In case you didn't know that already. Here he goes:
"Look, I'm a conservative who believes that our constitutional
principles, founding principles are the key principles for the day and
they're the best if applied to our problems to solve problems," Ryan
said during an appearance on MSNBC's "Morning Joe." "And we need to have
that kind of temperament. This is why I'm focused on poverty these
days, this is why I'm focused on—we've got the 50th anniversary of the
war on poverty coming up next year. We don't have much to show for it."
He argued that "there are better ideas that we can use to approach
and attack the root causes of poverty" and that the right "should not
cede the moral high ground on this issue."
The "founding principles" are the key principles to apply to solve our problems? The science of economics essentially did not exist in the late 1700's, when the Constitution was written. Is this bogus pseudo-expert really telling us that we are supposed to just ignore everything that has been learned in the last 230 years?
No, he does not believe that. What he really believes is that it is perfectly acceptable for him to tell any lie to further the interests of his rich masters, and if he defiles the memory of the real founding fathers in the process, well, that's just great if it leaves the Koch brothers a little richer.