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Millionaire Paul Ryan – angry at old people – to kill Medicare?

Psst…Paul Ryan – ain’t no altar boy.

Paul Ryan, 42, was born into one of the most prominent families in Janesville, Wis.     He is the son of a very successful attorney and the grandson of the top federal prosecutor for the western region of the state.

Ryan grew up in a expansive Colonial house on a large wooded lot, and his extended clan includes investment managers, corporate executives and owners of major construction companies.                                    

He lived a very comfortable life.

He is worth $7.6 million


Is millionaire Paul Ryan is angry at his parents, grand parents

and his in-laws? Or, just all old people?


Paul Ryan, 42, was born into one of the most prominent families in Janesville, Wis.    


In the year after his father’s death, Ryan’s grandmother set up the Ryan-Hutter Investment Partnership, with assets of up to half a million dollars, according to the congressman’s 2011 financial disclosure.

Ryan continues as the general partner running the entity for the family.

By the time Ryan had entered Congress in 1999 at the age of 28 and filed his first disclosure statement, he reported assets between $167,000 and $1.3 million, owned a home and had three rental units.


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Mr. Ryan reported two tax-deferred college savings plans, with a combined value of between $150,000 and $300,000.

He also reported two investment partnerships worth, in total, between $350,000 and $750,000, mostly containing shares of stock in well-known companies, including Apple, Goodrich, Kraft Foods, Visa and Whole Foods.

Both partnerships were formed by Mr. Ryan and other family members to manage assets left by his grandparents and an aunt.

Mrs. Ryan has reported receiving a trust after her mother died in 2010 that is valued between $1 million and $5 million, according to a letter Mr. Ryan filed with his latest financial disclosure.

Mrs. Ryan also has longstanding interests in several mining and oil exploration investments in Oklahoma and Texas managed by her father, Dan Little, a lawyer in Oklahoma whose clients include oil and gas companies.

Those investments generated as much as $150,000 in income last year.


Of the Ryans’ maximum estimated assets of $7.6 million,


Janna’s holdings account for about $6.5 million.

She is the daughter of Dan and Prudence Little, two lawyers in Madill, Okla., who over the years have overseen a vast network of land and oil and gas mineral rights in the Red River area straddling southern Oklahoma and northern Texas.


Seniors Retired after 50 yr careers Living on Social Security / Medicare…

Why is he so vindictive? Does he have a long list of “his parents didn’t buy him the bike he wanted, he got punished for bad grades, or he caught caught cheating and stealing from the collection basket?”

Paul Ryan is so out of touch.

He wants to delete Medicare.

Ryan can drop the altar boy facade. He  is a classic “Thou doth protest too much” attack dog politician with ulterior motives.

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump (L) meets with Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI) (C) and Vice-President elect Mike Pence on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., November 10, 2016. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts


Picture worth 1000 headlines

Some define those who run the The White House

“A dreary group of hoodlums of enormous wealth, the ethical sense of a pack of jackals, and taste so degraded

that it befouls everything it touches.

Many expect mighty God, in his wrath, to obliterate the whole shebang.”*

*Lightly Lifted and Shifted from New York Times: Lillian Ross-Reportage


Arya Stark had a hit list…me, too!

On the HBO hit,  Game of Thrones, young Arya Stark has a

mantra-like Hit List.

As a result of numerous egregious events –

her father’s be-heading to start…

she is very unhappy with certain nefarious people and

she intends to make them disappear. One by One…

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There are some smug, evil, rather atrocious characters

fluttering around our Nation’s Capital

spewing vile /bile untruths not unlike the dragons

on the GOT show.

We the people,  don’t want any ill to happen to them…Simply have them removed from office. Retire, Quit, Move On…cease and desist.

Famous Quotes:

“Hey, I’m a Catholic deer hunter, I am happy to be clinging to my guns and my religion”.

Paul Ryan


The Cast of Characters

“So long, farewell, auf wiedersehen, goodbye
Goodbye, goodbye, goodbye~~~”


Paul Ryan’s Terrible, Horrible, No Good Plan- Danger



New York Times

Last week, President Trump’s sketch of a budget underscored how little interest he has in the nation’s social insurance programs —

proposing to shift $54 billion next year to the militarygun-1845347__340

from the Civilian Discretionary Budget that funds many of the government’s social efforts.

“No other Congress or administration has ever put forward a plan with the intention of having fewer people covered.”


Under the House Republican plan,

24 million more Americans will lack health insurance by 2026, according to the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office.

Of those, 14 million will lose access to Medicaid

and “choose” not to spend money — money they don’t have — on health insurance.


Millions more near-poor people in their 50s and early 60s will likewise be left without a policy they can afford.grandparents-1054311__340


Among those who survive, more are likely to report themselves in poorer health.
• Their rates of depression are likely to rise.
• Critically, their finances will certainly suffer.
• This provides a direct glimpse into how cutting off health insurance won’t just reduce access to health care among the poor.
• It will ricochet across society.


Just Say No – Do Not Accept


If American history provides any sort of guidance, it is that continuing to shred the social safety net will definitely make things worse.

Email: eporter@nytimes.com; Twitter: @portereduardo


All of the above was lifted from the New York Times article by Eduardo Porter at the New York Times