Paul Ryan’s Path to Prosperity


speaking at CPAC in Washington D.C. on Februar...

Paul Ryan


In 2011 Wisconsin Congressman, and now republican Vice Presidential nominee, Paul Ryan produced an unprecedented series of videos explaining the peril we all face from President Obama’s massive growth in government.


As House Budget Committee Chairman Ryan wrote, almost single handedly, the past two budgets approved by the lower chamber in Congress. Mitt Romney has said he supports much of Ryan’s plan, though he more fully supports the more recent Ryan plan to save Medicare.


Here are the three videos in what Ryan calls The Path to Prosperity:





Video 2 speaks to the original Medicare plan, before Ryan proposed some revisions in 2012:





Video 3 talks to the subject of a fair, competitive, and simple tax plan:





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Who Is Mitt Romney’s Running Mate Going To Be « Election 2012 Coverage

Condelezza Rice

Condelezza Rice

I am really in the corner for Condelezza Rice. I think she’s brilliant, and comes from a perspective that everyone can respect. She would be ready to take over the White House if ever needed to do so. And she helps with the electorate bringing over some black voters, women and independent moderates.

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Obama Reveals Himself Fully

Barack Obama

Barack Obama

In last Friday’s nationally televised news conference President Barrack Obama did more to offer voters a true point of evaluating him and his philosophy since he told Joe the Plumber in 2008 that he wanted to redistribute wealth. He showed that he is more about big government and supporting union jobs through taxation of the hard-working American people than he is about those same Americans creating their own lives and benefiting from their own labors. He wants more government jobs for people.

As you can see in this video, in which we provide you his entire answer, not just a short juicy clip, Obama says the private sector is doing fine. He says we need more government jobs.

Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney wasted no time in pouncing on the President’s revealing words and correctly pointing out how remarkable the statement was.

The Administration quickly moved to damage-control following Obama’s statement. Obama himself saying a day later “Of course the economy is not fine..”. The media portrayed these words as Obama and his minions walking back his “the private sector is doing fine” comment. But did he really? Did he really correct himself? Of course not. He didn’t because he doesn’t want to. His so-called correction just re-emphasized what he’d already said that the economy isn’t doing fine (making certain not to mention “the private sector” again), and that his solution is to provide more government and government-employee-union jobs. And the big bad Republicans are to blame for not wanting to hire more government workers.

Choosing to portray the critical need for our economy as teachers, police and firefighters plays well, because we all (at least most of us) love teachers, cops, and firefighters. We don’t necessarily love their unions, especially the teacher’s. But ask yourself do you really think all our economic problems are because we have too few teachers, cops and fire fighters? The premise is silly on its face.

Government creates nothing. Government doesn’t grow any economy. Private sector jobs grow the economy, which generates more taxes (revenue) for the government because more products are being sold, and more income tax is being paid…which ultimately allows government to do and spend more…for teachers, police and fire fighters. President Obama doesn’t seem to get this simple concept.

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