I’ve read the news today, oh boy.
It’s been less than a week and the media on the left has already utterly freaked out about Paul Ryan being Mitt’s choice to be the US of A’s next president* vice president. They have been scrambling to get anything negative out on Ryan they can find up to and including how the GOP freaked out about Paul Ryan being Mitt’s choice to be the US of A’s next president* vice president.
Listen. If the John Boehner isn’t crying about something or, it’s not a day that ends in a Y. And I’m not saying that Boehner is one of the GOP that has criticized the choice of Ryan to be the US of A’s next president† vice president, I’m just saying that he cries a lot. Maybe along with showing Patton’s speech from PATTON to get the group ready to face down Obama’s forces in Northern Africa on the Hill‡, they should have also shown the scene where Patton slaps the crying soldier. Just saying. But I digress.
I don’t understand what these Republican crybabies, or as I like to call them – “Democrats”, are upset about. Paul Ryan is exactly right to be living across the street and a bit down the block from the White House. He embodies everything that is right about the Right. He is a fiscal hawk in that he wants to make the non-military budget so small then swoop down and snatch up any money scurrying along the thin almost nonexistent strands of the social net so no undeserving Obama Momma bird will get it, masticating all the back to its nest so it can regurgitate bile-covered mouse pieces down the throats of its fat parasitic lazy overly dependent baby birds who should have flown the nest already or died from diseases associated with old age as God intended.
Which of course segues into the next great point about Ryan and his utter belief in God and how God so believes in capitalism that He is the true invisible hand of the free market. Alan Greenspan understands this. So did Milton Friedman. Freddy Hayek famously walked across Lake Geneva to slap a dead fish out of a beggar’s hand to prove it. And that any regulation of the free market is sacrilege. Oh, and that Ayn Rand was not really an atheist but a true believer who has been misunderstood especially by herself.
So nice try there, media. But contrary to this false narrative you’re trying to create from what people are actually saying, Paul is Dead Right. I still don’t buy that the Walrus was Paul or Lady Madonna was struggling to make ends meet.
*editor’s note: I left that edit in to show that it IS a really easy mistake to make, especially when Romney and Ryan appear together in a sentence and/or on a stage
†editor’s note: Or even writing about Ryan as compared to Romney
‡editor’s note: Not sure if this is really a mistake or not