Markle wrote:1. President Barack Hussein Obama did create the Simpson-Bowles commission to come up with financial solutions to our crippling problems. To pass the commission needed a super majority. It received only 11 of the 14 votes necessary to pass. There were 18 members on the commission. Ryan voted against it because it did not go far enough is solving our financial disaster. Regardless, Obama ignored the recommendations and continued pushing us deeper into debt.
Re-read your post a few more times until you grasp what it is that you are saying here. I'll reword it for you so that it is easier to swallow: "Ryan voted against the plan, thus preventing it from being sent to congress for a vote."
Markle wrote:2. As for the plant where Senator Obama spoke in 2008 and promised that the plant would be there for another 100 years. Another factcheck had this to say about the Ryan statement: However, nothing Ryan said in his speech about the plant was factually untrue.
Except Obama never promised the plant would not close, so go ahead and stand corrected on that one. Also, Ryan, in a round-a-about way, was trying to imply that some sort of failure on Obama's part is responsible for that plant closing. That is of course completely wrong, as the closing of the plant was announced in June 2008.
I think this may need repeating for you. The closing of the plant was announced in June 2008. The closing of the plant was announced in June 2008. The closing of the plant was announced in June 2008. The closing of the plant was announced in June 2008.
Is it not disingenuous - at best - to imply that the president is responsible for something that was decided on and set in motion in June of 2008?
Markle wrote:3. As for Medicare. Nothing factually not true about ObamaCare taking $617 BILLION out of a system already going broke and using it to finance ObamaCare.
You're not responding to the article here, nor do you appear to be speaking in English. Ryan called out Obama's "cuts" to medicare - cuts that are also included in the Ryan Plan. Have you anything to say about that?