So first Ryan compromised his “principles” and supported the Bailout.
So forgive the people of the state’s 1st Congressional District if they are a little confused by Ryan’s latest ad.
“People are hurting because American companies benefit by shipping jobs overseas,” the 38-year-old pol says into the camera.
Ryan then complains that it is “unfair” for American companies to get a tax break by producing goods elsewhere and then importing them to the U.S.
“Instead of exporting jobs,” he concludes, “we should be exporting American products.”
That’s a lot of fair-trade rhetoric from someone known as a free-trade champion.
He is not really a conservative. He is just another jack-off politician that will say or vote whatever to get elected, get favors, and get personal benefits. He has shown he has no real principles (they are not “real” if you don’t stand by them when its inconvenient).
Right-wing radio talk show host Mark Belling sounded the alarm for the young GOP star in a recent column.
“Ryan, the reformer who represents the party’s future, is very worried he could be taken out in a Democratic tidal wave,” Belling wrote this week. “The loss to the conservative movement should Ryan lose is almost incalculable.”
He is already gone. Forget about him. He no longer matters.
Others have suggested that Ryan’s big ad buy has more to do with his interest in Herb Kohl’s seat when the Democrat retires from the U.S. Senate.
I will certainly remember if Ryan run for the US Senate of for Wisconsin Governor. He will never get my vote.