In hammering home the arguments as to why the Ryan-Romney budget is morally wrong, mean spirited, and written for the 1 percent, we have the potential to change the dynamics in American politics on economic issues for a long time.
Republicans speak not about class conflict, but evoke the images of peasants seeking the demise of the rich. And all as a result of proposals that return us to the tax rates of Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush.
In a radio interview this AM, Ryan claimed that the Republicans on the deficit reduction super-committee were putting revenues on the table. That surprised me since I'd thought they'd pledged to stonewall on that point.