House Of Representatives Passes Ryan Budget

On a vote split along strict party lines the U.S. House of Representatives passed the controversial Ryan Budget Plan today. “The greatest danger that America faces today is doing nothing,” House Speaker John Boehner said Friday before a vote on the plan, “so we’re going to do this crazy thing because it hurts those we hate most: everyone who isn’t in a position to give us lots of money.”

The Ryan plan covers Bush-era tax cuts for the rich by sacrificing the lives of the poor and elderly, who will be ground-up and packaged as hamburger, and sold at local Conservative Bastard Supermarkets across the country. “It’s kind of the old ‘Eat The Rich’ slogan turned upside-down” Ryan said.

The plan is certain to be stomped-on, crushed, ripped to shreds, and then set on fire by the Democrat-dominated Senate and President Barack Obama, who have their own plan that doesn’t address fiscal problems at all but doesn’t kill anyone, either.

Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., chairman of the House Budget Committee, prepares to duck as his budget plan comes before the House.

Find-out how the Federal Budget process actually works by reading this .pdf document “The Congressional Budget Process”