Paul Ryan has listened to what many people call halfwit Sarah Palin and has gone rogue.
“I hate to say this, but if Ryan wants to run for national office again, he’ll probably have to wash the stench of Romney off of him,” Craig Robinson, a former political director of the Republican Party of Iowa, told The New York Times on Sunday.
Ryan had already decided to distance himself from the floundering Romney campaign, he now feels totally uninhibited. Reportedly, he has been marching around his campaign bus, saying things like, “If Stench calls, take a message” and “Tell Stench I’m having finger sandwiches with Peggy Noonan and will text him later.”
Last week a secret video of Mitt Romney insulting about half of the American population was leaked to Mother Jones. The Republican was filmed telling multimillionaire donors at a fundraiser dinner in FL that he did not need to worry about 47% of the U.S. who believe they are economic victims and demand welfare handouts.
Even before the Craig Robinson stench article was printed, there was a strong sign that Ryan was freeing himself from the grips of the Romney campaign.
It began after he bombed at his appearance on Friday before AARP in New Orleans. Ryan delivered his remarks in the style dictated by his Romney handlers: stand behind the lectern, read the speech as written and stick to the script.
Ryan brought his 78-year-old mother with him and introduced her to the audience, but it did not matter.
When Ryan began talking about repealing “Obamacare” because he said it would harm seniors, one woman in the crowd shouted, “Lie!” Another shouted “Liar!” and the crowd booed Ryan.
That was Friday, and that was the end of Ryan following the game plan. Many times, running mates on failing campaigns feel they must break free from the tentacles of the campaign leader. Sarah Palin began pursuing her own path once she learned that John McCain and his advisers were not her cup of tea.
Dan Senor, one of Romney’s closest advisers, has kept a tight grip on Ryan, traveling with him everywhere and making sure he sticks to the Romney “brain trust” agenda in Boston. Rumors assert that the brain trust refers to Ryan as “Gilligan.”
The day after Ryan was booed at AARP, he strayed like a emasculated man seeking out a new wife via an affair.
Appearing at a town hall meeting at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Ryan tried to add his own flavor of “wow” that is more of “non-wow,” but compared to Romeny it is closer to “wow.”
He did a PowerPoint presentation for the crowd. According to the National Journal, be said: “‘I’m kind of a PowerPoint guy, so I hope you’ll bear with me,’ Ryan told the audience as he began clicking through four slides, which showed graphs depicting U.S. debt held by the public from 1940 to present, debt per person in the United States, percentage of debt held by foreign countries and a breakdown of federal spending. He then launched into a 10-minute monologue on the federal debt.”
Ryan’s PowerPoint slides were officially labeled: “Our Unsustainable Debt (U.S. Debt Held by Public as a Share of Economy),” “Your Share of the Debt,” “Who Funds Our Reckless Spending?” and “How the Government Spends Your Money.”
The Romney campaign was reportedly furious. But Ryan reportedly said, “Let Ryan be Ryan and let the Stench be the Stench.”
According to Ryan’s official schedule, on Wednesday he “will attend a Victory Town Hall at Walker Manufacturing in Fort Collins, Colorado, and a Victory Rally at America the Beautiful Park in Colorado Springs, Colorado.”
Sources close to the Ryan campaign tell Politics that his two new “exciting” PowerPoint presentations will be: “How a Bill Becomes Law” and “Canada: Friendly Giant to the North.”
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