Watchwoman: Rep. Paul Ryan sounds overall like a good choice for VP for pro-life, conservative Christians so you’ll be expecting that Paul Ryan will be stoned in the criminally negligent lame-stream, anti-Christian, sin-loving, anti-capitalism, pro-socialist, baby-killing, sodomite promoting, communist, Democrat-owned and operated media. They will hate him because he loves life and the unborn! That’s enough to send the witches of Planned Predators over the edge into murderous rages of attacks! Plus the Satanic sodomites will hate him with equal or more hatred than the witches.
* A huge crowd of 10,000 greeted Romney and Ryan in High Point, North Carolina!
* Hundreds had to be turned away from an event in Florida for Romney because screeners couldn’t keep up!
- Biden drew a crowd of 600 in North Carolina
- Obama had a fund raiser and only charged $51 and the hall was only half full
!!! (But somehow the polls show the commie Demonrats Obama & Biden up???) !!!
▬ Donna Calvin
National Right to Life said he voted pro-life 78 times out of the 78 votes he’s cast on their issue.
Rep. Paul Ryan, the Republicans’ presumptive vice-presidential nominee, has amassed a very conservative voting record during his seven terms in Congress, including repeated votes against spending bills, unemployment-benefit extensions and most of President Obama’s agenda.
But he also voted for some of the Bush administration’s most controversial accomplishments, including the No Child Left Behind education bill and the 2003 Medicare prescription drug law that added a new entitlement to the government’s books without finding a way to pay for it.
He also voted for the Wall Street bailout in 2008, which has become a flash point for both ends of the political spectrum.
His chief breaks with most Republicans usually came on spending bills, where he regularly voted against his party leadership when they controlled the chamber before 2007. In 1999, he voted against expanding the Peace Corps, and voted against expanding debt relief to impoverished nations.
Mr. Ryan voted for the Patriot Act and later voted to preserve federal authorities’ ability under that law to seek library records in their investigations — a major test point for the legislation.
But he’s also had some more pointed dissents, including being one of relatively few House Republicans to vote for a bill that would have outlawed workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation, the Employment Nondiscrimination Act. (WW-This sounds great to me. – DC)
On social issues, he voted to end federal funding for both NPR and Planned Parenthood as part of the GOP’s spending fights last year. (WW-This sounds great to me. – DC)
He maintains an A rating from the National Rifle Association, which backs Second Amendment rights. (WW-This sounds great to me. DC)
He earned a 0 percent liberal score from Americans for Democratic Action, a left-leaning advocacy group, on their most recent scorecard, and has a lifetime 92 percent rating from the American Conservative Union. (WW-This sounds great to me. DC)
He has signed Americans for Tax Reform’s pledge, which commits him to opposing any legislation that increases taxes, as officiated by ATR’s chief, Grover Norquist. (WW-This sounds great to me. DC)
He voted against expanding embryonic-stem-cell research, and has amassed a decidedly pro-life record. National Right to Life said he voted pro-life 78 times out of the 78 votes he’s cast on their issue. (WW-This sounds great to me. DC)
On jobs and labor, he voted against extending unemployment benefits without offsetting their costs, but he also was one of the relatively few Republicans to vote to preserve the Davis-Bacon labor rules in military construction spending earlier this year, which give preference to unionized labor.
He has a 90 percent lifetime rating from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, with most of his mark-downs coming because he voted against government spending as a way to produce jobs — including opposing Mr. Obama’s 2009 stimulus. (WW – Yeah, he voted against Obama’s stimulus!!! – DC)
He was also one of less than three dozen Republicans who in 2007 backed Democrats‘ plan to require at least 15 percent of electricity in each state come from renewable fuels — a program the Chamber called unworkable.
Still, he’s not considered an environmentalist by any stretch: The League of Conservation Voters gave him a 24 percent lifetime rating in its most recent full-year scorecard.
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