Video | Paul Ryan AKA Eddie Munster & GOP Out With Same Ghoulish “Social Darwinism” Budget


‘We’re not going to give up on destroying the health care system’

Why are Paul Ryan and the GOP’s same FAILED REGRESSIVE policies being RECYCLED & REBROADCAST for American consumption?

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HERE WE GO FOLKS! SSDD= Same Shit, Different Day

March 2013


Seriously, does Ryan have a working knowledge from Scalia that he plans to declare the 2012 ruling a gross mistake and pronounce that the Affordable Care Act is a RACIAL ENTITLEMENT?


April 2012

The Ryan budget, in one chart


From the Wonkblog 

This has NOTHING to do with budget, deficits, or debt for the GOP. It’s all about AUSTERITY!

Great clip here if you can stomach Chris Matthews interuptions and posturing to prove that he’s so much smarter than his guest.

Joy Reid nails it here. Paul Ryan is the kid in the lunch room who steals your lunch money.


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23 Responses to Video | Paul Ryan AKA Eddie Munster & GOP Out With Same Ghoulish “Social Darwinism” Budget

  1. rikyrah says:

    The media is caught in a trap of its own making. The same clowns that pushed the meme that Ryan was ‘ so serious’, instead of the intellectual flea that he is, are trying to double down, even though Ryan’s budget has been proven so full of hole and dishonesty that they are doing gymnastics trying to explain the lies that they just tried to shill.

    it was Social Darwinism during the election. And it’s Social Darwinism now.

    Paul Ryan is a friggin’ FRAUD.

    just google Ryan and Paul Krugman…Krugman wrote I dont know how many articles explaining how Ryan is a complete and utter FRAUD.

  2. Ametia says:

    LOL FOX-FAUX NOISE shouts down Van Hollen. It’s the GOP way, doncha know. Shout to kill the LOGIC.

  3. Ametia says:

    Paul Ryan making the rounds to shove his shit:

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    Chris Van Hollen takes the shit and flushes it down the toilet where it belongs:

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  4. Ametia says:

    The Worst of the Ryan Budgets
    Published: March 12, 2013

    There’s nothing wrong with President Obama speed-dating members of Congress. Meeting face to face over food and wine, as Mr. Obama has recently done with several groups of lawmakers from both parties, may ease the demonizing politics of the last four years — along with the president’s well-earned reputation for aloofness. And given how little some Republicans know about his budget proposals — one senator confessed he had no idea what Mr. Obama wanted to cut before last week’s dinner — the shared meals were probably overdue.


    All the tired ideas from 2011 and 2012 are back: eliminating Medicare’s guarantee to retirees by turning it into a voucher plan; dispensing with Medicaid and food stamps by turning them into block grants for states to cut freely; repealing most of the reforms to health care and Wall Street; shrinking beyond recognition the federal role in education, job training, transportation and scientific and medical research. The public opinion of these callous proposals was made clear in the fall election, but Mr. Ryan is too ideologically fervid to have learned that lesson.

  5. Ametia says:

    Paul Ryan’s magical budget
    By Dana Milbank, Published: March 12

    Paul Ryan’s budget is an amazing and wondrous document.


    “Now, how do we do this?” Ryan (R-Wis.), the House Budget Committee chairman, asked with a magician’s flourish as he unveiled his budget Tuesday morning.

    Here’s how: The former Republican vice presidential candidate’s budget eliminates ___ loopholes in the tax code, cutting the ___ and the ____ deductions. It reduces spending on the ____ program by _____ and the _____ program by _____. Retirees would see ____, students would experience ____ and the poor would be _____.


  6. Ametia says:

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  7. Ametia says:

    Which is it, Ryan & GOP? Do the MAJORITY of Americans want Obama care or NOT?

  8. Ametia says:


    (The Borowitz Report)—Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wisconsin) was jubilant today after his newly unveiled budget plan picked up a key endorsement from the novelist Ayn Rand.

    It was a rare public utterance for the late Ms. Rand, who has been damned to eternal torment in Satan’s lake of fire since 1982.

    “This is a budget I wish I had written,” said Ms. Rand, pausing to scream as white-hot flames licked her face. “Paul Ryan is a great man and I look forward to meeting him someday.”
    Rep. Ryan acknowledged Ms. Rand’s praise with humility, telling reporters, “There’s no trick to cutting $4.6 trillion once you take a hard look at failed ideas of the past, such as the social contract.”
    Mr. Ryan added, “Unlike the Democrats’ plan, my budget has new ideas, like cutting two of the four food groups and classifying large sodas as medicine.”
    Ms. Rand’s thumbs-up capped a victory lap of sorts for Mr. Ryan, who earlier in the day garnered an endorsement from Marie Antoinette.

    Read more:

  9. Ametia says:


  10. Ametia says:

    Reid Floor Remarks On The Ryan Republican Budget Proposal
    Mar 12, ’1311:00 AM

    “Today House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan will unveil an extreme budget that is anything but balanced.”

    “This budget reflects the same skewed priorities… Americans rejected in November.”

    “It will take more than accounting gimmicks to achieve real deficit reduction.”

    Washington, D.C. – Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid spoke on the Senate floor today regarding Representative Paul Ryan’s budget proposal. Below are his remarks as prepared for delivery:

    Early this year, with November’s election losses fresh in their minds, top Republicans promised a kinder, gentler Republican Party – a Republican Party that cared about “every American…achieving their dreams.” Republicans bandied about words like fairness and opportunity. They made overtures toward women and Hispanics. They promised cooperation and an end to brinksmanship. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor even spoke of, “an agenda based on a shared vision of creating the conditions for health, happiness and prosperity for more Americans and their families.” The rebranding was under way.

    Then a few weeks passed. And the Republican emphasis on fairness and equity passed along with them.

    Today House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan will unveil an extreme budget that is anything but balanced. This budget reflects the same skewed priorities the Republican Party has championed for years – the same skewed priorities Americans rejected in November. The Ryan Republican budget will call for more tax breaks for the wealthy, an end to Medicare as we know it and draconian cuts to education and other programs that help America’s economy grow and prosper.

    As Yogi Berra famously said, “It’s déjà vu all over again.” We’ve seen this show before. The Ryan Republican budget will shower more tax breaks on millionaires and continue to tilt the playing field to the advantage of big corporate interests, while raising taxes for the middle class. And, like last year, the plan refuses to close a single tax loophole in order to reduce the deficit.

    Meanwhile it guts investments in education, health care, public safety, scientific research and job-creating clean energy technology. The Ryan Republican budget would end the Medicare guarantee and force seniors into a voucher program. It would ax preventive health care such as cancer screenings and charge seniors more for prescriptions. And it would further reduce funding for food inspectors, police officers and first responders.

    And as if protecting wealthy special interests while shifting the burden to seniors and the middle class wasn’t bad enough, the Republican budget also devastates the economy, costing jobs and slowing growth. Not only is this the wrong approach, it’s the same old approach.

    And to make matters worse, the Paul Ryan Budget 3.0 uses the same fuzzy math as his previous two budgets. It relies on accounting that is creative at best and fraudulent at worst to inflate its claims of deficit reduction.

    Democrats believe it is critical that we stabilize the deficit. But it will take more than accounting gimmicks to achieve real deficit reduction. And at a time when corporations are making record profits, the stock market is soaring and wealthy Americans’ income continues to rise, that deficit reduction shouldn’t be come at the expense of middle-class families, senior citizens and the poor.

    Americans have demanded a fair approach to deficit reduction that makes sensible cuts, but asks profitable corporations and the wealthiest among us to share the burden. Democrats have been listening. That’s why this week Budget Committee Chairman Patty Murray will introduce a budget that reflects those balanced principles. The Democratic plan will cut wasteful spending and reduce the deficit, close tax loopholes that benefit the rich and invest in what the economy needs to grow. It will encourage a strong middle class.

    Congressman Ryan and his Republican colleagues in Congress have taken a different approach – an approach that makes it plain they missed the message of the November elections. Their budget will once again put moneyed special interests ahead of middle-class families. And no amount of rebranding will hide that.

  11. Ametia says:

    More CRAZY. The GOP don’t bother to mention that they have REJECTED any budget proposals submitted to them.

  12. Ametia says:

    Why Paul Ryan wants to balance the budget

    With government spending cuts already in place, Rep. Paul Ryan says the nation can balance the federal budget in 10 years.



  13. Ametia says:

    What Ryan needs for hauling out this retreaded bullshit:


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