Here is what Ryan had to say about our national debt in 2013 when he told a CPAC crowd that without action on the budget, "the debt will weigh down our country like an anchor." However, an analysis shows that Ryan voted to add a grand total of $6.8 trillion to the federal debt, voting for at least 65 bills that either reduced revenue or increased spending. We could name many Republican Establishment members of Congress, like McConnell, McCarthy, Cornyn, and McCain. All of these hypocrites have referred to themselves as Fiscal Conservatives at one time or another, yet there is not a tax increase they do not like or a spending cut they do like.
These hypocrites have also all said the government spends too much and is too big. Ryan said, “we believe a renewed commitment to limited government will unshackle our economy and create millions of new jobs and opportunities for all people, of every background, to succeed and prosper. Under this approach, the spirit of initiative - not political clout - determines who succeeds.”
In March of 2013 Ryan said this, "By repealing Obamacare, and the Medicaid expansions which haven't occurred yet, we are basically preventing an explosion of a program that is already failing." Please notice, there was nothing stated about replacing Obamacare. Many of the other Republican Establishment hypocrites agreed with Ryan.
While Obama was in the White House, Ryan and the other Republican Establishment hypocrites said things such as the national debt is our biggest threat, the government spends too much, taxes are too high, Obamacare must be repealed, and government is too big. Today, the Republican Establishment will vote to increase the national debt limit, Trump called for real spending cuts in our budget and the Republican Establishment said the budget is dead on arrival, the Republican Establishment is supporting continuing the exorbitant taxes in Obamacare, and the Republican Establishment is calling the act of making Obamacare permanent a repeal and replace.
Then a real threat to our freedom and our liberty comes to the attention of our Speaker, who has told us how fiscally conservative he and the other Republican Establishment hypocrites are while in practice they are much of a Collectivist as are the Marxist/Progressives (Democrats), and our dynamic Speaker takes immediate and decisive action.
Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) said Thursday that he will work with the House sergeant-at-arms to update and modernize the dress code in the chamber and Speaker's lobby after complaints about how the rules are being enforced.
Some female Capitol Hill journalists have recently been barred from entering the Speaker's lobby, the private hallway connected to the House chamber, because they were wearing sleeveless dresses or open-toed shoes. That sparked complaints from reporters about selective enforcement of the dress code, which only calls for professional attire.
Ryan's announcement came a day after Rep. Martha McSally (R-Ariz.) ridiculed the dress code during a speech on the House floor, saying she was dressed professionally, "which happens to be a sleeveless dress and open-toes shoes."
Speaking to reporters on Thursday, Ryan defended the sergeant-at-arms's interpretation of the dress code but said it could be relaxed a bit.
"The sergeant-at-arms was simply enforcing the same interpretation of the rules as under my predecessors. It's nothing new and certainly not something that I devised. At the same time, that doesn't mean that enforcement couldn't stand to be a bit modernized," Ryan said.
"Decorum is important, especially for this institution, and a dress code in the chamber and the lobby makes sense," the Speaker added. "We also don't need to bar otherwise accepted contemporary business attire, so look for a change on that soon."
We Freedom Loving Americans can sleep peacefully knowing Ryan and the Republican Establishment hypocrites are capable of reacting so decisively in time of crisis. The dress code is relaxed. Meanwhile our national debt is right at $20 trillion and growing, Trump’s budget with real cuts is dead on arrival. Tax cuts and reform will probably not happen, nor in the near future. Obamacare will be permanent with a single payor health care system just around the corner. Our government continues to grow. There are no differences between Pelosi and Ryan or Reid and McConnell.