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August 14, 2012

Shaking in Their Tingling Two-Shoes


Admit It, I Scare The Ever-Loving Shit Out Of You, Don't I? by Paul Ryan It’s okay to admit it. You’re frightened to death of me.
It might actually be healthy for you to face your fears now rather than later, when Mitt and I are leading by a few points in the polls and it looks like this thing might end badly for you. Face it: I’m not some catastrophe waiting to happen, like a Sarah Palin or a Dan Quayle. On the contrary, you have the exact opposite fear. I’m a solid, competent, some might say exceptional, politician. Did you get nervous when you read that last sentence? Is it because you know in your heart of hearts that it’s 100 percent true? Is it because, even if you strongly disagree with my beliefs on Medicare, Social Security, women’s rights, and marriage equality, you know my talent as a speaker and my well-thought-out approach to these issues—no matter how radical and convoluted you find them—might just be enough to win over independent voters?

Posted by gerardvanderleun at August 14, 2012 12:32 PM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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