So, if Paul Ryan is the smart one, the golden boy of the Republican party, how is this whole budget thing going to work out? His math is terrible, but if he’s the best at it we’re screwed.
“Moving from an opposition party to a governing party comes with growing pains,” Ryan told reporters Friday.
This statement to the press insinuates that you might be interested in actually working for the people, Ryan. But then your tax bill, the AHCA, proved otherwise. It clearly wasn’t for the People.
Yes, Ryan, you and your entire party have been against government for years now, and you’ve been working to destroy it from the inside. So it would seem that your goals line up pretty well with President Bannon’s plans to “destroy the state” and “to bring everything crashing down, and destroy all of today’s establishment.”
45’s buddy, Jeanine Pirro of Fox “News,” says you should step down as speaker of the House. 45 clearly agrees. So does this mean you and the White House are having a tiff again? Who’ll help them with their heinous budget if you’re the only republican who has fooled people into thinking you can math?
You know what? Never mind. Your tax bill and the budget and your petty squabbles aren’t the only things in the news. We have bigger fish to fry in our immediate futures: Gorsuch’s hearings, FBI investigations, EPA chief Scott Pruitt actively working with 45 to speed up global warming, Kushner having no business leading a new White House office, DeVos’ proximity to our precious children’s futures, Nunes’ secret and closed-door meetings, more gun violence, Trump’s inexcusable treatment of Angela Merkel, to name but a few.
I’d say come talk to us when you remember who you work for, Ryan, but then I trust you about as much as I trust Glenn Beck. You burned the last of those bridges last week.