Although I don’t always agree with Congressman Paul Ryan when it comes to politics, I like him very much.
What I like most is his candor. Unlike Mitt Romney, who is wishy washy on most social and political issues, what you see with Ryan is what you get.
He is one of the most open, honest politicians I have ever seen. His commitments are unequivocal and easy to comprehend. I just wish he were the Republican nominee for president.
Members of the Tea Party should be ecstatic about Ryan. They have been working hard and praying for someone who is authentic. In Ryan they have found it.
Paul Ryan is very influenced by political and economic philosopher Ayn Rand. Rand, who moved here from Russia, believed that government- local, state, and federal- should always be on a diet. Ryan feels the same way.
Ryan believes that Medicare, Social Security, Medicaid, and other federal programs should be significantly downsized. Again, unlike Romney, he feels strongly about this.
If Ryan has his way, then everyone’s taxes- including the rich- will go down precipitously. Since the federal budget will be cut by at least fifty percent, people will be able to keep the money they work for.
The only thing Ryan will not cut is defense spending. He believes that the United States should be militarily superior. To maintain that will cost billions of dollars. Ryan is willing to spend whatever it takes to support the defense department. The United States generals should most definitely vote for him.
Yes, I like Ryan a lot more then Romney. He reminds me so much of Ronald Reagan. Like Reagan, Ryan is someone you can put your trust in.
This election will be momentous for the United States. If you want to keep Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security the way they have been, then vote for Obama. If you want a radical change, then support Raul Ryan. It is as simple as that.
I cannot get excited about Romney. He is too much of a typical politician who follows the latest polls. However, I am excited about Ryan. He is indeed a most worthy opponent to take on the Obama political machine.