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Monday
Aug272012

"White People Are Back!" And Other Moments From Hardcore Paul Ryan Rap (Video)

He's like Ron Paul meets Ryan Seacrest, but with a lot more "m-fers." Yet, even in all this Beastie Boys-esque Ryan P90Sex braggadocio, my favorite part is the cluelessness of fake Mitt Romney who kind of plops around like the floppy android he is. Second best line (after "White people are back") is "Screw the sick and the poor like Jesus said ... if he had lived to read 'The Fountainhead.'"

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At least this was more entertaining than the Occupy Wall Street "Tax That Asset" video -- which was just painful. About the only thing that could possibly be nerdier than a political rap ... is a economics lesson rap.

Ryan subscribes to the Ron Paul school of political rhetoric: Each of them thinks you'll be fooled into believing his horribly mean, cruel, and elitist economic policy ideas are really quite reasonable, if only he explains them in his "reasonable guy" voice. (Ron Paul used to be an obstetrician, so I guess he's used to calming lots of people down and reassuring them their pain is really no biggie. Either that, or maybe he stole his technique from the Dog Whisperer.)

The depressing part is that this actually does work on some people. They're the ones who refer to Ryan with reverence as "an idea guy."

August 27, 2012 | Unregistered Commentersmartacus

Vanilla Ice GOPer.

August 27, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMrX.

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