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Is Paul Ryan's "Path to Prosperity" budget plan a road to ruin? Dems say yes

April 10, 2014 14:52

Tim Ryan (D-Ohio) joins Larry to say House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan’s “Path to Prosperity” is a road to ruin for the U.S. middle class. And what's next for Obamacare? A former veep nominee and a former White House spokesperson weigh-in.

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Carl 24.04.2014 05:12

I think they don't care what they say, they are paid to say the stupid things they say. Why are jerks chosen to speak on these shows. It's like everyone in the media is in on it. What a shame.

BTW, President Carter is the best President we've had in 50 years. Those guys know little and are evil and the real Anti-Americans.


Carl 24.04.2014 05:11

Larry, you are one slick dude. I applaud you for making the statement to the right wing advocate "...the founding fathers allowed for a communist to win 50% of the vote....".

Otherwise the anti-Obama blabla was boring. Your guests are an embarassment. Obama is not a commie, he is a corporatist. His mark in American history will be the first openly corporate sponsored do nothing for the people have no conscious me me gi'me gi'me pay me President. All those small government, anti-tax, anti-gov guys are stupid because the only thing worse than government "running our lives" is corporations running our lives.


just some guy 19.04.2014 09:16

Anna Liddell 18.04.2014 22:35

asking a foreign government to come into their country, yeah, that's treason by any definition.


except of cause by the definition I found with a quick Google search:

1. the crime of betraying one's country, especially by attempting to kill or overthrow the sovereign or government.

obviously by this definition the current Kiev 'government' committed treason.

bu t more importantly, and more specific to your post: acting in the interests of your countries legitimate government can not be considered treasonous. Not to mention Russia was a close ally of Ukraine.

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