Repub Donald Trump Calls The Repub's Ryan Budget Proposal "Catastrophic"

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    Apr 12, 2012 2:35 AM GMT
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mobileweb/2012/04/10/donald-trump-paul-ryan-budget_n_1415150.html?ref=politics

    Trump also predicted that the Ryan budget proposal will be the "single biggest reason" for Romney losing this November.

    And this from a Romney supporter!
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    Apr 12, 2012 2:52 AM GMT
    LMAO.
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    Apr 13, 2012 2:16 AM GMT
    Where's Mocktwinkie?

    Mocktwinkie is Paul Ryan's biggest cheerleader.
    Doesn't Mock have any comment on Trump's devastating indictment of the Repub's Ryan budget plan?

    I'm sure it would be interesting to hear what Mock has to say about Trump's sage advice to the Repub party.

    Of course it's much too late for the Repubs to save themselves though.
    They've already voted for and wholeheartedly embraced the Ryan budget plan.
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    Apr 13, 2012 2:30 AM GMT
    southbeach1500 saidRickRick,

    What is Mr. Obama proposing - besides "taxing the rich" - for a second term, should he be re-elected?




    Obama started out with a very good proposal about a year ago with Boner along side doing his best to make it a giveaway for the very rich again, of course Obama kept caving until in the end he had little left so it died.


    Will the party of no stick with NO NO NO to the American Middle and YES YES YES to MORE MORE MORE tax cuts, breaks, corp welfare for big oil, bush tax cuts and shelters for the very rich during Obama's second term ?

    You repubs didn't like Ron Pauls flat tax Ideas, so your party kicked him to the back of the bus, now you'll more than likely have to deal with Obama, and this time around he may just find more spine because he won't be concerned about running for office again.
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    Apr 13, 2012 4:49 AM GMT
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    southbeach1500 saidRickRick,

    What is Mr. Obama proposing - besides "taxing the rich" - for a second term, should he be re-elected?




    Obama started out with a very good proposal about a year ago with Boner along side doing his best to make it a giveaway for the very rich again, of course Obama kept caving until in the end he had little left so it died.


    Will the party of no stick with NO NO NO to the American Middle and YES YES YES to MORE MORE MORE tax cuts, breaks, corp welfare for big oil, bush tax cuts and shelters for the very rich during Obama's second term ?

    You repubs didn't like Ron Pauls flat tax Ideas, so your party kicked him to the back of the bus, now you'll more than likely have to deal with Obama, and this time around he may just find more spine because he won't be concerned about running for office again.




    You raise a very interesting question.

    Will the reelection of President Obama see the Repubs stick with their same failed agenda - or will the Repubs finally engage in some real soul searching and allow themselves to experience the reality check they so desperately need?

    For the sake of our country it would be good to see the Repubs put aside the blinders and the denial and abandon their failed policies - and try to come up with some fresh ideas that are focused on helping ALL Americans - instead of their current agenda which just helps the rich and corporate America.
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    Apr 13, 2012 5:15 AM GMT
    RickRick91 saidhttp://www.huffingtonpost.com/mobileweb/2012/04/10/donald-trump-paul-ryan-budget_n_1415150.html?ref=politics

    Trump also predicted that the Ryan budget proposal will be the "single biggest reason" for Romney losing this November.

    And this from a Romney supporter!



    And we are caring what Donald Trump thinks because.....???? icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Apr 13, 2012 3:27 PM GMT
    RickRick91 said
    realifedad said
    southbeach1500 saidRickRick,

    What is Mr. Obama proposing - besides "taxing the rich" - for a second term, should he be re-elected?




    Obama started out with a very good proposal about a year ago with Boner along side doing his best to make it a giveaway for the very rich again, of course Obama kept caving until in the end he had little left so it died.


    Will the party of no stick with NO NO NO to the American Middle and YES YES YES to MORE MORE MORE tax cuts, breaks, corp welfare for big oil, bush tax cuts and shelters for the very rich during Obama's second term ?

    You repubs didn't like Ron Pauls flat tax Ideas, so your party kicked him to the back of the bus, now you'll more than likely have to deal with Obama, and this time around he may just find more spine because he won't be concerned about running for office again.




    You raise a very interesting question.

    Will the reelection of President Obama see the Repubs stick with their same failed agenda - or will the Repubs finally engage in some real soul searching and allow themselves to experience the reality check they so desperately need?

    For the sake of our country it would be good to see the Repubs put aside the blinders and the denial and abandon their failed policies - and try to come up with some fresh ideas that are focused on helping ALL Americans - instead of their current agenda which just helps the rich and corporate America.




    I have doubts that the repubs will do any less foot dragging, blocking progress and tactics to maintain the status quo. I think they will continue to see themselves as saving our nation for their 'christian values' and from the outsider Obama by holding back progress on getting us less reliant on Oil and from any other progressive legislation.

    They'll be busy on polising up their right wing propaganda and fear tactics toward winning back the White House for some godamn religious TBagger leader like Santorum. Watch and see !! his kind will be 'coming out of every corner' in the US to save our country from 'progressives' for their version of gods will for America.

    I don't believe this wide swing toward the far right is anywhere near swinging back, not even toward the center, my bet is that its going to get worse before it gets better. Unless of course the economy improves a great deal which would take the steam out of the far righties. Lets Hope !!!