Paul Ryan

January 25, 2011 by USA Post 

Paul Ryan, Bachmann, a favorite Tea Party that is the thought of the nomination of the GOP for president, said she is not in “competition” with the Speaker of the House Budget “Paul Ryan,” R-Wis., who was officially tapped to speak to a national television audience after Obama’s speech.

Bachmann, a Republican from Minnesota to its third term, has been defended this morning by another favorite Tea Party: Senator Paul Rand Kentucky.

Paul, speaking on CNN this morning, Bachmann said the word is no different from other Republicans who will give their opinion, when Barack Obama steps to the microphone in the room.

“I think you have a variety of opinions and all Republicans are not the same, but I do not see this as an attempt to usurp someone else’s prerogative,” Paul said in the interview CNN. “I think a Republican primary message, but other voices too.”

Bachmann has downplayed the duel GOP speeches to reporters in Minnesota on Monday, saying she is “just reacting to what Obama said. This is not supposed to compete in any way. “She added that Ryan” doing a great job. ”

The Tea Party Express, a small-government groups most active in the 2010 elections, has a great image of Bachmann on his website touting his “State of the Union response.” Bachmann remarks will be podcast on the CNN website and also planned to live it.

The Republicans chose Rep. ‘Paul Ryan”du Wisconsin to provide the answer to Obama’s televised address. He plans to promote budget cuts as essential to responsible director and I will talk about the courtroom of the House Budget Committee, which he now chairs.

Aid of President Obama will say about the spending cuts as well as the details are less clear. Basically, the recommendations of its politically explosive bipartisan commission on how to cut debt, such as shrinking social security benefits and rising the eligibility age.

The White House has said Obama will not delve deeply into policy or to propose a list of ideas. It will sell a broader message to a skeptical crowd.

In a new Associated Press-GfK poll, more than half of those surveyed disapprove of how Obama has handled the economy, and only 35 percent said it has improved on his watch. However, the survey reveals a sense of perspective: three quarters of respondents, it is unrealistic to expect significant improvement after two years.

The recession that began before Obama took office cleared 7.3 million jobs. On the rebound, the economy produced 1.1 million jobs last year, and economists believe that figure wills nearly double this year. Yet, unemployment, currently at 9.4 percent, is likely to remain high.

On Monday, Obama has been developed the language of his speech. His radio address the weekend showed that he was headed.

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