No sooner does the ink dry from one missive on health care, Paul Ryan Conveniently Discovers the Patient, the People when the Republican Wisconsin member of Congress, the self-appointed expert on everything health care, pens another, If I were in charge of health care reform:
There is no debate in Washington more critical, more consequential and more controversial than the current debate over health care reform...Health care reform is one of the most crucial domestic issues this Congress will act on and requires the input of all Americans.
Hello? McFly -is anyone home?
Ryan was an apologist for the health insurance industry from the day he took office in the House of Representatives in 1999.
For most of his career, Ryan was a member of Congress while his party controlled both Houses and the White House, yet he never lifted a finger to do anything about this crucial domestic issue, health care reform.
Now Ryan cranks out press releases on health care reform every other week and expects Wisconsin and the nation to take him as a serious player on this most consequential and controversial matter.
With so much time on his hands to comment and critique, perhaps Ryan would like to step up and explain why he was silent on health care reform for the better part of a decade.
Paul Ryan, tell us when you found health care as the way to the front pages of the Wall Street Journal.
When Paul Ryan speaks about health care reform,the crowds are chuckling in every comedy house from New York to Los Angeles.