RE: [rlccef] Is this Congressman Ryan's Voting Record?++++12

From: Alice K.
Sent on: Friday, August 17, 2012 6:56 PM
Appreciated what Bob White said to B.Mick on radio on Fri. or Thurs., when he spoke of the Liberty Catalyst fund, and put Mick in his place with his quote from Mark Twain.   That left Mick speechless, which was perfect.           So happy we have soooooo many intelligent Patriots in Brevard.    We all seem to remember that blood has been shed for this land of the Free....and we will lose our Freedom with 4 more years of this evil man in the White house.          I sure did NOT like seeing Ryans' voting record, which is identical to Bill Nelsons, it seems!!! Gads!   But Ryan does despise Obamacare............and say what you want, that one horrendously horrible bill, which strips $716 Billion from Medicare and empowers a group of 15 to make decisions on what medical services will need to be cut!!.           The Dems have NO idea how to 'fix' Medicare or Social Sec.   There is only one candidate running for pres. now who will preserve a decent health plan for future generations, and that is Romney/Ryan ticket.      Ron Paul does NOT appeal to the independents I know, and these are the voters we need to beat B.O.    I love Pauls' ideas on fiscal issues, and believe Ryan/Romney will carry those forth to bring our country out of the red, hopefully.   I'm sure they recognize Pauls' fiscal policies are good ones.  Both want to audit Fed.    

Please take your friends to see 2016 while it is still playing and try to take some your Ron Paul or genetic Democratic friends to go with you.
     It will be time well spent.   Let me know if you need the movie times sent to you.                   

  Alice Krietz.


--- On Fri, 8/17/12, Len Lemmer <[address removed]> wrote:

From: Len Lemmer <[address removed]>
Subject: RE: [rlccef] Is this Congressman Ryan's Voting Record?
To: [address removed]
Date: Friday, August 17, 2012, 6:32 PM

Amen, Robert. Amen.

On Aug 17,[masked]:07 PM, "Robert D. White" <[address removed]> wrote:
It is truly time for the party to expouse the best of what has been endorsed by its members during the primaries. The candidates are clear lets get on and defect the true threat to freedom in the US.


Robert D White
 

Subject: Re: [rlccef] Is this Congressman Ryan's Voting Record?
From: [address removed]
To: [address removed]
Date: Fri, 17 Aug[masked]:01:54 -0400

Frank,
You cannot be serious! Are you really suggesting a Ron Paul insurrection in Tampa? What makes you think that any Republican would stomach the nomination stolen from Romney? You have been drinking the Ron Paul Koolaid for too long.
Paul is the least qualified for the nomination. Both Santorum and Gingrich received more primary votes than Paul. A Paul nomination would be viewed as a smoke filled back room deal. A stolen nomination is not worth having. And by the way, Obama would slaughter Ron Paul in the general election.
It is time to put away dreams and begin dealing with reality. The main event is Obama vs. Romney. Where do you stand?

On Aug 17,[masked]:54 PM, "Frank Zilaitis" <[address removed]> wrote:
Points well-taken Roger; however, as I have stated before, the nomination is not a done deed and Ron Paul is an alternative.  (I already sense the sour grapes flak coming my way. :))  Do you not recall the polls that showed Ron Paul was the only candidate who could beat President Obama.  What's baffling to me is that we Republicans choose to shoot off both feet for no good reason.  Again, this is not a done deed.  I remain hopeful we can avoid the Republican version of Groundhog Day.

On Fri, Aug 17, 2012 at 3:48 PM, Roger Gangitano <[address removed]> wrote:
Frank & all,
The rhyme was intended to be just a rhyme. At this point in time, Romney/Ryan seems to be the most likely candidates to run against Obama.  People who still call for Ron Paul for President are just stubborn or refuse to see the reality - He is effectively out of the race and stands a snowballs chance in South Florida of winning against Obama. I'm ok with that. With the amount of time we have left until November, we need to pull together and get behind the most likely candidate(s) that can beat Obama. Those who still call for gary Johnson or Ron Paul only serve to weaken the support for the candidates that will run against Obama. That plays well for Obama, but NOT for those who oppose him. 

Earlier today, an email was sent saying the author would vote for Gary Johnson, yet  the same author supports Ron Paul on other occasions. This only serves to weaken support for Romney, who is the most likely shot we have to defeat Obama. I have said I will support Popeye the sailor Man, if he had the best chance to defeat Obama. The primary objective is to beat Obama. Ron Paul and gary Johnson have little chance to do that. I implore everyone to join with the team that can do that. At this point in time, Romney/Ryan appears to be that team! Longshots are not the safe bet when a "win" is mandatory. Gary Johnson and Ron paul are longshots, at best.
Roger 







On Aug 17, 2012, at 12:26 PM, Reggie Correll wrote:

I agree with Hamilton!  I thought the goal we had was to take back the Republican Party, not to give the election to the Progressives.  Why are we going after our own candidates?  Yes, we did not get the candidates we wanted but we have come a long way in the last 4 years.  Just look at what we have done since 2008, not bad for a bunch of tea baggers.  I just wish everyone could step back and look at the big picture.  If we lose in 2012, we lose our country and that is not an option any of us want.  Let’s get behind this ticket and finish what we started in 2010.  If we can get enough of our people into Congress than we can control the new administration(only if it is Romney/Ryan)  but you know as well as I do that if Obama wins there is no stopping him.  He does not believe in the Constitution and uses executive powers to go around it.  Not to mention all the treaties and deals he will do with our enemies to bring down our country.  I do not believe Romney or Ryan would intentionally ever do anything to harm this country.  You see, they love their country and Obama wants to destroy it. The choice is clear to me.  We win in November and then we are on the path to taking back our country.    

Reggie

 

 

From: [address removed] [mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf Of Sean Freeman


Sent: Friday, August 17,[masked]:28 AM
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Subject: Re: [rlccef] Is this Congressman Ryan's Voting Record?

 

I believe that it is time that we all start voting for a second party (as we only have one party that is advertised in the MSM - the Replocrat-Democan party.



If Paul does not somehow win the nomination (in a manner similar to how Lincoln won the nomination in 1860), I for one will be voting for Gov. Gary Johnson (L) as there won't be a lick's worth of difference (except maybe more "wars" under the right wing of the vulture) between Romney and Sotero.

I have grown tired over the past 20 years of hearing how we all need to "vote this guy out" rather than voting "for" a candidate who we actually believe in.  I haven't voted Republican for the Presidency since Reagan left office and I"m not about to start with this Clown Romney, a candidate who lost to the ill-tempered, war-monger McCain in the 2008 primary.

Think about it - the Republican ticket is now the loser of the race four years ago and this is the best they've got to offer?

Not this American.

On Fri, Aug 17, 2012 at 11:20 AM, Hamilton <[address removed]> wrote:

 Are these guys perfect? No. Did Ryan vote the way I wanted on all bills(I am going to a reliable source to verify), No. The whole issue is that we are losing the country (Cloward & Piven) to Socialism at the very least,Communism at the very worst. 

 

We all must continue to hold the elected and ourselves accountable, and vote the undesirables out. There is no other choice at this time . Quite frankly, I would vote for Elmer Fudd.

 

Ham

A Government big enough to give you everything you want....

Is strong enough to take everything you have.

THOMAS JEFFERSON


On Aug 17, 2012, at 11:08 AM, "Sean Freeman" <[address removed]> wrote:

Do you think that might be because he wasn't a member of congress and doesn't have the ability to vote on anything?

On Fri, Aug 17, 2012 at 11:00 AM, Len Lemmer <[address removed]> wrote:

It is my understanding that the man at the top of the ticket, Mr. Romney

did not vote for any of these bills.

Len Lemmer

On Fri, Aug 17, 2012 at 10:50 AM, Sean Freeman <[address removed]> wrote:

http://www.opencongress.org/people/voting_history/400351_Paul_Ryan

On Fri, Aug 17, 2012 at 9:57 AM, Frank Zilaitis <[address removed]> wrote:

Can anyone confirm this is Congressman Ryan's voting record:

 

YES on TARP
YES on Economic Stimulus Act of 2008
YES on $15 billion bailout for GM and Chrysler.
YES on $192 billion additional anti-recession stimulus spending.
YES on prescription drug benefit for Medicare recipients
YES on extending unemployment benefits from 39 weeks to 59 weeks
YES on Head Start Act
YES on No Child Left Behind Act
YES on making the PATRIOT Act permanent
YES on allowing electronic surveillance without a warrant
YES on emergency $78 billion for war in Iraq & Afghanistan
YES on Budget Control Act of 2011 to raise debt ceiling
 

 

The source of this article is http://www.wnd.com/2012/08/ryan-is-a-rino/

 

Frank





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