…..or phase it out for folks under 55?
Word on the net now has Ryan Targeted in Wisconsin. Paul Ryan’s district narrowly went for Obama in 2008.
Rob Zerban thinks he can knock off a
Wisconsingiant next fall.
And Democrats on Capitol Hill agree that this 42-year-old businessman, a former Republican with limited experience in county politics, could be their best shot at defeating House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan (R) in more than a decade.
Indeed, as Ryan’s national profile balloons, his 2012 re-election campaign in
’s 1st district could be growing more difficult. Wisconsin
The seven-term Congressman is now the face of the GOP plan to transform Medicare, an issue largely blamed for an embarrassing Republican defeat in western
’s special election last week. And recent polling suggests that Ryan’s popularity among independents and Democrats, a group he will need to hold his moderate district, is falling. New York
“The more he’s front and center on Medicare, the better chance I think I have,” Zerban said.
Democrats certainly believe they have an opportunity to nationalize the Wisconsin House race, driving resources and energy from across the country into a swing district Ryan has held relatively comfortably since 1998. And they believe that fallout from
’s GOP debacle will help. New York
If I were advising this Zerban guy, I’d make sure all the voters knew that Paul Ryan is the architect for the GOP’s to cut taxes for rich folks and Medicare for everyone else to pay for it. If you are under 55, you better cut back on spending and double or triple your 401K contributions today, because you’ll paying twice as much for health insurance (if you can find it) under the Ryan plan.
I wonder if folks in