Romney Picks Ryan So Just Remember â€¦
J.J. Jackson | August 11, 2012
Ok, so Mitt Romney has made his choice for VP.Â That choice?Â Representative Paul Ryan (WI), a man who has proven that when he is in a battle of wits and words with a liberal he will utterly devastate them.
But, we must also remember, my fellow conservatives, that Rep. Paul Ryan, despite often talking a good game about getting America’s fiscal house in order, has not really proposed solid, complete solutions to do so.Â I talked about this in my article Rep. Paul Ryan Isnâ€™t The Savior We NeedÂ and broke downÂ how his budget proposals areÂ just more debt and deficit for years to come.
So, just remember,before you get all giddy,Â when it comes time for this pair to propose solutions.Â Neither one of them has shown that they have the right ones that can actually stop the monstrous federal government from spending more than it brings in and actually pay down our debt.Â The best we can hope for, in my opinion, in a government run by these two men, is a return to the deficits of President Bush, which were still unacceptable.
Eventually, we are going to have to start electing people that are serious about getting the deficit under control.Â From where I sit, I see four more years, no matter what happens, of big debt slavery for my children.
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