Paul Ryan, the budget, the Republicans and Democrats


Official portrait of Congressman .

Official portrait of Congressman . (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Less than a year ago, the House of Representatives passed a budget that took on our generation’s greatest domestic challenge: reforming and modernizing government to prevent an explosion of debt from crippling our nation and robbing our children of their future.

Absent reform, government programs designed in the middle of the 20th century cannot fulfill their promises in the 21st century. It is a mathematical and demographic impossibility. And we said so.

We assumed there would be some who would distort for political gain our efforts to preserve programs like Medicare. Having been featured in an attack ad literally throwing an elderly woman off a cliff, I can confirm that those assumptions were on the mark…Read more.

Here you can see a graph showing how the government’s current spending path continues out-of-control,  the Historical debt path and how the GOP plan will bend down the nations debt below that of both of the other graph lines.

We should all keep in mind that Nancy Pelosi said that ObamaCare would bend the cost of medical care down. Also keep in mind that both the Democratic and Republican Partys are Big Government partys. We did not get in this fiscal meshugas by the actions of only one of those partys…it was the irresponsible actions of them both which is burdening us and the future U.S. yet unborn citizens.

Anyway, here’s the graph which will save our country:


About FishyGov

Practicing Independent Conservative and recovering Liberal celebrating 20 years of political sobriety.

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