Paul Ryan won't rest until he turns one novelist's wildest dreams into America’s nightmare.
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Have you noticed? Once again a Republican't has come up with a catchy phrase. This time it's Paul Ryan and his "America is at a tipping point". Walker has his "Wisconsin is broke" thing.
Democrats just don't get it. Where are the firm stands on issues and where is the rhetoric that will stick to the minds of voters? It's no wonder we end up with right wingers taking over all aspects of whatever government we have remaining.
If we don't oust the bums this time around, we will be mired in bad governance for at least the next two generations. Do you really want to spend the remaining years of your lives wondering what bad Republican't policies will cut next and how much bad governance will limit you more?
Just think what a Romney administration will do to the supreme court. All we need is two more cons to seal this nation's fate.
As one travels away from Madison and Dane county, there's way too much support Republican't regressive agendas and repressive governance.
-Franz Fripplfrappl | Madison | April 10, 2012
Fritz is right on the mark. The Dummycraps are awful at narrative. They will send you term papers galore and write nice scholarly sounding essays but reach the day to day citizen and get them to vote the GOP out? Nah, not so much.
Time for the Dummycraps to get their HQ, their sad butts, and their operatives out of the Madison bubble. If they did they might find that on the Walker recall and lots of other matters they might well be just whistling past the graveyard.
-Griebnotz Doerkpfester | (Glad) I Sold Off and Escaped, WI. | April 10, 2012
Paul Ryan's a wimp. He stole the line "America is at a tipping point" from the climate change scientists. As for his love of Ayn Rand, until he mans up and calls for a ban of all references to "God" in our nation's government (I know he lacks the cojones to actually do this) he's nothing but a spoiled little rich kid.
-Dole O'Mite | Waukesha County | April 10, 2012