During an appearance on Bill Bennett’s Morning in America, Paul Ryan made the following remarks
“We have got this tailspin of culture, in our inner cities in particular, of men not working and just generations of men not even thinking about working or learning the value and the culture of work, and so there is a real culture problem here that has to be dealt with,”
Ryan also quoted Charles Murray, a conservative social scientist who believes African-Americans are, as a population, less intelligent than whites due to genetic differences and that poverty remains a national problem because “a lot of poor people are born lazy.”
Paul Ryan, a racist?
Paul Ryan Blames Poverty On Lazy ‘Inner City’ Men
Yet another racist Republican showed his true colors yesterday. Republican Minnesota State Rep. Pat Garofalo tweeted the following about the NBA.
“Let’s be honest, 70% of teams in NBA could fold tomorrow + nobody would notice a difference w/ possible exception of increase in streetcrime”
Republican ruled states have the worst healthcare in the country. They have the highest number of uninsured
Georgia - 18.4% without health insurance (2012)
Florida – 20.1%
Alaska – 20.5%
Nevada – 22.2%
Texas – 22.5%
Conservatives stand to benefit the most from ACA but because conservatives have low IQs, they are fighting ACA tooth and nail.
GOP has convinced the poor and uneducated to vote for them . Low Information voters and misinformed voters are good for the GOP.
GOP is very bad at governing. This is yet another proof that GOP policies are a disastrous for the economy. Here is the list ten poorest states of the nation. All of them are ruled by Republicans.
10. North Carolina (Republican)
9. Alabama (Republican)
8. Kentucky (Republican)
7. South Carolina (Republican)
6. Montana (Republican – Both house/senate are Republican, Governor is a Democrat)
5. Louisiana (Republican)
4. West Virginia (Republican)
3. Tennessee (Republican)
2. Arkansas (Republican)
1. Mississippi (Republican)
Low IQ Conservatives are doing it again.
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