Another Poll Shows People Don't Support Ryan Budget
A new CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll finds 58 percent oppose the Paul Ryan plan to turn Medicare into a voucher program. Only 35 percent support Ryan's proposal. 56 percent think the Ryan plan would be bad for the elderly. Senior citizens are in agreement. 74 percent of seniors oppose the plan.
People are catching on to the Party of No.
According to a CNN/Opinion Research Corporation survey, a majority also don't think the GOP has cooperated enough with President Barack Obama and, for the first time since they won back control of the House last November, the number of Americans who say that Republican control of the chamber is good for the country has dropped below the 50 percent mark.
What Ryan doesn't add is that the Congressional Budget Office ruled that repealing the Obama's health care reforms would add $230 billion over the next decade. Ryan's tax cuts would also add to the deficit. Ryan isn't trying to reduce the deficit. He wants to shrink government and shift the tax burden on the middle class. George W. Bush did that and job creation during his administration was horrendous.