Barack Hussein Obama has decided that winning a second term is more important than the fiscal health of the United States. Paul Ryan has decided that the fiscal health of the United States is more important than anything else.Â Paul Ryan knows that we have to get serious, so that we turn over a better America to our children and grandchildren. Poll after poll shows that a majority of Americans refuse to pay higher taxes, as they should, because they are already paying plenty; there must be cuts. Â Congressman Paul Ryan is making the necessary cuts in an attempt to put the Country back on track to fiscal health. If those who have been unemployed for over 2 years ever want a job again they will get behind this plan. If you are elderly and ever want to see a COLA again, you will get behind this plan. If you are a college graduate, or an upcoming college graduate and want a job, you will get behind this plan, if you are a business owner and want profits in the future, you will get behind this plan. The only people who will come out and protest this plan for saving America, will be the left. They will want to keep us divided, and at each others throats instead of bucking up and moving forward and having a stable and prosperous nation.Â Finally, Someone Serious
A Republican plan for the 2012 budget would cut more than $4 trillion over the next decade, more than even the president’s debt commission proposed, with spending caps as well as changes in the Medicare and Medicaid health programs, its principal author said Sunday.
The spending blueprint from Rep. Paul Ryan, the chairman of the House Budget Committee, is to be released Tuesday. It deals with the budget year that begins Oct. 1, not the current one that is the subject of negotiations aimed at preventing a partial government shutdown on Friday.
In an interview with “Fox News Sunday,” Ryan said budget writers are working out the 2012 numbers with the Congressional Budget Office, but he said the overall spending reductions would come to “a lot more” than $4 trillion. The debt commission appointed by President Barack Obama recommended a plan that it said would achieve nearly $4 trillion in deficit reduction.
Ryan said Obama’s call for freezing nondefense discretionary spending actually locks in spending at high levels. Under the forthcoming GOP plan, Ryan said spending would return to 2008 levels and thus cut an additional $400 billion over 10 years.
It will be interesting to see who protests it right out of the gate.Â We need to make it into a campaign commercial against them, showing the state of America today – and the consequences for her – if nothing is done.