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Ryan revises history on health care reform

Rep. Paul Ryan revises history when he says his Medicare plan is "in keeping with the Bill Clinton bipartisan committee" proposal in 1999. Contrary to the impression left by Ryan, the commission's final report failed largely along partisan lines. Clinton opposed it, and all four of his appointees voted against it.
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May 24, 2011, 3:25 pm
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If the Dems re-take the House in 2012, it’ll be this turkey’s doing.

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May 24, 2011, 9:20 pm
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When the Democrats are duly elected as a resounding Majority to the House in 2012, as well as when President Barack Obama is duly re-elected, it will not have been because of turkeys or flying pigs.
The Democratic platform addresses issues and matters closer to the needs and desires of most Americans in an intelligent, thought-filled and more equitable pro-active direct method than does that of the Ultra-Conservative TeaParty and the conservative Republican Party.

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