Wednesday, August 15, 2012

"Youthful and Good Looking" Enough To Sway the Ladies?

The Wall Street Journal -- let's get serious -- picked Mr. Romney's running mate.

And now the WSJ editorialists are worried that the Obama campaign is going to publicize Paul Ryan's extensive legislative record on women's issues, thus off-setting Ryan's otherwise sterling attractiveness to (empty-headed, easily led-by-the-nose) women. He's "youthful and good looking," opines the WSJ, but is he "youthful and good looking" enough to overcome what his voting record actually sez about his attitudes toward women.Which those awful Chicago thugs and Kenyan socialists are busily researching:

1. Paul Ryan voted against the Lily Ledbetter Fair Pay Act.

2. Paul Ryan would outlaw all abortion, even in cases of rape and incest.

3. Paul Ryan really despises Planned Parenthood.

4. Paul Ryan is on the record as wanting to outlaw some forms of birth control.

5. Paul Ryan would outlaw in vitro fertilization.

Been watching Facebook reactions to the WSJ's suggestion that women are pure suckers for "good looking" ultra-conservatives and am sharing a couple here:
Funny that. The only people I know who find Ryan attractive are white Republican males.

He's not hot at all. He's creepy. His eyes are cold and dead, reflecting only the absolute absence of empathy.


Anonymous said...

"Whatever his reputation in Georgetown, Ryan's more-than-13-year record proves he is no legislative great. No one in America has yet lived under Ryan's radical proposals for rewriting the social contract in America, because in seven different Congresses, in Houses run by Democrats and by Republicans, and under three different presidents, not one of his big ideas has gathered enough support to become law.

Ryan's first successful piece of legislation was a bill "To designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 1818 Milton Avenue in Janesville, Wisconsin, as the 'Les Aspin Post Office Building.'" It became a law in 2000.

Since then, he has been the sponsor of only one other bill that has become a public law of the United States, according to records kept by the Library of Congress -- a measure introduced in 2004 "To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to modify the taxation of arrow components." (That one's a bit of a self-interested move on his part, as Ryan is enjoys bow hunting.)

That's it. No other piece of legislation sponsored by Ryan has been able to win the support of both houses of Congress and a president during his 13-and-a-half years in office." Washington Post

Anonymous said...

Yes, indeed, he's creepy and his eyes are cold and hard.

'Just like the Clintonistas, the Bushites, and Obamanation.