Friday, April 8, 2011
Bravo To Paul Ryan And His Courageous Budget Proposal
I hope everyone is thanking Paul Ryan for his new budget proposal. The proposal is throwing liberals for a loop and they are trying without success to defend their old wasteful ways. The new budget of the House Republicans is a large step, although it's only a first step, towards controlling government spending and its unconstitutional control of our lives, our liberties and our fortunes. The next logical step to Ryan's 2012 budget and its spending cuts is to abolish the administrative sources of constant mischief and punitive regulations: the departments of Energy, Education, Interior and the EPA in particular. Mr. Ryan has illuminated the path for Americans and I trust they will follow this path and find their way out of the liberal wilderness that Obama, Reid and Pelosi have created for us. Call Mr. Ryan's Washington office at 202-225-3031 and express your thanks for this important move forward for our nation. Presently, with the 2011 continuing resolution negotiations that are the sole object of attention, we are seeing a full-court-press against Ryan and the other strong Republicans that is intended to cover the backsides of the culpable Democrats. The fact is that in 2010 the Democrats were so drunk with power and spending that they refused to do their assigned duty and generate a budget for this year (2011), and they've allowed republicans to take abuse from the Democrats and the press because they are caught in the trap the Democrats laid for them in 2010, and are having to continually extend spending for short durations in place of the budget the Democrats should have created. The House Democrats, by not creating a budget in 2010, are as gutless and shameful as the Wisconsin Democrats who deserted their state positions to avoid having to make hard decisions and vote as required by law. There should be criminal punishment for such fools, and especially at a time of nation-threatening financial short-falls. This is a time in our nation's history when personal courage and conviction are required of our legislators who must do the right thing despite the abuse the liberals and the press will direct at them as they reduce spending and return to the responsible and limited governing required by the constitution.
Posted by Dave King at 9:06 AM