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PostPosted: Sun Nov 09, 2014 5:41 am    Post subject: Paul Ryan, traitor!  Reply with quote

2015  Paul Ryan is another tool of the NWO, a wolf.

Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan at ObamaCare Summit
When Wilson yelled - YOU LIE! - to Obama, he was telling the TRUTH.

ObamaCare is CONTROL, EUGENICS, not health

Key points made by Mr. Ryan are -
February, 2010

· CBO has told us they cannot yet estimate the Presidents plan because it lacks detail. But because it closely aligns with the Senate bill lets unpack the Senate bills CBO score.

· The Majority claims credit for reducing the deficit by $131 billion over 10 years. Thats less than this months deficit.
· This is the result of six years of spending, paid for by ten years of tax increases and Medicare cuts. The true ten year cost when subsidies kick-in? $2.3 trillion.
· The bill is full of gimmicks that more than erase the false claim of deficit reduction:

o $52 billion of savings is claimed by counting increased Social Security payroll revenues. These dollars are already claimed for future Social Security beneficiaries, and claiming to offset the cost of this bill either means were double-counting or were not going to pay Social Security benefits.

o $72 billion in savings is claimed from the CLASS Act long-term care insurance. These so-called savings are not offsets, but rather premiums collected to pay for future benefits. Senate Budget Committee Chairman Kent Conrad has called these savings, A ponzi scheme that would make Bernie Madoff proud.

· Additionally, the nearly half-trillion dollars in Medicare cuts cannot be counted twice. Medicare is in dire need of reform in order to make certain that we can ensure health security for future seniors.

· Using Medicare as a piggy bank, it raids a half trillion dollars from retirees health coverage to fund the creation of another open-ended health care entitlement.

· The Presidents chief Medicare actuary says up to 20% of Medicare providers may go bankrupt or stop taking Medicare beneficiaries as a result. Millions of seniors who have chosen Medicare Advantage will lose the coverage they now enjoy.

· Objections to the policy aside, you cannot use these savings twice to both extend the life of Medicare and to pay for other spending. The half-trillion dollars in Medicare cuts are either to extend the programs solvency or to reduce the cost of this deficit but not both as its authors claim.

· When you strip away the double-counting of Medicare cuts, the so-called savings from Social Security payroll taxes and the CLASS Act, the deficit increases by $460 billion over first ten years and $1.4 trillion over second ten years.

· Finally, one of the most expensive and most cynical of the gimmicks applies to Medicare physician payments, the so-called Doc Fix.

· By the Administrations own estimate, the Doc Fix adds an additional $371 billion to the cost of health care reform. With the price tag beyond what most Americans could handle, the Majority decided to simply remove this costly provision and deal with it in a stand-alone bill.

Ignoring this additional cost does not remove it from the backs of taxpayers. Hiding spending doesnt reduce spending

Wisconsin's Paul Ryan was GOP 2012 vice presidential nominee with Romney

Paul Ryan website

Paul Ryan Speaker of the House 2015

Series on youtube

A GOLD TAX is hiddin in ObamaCare [/size] - plus more

Judge Andrew Napolitano on Challenging the Health Care Bill
You’re in for an unpleasant surprise


OBAMACARE  *  A System from HELL

Paul Ryans name appears on several pages here


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 09, 2014 6:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

We have failed to listen to America
John Boehner Floor Speech March 21, 2010

Opposing DEMONcrat Government Takeover of 'Health Care'.

LISTEN to this speech.  It is EXCELLENT!

Oklahoma Senator Tom Coburn warned that he and the staff of several other GOP senators will be monitoring with a microscope any potential payoffs to DEMONcrats that materialize down the road in exchange for their vote on the health bill.

"If you think you can cut a deal now and it not come out until after the election, I want to tell you that isn't going to happen.
And be prepared to defend selling your vote in the House," said Coburn.  
'We will look at every appropriations bill at every level, at every instance, and we will outline by district, and we will associate that with the buying of your vote.'

Tom Coburn Stern Warning to Dems

Paul Ryan

Oklahoma Sen. Tom Coburn to at the end of 2016.
Coburn, 65, has been battling  prostate cancer

Paul Ryan ran for VP with Willard Mitt Romney, October    2011  

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House to vote: New Year's Night on the cliff
January 1, 2013
   Maneuvered into a political corner, House Republicans abandoned demands for changes in emergency legislation to prevent widespread tax increases and painful across-the-board spending cuts and cleared the way for a final, climactic New Year's night vote.

The decision capped a day of intense political calculations for conservatives who control the House. They had to weigh their desire to cut spending against the fear that the Senate would refuse to consider any changes they made in the "fiscal cliff" bill, sending it into limbo and saddling Republicans with the blame for a whopping middle class tax increase.

Adding to the GOP discomfort, one Senate Democratic leadership aide said Majority Leader Harry Reid would "absolutely not take up the bill" if the House changed it. The aide spoke on condition of anonymity, citing a requirement to keep internal deliberations private.

The legislation cleared the Senate hours earlier on a lopsided pre-dawn vote of 89-8. Administration officials met at the White House to monitor its progress.
"I do not support the bill. We are looking, though, for the best path forward," House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va., declared after one meeting of the party's rank-and-file.
Despite Cantor's remarks, Speaker John Boehner took no public position on the bill as he sought to negotiate a conclusion to the final crisis of a two-year term full of them.

* Bill passed. - 257 - 167, where  85 of the Repubs voted for it.
It's also been reported that Paul Ryan voted YEA.
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Fiscal Cliff Showdown Postponed to March
January 2, 2013
 Federal lawmakers yesterday gave their blessing to legislation that boosts income tax rates and government spending while kicking many of the fiscal cliff issues down the road for several weeks.
The $1.2 trillion in scheduled spending cuts falling largely on the Pentagon have now been officially postponed for two months.
The next manufactured crisis comes March 1, the day the cuts will take effect unless Congress intervenes again to stop them.

Putting off dire problems for another day is now becoming routine in Washington, D.C., commentator Jim Antle opined on Twitter.
We have reached the point where temporarily averting self-inflicted disasters at the last second is a political success.   Laughing   Twisted Evil

The Obama-approved fiscal-disaster procrastination bill received final congressional approval in the House last night
with relatively little Republican support after a prolonged fight during a long lame duck session of the outgoing Congress.
Obama and Demoncrats got almost everything they wanted, as many Republicans dropped their long-standing opposition to income tax rate increases.

Charles Krauthammer called the measure a “complete rout for Democrats.” Many House conservatives “hate the bill for good reason … This is a complete surrender on everything.”

Bill Kristol called the bill a mess that was “ridiculous in too many ways to count” but urged House Republicans to vote for it anyway to get the issue behind them.
The two month delay of the sequester [i.e. spending cuts] will make actual governance even more difficult (how is the Pentagon supposed to plan for the rest of the year?) …
And we will face another cliff when we hit the debt ceiling and the sequester again in two months.

The U.S. government’s bond rating has been downgraded already and many more downgrades are on the horizon.
It is worth noting that the bill passed last night only because House Democrats supported it.

The measure was approved in a House vote of 257 to 167 after GOP leaders decided not to insist on government spending cuts.
Speaker John RINO Boehner and Budget Committee chairman Paul Ryan voted for the package,
breaking with House Majority Leader Eric Cantor and Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy who voted against it.
In total 85 Republicans voted for the bill and 151 voted no. On the Democratic side there were 172 votes in favor and 16 against.

U.S. Is Totally Broke
Federal Govt. Fiscal Gap Is $222 Trillion
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U.S. Senate narrowly passes first budget in four years
March 23, 2013
- The Senate on Saturday narrowly passed its first federal budget in four years, a move that will usher in a relative lull in Washington's fiscal wars until an anticipated summer showdown over raising the debt ceiling. The budget plan passed 50-49 at about 5 a.m. after a marathon voting session in the Democratic-controlled chamber. Four Democratic senators facing tough re-election campaigns in 2014 joined all the Senate Republicans in opposing the measure, which seeks to raise nearly $1 trillion in new tax revenues by closing some tax breaks for the wealthy.

The Senate budget, which reflects Democratic priorities of boosting near-term job growth and preserving social safety net programs, will square off in coming months against a Republican-focused budget passed by the Republican-dominated House of Representatives. Neither of the non-binding blueprints has a chance of passage in the opposing chamber, leaving Congress no closer to resolving deep differences over how to shrink U.S. deficits and grow the economy. But they give each party a platform from which to tout their respective fiscal visions.

The Democrats' plan from Senate Budget Committee Chairman Patty Murray aims to reduce deficits by $1.85 trillion over 10 years through an equal mix of tax increases and spending cuts. The Republican plan from House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan seeks $4.6 trillion in savings over the same period without raising new taxes. It aims to reach a small surplus by 2023 through deep cuts to healthcare and social programs that aid the elderly and poor.

Murray said after the vote that she would try to work with Ryan on a path toward compromise. "While it is clear that the policies, values, and priorities of the Senate budget are very different than those articulated in the House budget, I know the American people are expecting us to work together to end the gridlock and find common ground, and I plan to continue doing exactly that."
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*  Fiscal cliff - USA could be taken over due to debt

Ryan Compromise Will Keep Obamacare Forever
October 11, 2013
Breitbart News reported that House Republicans have offered a new deal to the White House to end the fiscal stalemate. The GOP plan, authored primarily by House Budget Chair Rep. Paul Ryan according to Hill sources, would meet Obama's demands in exchange for negotiations on a longer-term budget agreement.

At least two high-ranking Capitol Hill sources have told Breitbart News that Ryan’s plan would also help protect Obamacare as it is currently implemented.

Ryan's office deny the claims. “What your sources are attempting to attribute to Congressman Ryan is not accurate,” Kevin Seifert, Ryan’s spokesman, said in an email.

But the Capitol Hill conservative sources are adamant Ryan offered at least two things that they say would mitigate some of Obamacare's hardest-hitting effects on certain communities that are needed for the GOP to take the law down in the end.

The high-ranking conservative source said that this deal will ensure America has "Obamacare forever" and that Ryan's "pro union votes are really coming to light now."

At a meeting on Friday morning, the sources said Ryan’s plan was presented to a group of members. Ryan's plan would grant President Barack Obama a no-strings-attached “clean” debt ceiling increase for six weeks and acquiesce to Obama’s latest demand that Republicans also pass a Continuing Resolution to end the partial government shutdown.

The plan was pitched to a room full of members of the House GOP caucus. Not only would Ryan’s plan amount to a GOP capitulation on the debt ceiling and budget, it would mitigate certain effects of Obamacare to help labor unions and members of the business community.

The grand bargain Ryan is attempting to negotiate would include a repeal of the medical device sales tax, a part of Obamacare even liberal Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) supports removing.

The high-ranking sources also claimed Ryan was trying to negotiate a proposal that would increase from 30 to 39 the number of weekly hours worked to qualify as a full-time worker that would trigger the mandate that employers provide health insurance or pay a $2,000 per employee fine. The sources described this proposal as a hand-out to labor unions. The 30 hour threshold in ObamaCare annoyed people like Teamsters Union President Jimmy Hoffa, Jr. and prompted him recently to speak out against Obamacare.  

The source also said Ryan’s "grand bargain" would increase the number of employees a company may have without providing health insurance from 50 up to 100. This would mitigate effects on the larger members of the small business community, who are currently some of the most ardent opponents of Obamacare.
Ultimately, one of the sources says, such proposals end up keeping Obamacare the law of the land "forever" as it would take away from momentum against it.

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 12, 2015 5:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Paul Ryan'd be a disaster as House Speaker!
October 12, 2015
-  Paul Ryan would escalate the GOP’s Civil War as House Speaker.
Some GOP leaders want Paul Ryan as the new Speaker of the House.
Ryan would expand the massive divide between the leadership and the base.

Ryan is out-of-sync with the base.  He is a NWO shill.
Ryan favors amnesty to illegals
DONT say immigrants, you confuse criminals with legals!
Ryan favors open borders.
Ryan was instrumental in pushing legislation Obama wanted but the Republican base hated through Congress last summer.

Conservatives want Daniel Webster
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 13, 2015 4:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Evil or Very Mad   Run Ryan run - NO DONT!
October 13, 2015 -  The evil GOP leaders and RINO
s want Ryan specificly because he will just be another Boehner and McCarthy.  Paul Ryan would consider the speakership if the TEA party obey him.  The Freedom Caucus (TEA party GOOD guys) insist that the next speaker run a more bottom-up operation, more floor votes on conservative legislation even if it lacks the votes to pass, less cracking down on members who buck leadership.  Freedom Caucus priorities are rule changes. Ryan wont be eager to engage in their horse-trading.
If you still arent convinced Ryan is a BAD choice - OBAMA WANTS HIM!
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 21, 2015 5:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Kontrol freek king wanabe Paul Ryan
October 21, 2015
-  Paul Ryan will run for House Speaker.  Wisconsin Representative Paul Ryan will serve as US House Speaker if Republicans unite. Harry Reid endorses Paul Ryan for Speaker.  That ought to be the KISS of DEATH to any true Republican!  

Paul Ryan is a DISASTER!  There are no greater assurances of that than his endorsement by Bonner and dirty Harry Reid!  That is equivalent to wolves voting for a wolf to guard the henhouse.

ALL but 40 GOP in the House are RINO aka DEMON-crat!  
Only the 40 Freedom Caucus are Patriotic AMERICANS.  They want Daniel Webster.
This proves Ryan is only a tool of globalists.
This also reveals Romney would have been just like 0bama.


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