GOP is a party of war. Ron Paul has been arguing that basic concept much longer than me but I've made some modifications to his theories based on observation and research, such as the fact that the GOP is basically attacking everybody and not just trying to get the country to go to war.
Related background posts:
The GOP's recent budget makes one thing abundantly clear that the GOP is a party that seeks to harm people - in some cases using crazy non-facts (or old discredit facts) - to push an agenda which hurts people's lives in a real way both physically and mentally - both Americans and people abroad.
Lets take a look at the following article as a starting point;
What this Republican Budget says:
GOP voted against 7 bills to help veterans
The GOP are slashing food stamps (something even Nuns oppose as it's not Christian);
The GOP are slashing Medicare (something they would never do in an election year when old people are watching them PROVING that they lie during an elections year... give them power and they show what they are really made of);
The GOP are making efforts to reduce education opportunities (which also makes sense as reducing critical thinking has been a part of the Texan platform for a while, where the center of Republican power seems to be) - This fits the GOP's anti-science agenda which is necessary if your goal is war as people need to believe you blindly for meaningless wars to occur;
The GOP also wants to remove the oversight over Wall Street! IN other words, the lack of oversight through removing laws & regulations that protect people that LED TO THE 2008 FINANCIAL CRISIS TO BEGIN WITH is what the GOP wants to bring back. The even add laws to spending bills to enable another economic crash. The GOP's pro financial collapse credentials are literally perfect;
The funny part is that all these cuts (the GOP is proposing citing thier faulty economics and fake budget hysteria) wouldn't even be necessary if the Republicans hadn't spent trillions of dollars on the Iraq & Afghanistan wars (which the media doesn't like to talk about).
Article: 10 Things The GOP Doesn't Want You To Know About The Debt
How did the GOP spend those trillions of dollars? By creating a section - through accounting tricks - that would allow unlimited funding for thier wars by calling it 'emergency funding'. Just like they did in the Bush Administration.
2007: Wars Cost $15 Billion a Month, GOP Senator Says
2015: Bernie Sanders Demands War Tax On Millionaires To Pay For GOP Military Spending Increase
General: Introduction To The Class Warfare Being Waged by The GOP & Fox News On America OR "Actual elephants are more useful than the GOP"
So lets repeat that. The GOP - while saying they don't believe in deficit as 'deficits don't matter' - are creating provisions for unlimited war spending while cutting help (& in many cases, life saving help) for people in America who need it.
IN other words, the GOP has launched a two pronged war. One war is on, well, anyone they can attack outside of America and the other war is on the majority of US Citizens by higher taxes, high tax burden, less resources to succeed, stay healthy or even to eat. Even social security, which Paul Ryan was aided by, is being attacked. The hypocrisy is so thick you could cut it with a knife.
Related news segments;
Prompt US withdrawal from Afghanistan increasingly unlikely - Rachel Maddow reports on the visit by Afghan President Ashraf Ghani to the U.S. to thank U.S. service members and taxpayers for the war effort, and shows how distorting the timetable for a U.S. draw-down makes actual withdrawal less likely to happen.
Some interesting articles that make a good point (that the GOP is pro war at the cost of everything else);
Proponents are cautiously optimistic about the package passing the House tomorrow, but it’s not yet a done deal. Many on the right aren’t happy about the financing – most of the plan isn’t paid for – and many on the left aren’t happy about what are effectively Medicare cuts. There’s also some concern in the Senate over abortion restrictions, though the White House’s support for the agreement may help move some Democratic votes in the upper chamber.