Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Paul Ryan: "The President is Practicing 'Clash for Clunkers' Economics"





While stumping with Mitt Romney on Monday Paul Ryan called Obama's failed economics 'cash for clunkers' economics.  

From The Daily Caller:

Ryan said “Take money from successful businesses. Take money from families. Take it to Washington and swish it around,” the House Budget Committee chairman explained. “Then send it back to your favorite constituencies.”

Welcome To Obamaville, the land where Obama doles out your money to failed companies.  Obama is both a bad investor and a bad investment for the American people. Obama is a bad gambler.  Do you honestly want Obama to gamble with your money and very badly at that?  First, Obama gives taxpayer funds to Solyndra and it goes bankrupt. He then gave taxpayers' money to Solar Trust for America and that company went bankrupt. In addition, do you want someone who picks winners and losers?  Then, we had cash for clunkers which was a huge fiasco. Government should not interfere with the free-market economy. When the government pokes its nose into places where it doesn't belong things go south, they go horribly wrong. Let's vote the bad businessman who is bad for the USA out of office in November.  

8 comments:

The Conservative Lady said...

Nobama 2012!!!

Bunkerville said...

Things are going to get good. Once we start the attacks, and let them start soon.

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

He's a bad everything!

Leticia said...

Obama must go! Come on people, we have to vote him out!!

This nation CANNOT afford another four years.

Matt said...

That's a good Teresa. The car is rather fitting.

Right Wing Theocrat said...

I like the faux bumpers.

But the frictionless brakes... is that the fancy way or saying they don't actually work.

The Debonair Dudes World said...

Driving for Dummies?

Always On Watch said...

One of the terrible consequences of "Cash for Clunkers": There are barely any used cars available for those on a severely strained budget! Most of those old cars that were really affordable got traded in and destroyed.