So Paul Ryan has officially introduced his new budget, and one of the ways it achieves balance is by preserving the tax increases on upper-income taxpayers that he spent the 2012 campaign decrying. Pressed to explain his apparent flip-flop, Ryan said he didn't want to refight old battles:
But even Fox anchor Brett Baier called B.S. on that, because the Ryan budget repeals Obamacare:
Except when it's Obamacare RT @foxnewsradio GOP budget accepts the new tax rates set in Jan. "We're not going to fight the past," Ryan says
— @BretBaier via Twittelator
Not only that, but Ryan effectively ends Medicare, turning it into a voucher program. And if that doesn't qualify as refighting the past, I don't know what would.