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Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Paul Ryan did ask for stimulus money.

Here are screen shots of documents written and signed by Paul Ryan in referencing money being provided by the economic stimulus.

When Paul Ryan says he did not request money from the economic stimulus, he is lying to you.

Don't like it? Too bad. That's his signature there at the bottom of each of these documents.

Now, when he states that the stimulus did not work, surely he has to answer for the fact that, when making these requests, he believed the stimulus would indeed work. Folks, Paul Ryan is merely posturing for political purposes and personal gain now that he is the VP nominee. Not only is it a lie that the stimulus did not work, but the fact that he believed it would work calls into question his current mindset about government spending.

1. We've established he has difficulty with honesty.
2. We've established he has difficulty recollecting about his own actions.
3. We've established that he is saying things just so Mitt Romney can get elected.

As the adage says, a leopard can't change its spots.

1 comment:

  1. Nice, factual post. Sadly, the Republicans have no time for reality, facts or the truth. Sigh. Their motto seems to be "Tell the lie over and over then do it again." That tactic is working because journalism--the real kind, not the corporate ruled, talking-head, ditto-head, cool-aid drinking kind--is all but dead in the United States.


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