I'm sitting here watching Bill O'Reilly on Fox and Congressman Kucinich (D from Ohio) is on saying that the difference between his party and Republicans is that the Dems care more than the GOP, and that's why we should re-elect Obama. I've heard this over and over today as the Democrats have tried to pivot their message now that Paul Ryan is on the ticket.
I believe that Paul Ryan is the best choice for the Romney ticket and applaud Romney's selection. And, as a conservative, I am continually offended by the attacks by the Left that because I don't want to steal people's money and give it away, that I must not be compassionate.
Consider the fact that studies have shown time and time again that conservatives give more to charity than liberals. So, if you are a conservative, you want to take care of others. If you are a liberal, you want to force your neighbor to take care of others. That's the difference.
Liberals whine and whine that Ryan wants to throw grandma off the cliff, Krugman has said that Ryan's budget plan will "kill people." There is no low that is too low for these people. Meanwhile, they are running on the message that there is no need that is too expensive that my money and your money cannot pay for.
This ridiculous battle cry, unfortunately for us and for America, still works to some extent and the electoral map is demonstrating an uphill battle for Romney-Ryan and all of us to who believe that we need to get the Presidency from the grips of Obama.
From Rasmussen Reports:
In other words, we have a great amount of work to do before November.