It’s been six months, Speaker Ryan. Time for the training wheels to come off! Here’s a brief list of the promises you’ve made to the American people since taking the gavel.
The American people have waited more than 2,200 days – and endured 63 House GOP votes to repeal or undermine the Affordable Care Act – to see the Republican fantasy plan to replace the ACA. And even though Republicans have admitted that they’re never going to actually produce a replacement bill, Speaker Ryan finally teased out the big idea that the GOP spent six years thinking up: “An Old Idea That Doesn’t Work,” according to The Huffington Post.
Weeks after blowing past the statutory deadline to enact a budget, Republicans in Congress are lashing out.
According to CNN, “Paul Ryan wants everyone to know he’s no John Boehner.”
The House Republican Conference – under the former GOP Budget Chairman, Speaker Ryan – blew their budget deadline last Friday. Par for the course for House GOP, really, because they are failing to take action to confront crises facing American families across the country.
More than 2,200 days after the President signed the Affordable Care Act – and after 63 House GOP votes to repeal or undermine the law – House Republicans are telling us, yet again, that they just need “a little time” to come up with their fantasy ACA alternative.
Speaker Ryan and the House GOP blew past the statutory deadline for Congress to enact a budget. Instead of coming together with Democrats to pass a budget resolution that will create jobs and grow the paychecks of hard-working American families, Republicans decided not to pass one at all.
Today, House Republicans blew past the budget deadline and couldn’t even enact their shameful, ‘Road to Ruin’ budget proposal. Associated Press: House GOP to miss budget deadline amid divisions in caucus House Republicans are departing Washington having missed a deadline to pass… Continue
Speaker Ryan and the House Republican leadership have failed to meet the most basic measure of responsibility: passing a budget – and the media has taken note:
…Pass a budget this year. That budget collapse is not what the Speaker is going to talk about in his latest big speech this afternoon. But after months of rhetoric and lofty promises, Speaker Ryan and House Republicans are ready to stumble… Continue