Bernie Sanders & Paul Ryan
Bernard Bernie Sanders (born September 8, 1941) is the junior United States Senator from Vermont. He previously represented Vermont's at-large district in the United States House of Representatives. Paul Davis Ryan (born January 29, 1970) is an American politician, the United States Representative for , and the presumptive nominee of the Republican Party for Vice President of the United States in the 2012 election. /5
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CNN to host town halls with Bernie Sanders, Paul Ryan.
Paul Ryan: If we lose the Senate, Bernie Sanders becomes chair of Senate Budget Committee!
Bernie Sanders goes all in for down-ballot Democrats, raises over $2 million, to the dismay of Paul Ryan
"Paul Ryan: Dem Party 'run by Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren'" And that's a good thing!
Paul Ryan: "If Hillary wins then Bernie Sanders will play a big role in the national budget." Yes... yes please.
Bernie Sanders is Paul Ryan's boogey man. Let's give him nightmares. 💀👻🎃
Paul Ryan is more afraid of Bernie Sanders than he is of Donald Trump
Everyone from Paul Ryan to Bernie Sanders admits that America’s economic foundation is, well, crumbling
That's it I'm letting the politics out of the bag . I'm calling them out ... Please run for President ... Mitt Romney, Rick Perry, Michele Bachmann, Herman Cain, Marco Rubio, Canadian Ted Cruz, Paul Ryan, Chris Christie, & Rick "Frothy Load" Santorum. You made my news so awesome in 2012 I can't wait for a repeat! Serious candidates AKA Rand Paul, Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, Jeb Bush, & Hillary Clinton . Who cares the most about the American People and who cares the most about Campaign Funds? I bet Campaign Funds trump the American People every time.
Sen. Bernie Sanders blasted an idea from Paul Ryan and other House Republicans that would justify their tax cuts for the wealthy by cooking the books and rigging how costs are counted in legislation.
It’s not even 2015 yet and no candidate has declared that he or she is running, but the pollsters are already asking about who you’ll vote for in the November 2016 Presidential election. In this CNN poll, the choices for a Republican are Jeb Bush, Ben Carson, Chris Christie, Ted Cruz, Mike Huckabee, Bobby Jindal, John Kasich, Rand Paul, Mike Pence, Rick Perry, Rob Portman, Marco Rubio, Paul Ryan, Rick Santorum, or Scott Walker. The choices for a Democrat are Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton, Andrew Cuomo, Martin O’Malley, Deval Patrick, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren or Jim Webb. How many of these candidates could you envision being a successful President?
Bernie Sanders to lecture Paul Ryan on not screwing veterans | The Daily Caller: Bernie Sanders plan...
Today's news from Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.): Enrollment Errors Cut, Obama Claims: The Obama administration said Saturday that it had reduced the error rate in enrollment data sent to insurance companies under the new health care law, even as insurers said that the government’s records were still riddled with mistakes, The New York Times reported. White House ’16: Iowa Republicans are wowed by Paul Ryan, a new Des Moines Register Iowa Poll shows. Mitt Romney’s 2012 running mate is wildly popular here with a 73 percent favorability rating, but Ryan’s popularity is not as great as the overwhelming affinity Iowa Democrats have for Hillary Clinton, with 89 percent saying they have a positive opinion of her. Continue reading here:
Paul Ryan has the sads as Bernie Sanders drills the final nail into Ayn Rand’s coffin
Funny! Paul Ryan the Eddie Munster look a like will look like Green Eggs and Ham in a Blender when Bernie Sanders is through.
Today's news from Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.): Budget Conference: Rep. Paul Ryan and Sen. Patty Murray kicked off the next phase of budget negotiations with a bipartisan breakfast Thursday morning. The two lawmakers will lead a budget conference committee tasked with reconciling differences between the Republican and Democratic spending plans. Sen. Sanders was appointed to the conference committee, ABC News, The Washington Post, Politico, Real Clear Politics and Bangor Daily News reported. Sen. Sanders said on WAMC-FM that any new budget negotiations must not include draconian cuts. Democrats in the South: Southern Democrats are seizing on the widespread dissatisfaction with Republican lawmakers. Sen. Sanders is touring southern states this week. Ahead of an important Senate vote to reopen the government, Sanders video conferenced with a town-hall meeting in Jackson, Misss. "If you don't get involved in the conservative states, they'll never be battleground states in the future," Sanders told the audience ...
Bernie Sanders did not like Paul Ryan's Wall Street Journal op-ed very much.
This is a radio interview by Ed Schultz who has been a favorite of mine for the last 15 years! Bernie Sanders, Senator from VT has also been a favorite of mine. This discussion helps put in context exactly what is at stake in our nation as a democracy. The extremists, which include Paul Ryan and Ted Cruz, very simply want to topple it and put in it's place, an oligarchy and the Koch money is right behind it. These people have no one's best interest in mind, except for their own. We HAVE to stop them, ALL of them! Bernie as always, is so right on. If you're not sure what an oligarchy is, for God's sake, look it up!!! ~:/
Bernie Sanders Today's news from Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.): Obama Wants to Cut Social Security: Sen. Sanders and others in Congress are ratcheting up pressure on President Barack Obama to back away from a proposal to cut Social Security benefits. They’re concerned Obama may strike a deficit-reduction deal with Republicans that would reduce Social Security benefits by adopting a less generous way of adjusting benefits for inflation, The Hill reported. Obama’s ‘Horrendous Idea’: “It’s a horrendous idea. It is totally absurd because for a start, Social Security has not contributed one penny to the deficit … But it`s not just seniors on Social Security. If you can believe it, this chained CPI will make devastating cuts for disabled veterans. The men and women who lost arms and legs in Iraq and Afghanistan, the widows of people who were killed in Iraq -- it will mean significant cuts for them,” Sanders told Ed Schultz on MSNBC. Grand Bargain: President Obama dined Wednesday with 12 Republican ...
In my view, we will not make progress in addressing either the jobs or deficit crisis unless we are prepared to take on the greed of Wall Street and big-money interests who want more and more for themselves at the expense of all Americans. Let's be clear. Class warfare is being waged in this country. It is being waged by the Koch brothers, Sheldon Adeslon, Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan and all the others who want to decimate working families in order to make the wealthiest people even wealthier. In this class war that we didn't start, let's make sure it is the middle class and working families who win, not the millionaires and billionaires. Sen. Bernie Sanders, Ind Vermont
I watched Bill Moyers interview Vt. Sen. Bernie Sanders and Green Party Presidential ticket Dr. Jill Stein and Cheri Honkala. (Ms. Honkala once ran for Philadelphia Sheriff so she could stop mortgage foreclosure evictions.) I then did some research on wealth inequality in the USA. According to the nonpartisan Congressional research office, ten percent of the population now controls seventy five percent of the nation wealth, while the bottom ninety percent gets the remaining one-fourth. Indeed, the top 1 percent alone actually controls about 40 percent. I won't be able to participate in the upcoming political debates (no one asked me :( , but I wish someone would ask Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan this: How much wealth do the job creators need before they can create jobs? All of it?
Video on msnbc.com: Rep. Paul Ryan talked Medicare at the AARP Convention in New Orleans, but the crowd wasn't receptive to his ideas. Ed Schultz talks to Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., about the Ryan speech and more.
Today's News from Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.): Health Centers: Sen. Bernie Sanders today will be at The Health Center of Plainfield where a $1.2 million expansion project has been completed, The Associated Press and Fox 44 reported. "I am proud that we have helped lead the fight to more than double funding for community Health Centers to address the primary health crisis in Vermont and America," Sanders said in the Times Argus and Rutland Herald online. Sanders: End Millionaire Tax Breaks: Appearing before the National Association of Federal Credit Unions, Sen. Sanders criticized tax breaks and budget cuts proposed by Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan, the Rutland Herald reported on Monday. "Count me as somebody who does not agree that you give tax breaks to millionaires and you decimate Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid," Sanders told his audience. Book Fest: The Burlington Book Festival will take place next weekend. Sen. Sanders will attend the opening ceremony. "Our city appreciates i ...
Here is a good article by Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont Deficit Hawk Hypocrites Sen. Bernie Sanders, Reader Supported News 29 August 12 Republican Deficit-Hawk Hypocrites Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan and the Republican Party are now mounting a massive attack against Social Security and other programs. Using "deficit reduction" as their rationale, they are attempting to dismantle every major piece of legislation passed since the 1930s that provides support and security to working families. They are being aided by at least 23 billionaire families, led by the Koch brothers and Sheldon Adelson, who are spending hundreds of millions of dollars in this campaign as a result of the disastrous Citizens United Supreme Court decision. Despite paying the lowest effective tax rate in decades, the billionaires want more tax breaks for the very rich. Despite the fact that the elimination of strong regulations caused the Wall Street meltdown and a terrible recession, the billionaires want more deregulation. Despite outsour ...
Medicare — The Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan plan to end Medicare as we know it would be a "disaster" for seniors, Sen. Bernie Sanders told radio host Ed Schultz on Monday. "They are working with their billionaire friends and waging the most vicious attack against working families, the elderly, the ...
Ryan Budget Facts Share This August 13, 2012 The House budget drawn up by Rep. Paul Ryan would end Medicare as we know it, according to Sen. Bernie Sanders. It also would cut spending on virtually everything but the Pentagon while still spending more than the Treasury takes in by providing $1 trillion in tax breaks for the wealthy and profitable corporations, according to Sanders, a member of the Senate Budget Committee who has monitored and analyzed the Ryan plan. Sanders vs Ryan
Budget Hawk Hypocrisy! "Rep. Paul Ryan, the House Budget Committee chairman voted for unpaid-for wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, gave tax breaks to the rich ($1.8 Trillion) and passed a drug program rigged to pad the pockets of the pharmaceutical industry" said Sen. Bernie Sanders
Sen. Bernie Sanders put out a statement today calling Paul Ryan a deficit hawk hypocrite because he voted for unpaid for wars, tax cuts for rich, and Wall Street deregulation.
"The selection of Rep. Paul Ryan as Romney's choice for vice president makes it very clear that the Republican Party has completely caved in to the extreme right-wing Tea Party. Ryan, the author of the Republican House budget, would make devastating cuts in Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid and education while giving even more tax breaks to millionaires and billionaires. The Romney-Ryan ticket is waging war against the middle class and must be defeated." - Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.)
AUSTERITY On May 15, Sen. Bernie Sanders joined with citizen groups to protest the Peter G. Peterson* “Fiscal Summit” where elite power brokers including House Budget Committee Chair Paul Ryan (R-WI), House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH), Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH), former Sen. Alan Simpson, Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner and former President Bill Clinton will gather inside to discuss a so-called “grand bargain” budget that will cut Medicare, Social Security and Medicaid. The Bowles-Simpson deficit reduction plan, authored by Erskine Bowles and former Senator Alan Simpson (R-WY), is once again being discussed in Congress as a possible model for 'bipartisan' (?) deficit reduction legislation. Members of Congress should know that the Bowles-Simpson plan would cut Social Security benefits for today’s and tomorrow’s beneficiaries. Of even greater concern, it would end Social Security as we know it. "Maybe the time is now to ask Mr. Peterson and his billionaire friends to start paying their fair share o ...
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