Skip to comments.Ryan: Trillion-dollar deficits were inevitable
Posted on 04/15/2018 1:05:07 PM PDT by yesthatjallen
Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) says that trillion-dollar deficits could not have been avoided by the GOP-controlled Congress, responding to critics within his party who say that leaders have behaved irresponsibly.
That was going to happen. The baby boomers retiring was going to do that, Ryan said on NBCs Meet the Press of projections that the country will start running trillion-dollar deficits as soon as 2020.
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Did someone ask when they plan to do something about it?
he always seems so spineless to me
Is there anything more Paul Ryan could do to throw the next election?
When someone says, “nobody could be worse than Ryan,” it behooves us to remember that that was what most people here said when Boehner announced his departure.
He was quite comfortable serving as Emperor Zero’s personal cabana boy.
They were bringing in millions of illegals. Then they were going to make them legal. They would then pay into the system.
You know, like a Ponzi scheme.
He sounds like someone who tried reeeally hard.
Yeah, because the waste, fraud, and abuse of revenue along with redundant agencies and programs represent such a miniscule part of the problem.
Although under Weimar, twelve zeroes were lopped off.
Voting is the problem.
The weasel did his best to destroy America and then left. Good riddance.
Would someone somewhere PLEASE beat this POS to a bloody pulp within inches of his life? I am beyond hate with this turncoat , lying bastard . I would love to get within earshot of this @!#$^&g scumbag just to release an overly beligerent verbal assault hoping to get under his skin...but alas snakes do not have skin persay .
That’s worthless currency...
‘Resistance is useless’.
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