Did former Obama White House Budget Director Peter Orszag just endorse Paul Ryan’s Medicare reform plan?

Jeff G.
Protein Wisdom

It would sure seem so.

Apparently, the more one moves away from Barack Obama, the clearer one’s thinking becomes.

At least, that’s the lesson I take away from this, racist that I am.

RelatedMark Levin’s EPIC rant: I don’t need some no-name a-hole telling me what to do with my doctor!

This is an epic rant from Mark Levin who has just had it with the fact that we are now at the mercy of 9 judges to determine whether or not the federal government can tell determine what you do with your doctor and force you to buy insurance.

Also, Boehner: If SCOTUS Doesn’t Strike Down All Of Obamacare, House Will Repeal The Rest

“We all know the Supreme Court’s likely to make some announcement about Obamacare tomorrow. We’ve made it pretty clear, and I’ll make it clear one more time. If the court does not strike down the entire law, the entire House will move to repeal what’s left of it. Obamacare is driving up the costs of health care and making it harder for small businesses to hire new workers. Our focus has been the economy, and it will continue to be the economy.”

Um, unless he caves…again…Please make us wrong, Speaker Boehner.

Update Quiner: Ryan’s federal budget plan is bold and compassionate. Wisconsin lawmaker shows leadership with effort to address deficit, at the Des Moines Register:

…I could drown you in more morbid budget minutiae from the CBO. But why ruin your coffee this fine morning?

Let us simply say that if you care about the poor, the Obama budget is going to devastate them, because we simply cannot afford to sustain our safety net at current levels because of raw debt.

So, next to a busload of nuns, who has any credibility when it comes to the federal government’s budget? I’d guess most folks would say U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis…

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