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Paul Ryan Absent At Soup Kitchens, Shelters In His District, Say Local Charities

Paul Ryan Absent At Soup Kitchens, Shelters In His District, Say Local Charities

Commented Oct 18, 2012 at 12:24:45 in Politics

“Yesterday on the TODAY show, Matt Lauer interviewed Paul Ryan. It was pretty much a cake walk interview with no flack given by Lauer (until the end where they discussed football). Lauer asked Ryan about the Tax Plan that he and Romney want to push, specifically about specifics. His question:
“All I’m asking is as you’re asking undecided voters to close the deal for you here, don’t those voters have the right to know exactly what they are getting?”
Ryan’s response:
“They have the right to know out bottom lines. There are three bottom lines. We’re not going to raise the deficit. Not going to raise taxes on middle class taxpayers or raise the share of the tax burden borne by the higher income people but is a plan; this tax reform plan, this structure of doing what we say, that creates about 7 million jobs right there in and of itself.”

So Ryan thinks voters don't have the right to the details, just what the end result should be. THAT is scary.
http://video.today.msnbc.msn.com/today/49445007#49445007
the comment starts at 2:40 in.”
Paul Ryan Pressed For Details On Tax Plan During Debate (VIDEO)

Paul Ryan Pressed For Details On Tax Plan During Debate (VIDEO)

Commented Oct 18, 2012 at 12:20:04 in Politics

“Did anyone notice Ryan's answer to Lauer's question: “All I’m asking is as you’re asking undecided voters to close the deal for you here, don’t those voters have the right to know exactly what they are getting?”
Ryan replied with, "They have the right to know out bottom lines."
So per Paul Ryan, voters don't have the right to know details, just what the end result should be.
Really?!”