE GOP. It’s all about ratings and profits for you idiots.. loathe them.

    • Paul Ryan upset

      Nanny Nanny Boo Boo!

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