Ed's on a tear in the video clip below, where Schultz trots out numbers that don't look good for Paul Ryan. That's not to say we should feel comfortable with Ryan on the ticket.
Ryan agrees with Glenn Beck, that liberalism is a cancer, and he wants to "flush us out" into the open. Yeah, it's our problem the free market, deregulation and fascism is failing in America. Ryan wants to strip the American public of any last strength they received from their own government, by shrinking it, and leaving them so desperate they'll be easy pickings for low wage slave labor jobs.
John Nichols fills the country in on what many of us here have known for years; Ryan is a blind sociolpathic ideologue, who's vision in not just a Dickensian one, but an inhumane corporate model no country our size has dared to incorporate. There's a reason for that.
And Ryan's pathetic comment that Democrats want to take the notion that our rights come from God and nature, and turns it on its head, and give it to government. Big generalization that means nothing. Technically, I think Ryan is completely discounting the importance of our constitutional rights. No rules, no constitution, just nature? They call that the law of the jungle.
Lot's of stuff in this video:
I have more, even things I didn't know, coming up in the next few posts.