Ryan: ‘It’s Not Too Late To Save The American Dream’

Republicans blasted President Obama and Democrats for failing to act on a budget while trying to sell the American public on the Republican proposal.

In his GOP weekly address, Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) said the debate over the federal budget had the highest possible stakes, asking, “Is it too late to save America from a diminished future?”

“It’s a difficult question, it’s one that makes me worry about my children’s future, and I know you’re worried too,” Ryan said Saturday. “But the honest answer is this: it’s not too late to save the American Dream.”



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