Today's Father's Day, a holiday, of sorts, pretty much invented by Hallmark, anything to sell a card, you know? My Dad died a bit over 12 years ago from lung cancer. Between the experimental chemo and the radiation treatments it was not a good year, so, rather than wonder down that maudlin path, I thought I'd talk about Paul Ryan instead. You know who I'm talking about? He's in politics? Kind of, sort of, runs the House of Representatives... sometimes? Well, Paul gave an interview today
where he actually said he's supporting Trump because the people voted for him. Take a deep breath and read that last sentence again. He is not supporting him because he'd make a great President, nor because he is a fair and open minded individual. Paul didn't say he was supporting Trump because he'd even be a good President. Nope. He didn't highlight any of Trump's qualifications which set him above the rest, not at all. Instead, Paul dumped this whole thing into the laps of the people. They were the ones who voted for Trump. One can only wonder if the Republicans had actually put some thought into their primary process and voted for...oh, say Daffy Duck, would Paul support him as well? I mean, if Daffy Duck had won the hearts of a majority of the Republican voters would Paul be right behind them. Would he actually say, "I'm supporting Daffy" because they voted for him? Hhhmmm me thinks not.
Anyway, Paul looks good shirtless. Funny thing, it seems as though more people Google 'Paul Ryan Shirtless,' then they do 'Paul Ryan budget,' or Paul Ryan politics, or... well just about anything else to do with Paul Ryan.
Maybe, if Paul really wants people to get behind Donald Trump, he should take more shirtless pictures. Maybe even holding up a Donald Trump bumper sticker, or maybe a copy of Donald's book. Come on, Paul, don't you know anything about subliminal messaging? If you want us to get behind you, and support Donald the same way you do, well, you're going to have to show us a little more skin.
not bad, not bad...but a moron rethuglican nevertheless. worthless tool.ReplyDelete
In the right hands, no tool is... worthlessDelete
It supports what I have been saying for some time. The GOP don't care about what is good for the country, they only care about being in power.ReplyDelete
Yepper, as long as that Republican in the White House is not named Trump.Delete
I'd vote for Daffy. Daisy would be the fist lady, Bugs the VP, Elmer Fudd could be Sec of Defense, Scrooge McDuck could head the Fed Reserve...ReplyDelete
Now that's a Republican Party I could vote for.Delete