How voters see Paul Ryan
-Headline of the day-
"NY-26 Loss shows GOP must more aggressively promote Ryan reforms."
Last night there was an election to replace the naked CraigsList guy and a commie won. It was awful. The election hinged on whether people wanted to keep Medicare or, as Rep. Paul Ryan suggests, replace it with coupons from the Sunday paper. Voters in New York's 26th congressional district chose to keep it.
And, of course, the whole election was "Medicare this" and "Medicare that," as if the whole thing were somehow the government's business. Turned out that voters hated Ryan's plan and voted to shoot the Republican, Jane Corwin, into space. It was a debacle.
Anyway, what this all shows is that the GOP absolutely must bring up Ryan's Medicare plan as much as possible and be 100% supportive of it. Republicans need to get out there and get behind Paul Ryan's Medicare message because, if there's one thing that the voter's rejection of the Ryan plan proves, it's that the Ryan plan is a winner! Think about it; otherwise why would Democrats be so afraid of it? Huh? Huh? Yeah, you can't answer that...
Remember the conservative motto: if what you're doing isn't working, you need to do more of it. (GayPatriot)
-Der Gubernator's problems multiply-
Bad Reporter's Don Asmussen has the scoop.
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Stay tuned for further developments... (Bad Reporter)
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