Monday, January 24, 2011

Meet Your Next Hitler: Paul Ryan !

With the left-wing hate machine now rolling with a mind of its own, blasting away at anything that moves like a drunken turret gunner, Paul Ryan had best invest in a rhetoric-proof vest.

When Sarah Palin came on the scene with her speech at the Republican convention - a brilliant speech, plainly spoken and charming - the hate machine was confused for a moment, like a remote-control car getting static thru the antenna.

And then it did what it does best: Went full-throttle into "hate at high speed" mode, smearing Ms. Palin with every slur imaginable, logic and truth be damned, in the hope that some of it would stick.

Some of it did, but as the machine is still blasting away in her general direction, one has to feel the drunken gunner still lives in fear of the shadows she casts...

And what, pray tell, does this have to do with Rep. Paul Ryan's upcoming State of the Union response? Well, he's going to come across as a youngish, non-threatening, likable gentleman who has a handle on facts and figures, and a plan on how to use them to take the nation in a positive direction.

So he must be destroyed. Palinized. Or at the very least, Hitlerized.

It has begun:

Brace for a "dark" vision of America when Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) delivers the GOP response to the State of the Union, a Democratic colleague of Ryan's on President Obama's fiscal commission warned Monday.

Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-Ill.), a member of the bipartisan, 18-member commission, said her experience with Ryan over the past year made her worry about his response to the president on Tuesday night.

"I served with Rep. Ryan on the 18 member Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform, and learned firsthand from the personally congenial Ryan just how dark his vision of America's future is for all but the super-rich," Schakowsky wrote in a blog for the
Huffington Post.

"A dark vision" - you know, just like Hitler had for Europe, or Sauron had for Middle Earth, or Lucifer has for the entire universe. You know, if she was being "civil", she could have just explained to us - in nuts and bolts fashion - what her difference of opinion with Ryan was based on. But you won't find that at the HuffPo...

This is only the beginning. Bobby Jindal escaped it, because he delivered a miserable rebuttal. Ryan won't make that mistake, and by Wednesday evening, after the media realize that they're the only ones left wet and tingling by the Obama's SOTU speech, the blitzkrieg against Ryan will begin.
Let us hope the Republican party will not allow him to be Palinized by the Panzers of the Left...

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