After a day of silence, Sarah Palin chimed in on Romney’s VP candidate, Paul Ryan.
Man was I relieved, I had no idea what decision to make without her one and a half cents worth. In her statement, she mentioned Mitt and Paul three times, but mentioned Obama over twenty. She went on to point out California, as all that is wrong with America; she is probably uninvited to California, which might prove there may be hope for the state, after all.
She blamed our debt and deficit on Obama even though both have been problems since long before his questionable birth. She, in fact, contradicted herself by pointing out just how long they’ve been problems and blaming them on him in the same sentence. Sara is a perfect example of what we don’t need. She is not a Republican, but rather an anti-Democrat. What we don’t need is an anti anything. Anti’s are the reasons why we have such a stalemate now.
Fight the fight and win or lose, but if you lose, revert to being an American and help push the bus, don’t lie in front of it. As near as I can tell, she is merely mad because Americans did not vote her in as prom queen.
Being the Vice President actually comes down to one crucial thing, what happens if the President dies? The VP candidate is as important as the presidential candidate. I have spent several hours researching Paul to begin the decision process about who to vote for. No matter what any of you think, you cannot vote for R&R simply because of the party they represent. This is another big problem with DC, partisan politics continues to place people in office who don’t belong there. With enough money, anyone can become the proverbial fox in the hen house and let’s face it America is one extremely big hen house.
Paul seems to be a good ole boy and I mean that in a good sense, not as in the entrenched corrupted good ole boy system of the past. He appears to have worked hard, then paid for and received an excellent education. He takes care of himself and his family and can hunt, fish and trap anything. He is an avid outdoorsman, who might at least give the environment a fighting chance, under a Romney administration, it might not have otherwise. Places like the Kitty Kat Club and CyberDatingToRuinAMarriage. Com do not come up when you google him. Hey and there is no question he never worked at Bain.
As the Chairman of the House Budget Committee, he had already introduced two budget proposals; the first was shot down like a fighter pilot from Sara Palin’s fictional communist country of California. The second was met with better enthusiasm, proving he can take a lickin and keep on tickin. If you are going to be a politician in DC, you better be ready for disappointment, after all we the people are used to it and are preparing for more of it.
I guess the key question is. How long will it take Washington and the political meat grinder to transform the all American boy into the rubber stamp thumping self important, self serving politician we all have come to know and loath?
It seems that the only way to have a snowballs chance in politics, in America, is to have a Lawyer in the woodpile. Paul covers this essential qualification also, his father having been one and his wife currently being one. I won’t hold that against him and please, no letters; it was simply a very slight and not so good lawyer joke. Right now the lawyers in his background are the only sign of skeletons in his closet, which ain’t too bad. Of course, it is the duty of the Democrats, as it would be the Republicans if the tables were turned, to find out if he had an affair with the babysitter’s, cousin’s, mother’s, illegal maid. Or to find out if he pulled the wings off of flies or painted innocent puppies with stolen lipstick when he was young, oh crap that was me. At the moment, Paul Ryan looks like a decent pick and has already been voted as prom king once, of course he was also voted biggest brown noser.
I’m still not too sure about his running mate, as I’m of the opinion that most in Washington do not truly represent us average Americans. Regardless of what Sarah thinks, it matters little who wins as far as the debt and deficit are concerned, both have and will continue to grow. Any person, who promises to stop them, is naive, a fool or simply lying. How can you tell a politician is lying? He is promising to balance the budget, decrease taxes or lessen the size of government.