Haridopocalypse: Mike Haridopolos meltdown on talk radio program
I am absolutely flabbergasted that someone who wants to run for the United States Senate refuses to answer a simple question about how he would vote on a significant and current Republican budget proposal. Haridopolos’ answer that his vote on the Ryan plan is nothing more than a “hypothetical” is one of the worst waffles I’ve heard from a politician in a long time.
Someone needs to get Haridopolos a dictionary so he can look up “hypothetical.” (Heck, it comes from a Greek word, “hupothetikos” so you would think he might understand it!) A hypothetical is a situation based on conjecture, a statement or idea thought to be true but unproven. The Ryan plan is no hypothetical. It’s a real and specific budget plan that was brought up for a vote this week…
Also, it’s not like the Ryan plan just came out yesterday. Ryan’s catchy little YouTube video describing his plan was posted on April 4th, almost two months ago. Haridopolos has had plenty of time to hire someone to read it for him and advise him what’s in it. Instead, Haridopolos has repeatedly refused to give a direct answer about how he would have voted on this important legislation.Read More »