The 2012 congressional campaign has begun. And wouldn’t you know it, the democrats are already misleading voters. Democrats hope to benefit from partisan attacks rather than from fixing a system that is bankrupting our country.
Let’s get this straight. None of the Republican leaders in DC want to end Medicare.
Matt Varilek touts this deceptive ad on his Facebook page:
A supporter sent us this picture of a billboard near I-229 (Cliff Ave and 41st) in Sioux Falls.
Unfortunately for Democrats, Paul Ryan’s budget plan is actually a bi-partisan effort.
Paul Ryan insists on saving Medicare for future generations while Democrats consistently drag their feet allowing the program to deteriorate at a rapid rate. What is more responsible? To fix an ailing system so that it is there to help people in the future or leave it until it is unsustainable?
The only people hurting medicare are those in the Democratic party who chose to divert $500 million to offset the cost of Obamacare.
We all know the Democrats’ plan this cycle. Scare women about health care issues, scare seiniors about medicare. Their reelection plan revolves entirely around fear-mongering with a complete disregard for facts. Maybe Democrats are fine with ignoring the financial collapse of our country, but Republican leaders in Congress and the Senate are focused on righting our economic problems.
I’m willing to bet that voters across this country also understand the ramifications of doing nothing aswell.