Barack Obama Calls Out the Ryan Budget Yet WH Spokesperson Jay Carney Refuses to Address Why Obama Will Nor Call Out Democrat Controlled Senate To Pass Budget
The Barack Obama Presidency has no credibility. Obama is quick to call out Republican House Rep Paul Ryan’s budget, yet Obama and his minions are as quiet as a church mouse when it comes to why “The One” says nada when it comes to Harry Reid and the US Senate’s and the president’s own budget. What is most incredible is when Obama references Ryan’s budget as radical, it sounds like he is talking about his own policies and agenda.
Hot Air nails the duplicity of Barack Obama and his mouth piece minions. Obviously Jay Carney can’t handle the truth … nor questions about Obama’s budget or the lack there of.
To cleanse the palate, a simple question: Since only 51 votes are needed to pass a budget in the Senate and there are 53 Democratic and left-leaning independent senators, why doesn’t smilin’ Harry Reid ram through O’s latest spending blowout? The White House gets awfully fidgety when the media presses them on this, to the point where even former OMB director Jack Lew was forced to play dumb about how many votes are needed for Democrats to pass this thing.
Its official, after many months of speculation, US Representative Paul Ryan (WI-R) has decided that he will not run for President in 2012. With so many others dipping their toe in the political GOP Presidential field but not yet committing like former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, former NY Gov. George Pataki, NJ Gov. Chris Christie, the fiscal conservative Ryan has decided not to run, this time.
Wisconsin congressman Paul Ryan has decided for a final time that he will not run for president in 2012, THE WEEKLY STANDARD has learned. Ryan, who began seriously considering a bid in late May after Indiana governor Mitch Daniels took himself out of the race, had consulted with top Republicans, including Karl Rove and Frank Luntz, as he contemplated his political future. And though many of those he talked with told him he would be a viable candidate in such a fluid race, even as a late entry, Ryan ultimately decided to continue his focus on debt and entitlement reform as chairman of the House Budget Committee
However, the 41 year old Paul Ryan has his entire political career ahead of him. He is is economic and debt cutting expert of the GOP who had the courage to put forth a plan and show leadership to take paying down the debt head on. Something that even the POTUS has not done. I am a fan of Paul Ryan and look for him to run for President in the not too distant future. However, I tend to think, as does the Lonely Conservative, that Ryan’s best place for the GOP and the USA is in the House. This is a good call on Ryan’s part, he has some unfinished business with America’s long term debt burden and after the 2012 election, his efforts to make the US fiscally responsible will make him a star.
For Ryan, being president has never been a lifelong ambition. His consideration of a presidential bid came not because of any desire to be president and, in many respects, came in spite of his inclinations against one. Ryan has hoped that he might play the role of Jack Kemp to the next Ronald Reagan.
Let’s just say this … the GOP stable of future Presidential candidates is packed. The list includes, Paul Ryan, Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Nikki Haley – Governor of South Carolina, and US Senator Marco Rubio, FL are the future of the GOP. And what a future.
This morning on ABC’s “This Week”Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner says he is certain that Congress will raise the debt ceiling. Geithner stated that Republicans have said that the GOP said this to the president on Wednesday … ”I sat there with them, and they said, we recognize we have to do this. And we’re not going to play around with it.”
Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner says he is certain that Congress will raise the debt ceiling, saying leaders are “not going to play around with it” and risk the “catastrophic” consequences of defaulting on the nation’s debt obligations.
“I want to make it perfectly clear that Congress will raise the debt ceiling,” Geithner said in an interview with ABC News “This Week” anchor Christiane Amanpour. When asked if he was sure, Geithner responded, “absolutely,” adding that Congressional leaders made clear they understood the importance of the matter when meeting with President Barack Obama at the White House last Wednesday.