The Pardu

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Friday, March 21, 2014

Paul Ryan Confronted By Constituent!

On March 12th, 2014, Crooks & Liars and every media other than Fox News an AM talk radio reported on a Paul Ryan conversation on the Bill Bennett Morning America radio show.

Before we link the Ryan/Bennett entertainment for American conservatives, we should state Ryan's staff came back the next day with: "I was inarticulate." It took his team the entire evening and well into the night to come-up with a lie as weak as it gets. Ryan was very articulate and detailed in his comments. His 24 hours later attempt to clean-up his racist slime reminds of Rick Santorum's "BLAH People." 

Ryan and Bennett, Linked here.

If you listened to the audio, you distinctly heard something that Ryan cannot now wash-off as "Inarticulate." He cannot disavow his coded intent and he now stands  looking like a conniving bigot caught-up in reverberating "dog whistle."  


Ryan did exactly what classic butt-suckers "derriere vacuums" do, as they attempt to schmooze up to people they hold in higher esteem. He connects Bennett to white nationals/racist Charles Murray via the common "good ol boy" vernacular: "Your buddy... Charles Murray."  

Two quick points. If you have ever worked in Corporate America, you have heard the vernacular "your buddy" many times.  It is a common "I'M OK; You're OK" like colloquialism which once used paves the way for communication that follows. Yes, you know my point. Another point of far more importance; Ryan clearly linked Bennett with the racist Murray. Now, one has to wonder in what settings have Ryan come to know Bennett and Murray as "buds?" 


Now, fast-forward to this week and a Wisconsin town-hall meeting. Ryan was confronted by a constituent, who lay a fair set of criticism on the eight term Republican Congressman, and GOP Budget Guru.  

Demo News 
Excerpt

Alfonso Gardner, a 61-year-old African-American man from Racine, Wisconsin, didn’t mince words at a townhall meeting, telling Paul Ryan that, “You said what you meant,” Alfonso Gardner, a 61-year-old African American man from Racine, told Ryan at a town hall meeting. “[Inner city is] a code word for black.”
Although visibly flustered, Ryan remained defiant, “There is nothing whatsoever about race in my comments at all,” he said. He admonished Gardner for drawing a connection between his “inner city” remarks and race. “I think when we throw these charges around, it should be based on something.”
 http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/.....

We find Ryan's retort to the confrontation by Gardner typical of GOP back boneless in avoiding willingness to stand tall and defend their frequent cognitive constipation accompanied by verbal diarrhea.

Why did I keyboard Mr. Gardner did a "fair job "of confronting Ryan? I totally admire his confronting the would be social engineering "doctor." If Gardner had connected his frontal assault while equipped with Charles Murray and Ryan's mention of the racist, Ryan would have been much harder pressed to wiggle out via accusing Gardner of leveling charges.

Regardless of Ryan's dodging arrows with weak retorts, he factually uses his soiled and bigoted paradigm to whittle away at programs and services the nation's poor need to sustain life.

Ryan is your typical GOP millionaire. He has no serious strife in his life, he has no worries. In fact, I doubt very seriously if his life involves any interaction with people of color nor the nation's poor.

Let's close with a tribute to Ryan and his GOP with Rick Santorum at the microphone

All great performance deserves an encore. 

Two final points about he tribute to Paul Ryan, How did you like O'Reilly's background contributions to Santorum's tribute?  Also, how often do we have a performance that leaves an indelible mark on US History: "BLAH People."

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