• Rep. Paul Ryan Was for Entitlement Programs Before He Was Against Not Destroying Them

    You know, these welfare-reform folks are right on track. I mean, no matter how tough times get, there’s always a way to pull yourself up by those trusty ol’ bootstraps, get back on the horse, keep your head above water, and all those other things we say when they want to sound self-reliant and ‘Merican.

    Take, for example, the sovereign rock that is Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI), author of the "Roadmap to the Future" economic plan, which calls for a total redesign and gutting of social security. He's someone who has made it on his own his entire life

    After his father's passing, young Paul Ryan started collecting social security benefits until the age of 18 years old. He took this benefit and saved it for his college education.

    Yeah. I mean, if you ever have to rely on welfare programs, maybe you should move to a sissy country like Canada, where they insure your health, your education, your children and your aging, worn and waning body. Commies!

    Tags: Deficit, House of Representatives, Paul Ryan, Wisconsin


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