Republicans are either imploding or being invaded by liberal body snatchers. First, Chris Christy defends Obama, then Colin Powell criticizes the GOP, and now Paul Ryan is saying nice things about Hillary Clinton.
Or maybe I took too much acid and can’t wake up from this glorious fantasy.
Former Republican vice presidential candidate Rep. Paul Ryan (Wis.) said Sunday that if Secretary of State Hillary Clinton were president, the nation’s fiscal crisis would have been averted. ‘Look, if we had a [Hillary] Clinton presidency, if we had Erskine Bowles as chief of staff of the White House or president of the United States, I think we would have fixed this fiscal mess by now,’ Ryan said on NBC’s ‘Meet the Press.’ ‘[But] that’s not the kind of presidency we’re dealing with right now.’
I’m not sure what this says exactly. Should we be happy that Hillary is so awesome that she’s converting even the likes of Paul “Munster” Ryan? I suspect she really couldn’t give a rat’s skinny ass what Paul Ryan thinks of her.
Or do we like Hillary less because someone we detest likes her? Maybe that’s his plan! He knows Dems hate him, so he’s trying to get Hillary to lose support by association. Clever girl.
Or maybe this is a dig at Obama, who won the Democratic ticket over Clinton way back in 2007. I mean, Ryan really, really doesn’t like Obama. Like, not only did he not like the guy before this last election, but then he and Mitt Robot lost to him. Ryan has got to be bitter. And maybe he thinks this is like the greatest insult he can hurl at Obama, the political equivalent of “throwing like a girl,” as it were.
Of course, I suspect that Obama really likes Hillary and knows she kicks major ass and that he’ll vote for her in 2016 . I think he also couldn’t give a rat’s skinny ass what Paul Ryan thinks of him or cares about Ryan’s naive and elitist ideas about the economy. Obama is totally like, suck it, little boy!
And it goes without saying that no matter which Dem had won the presidency, we’d still be in an economic shithole, because of ol’ whatisname, George W “He Who Must Not Be Named” Bush and his craptastic policies that took us from a surplus to a deficit in 8 short years.
Oh Paul Ryan. So, so arrogant. So, so deluded.
Even though they both deny it, we all know that Ryan and Clinton will run for their respective parties’ tickets in 4 years. And I, for one, can’t wait to see Hillary Clinton mop the floor with Lyin’ Ryan.