4 thoughts on “Paul Ryan: “we’re not going to give up on destroying the health care system for the American people.” (VIDEO)

  1. It is hard for me to understand how the voters in Ryan’s district can continue to vote for a man who is as divisive as he appears to be in every policy he puts forward. I don’t believe his comment in this case is a “slip,” but is instead an unabashed comment on their desire to create a country that is a social and economic Darwinian state. The power belongs to those among us who are, by their standards, the most fit.

  2. Interesting isn’t it, how Conservatives disavow evolution but love social Darwinism? There is even a revival now of the theory that the rich and the powerful arrived at their privileged station in life due to their superior genetic inheritance and that the working class and poor can never ascend to a higher position because of their genetic inferiority. So, why waste financial resources on education or health care for these lower creatures.? The Bell Curve has been reinvented as an explanation for income inequality, when the reality is that a tsunami of fraud and social looting by the super-rich is the source of the problem.

    1. I think it’s liberals that keep people believing the poor can never ascend to a higher position, and thus need a lifetime of cradle to grave government assistance. The conservative message is completely the opposite.

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