Tuesday, October 02, 2012

Lyin Ryan Says He'll Explain Details Some Other Time

In a new interview with Bloomberg News today:
Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan said he and presidential nominee Mitt Romney aren’t specifying which tax breaks must be eliminated to maintain their negotiating power in talks over U.S. tax policy.


An August study by the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center in Washington found that Romney’s plan couldn’t simultaneously cut tax rates as much as promised, avoid increasing the U.S. budget deficit, preserve tax breaks for savings and investment and prevent the tax burden from shifting from top earners to everyone else.Bloomberg
Lyin Ryan also engaged in whining today, something he normally leaves to Mitt.
Ryan says Obama is "injecting confusion into the electorate:"