I--like RSF whom you are also calling a "blatant liar" apparently [RSF: Don't say I didn't warn you...I in fact did!]--said that there is no evidence that anywhere near 57% support the majority of the specific proposals of the Ryan budget--as one example, get 57% to support the graphic on page 22, I "challenge" you--rather than a glowing summary without specifics. Show that that is a lie. I said both sides are distorting--yes Virginia, throwing grandma off a cliff is very much the same as death panels, etc. Show that that is a lie.
As well, your Alice-in-Wonderland language--if not an outright "lie"--continues. Look up the definition of the word "circumlocution". I think any educated person would find quoting specifics on the point of the subject from an official document fails to fit that definition. Well except in your rather Bizzaro--or lying--world.
Or you can keep playing your usual jerk self. One or the other. I suspect I know which will happen.
Seriously, professor moderate is attempting to boost his argument with a document written by liberal strategic operatives with close ties to the Democratic Party.
It's as if he doesn't even want to acknowledge this simple truth.
"Look at page 22! Look at page 22!!" Huh? Uh, how about you start with MO of the organization that produced this "report" then get back with me.
And no, of course RSF isn't a liar. I'm glad he dug up the source - he likes details. Further he acknowledged that the group was founded by James Carville. The "individual planks" as described by DemCorps are woefully misleading, as I demonstrate above with factcheck.org in support. But I doubt RSF cared that much to dig any deeper.