Posted by: Dan Plutchak
in This Just In on May 18, 2012
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Congressman Paul Ryan says the public is ahead of the political class when it comes to understanding the gravity of the problems our country faces. “They’re ready for solutions,” he said.
In an interview Monday in Delavan, Ryan said he thinks the time has come when voters want to elect people who have ideas and solutions — and he’s optimistic his ideas are the ones they’re looking for.
The Democrats, he says, just don’t have any ideas.
Ryan is back home this week traveling the district in his mobile office. In addition to helping constituents solve problems with the federal government, Ryan is sure to hear plenty about the issues that will drive this fall’s election.
Although it’s likely the political stalemate will continue from now until the election in November, the proposals pushed by each side give an insight into how each would frame the issues for the upcoming campaigns.