Yet another example of “profiles in courage” from George Allen. If he can’t even take a stand on a bill that received almost unanimous support from House Republicans, then what kind of Republican is he exactly?
ERIC CANTOR SAYS CANDIDATES SHOULD TAKE A POSITION ON THE RYAN BUDGET…WELL, GEORGE?
Democratic Party of Virginia Communications Director Brian Coy released the following statement today urging George Allen to take Virginia Representative Eric Cantor’s advice and state a firm position on the budget proposal offered by Rep. Paul Ryan:
“It’s not every day that we get to say Eric Cantor makes a reasonable point, but that’s exactly what he did yesterday when he urged candidates should take a firm position on the budget put forward by Paul Ryan.
“George Allen has praised the plan, which would end Medicare as we know it and privatize Social Security, as “constructive” and “thoughtful,” but he continues to hedge his bets on whether or not he’d actually vote to cut the budget on the backs of seniors if he were Virginia’s Senator.
“Today, we join Eric Cantor in urging George Allen to offer a clear yes or no on whether he would vote for the Ryan plan.”
So, does George Allen agree with Scott Brown that Ryan’s plan is far too risky for seniors, or does he side with the vast majority of Republicans in wanting to essentially dismantle Medicare? It’s a simple question, but so far, we haven’t gotten a simple answer from “Felix Macacawitz.”