By contributing author, E. Henry Schoenberger
Now is the time to dump Ryan. The Ayn Rand devotee has learned nothing from his experience as a VP hopeful, a believer in 2 kinds of rape who has been set up by the Koch Bros (sounds like a cough medicine) to torpedo the middle class.
The Teapublican creationist intellectual of the House, budget chairman, has no self-awareness that his persistent brain farts smell worse than 150 million year old Jurassic Brontosaurus flatulence. Of course, if he could, Ryan would carve his gas in stone and place it on his mantel as a reminder of his brilliance and tribute to his lack of concern for his fellow Americans.
What’s up with this? This is a creationist depiction of mankind leading a small herd of domestic animals 5,000 years ago shortly after god finished with his work. This accurate creationist representation came directly from the Creation Museum, just across the river from Cincinnati in Kentucky, of all places. So Boehner and McConnell can be equally proud.
(Maybe Bachmann will next equate the ism in creation with the ism in comun? Then she will be on the right track on who to get rid of in the House – because it’s full of the creation kind of ism, and this is a fact!)
Why can’t the media just superimpose a picture of Alfred E. Newman, famous Mad cover boy, and let the vacuous verbal behavior from Ryan seemingly come out of the mouth of the “What Me Worry” poster boy of “bat crap crazy” (re. Lawrence O’Donnell).
“Most people are so lazy, they don’t even exercise good judgement!” “How come we choose from just two people for President, and fifty for Miss America?”
Do you think Alfred E. could influence people to take Ryan as seriously as he takes himself?
So now there is another Ryan budget for Teapublicans to vote for, but as someone once said:
You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.
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