Randex

Friday 24 June 2016
Negative
Rmuse, PoliticsUSA
Paul Ryan  

If any American actually believed Republicans, especially savage Ayn Rand acolyte Paul Ryan would offer an “Obamacare” replacement worthy of merit, or to help Americans better afford healthcare, they are insane. It took six years for Republicans to come up with a “better way” and not only did the “better way” have no new ideas, it is actually much, much worse than before the ACA was enacted. Ryan and Republicans’ plan is not a “better way,” it is a sadistic, wicked, and evil way to deny tens-of-millions of Americans access to healthcare and exactly what one expected from Republicans.

Posted over 1 year ago Publication date: 24 Jun 2016
Sunday 05 June 2016
Negative
Rmuse, PoliticsUSA
Paul Ryan  

The highest ranking Republican in the nation, House Speaker and Ayn Rand disciple Paul Ryan, recently revealed that he will help elect and readily accepts the idea of a racist president solely because he will assist congressional Republicans in advancing their conservative anti-government agenda. Obviously, Ryan wants a racist president because he knows Donald Trump will help congressional Republicans eviscerate Medicare, Medicaid, the Affordable Care Act, food stamps, and aid to children and the elderly. And, a racist president will give the richest Americans greater tax cuts at the rest of the nation’s expense; a goal Republicans have sought to achieve for decades.

Posted over 1 year ago Publication date: 05 Jun 2016
Friday 05 February 2016
Negative
Rmuse, PoliticsUSA

Tragically, and it is a monumental tragedy, the Republican successes in congressional races and, more importantly, state-level races have brought the nation closer to facing a serious threat of a Koch-ALEC-driven call to rewrite the Constitution to comport with an Ayn Rand, libertarian, and evangelical theocratic vision of America. This was at one time an evangelical, libertarian, and conservative fantasy, but today it poses a clear and present danger that will change the law of the land and make America unrecognizable as a representative democracy.

Posted almost 2 years ago Publication date: 05 Feb 2016
Saturday 24 October 2015
Rmuse, PoliticsUSA

Since the Pope has instead spent the past year reiterating Christ’s teachings about caring for the poor, the environment the poor live in, and the unfettered corporate greed keeping the poor in poverty, conservatives are waging a war against the Pope. The crux of the issue for Gosar and Republicans is that this Pope is adhering to Jesus’ teachings and not Ayn Rand, Charles and David Koch, and every angry racist teabagger in America.

Posted about 2 years ago Publication date: 19 Sep 2015
Sunday 31 May 2015
Rmuse, PoliticsUSA
Negative  

…spending on infrastructure projects is wildly popular and a top priority that at one time enjoyed the greatest bipartisan support. However, that was before America was ripped apart by racist religious teabaggers, Republicans, Ayn Rand devotees, and anti-government conservatives bent on starving the government into bankruptcy.

Posted over 2 years ago Publication date: 27 May 2015
Sunday 17 May 2015
Rmuse, PoliticsUSA

…according to Ryan Republicans have no intent to fund any infrastructure improvements either now or in the future. The Ayn Rand devotee said he hoped “cooler heads can prevail…”

Posted over 2 years ago Publication date: 17 May 2015
Saturday 18 April 2015
Rmuse, PoliticsUSA

If there is any American who doubts that Rand Paul is not the one percent’s best hope for president, they are unaware he would give the wealthy an even bigger tax cut than Ayn Rand acolyte Paul Ryan by completely eliminating all taxes on capital gains, dividends, and other investment income. Not only does eliminating those taxes not help the economy on any level, studies show that the single biggest driver of income inequality destroying the middle class is low tax rates on investment-type income; eliminating them will finish off the middle class and send them straight to the poverty ranks to starve.

Posted almost 3 years ago Publication date: 18 Apr 2015
Monday 23 March 2015
Rmuse, PoliticsUSA

…every one of the Heritage Foundation budgets Ayn Rand acolyte Paul Ryan submitted were advertised as “courageous efforts to eliminate deficits and pay down debt.” Naturally, the one-time bipartisan Congressional Budget Office and anyone with a brain understood Ryan’s budgets included “trillions of dollars in imaginary, unexplained savings and new sources of revenue.”

Posted almost 3 years ago Publication date: 22 Mar 2015
Sunday 15 March 2015
Rmuse, PoliticsUSA

Two areas that are particularly offensive to, and primary targets of, the Koch brothers are any kind of spending to help Americans in poverty or barely subsisting eat and have access to healthcare. Throughout his tenure as chairman of the House Budget Committee, Ayn Rand acolyte Paul Ryan proposed Heritage Foundation austerity budgets that all but eliminated spending on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, food stamps), and changed Medicare into a coupon.

Posted almost 3 years ago Publication date: 15 Mar 2015
Tuesday 24 February 2015
Rmuse, PoliticsUSA

It is likely that a fair number of Americans missed the meaning of Arquette’s comment because they are programmed to be self-centered by the Republican Ayn Rand ideology that anything benefitting another American, any American, is at their personal loss. One would like to think Americans were not always selfish, or uncaring about their fellow citizens, but something terrible happened in the early 1980s…

Posted almost 3 years ago Publication date: 24 Feb 2015
Thursday 08 January 2015
Rmuse, PoliticsUSA

…the Kochs added a brand spanking new trickle-down rule from Ayn Rand devotee Paul Ryan that forces the once-bipartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) to automatically analyze, score, and approve huge trickle-down tax cuts for the rich as deficit reducing job creators and a bonanza for federal revenue; like the Bush-era tax cuts for the rich proved not to be.

Posted about 3 years ago Publication date: 08 Jan 2015
Thursday 11 December 2014
Rmuse, PoliticsUSA

Typically, compassionless Republicans such as Paul Ryan claim the reason the nation’s wealth flows to the one-percent disproportionately is because poor people are just lazy moochers who “need to learn the value and culture of hard work.” That has been the Ayn Rand devotee’s reason for cutting programs like food stamps regardless the majority of recipients do have jobs, some in the Armed Forces, or are elderly, disabled, or child “takers.”

Posted about 3 years ago Publication date: 11 Dec 2014