Cart before the horse? That's the standard working model of the Republican Party, and explains their overzealous quest toward tort reform, the attack on unemployment benefits, and now cuts to food stamps (can't list them all here).
In each case, Republicans like Paul Ryan want to cut back on the penalty for medical errors, cut back on unemployment benefits and cut back on food stamps, as if they were actual problem...the cart before the horse.
Instead of the hard work that goes in to solving the problems listed above, freeloading politicians like Ryan take the easy way out; cut malpractice awards and those costly social safety nets. We're throwing our hard earned taxpayer money to a bunch of politicians that not only offer us simpleton solutions, but have the balls to penalize us in the end? I guess I'm not masochistic enough to be a conservative.
Arrogance Overload? Ryan isn't afraid to force his "moral authority" down our throats.
Ryan: "It is not enough to say that President Obama's taxes are too big, or the health care plan doesn't work for this or that policy reason, it is the morality of what is occurring right now, and how it offends the morality of individuals working for their own free will to produce, to achieve, to succeed that is under attack."
Funny thing about that? It never occurred to me to blame the government for my own failings or successes in business. Ever!
The clip below offers up both examples; the Randian morality lesson we all must adopt, and the cart before the horse philosophy that permeates the Republican authority: