DCCC Attacked Ryan Plan Using Deceptive Dramatization

FlackCheck.org responds to the DCCC and Project Agenda insinuation that the Ryan plan affects current seniors. Lost in the back and forth about whether the Ryan Plan radically changed or ended Medicare is the fact that, contrary to the insinuations of these two videos, it did not affect those 55 and older at all.

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Ryan v. Obama on the Republican Budget. Pandora, District 12, or…

President Obama and Congressman Paul Ryan (R. Wis.) have decidedly different visions of what the Republican Budget Plan will mean for America’s future. FlackCheck.org explores both worlds.

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Bill Adair on claims that the Ryan budget would ‘end Medicare’

Politifact’s Bill Adair on repeated Democratic claims that Rep. Paul Ryan’s budget proposal would “end Medicare.”

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President Obama and Rep. Ryan See Republican Cuts Differently

Assuming that Rep. Paul Ryan’s (R-WI) budget plan would be applied proportionately to all programs permits Pres. Obama to suggest that it would cut essential services, but that’s not what Rep. Ryan says his plan would do. FlackCheck.org applies the Obama and Ryan logic to the task of cleaning a cluttered garage. The plastic Christmas tree survives but with fewer branches under the Obama assumptions and is at the curb under those made by Rep. Ryan.

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Rep. Paul Ryan: ‘Verbal tantrums’

FlackCheck.org features the reaction from Rep. Paul Ryan ( R., Wis.) to President Obama’s attack on his budget proposal.

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President Obama: ‘Social Darwinism’

FlackCheck.org investigates the claim that the House Republican budget is “thinly veiled social Darwinism.”

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Rep. Paul Ryan: Not ‘True Advice’

FlackCheck.org features Rep. Paul Ryan’s (R., Wis.) recharacterization of his remarks about not believing that budgetary testimony by generals reflected their actual beliefs.

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Rep. Paul Ryan – ‘I misspoke’

FlackCheck.org features Rep. Paul Ryan’s (R., Wis.) recharacterization of his remarks about not believing that budgetary testimony by generals reflected their actual beliefs.

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