The Pardu

The Pardu
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Saturday, March 15, 2014

The Daily GOP Ignominious: Paul Ryan Evokes "An Inner City Culture!"

"Inner city culture" 
March 2014. 
Paul Ryan while schmoozing with Bill Bennett and evoking a renowned and documented racist, Charles Murray. 

"Urban voters"
“The surprise was some of the turnout, some of the turnout especially in urban areas, which gave President Obama the big margin to win this race.” 
Paul Ryan attempted to rationalize the 2012 election loss.

"Minorities love ObamaCare." 


"We are part of an Anglo-Saxon heritage, and he feels that the special relationship is special. The White House didn't fully appreciate the shared history we have." 

Romney Campaign voter Outreach Menu
With a major and obvious omission

I just ran you through a galley of Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan comments, political reality and a screenshot of their campaign web site front-page. The gallery serves a purpose. The gallery is manifestation of deep rooted GOP/conservative belief systems and social deprivation. I suggest the comments (above) and web site political reality saturates throughout the Republican party.

If you have been any place near a radio, television or billboard over the past week, you know Paul Ryan showed his social mantle. He spoke from his inner core and revealed himself as an extreme bigot, and I suspect a closeted racist.  He certainly reaffirmed his "butt-sucking" "strategic schmoozing for political favor" acumen in interacting with the GOP pillar: Bill Bennett. And, he validated why the nation is fortunate is is not vice president.

Ryan's ignominious!

MELISSA HARRIS-PERRY, 3/15/14, 11:27 AM ET (Hosted by Jonathan Capeheart)
A letter to Paul Ryan about inner-city issues, and what’s to blame

Jonathan Capeheart effectively gave his perspective on Ryan's during his schmoozing session with Bill Bennett. (Our perspective published on March 13th, 2014.) Despite Ryan's use of the word "inarticulate" to cover his continuing character flaws and fleeting values, I posit he was factually very deliberate and articulate in expressing his mindset and associated views. Views that are as dangerous as it gets is one considers Ryan's affinity for certain Ayn Rand writings and the writings of Charles Murray.

Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan would have served respectivelas US President and as Vice-President if the 2012 General Election had gone to the Republican Party.  Each candidate would have assumed top level Executive Branch leadership positions while respectively imbued with social deficiencies and paradigms deeply rooted in elitism, socio/economic and race-based class distinctions. 

Each man also lives in an alternate reality

Now, for a quick look and read related to the fallacy of GOP beliefs systems and governance.

Romney has commented that one of his sons looked at him as election came-in and said, "I cannot believe you are not winning." 

The Romney/Ryan campaign website looked like this during the early morning hours after the election loss. The site momentarily went live!

The New York Times November 8, 2012


Election night concession speech (that wasn't written until early results from Virginia and neighboring states). 

Excerpt and comment from The Pardu

I want to thank Paul Ryan for all that he has done for our campaign and for our country. Besides my wife, Ann, Paul is the best choice I've ever made. And I trust that his intellect and his hard work and his commitment to principle will continue to contribute to the good of our nation. 

(Paul Ryan's intellect is soiled by republican paradigms and social deficiencies that led to his comments on affinity for Charles Murray.  He is an elected charlatan who wields his budget recommendation with the same level of Machiavellian elitism endemic to his party.)

I also want to thank Ann, the love of my life. She would have been a wonderful first lady. She’s, she has been that and more to me and to our family and to the many people that she has touched with her compassion and her care.

(Maybe. But, a bit of "see what you lose, now yo are stuck with Michelle Obama. Of course, not stated but that is how I perceived the remarks.) 

I want to thank Matt Rhoades and the dedicated campaign team he led. They have made an extraordinary effort not just for me, but also for the country that we love.

(The campaign was comical, stumbling, inappropriate and overflowing with lessons for future campaigns. Since, I believe Romney will re-appear to run for the 2016 nomination, maybe he will dispense of certain of his former  team. John Sunnunu should be his first non-return.)

I believe in America. I believe in the people of America.  And I ran for office because I'm concerned about America. This election is over, but our principles endure. I believe that the principles upon which this nation was founded are the only sure guide to a resurgent economy and to renewed greatness.

(Principles rejected by a landslide loss in 2012.  Principles that manifest with each continuing stumble form Ryan and principles that still exist in trickle-down economics.  I will avoid expending time on Romney and Ryan's pathological penchant for dishonesty and lying for affect. The principles he referenced that evening are principles the nation truly should avoid.) 

Like so many of you, Paul and I have left everything on the field. We have given our all to this campaign. 

(No worries, Paul Ryan is continuing to show why many are happy Romney lost the 2012 election).

I so wish — I so wish that I had been able to fulfill your hopes to lead the country in a different direction, but the nation chose another leader. And so Ann and I join with you to earnestly pray for him and for this great nation.

(No comment! He was speaking to a specific GOP audience and to people who showed up for the defeat.)

Actually, Mitt Romney and Ryan continue to show the inner core of the GOP. While Ryan focused on "Inner city men," we must assume he ignores inner city women for a reason. Does he believe inner city women are not holders of jobs or potential workers? Or, is he simply exhibiting that growing GOP paradigm regarding women?


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