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Monday, April 11, 2011

Ooo Hope Has Returned

I am so happy and hopeful now that the country has a leader who has finally taken charge and proposed some sensible actions for fixing the deficit and reducing the national debt; I predict, once he gets on TV enough to promote and explain his fine ideas, that Paul Ryan will step directly into the bright red light of 2012’s presidential election. It would be a great thing to see him directing this country- he’s got youth and that great Ronald Reagan hair-do to pull him right on up to the top. His recent interview with the nation’s top and best news station FOX should be required viewing for every citizen in the US- maybe even put it in required curriculum for all public schools- for now.

See here- what he says makes so much sense: we don’t need to pump money into public broadcasting systems on any medium- just don’t need it. We have Comcast, GE, and FOX and all the private enterprise systems- just pick any station or channel, there are hundreds; so why rob tax dollars to support a bunch of communist propaganda anyway? The country can save so much money forever by defunding those give-aways, and you can bet that the increased dollars in advertising revenues will trickle right back to you in the form of more jobs and better living.

I think Ryan is way ahead of his times and really like his idea of taking the Medicare system and putting it in the hands of private insurance companies in the form of voucher systems- again that increase to the medical insurers has got to provided rivulets of money back into the economy in the form of more jobs and savings as two or three providers fight in the free market for clients thus providing the good competition that brings rates down. Heck, in a few years there will be so much competition that old folks will get medical insurance for next to nothing. I just wish he had pushed harder like the President Bush II for privatizing social security so that those trillions would be snatched right out of the hands of greedy democrats and placed into the safe, well-managed, self-regulated free market of Wall Street and the financial services industry. I can barely imagine the millions of jobs created when he could pulls this one off.

Along the same lines, I think Ryan should join forces with Phi Michelson, Tiger Woods, and any other good republican athletes who work with major corporations like Exxon Mobil in providing educational initiatives to our nation’s youth and move public education into the private sector. Let Exxon, the Koch Brothers, Conoco, Phil, Tiger, Barry take over national public education. Take education off the backs of the tax payer, make it profitable, make those with kids pay for it, put it squarely in the free market system where it belongs. Ryan has wisely pushed to eliminate Head Start and is truly right on in that move- why should the rest of us pay for early education for a bunch of pigmented kids? Let their own folks pay for it by putting those babies into the private day care centers where the competition for those dollars will surely drive day care and early education way down. Shoot, can’t you just see fleets of black Escalades drifting though Newark, Oakland, Philly, Detroit, picking up poor kids to take them to Little Red Exxon School Centers? Imagine all the jobs driving the Escalades, sweeping the floors, cooking the beans, and teaching the kids. What a great way to get even with the greedy-assed school teachers who have ruined this great company and its economy with their contracts and benefits and all. Ryan’s cuts and defunding in Pell Grants make sense too. Heck, let kids and parents pay for their own education- if a kid pays for his own education he is more likely to apply himself. Besides McDonald’s is hiring 50K employees nationwide and surely can put kids to work who can’ afford education. Plus, Ryan is on top of it for sure- why pay to educate kids who can’t afford college when we can just bring in already educated kids from India, China, Korea, Iran, and Iraq? The free-global-market, Ryan well knows, will take care of it all.

And this is just the beginning of a wave of good sense on which America can surf into the future if it would just get on the Ryan board- I am reluctant to support politicians but with my recent conversion to conservatism, I provide below links to the clear, light of Paul Ryan.

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