Skip to comments.Brace Yourself For The Paul Ryan Smears
Posted on 08/16/2012 11:15:13 AM PDT by reformedcrat
I was cleaning out the Ryan family refrigerator and freezer. I looked into the back of the freezer and there was this round thing covered with newspaper. Slowly I pulled back the newspaper and it was a frozen head! With a scary expression on its face! As far as I knew I was alone in the kitchen but I turned around and Paul Ryan was standing there, sharpening a butcher knife, looking at me like he was possessed!
(Cue the music from The Shining)
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I saw Ryan’s picture in a piece of toast. Scared me out of my wits!
I think it would be way cool to have Paul Ryan lead a P90X class on a saturday morning or something
It would be 24/7 for at least a whole news cycle
Then joke that Joe Biden should try it
The problem for the smear machine is that Paul Ryan is articulate and knows how to spell potato.
That is why the GOP and Sarah are dumping on Biden as a pre-emptive strike
Leave Patriot Ryan alone...Go after the jerk liberal Romney.
I’ve noticed the LSM quit showing Ryan on TV Monday: he’s just too goodlooking, boy scout sharp guy, appealingt, completely antithetical to zero.
Gotta love those mom jeans compared with Paul’s super cool Gander Mt. get up.
Love the rear bumper on that bike. God, if this boob is re-elected then I think we all know what that means.
The steel worker who lost his wife to cancer because Romney shut down his plant has been discredited. For some reason, I never saw that one running in our area of Florida.
Does anyone know about the other two?
What were the circumstances surrounding their closure?
Some guy in the current one says he was ordered to build a 30 foot high podium which was used by Bain Capital to announce the plant closure and Romney made 100 million dollars off the closure.
"I looked to my left and to my right at my co-workers as we had all just lost our jobs and then looked at the podium. Building that podium was like building my coffin."
The ads never mention the people's names or the name of the company or its location.