RNC: Speaker says GOP offers ‘better way’
U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wisconsin, paid a visit to the North Carolina Republican delegation during a breakfast event Tuesday, outlining what he hopes will be a winning platform for the party come November.
“(It’s about) how can we do our job and help give the country a clearer choice so we can earn from the country not just permission, but a mandate, not just win by default, but by acclamation, so we can go and fix the big problems facing our country,” he said.
Ryan cited welfare reform, national security, the economy, separation of powers and health care reform as issues the party needs to address, reminding delegates a detailed plan for each issue is available online better.gop.
“It’s our job as leaders in the Republican Party, as activists and delegates, to go out and convince our fellow citizens that we have a better way for fixing our problems,” he said.
The following is the proposal Dale Jackson submitted to the Republican Party’s platform sub-committee on health care reform on July... read more