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2012-11-13 08:47:46 AM
How about a Paul Ryan dunk tank?
 
2012-11-13 09:44:15 AM
American spoke and rejected Ryan's budget. He can shutup now.
 
2012-11-13 09:44:22 AM
Ryan's just mad that even the Romney campaign disavowed Ryan's idiotic suggestions.
 
2012-11-13 09:45:53 AM
Republicans should keep acting like smarmy douchebags when they are not asking for the real birfcertifcate or wailing about the benghazi conspiracy theory. this is a can't miss.
 
2012-11-13 09:47:19 AM
Paul who?
 
2012-11-13 09:47:33 AM
I'd call him a Paultard, but that gamer tag was already taken.

Pualtard?

Anyway, Paul Ryan: STFU, you are teh dum.
 
2012-11-13 09:49:05 AM
Ryan's plan for privatizing social security was the beginning of the end for Bush.
Ryan's plan for the federal budget was one of the nails in Romney's coffin.
Why do the Republicans continue to give this guy a soapbox to stand on and a megaphone to speak through?
Paul Ryan is the Ted McGinley of politics.
 
2012-11-13 09:50:44 AM
25.media.tumblr.com 

Life...don't talk to me about life...
 
2012-11-13 09:50:57 AM

Muta: Ryan's plan for privatizing social security was the beginning of the end for Bush.
Ryan's plan for the federal budget was one of the nails in Romney's coffin.
Why do the Republicans continue to give this guy a soapbox to stand on and a megaphone to speak through?
Paul Ryan is the Ted McGinley of politics.


Yeah, but Married... With Children last awhile with him as Jefferson.
 
2012-11-13 09:51:26 AM
FTFA: "We haven't seen any leadership from the President on that yet," Ryan continued. "I think because the president got re-elected, I think it is in his interest to offer some ideas, to put specific plans on the table."

Maybe if Romney and Ryan had offered a specific plan for anything they might have been elected.
 
2012-11-13 09:51:56 AM
Ideas for Paul Ryan

1. Sit.
2. Spin.


Repeat as needed.
 
2012-11-13 09:53:50 AM
You lost the election, and I know this is crazy, fall on your sword... maybe.
 
2012-11-13 09:54:45 AM
The GOP's new Great White Dope...
 
2012-11-13 09:54:50 AM

Turfshoe: FTFA: "We haven't seen any leadership from the President on that yet," Ryan continued. "I think because the president got re-elected, I think it is in his interest to offer some ideas, to put specific plans on the table."

Maybe if Romney and Ryan had offered a specific plan for anything they might have been elected.


Their plan was bipartisanship.
 
2012-11-13 09:55:00 AM

Muta: Ryan's plan for privatizing social security was the beginning of the end for Bush.
Ryan's plan for the federal budget was one of the nails in Romney's coffin.
Why do the Republicans continue to give this guy a soapbox to stand on and a megaphone to speak through?
Paul Ryan is the Ted McGinley of politics.


I think of him more as the Plantar Wart of politics. Something that came out of nowhere, causes serious discomfort, and should be removed for the health of the overall body.
 
2012-11-13 09:58:46 AM

sprawl15: Turfshoe: FTFA: "We haven't seen any leadership from the President on that yet," Ryan continued. "I think because the president got re-elected, I think it is in his interest to offer some ideas, to put specific plans on the table."

Maybe if Romney and Ryan had offered a specific plan for anything they might have been elected.

Their plan was bipartisanship.


If serious, I wonder if "bipartisanship" is supposed to mean " threaten to hold the country hostage with partisan filibustering and obstruction again if the other guy wins"?
 
2012-11-13 10:00:19 AM

Muta: Ryan's plan for privatizing social security was the beginning of the end for Bush.
Ryan's plan for the federal budget was one of the nails in Romney's coffin.
Why do the Republicans continue to give this guy a soapbox to stand on and a megaphone to speak through?
Paul Ryan is the Ted McGinley of politics.


Any time there is a reference to Ted it's a win.

+11
 
2012-11-13 10:01:22 AM

lordjupiter: If serious


They should invent a tool that you could use to determine the veracity of statements online.

lordjupiter: I wonder if "bipartisanship" is supposed to mean " threaten to hold the country hostage with partisan filibustering and obstruction again if the other guy wins"?


No, it meant both sides working together.
 
2012-11-13 10:02:21 AM

Muta: Ryan's plan for privatizing social security was the beginning of the end for Bush.


So that was his idea? I remember that.

Linking Social Security to the whims of the stock market was a bad idea then, and it's a bad idea now...

/ same goes for privatizing Medicare, IMHO...
 
2012-11-13 10:04:42 AM

lordjupiter: If serious, I wonder if "bipartisanship" is supposed to mean " threaten to hold the country hostage with partisan filibustering and obstruction again if the other guy wins"?


oi45.tinypic.com 
 
2012-11-13 10:07:17 AM

sprawl15: lordjupiter: I wonder if "bipartisanship" is supposed to mean " threaten to hold the country hostage with partisan filibustering and obstruction again if the other guy wins"?

No, it meant both sides working together.


So... no plan, then?
 
2012-11-13 10:08:06 AM

sprawl15: No, it meant both sides working together.


So they 'say'.
 
2012-11-13 10:09:05 AM
Shut up Paul Ryan, you cock!
 
2012-11-13 10:10:42 AM

sprawl15: lordjupiter: If serious

They should invent a tool that you could use to determine the veracity of statements online.

lordjupiter: I wonder if "bipartisanship" is supposed to mean " threaten to hold the country hostage with partisan filibustering and obstruction again if the other guy wins"?

No, it meant both sides working together.


..to enact Republican policies.
 
2012-11-13 10:10:46 AM

neenerist: sprawl15: No, it meant both sides working together.

So they 'say'.


It works as long as you assume Romney is a prophetic godsend who will cleanse the liberal taint from Congress with his blinding radiance. Then they'd focus on working together, presumably on tax cuts.
 
2012-11-13 10:15:52 AM

Philip Francis Queeg: ..to enact Republican policies.


You get joke!

Поздравляю!
 
2012-11-13 10:16:38 AM

lordjupiter: [25.media.tumblr.com image 500x287] 

Life...don't talk to me about life...


I have a present for everyone:

i.imgur.com
 
2012-11-13 10:16:45 AM
Mr. Can't even carry his own state. Mr. Rejected by his home area of Janesville. Mr. only ever passed 2 bills in 10 years. Mr. never had a real job needs ideas. The only reason that he won his seat back was that they gerrymandered his district way over to Waukesha to include some of the richie riches there that want tax cuts to help him out..
 
2012-11-13 10:17:31 AM
Sore loserman
 
2012-11-13 10:21:57 AM
So far, Paul Ryan has offered two ideas: (1) "How about the Ryan Plan?", (2) "How about me for Vice President under Mittens?"

The country voted "no" on both.
 
2012-11-13 10:26:30 AM

Muta: Ryan's plan for privatizing social security was the beginning of the end for Bush.
Ryan's plan for the federal budget was one of the nails in Romney's coffin.
Why do the Republicans continue to give this guy a soapbox to stand on and a megaphone to speak through?
Paul Ryan is the Ted McGinley of politics.


Lack of any better ideas...
 
2012-11-13 10:29:57 AM
How about we have the president of the Senate come down and kick you ass in the well of the house, boyo?

Sheeet - How dafuq will the conference process work with Big bad Joe constantly dick-punching the chairman of the House if Paul Ryan gets appointed thusly ?? 

Or how about this : Making the house own the deal it dictated in the summer of hate, and then asking the american people to tell their house members what's an important program to 'save' from the madness?

Because, Boyo, you know what I'd do if I had the power to make it happen?

1. I'd allow all taxes to go back to their Clinton-era levels.

2. I'd make 2 new, extra marginal rates at $500,000 (42%) and $1,000,000 (45%)

3. I'd remove the caps on payroll taxes

4. I'd cut the DOD by 25% and raise the pay of servicemen and women by 25%

5. I'd engorge NASA and the Departments of Energy and Education with massive research-only dollars to increase our edge in the global research game.

6. I'd put 25 million into the reform of the patent system, wading through existing software patents between 1980 and 2009, and I'd throw out anything that was "too general", composing a standard method of adjudication calling on leaders in the industrial and intellectual and academic worlds

7. I'd hire 500 new IRS agents. Half of them would exclusively do overseas income (like the CIA for american tax dodges and exiles) and Half of them would make recommendations on loophole closures with public reports due every six weeks. (yep, Let's have a national discussion about loopholes). I figure these guys could pay for themselves in 5 years easily.

8. I'd hire 500 new Agents at ICE to process immigration paperwork alone. Half of them would be applied to existing backlog, others would be sent overseas to work on clearing new paperwork cases.

9. I'd abolish the TSA and airline 'security' completely, and spend the money on sky marshals instead.

How about that, Boyo ?
 
2012-11-13 10:32:12 AM

Muta: Ryan's plan for privatizing social security was the beginning of the end for Bush.
Ryan's plan for the federal budget was one of the nails in Romney's coffin.
Why do the Republicans continue to give this guy a soapbox to stand on and a megaphone to speak through?
Paul Ryan is the Ted McGinley of politics.


This is a good article on why. Short version: Gingrich cleared out all of the old GOP policy wonks from Congress. When Ryan claimed he was a genius there was nobody around smart enough to know if it was true so they just believed him.
 
2012-11-13 10:33:02 AM
Don't laugh, this is the best they have to offer and yet they still kept control of the House. Their brand of stupidity must be appealing to some people.
 
2012-11-13 10:34:17 AM

Klom Dark: I'd call him a Paultard, but that gamer tag was already taken.


Yeah, that name is already reserved for Ron Paul drones enthusiasts.
 
2012-11-13 10:36:20 AM

keylock71: The GOP's new Great White Dope...


The one part the Führer, one part the Pope
It's the inevitable return of the Great White Dope
 
2012-11-13 10:39:23 AM

Magruda: Don't laugh, this is the best they have to offer and yet they still kept control of the House. Their brand of stupidity must be appealing to some people.


They gerrymandered control of the House. Their brand of stupidity is appealing to a minority of voters, but you can rig it so that minority is represented by a majority of House representatives, if you are sufficiently despicable.

/political rigging appears to be the only form of math republicans don't have a problem with
 
2012-11-13 10:53:25 AM

clkeagle: lordjupiter: If serious, I wonder if "bipartisanship" is supposed to mean " threaten to hold the country hostage with partisan filibustering and obstruction again if the other guy wins"?

[oi45.tinypic.com image 425x272]


The Republican eagle is still holding an olive branch when it should have two sets of arrows. Clearly a squishy RINO.
 
2012-11-13 10:54:30 AM
Fark Paul Ryan.
 
2012-11-13 10:56:46 AM

odinsposse: This is a good article on why.


A very good read. Thanks!
 
2012-11-13 10:56:55 AM

rubi_con_man: How about we have the president of the Senate come down and kick you ass in the well of the house, boyo?

Sheeet - How dafuq will the conference process work with Big bad Joe constantly dick-punching the chairman of the House if Paul Ryan gets appointed thusly ?? 

Or how about this : Making the house own the deal it dictated in the summer of hate, and then asking the american people to tell their house members what's an important program to 'save' from the madness?

Because, Boyo, you know what I'd do if I had the power to make it happen?

1. I'd allow all taxes to go back to their Clinton-era levels.

2. I'd make 2 new, extra marginal rates at $500,000 (42%) and $1,000,000 (45%)

3. I'd remove the caps on payroll taxes

4. I'd cut the DOD by 25% and raise the pay of servicemen and women by 25%

5. I'd engorge NASA and the Departments of Energy and Education with massive research-only dollars to increase our edge in the global research game.

6. I'd put 25 million into the reform of the patent system, wading through existing software patents between 1980 and 2009, and I'd throw out anything that was "too general", composing a standard method of adjudication calling on leaders in the industrial and intellectual and academic worlds

7. I'd hire 500 new IRS agents. Half of them would exclusively do overseas income (like the CIA for american tax dodges and exiles) and Half of them would make recommendations on loophole closures with public reports due every six weeks. (yep, Let's have a national discussion about loopholes). I figure these guys could pay for themselves in 5 years easily.

8. I'd hire 500 new Agents at ICE to process immigration paperwork alone. Half of them would be applied to existing backlog, others would be sent overseas to work on clearing new paperwork cases.

9. I'd abolish the TSA and airline 'security' completely, and spend the money on sky marshals instead.

How about that, Boyo ?


Now this is a plan. You may or may not agree with it but it's very straight forward. Does Obama have a similar plan? 5-10 points would be great. If he has already released something similar I have not seen it.
 
2012-11-13 10:58:26 AM

LouDobbsAwaaaay: Their brand of stupidity is appealing to a minority of voters, but you can rig it so that minority is represented by a majority of House representatives, if you are sufficiently despicable.


I propose we call this, "Stupidity Shrugged" in honor of Ryan.
 
2012-11-13 11:03:43 AM
Paul Ryan - voted biggest brown noser in high school.


if Rmoney had been elected, Paul could have shown off his talent.
 
2012-11-13 11:05:47 AM

Magruda: LouDobbsAwaaaay: Their brand of stupidity is appealing to a minority of voters, but you can rig it so that minority is represented by a majority of House representatives, if you are sufficiently despicable.

I propose we call this, "Stupidity Shrugged" in honor of Ryan.


or "Atlas Farted"
 
2012-11-13 11:06:39 AM

Muta: American spoke and rejected Ryan's budget. He can shutup now.


I have to think we could create a few jobs by building a rocket, putting Ryan into it and shooting it off into the sun. At least put a few people displaced by NASA budget cuts back into work.
 
2012-11-13 11:07:49 AM

Klom Dark: I'd call him a Paultard, but that gamer tag was already taken.

Pualtard?

Anyway, Paul Ryan: STFU, you are teh dum.


How about a Rytard?
 
2012-11-13 11:08:44 AM

Irregardless: Now this is a plan. You may or may not agree with it but it's very straight forward. Does Obama have a similar plan? 5-10 points would be great. If he has already released something similar I have not seen it.


Link
 
2012-11-13 11:10:08 AM
I'd sure hit Mrs. Ryan (who's actually a demoncrat) just because her man is such a goofy dork-phony.

But Paulsy better be looking at his backside given recent voting trends in his congo district and for cheeseheadland in general.

Not the intellect everyone thinks. Miami of Ohio, pleaseeeee!!!
 
2012-11-13 11:12:01 AM

rubi_con_man: How about we have the president of the Senate come down and kick you ass in the well of the house, boyo?

Sheeet - How dafuq will the conference process work with Big bad Joe constantly dick-punching the chairman of the House if Paul Ryan gets appointed thusly ?? 

Or how about this : Making the house own the deal it dictated in the summer of hate, and then asking the american people to tell their house members what's an important program to 'save' from the madness?

Because, Boyo, you know what I'd do if I had the power to make it happen?

1. I'd allow all taxes to go back to their Clinton-era levels.

2. I'd make 2 new, extra marginal rates at $500,000 (42%) and $1,000,000 (45%)

3. I'd remove the caps on payroll taxes

4. I'd cut the DOD by 25% and raise the pay of servicemen and women by 25%

5. I'd engorge NASA and the Departments of Energy and Education with massive research-only dollars to increase our edge in the global research game.

6. I'd put 25 million into the reform of the patent system, wading through existing software patents between 1980 and 2009, and I'd throw out anything that was "too general", composing a standard method of adjudication calling on leaders in the industrial and intellectual and academic worlds

7. I'd hire 500 new IRS agents. Half of them would exclusively do overseas income (like the CIA for american tax dodges and exiles) and Half of them would make recommendations on loophole closures with public reports due every six weeks. (yep, Let's have a national discussion about loopholes). I figure these guys could pay for themselves in 5 years easily.

8. I'd hire 500 new Agents at ICE to process immigration paperwork alone. Half of them would be applied to existing backlog, others would be sent overseas to work on clearing new paperwork cases.

9. I'd abolish the TSA and airline 'security' completely, and spend the money on sky marshals instead.

How about that, Boyo ?


Your newsletter, subscribe I would.
 
2012-11-13 11:15:46 AM

rubi_con_man: 1. I'd allow all taxes to go back to their Clinton-era levels.

2. I'd make 2 new, extra marginal rates at $500,000 (42%) and $1,000,000 (45%)

3. I'd remove the caps on payroll taxes

4. I'd cut the DOD by 25% and raise the pay of servicemen and women by 25%

5. I'd engorge NASA and the Departments of Energy and Education with massive research-only dollars to increase our edge in the global research game.

6. I'd put 25 million into the reform of the patent system, wading through existing software patents between 1980 and 2009, and I'd throw out anything that was "too general", composing a standard method of adjudication calling on leaders in the industrial and intellectual and academic worlds

7. I'd hire 500 new IRS agents. Half of them would exclusively do overseas income (like the CIA for american tax dodges and exiles) and Half of them would make recommendations on loophole closures with public reports due every six weeks. (yep, Let's have a national discussion about loopholes). I figure these guys could pay for themselves in 5 years easily.

8. I'd hire 500 new Agents at ICE to process immigration paperwork alone. Half of them would be applied to existing backlog, others would be sent overseas to work on clearing new paperwork cases.

9. I'd abolish the TSA and airline 'security' completely, and spend the money on sky marshals instead.


Your ideas are intriguing to me and I wish to subscribe to your newsletter. Incidentally, what would you cut from the DoD budget (I'm assuming we're just gonna get the whole Afghanistan thing cleared up as quick as we can and that's not part of your cuts)?
 
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