Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Lazy Intercity Folks Hurt The Economy Says Paul Ryan!

Those urban cities are Democratic cesspools says Congressman Paul Ryan (R-Wisconsin).

The ghost of a washed up campaign continues to plague the Republican Party.

If one thing continues to plague the party, it is its inability to win over people of color. The party is majority WHITE. Like cocaine, 90% WHITE and 10% OTHER. A totally lame political party with no ideas or any policies to advance for the common good.

The Republicans had an opportunity to do a victory lap over in the gun crazy state of Florida with the election of David Jolly.

Bill "Abort Black Babies" Bennett.
Jolly, a political novice beat perennial loser Democrat Alex Sink in a nail biter in the congressional seat vacated by Bill Young.

Young died last year and Florida held a special election for the seat. Trey Radell, the former embattled politico in the state gave up after he was caught with blow. His vacated seat will be up this year and Dems hope this could be a sign after a few setbacks (i.e. Mark Sanford).

Republicans see blood in the water and they're hoping to retake the U.S. Senate.

The party is more enthusiastic about the elections.

But could the ghost of a failed election haunt them again?

Enter former vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan, Republican congressman from Wisconsin.

The guy who had a budget that the Democrats used as a weapon against his former running mate perennial loser Mitt Romney.

This guy is so incredibly stupid, it's almost amazing that he still gets attention.

Last week, he spoke at the Confederate Political Action Conference and told a "tall tale" of kid too embarrassed to have a free lunch. Turns out that the statement turned out to be not true.

The Los Angeles Times collects the context of his CPAC speech.

White nationalist Charles Murray.
Take "Obamacare."... We now know that this law will discourage millions of people from working. The left thinks this is a good thing. They say, hey, this is a new freedom -- the freedom not to work. I don't think the problem is too many people are working. I think the problem is, not enough people can find work.

And if people leave the workforce, our economy will shrink. There will be less opportunity, not more. The left is making a big mistake here. What they're offering people is a full stomach and an empty soul. The American people want more than that.

You know, this reminds me of a story I heard from Eloise Anderson. She serves in the Cabinet of my buddy, Gov. Scott Walker. She once met a young boy from a very poor family. And every day at school, he would get a free lunch from a government program. He told Eloise he didn't want a free lunch. He wanted his own lunch, one in a brown paper bag just like the other kids. He wanted one, he said, because he knew a kid with a brown paper bag had someone who cared for him.

This is what the left does not understand. We don't want people to leave the workforce. We want them to share their skills and their talents with the rest of us. People don't just want a life of comfort. They want a life of dignity. They want a life of self-determination. A life of equal outcomes is not nearly as enriching as a life of equal opportunity.

That turned out to be an embarrassing moment for the former veep nominee.

Even worse, after his disappointing results at the CPAC straw poll, the Janesville politico had some choice words for those intercity folks in those Democratic slums.

He discusses his grievance about the "big bad gubmint" on the Bill "If we abort all BLACK babies, then crime goes down" Bennett.

We have got this tailspin of culture, in our inner cities in particular, of men not working and just generations of men not even thinking about working or learning the value and the culture of work, and so there is a real culture problem here that has to be dealt with…you need to get involved, you need to get involved yourself, whether through a good mentor program or some religious charity, whatever it is to make a difference. And that’s how we resuscitate our culture.

Ironic, that a privileged lawmaker like Ryan could say such a thing. I mean here's an example of the divisive stuff you're getting from the "STUPID PARTY".
Ryan and his wife Janna in a soup kitchen in Youngstown, Ohio during the 2012 Presidential Campaign.
The Raw Story reported that Ryan's comments mirror a White nationalist.

Charles Murray is a known White nationalist who bases his pseudo-science to determine the intelligence of Blacks and Whites.

The Southern Poverty Law Center has a record of this individual.

Besides being a fellow at the libertarian American Enterprise Institute, Murray had wrote Coming Apart: The State of White America, 1960–2010, a book detailing how White America is dissolving and pits the blame squarely upon minorities (i.e. "us Black folk").

Murray wrote articles basing his analysis of the economic and moral decline of White Americans. Since the Civil Rights Act, he claims that White Americans losing the advantage of superiority.

Ryan should at least get credit for being naive on this.

He's known for doing things that are often based on naivety.

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