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Aug 11 2012

Profiles in Countermoonbattery: Paul Ryan

The Paul Ryan pick for VP is the best thing to happen since the Tea Party dislodged Nasty Pelosi from her Speaker throne. Ryan gets it, and anyone else who even begins to get it has no choice but to vote for the ticket that has his name on it.

Here’s Ryan warning of the “government-centered society” being inflicted upon us by the party of “debt and decline”:

Here he is schooling an adolescent punk on the fact that hiding spending does not reduce spending:

Grownups have no excuse but to vote for grownups, no matter how trendy it may still be among idiots to be a left-wing mulatto who puts his hat on backward. Only by inserting your head into your colon could you escape knowing that if Obama is reelected, America is heading off a cliff — and only straight-shooters like Ryan can pull us back from the precipice.

Boldly picking Ryan for VP rather than Hispandering with Rubio says as much about Romney’s character as sitting in Jeremiah Wright’s church of race hate and anti-Americanism for 20 years says about Obama’s.

On tips from AC, G. Fox, Incitatus, and TaterSalad. Hat tip: Daily Caller.

33 Responses to “Profiles in Countermoonbattery: Paul Ryan”

  1. MicahStone says:

    Thanks to the magnificent work of Paul Ryan and the outstanding career of Mitt Romney, in Nov 2012 American voters will get to cast the most important vote of their lives — do you want America to go down “The Path to Prosperity” and not only SAVE but RESTORE the GREATNESS OF AMERICA, or do you want the country to continue to careen out-of-control down the lunatic-left d-cRAT socialist TAX-AND-SPEND “Road to Hell” plan to turn America into a HIGH TAX, LOW GROWTH, bankrupt European style ENTITLEMENT STATE – i.e. another Greece – headed by a totally incompetent, ego-maniacal president and his embarrassing Bite-Me side-kick?

    Given the way Ryan has intellectually wiped-the-floor with OBOZO on healthcare, I can’t wait for him to debate the even more mentally-challenged half of that team, Bite-Me !!!! Even the d-cRAT stooges of the socialist media who will be the debate “moderators” (aka, “d-cRAT helpers”) will be hard pressed to twist and contort their questions to try and give Bite-Me an advantage, since every time the fool opens his mouth he proves that he is, indeed, a fool.

  2. AC says:

    Paul Ryan’s love of our Second Amendment rights is an excellent counterbalance to Mitt’s Massachusetts gun grabbing tendencies.

    Ryan is also an avid hunter and would be a friend of America’s sportsmen.

  3. Jimbo says:

    Liberals are already screaming he’s too white, too male, too young, too anti-woman; and so doesn’t represent American values.

  4. Anon-Y-Mouse says:

    Jimbo just made what I feel is the reason Ryan was a bad choice.

    They will have this issue to screech about for the next three months, and (sadly) IT WORKS. People will equate this with “All white, must hate ethnic types”, which translates into “RACIST”. The MSM will black-out all news except that. THAT will be the story.

    Couple that with “THE RYAN PLAN” (which is a chant that has taken it’s place with “THE KOCH BROTHERS” and “FAUX NEWS” and “BOOOSH”), and you’ve got a diversion that the dipshit voters of America (who get all their information from The Nightly News and Jon Stewart) will be convinced that Obama is their savior.

    I like Ryan a LOT, I hope I’m wrong, but with this choice you better have a massive, monolithic conservative/white turnout, ’cause you can kiss ANY hispanic or black voters goodbye.

  5. Fred C. Dobbs says:

    LOL I just saw Bob Beckel with a straight face say that Ryan vs. Biden in a debate will be like Mohammed Ali vs. a child (or something equally ridiculous, I was laughing to hard to hear the last part). How anyone can say that without giggling is beyond me. Ryan will wipe the floor with Biden. It may be the first time they have to invoke the mercy rule in a VP debate. Yes, I literally laughed out loud when he said that. I think Beckel’s brain must be completely clogged with malted hops and bong resin.

  6. dmgore says:

    And lets face it, Ryan has great hair compared to Biden.

  7. mega says:

    I was always going to vote for Romney, but now I can actually feel good about doing it. Kudos to Romney for this pick.

  8. Sid says:

    I was not a Romney fan, until now! He picked a straight shooting, real Catholic, family man, who also hunts. He schooled the President and VP during the Obamacare discussions. I have not seen anyone who can debate him on issues. The left will come out swinging but this man is the closest republican we have to compare to Ronald Reagan. I’m fired up! Ready to go! Forward back to government of the people, by the people! Call 911, the VP debate will send Biden to the hospital.

  9. Jodie says:

    I think Ryan is a great pick. The problem is that what I have beleived all along is that Obama isn’t going anywhere. I am afraid that we will be stuck with him for a while. Even after the mortal head wound, there will be tributes and statues made in his honor. People will listen to his speeches and quote him frequently.

    I wish I could look forward to a future with Romney and Ryan in control, but I just don’t see it happening that way.

  10. AC says:

    Jodie says:

    Have you stocked up on food, supplies, guns, and ammo?

    If Obama wins in November, economic disaster is only a matter of time.

  11. GunnerJones says:

    ” Have you stocked up on food, supplies, guns, and ammo?

    If Obama wins in November, economic disaster is only a matter of time

    And when Romney/Ryan win expect the great Chimpout in our cities. either way stocking up is a good idea

  12. Wilberforce says:

    I have AC (to answer an earlier response). I suggest all patriots do as well. And do get to know your local police as well as you can. And go to the range with them too, it works wonders 🙂

  13. wingmann says:

    Good to see ya back on board AC…(I know you really never left).

  14. Jodie says:

    AC says:
    August 11, 2012 at 3:15 pm


    I was kinda hopin’ on hanging at your place for a while…if that’s okay. 🙂

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  16. Jay B. says:

    Anon-Y-Mouse says:
    You can already kiss every black votes goodbye, they’ll vote with the color of their skin like they did in the last election. No, these two only need to keep showing the contrast between returning to proven american values or sinking towards socialism.

  17. AC says:

    I was never a fan of Mitt when he’s fibbing to this degree:

    As governor of Massachusetts, Mitt was proud to support legislation that expanded the rights of gun owners. He worked hard to advance the ability of law-abiding citizens to purchase and own firearms, while opposing liberal desires to create bureaucracy intended to burden gun owners and sportsmen. As governor, he also designated May 7th as “The Right to Bear Arms Day” in Massachusetts to honor law-abiding citizens and their right to “use firearms in defense of their families, persons, and property for all lawful purposes, including common defense.”

    That’s straight from his campaign website.

    He’s a liar and a gun grabber.

    “Let’s get the record straight. First of all, there’s no question that I support 2nd Amendment rights, but I also support an assault weapon ban. Look, I’ve been governor in a pretty tough state. You’ve heard of blue states. In the toughest of blue states, I made the toughest decisions and did what was right for America. I have conservative values. ” – Mitt Romney, 2007

  18. Anon-Y-Mouse says:

    Well Jay, I hope you and the rest of the optimists are correct. I guess it comes down to: are there enough conservatives, whites (who aren’t ashamed of THEIR color), Christians and patriots left to turn the tide?

    Taking into account the fraud, lies and media black-out, I’m not hopeful.

    Please…let me be wrong.

  19. AC says:

    I have AC (to answer an earlier response). I suggest all patriots do as well. And do get to know your local police as well as you can. And go to the range with them too, it works wonders 🙂

    That it does. Being on good terms with local law enforcement is an excellent plan. It helps to have them know you’re a good guy well in advance. You might need the benefit of the doubt some day.

    Say hello, shake hands, yada yada. Letting them take a spin on the deuce didn’t hurt either. Even offered to squash a future ticket, not that I speed.

    I’m glad to be living among small town police again. The big departments tend to be a cluster.

    It’s a good prep strategy.

    I was kinda hopin’ on hanging at your place for a while…if that’s okay. 🙂

    The more the merrier. Zombie experience is a plus.

  20. Sickofobama says:

    That 6-minute lecture of Paul Ryan to Barack Obama is why Obama quit doing any real “presidenting”.

    Ryan is brilliant and can speak facts without looking at notes or a teleprompter.

    He kicks ass!

  21. Son of Taz says:

    @AC and others: Take a look at the Gun Owner’s Action League of MA and get the truth:

    GOAL is not the NRA, but they have stood firm in the face of Mass libs that want to take away all guns and all gun owner rights.

  22. AC says:

    It doesn’t matter what he may or may not have done in the face of Massachusetts moonbats when he comes out in 2007 as a private citizen and reiterates his support for the assault weapons ban he signed.

    Free replacement of firearm licenses does not make a pro-gun position. Massachusetts citizens should be enraged they have to obtain such foolish and unconstitutional things for a purchase in the first place.

    He may have been a friend to hunters but that is only tangentially related to the Second Amendment. The primary purpose of the Second Amendment has nothing to do with hunting. Weapons designed for hunting are not always good choices for self-defense. Additionally, when gun bans are on the table, the weapons the anti-gunners agree to leave alone for the sake of the hunters are usually woefully inadequate for personal protection, as has been the case in places such as the UK and Australia.

    The “but I support hunters” excuse should not let gun grabbers whitewash their record. If the right to keep and bear arms for personal protection (as the Second Amendment intends) is respected then hunters will have no problems – the same cannot be said in reverse.

    If somebody can’t afford to hunt because bureaucrats keep the fees too high then that is a bummer, and a problem, but not one that can get somebody killed by a violent criminal.

    He took guns away, perpetuated draconian requirements for law-abiding purchases, and did nothing to expand concealed carry beyond the corrupt may-issue system used to grant permits to politically connected individuals and nobody else.

    I understand that the legislature would not have permitted a pro Second Amendment agenda, however that does not excuse him for keeping silent on these gross violations of our rights or going along with them in the name of political expediency.

    The Second Amendment is one of our defining liberties. Any politician who feels such an important right is open to negotiation or use as a bargaining chip has a serious deficit in his conservative values.

  23. AC says:

    I’m not worried about another AWB as long as Republicans control the House, even if such leadership is composed of spineless RINOs.

    Suppose that Romney doesn’t aggressively turn this economy around with solid conservative positions, or the Democrats hold the Senate and won’t let pro-growth policies through. In two years, the economy will have continued to decline, much to the delight of the mainstream media propagandists. If things get worse because of the lack of conservative laws and budgets, Democrats may capture both houses of Congress in 2014 due to the backing of sheeple and the former citizens who have become socialised and welfare-dependent because of the rotten economy.

    If Romney is president and Dems control Congress, will we see another AWB? They Dems will certainly introduce and pass it.

    Will Romney sign it? That’s open to negotiation which is precisely the problem. When dealing with a moonbat Congress, Romney would consider our Second Amendment rights negotiable.

  24. AC says:

    Another point:

    Gun grabbing Democrats have long agitated for draconian ammo taxes. The call has been renewed after large stocks of ammo were found sitting in the apartment of the deranged moonbat who shot up the theater in Colorado, despite the reality that there is a limit to how much ammo a person can carry (it wouldn’t have made a bit of difference if he had 100,000 rounds in his closet).

    Democrats want to push the price of all ammo, including practice ammo, north of $1/round.

    Suppose that Senate Democrats attach their beloved ammo tax to a military spending bill. Would Romney veto that bill as an assault on our Second Amendment rights? Probably not.

    His spin team would likely point out the benefit to hunters in that much more money from the ammo tax would be invested in public lands. He would be silent on the horrendous effects it would have on those who regularly shoot at the range to hone their defensive skills or those who maintain sufficient ammo stores as part of SHTF preparedness.

    Ammo taxes discourage training, which reduces the ability of law-abiding citizens to practice swiftly and safely stopping threats without stray rounds endangering others. Ammo taxes could be $5 a round and it would only minimally affect most hunters’ budgets. Such ammo taxes would bring training to a near halt and result in many deaths of law-abiding citizens.

    Ammo taxes get people killed by criminals.

    Would Romney support them? That’s negotiable, and that’s a problem.

  25. Ghost of FA Hayek says:


    Why are you beating yourself up over hypotheticals ?
    First, we KNOW what the Lightworker will do with political cover.
    Second, even Congressional Dem’s are far from unanimous on gun control. We know this because we saw what happened when they controlled all the levers of power, nothing.
    Even the NY Slimes declared surrender
    And now they sneak it into a Cyber Security bill ?
    This is mere political posturing to the mouth breathing zombies on the left who’s memories of this morning are toast.
    Let’s take this Ryan pick and run with the economy as fast and hard as we can.
    And give any and all on the right who would happen to stray a can kicking back on track

  26. AC says:

    Why? Our Second Amendment rights should have been safe when Ronald Reagan was in the White House, yet the asshole gun grabber William Hughes still managed to sneak in an awful amendment to FOPA.

    Ronald Reagan loved our rights and yet the Hughes Amendment still haunts us to this day. Imagine what sort of compromise would be inflicted on our rights by a man as anti-gun as Mitt Romney.

    Romney’s plans don’t include protecting our Second Amendment rights. He’ll bargain them away if it gets him leverage with Democrats and cooperation on his own technocratic vision. He’s made a career out of pandering to leftist moonbat Massholes.

    The lightworker would indeed be a disaster for our rights when he is term limited. I don’t want to see him reelected. That doesn’t mean I can ignore Romney’s anti Second Amendment agenda in the name of partisanship.

    I don’t like Romney and I never will like Romney. At this point, he offers a long shot chance at averting national bankruptcy and potential hyperinflation, which is only marginally better than the certain economic doom which would be inflicted by Comrade Chairman.

    Romney is a gigantic mistake just like Juan McRINO. The liberty-minded issue voters need to keep the pressure on the Republican establishment and let them know that candidates like these are not acceptable.

    Gun control in Western democracies and republics is predominately incremental. What we lose we will never get back. Had the AWB not contained a sunset clause I have no doubt it would still be in force today.

    We’ve been trying to repeal the Hughes Amendment for 26 years and we have made no progress. Suppressors, originally banned to stop Depression-era poaching, and despite having limited criminal utility, still require six months, a mountain of paperwork, and a $200 tax stamp – most law-abiding citizens don’t bother and end up with severe hearing loss when they have to shoot an intruder. We still can’t import a Glock in .380 ACP. The shelf life of 4473s is still horrendously long and most of them do eventually end up in the hands of the ATF. The requirements of 3310.4 are still in force.

  27. Winston Smith says:

    What will they come up with next to demonize Ryan? Probably something like re-enacting the Terminator polic station scene but instead hving a Ryan lookalike cressed like Arnold Schwartzenegger walking through a retirement home of elderly blowing them away with a machine gun and a shotgun. After the Soptik commercial there is no telling how wicked they will be.

    AC it doesnt matter so much waht Romney does with 2nd Amendment rights. Its CONGRESS. That needs to be the primary focus. Many arent in love with Romney (Im not either) but getting hysterical over him is pointless.

    And theres a reason why even under Obama, Nazi Pelousy and Hairy Rude didnt pass ammo taxes when they had a lock on Congress and the Presidency – Democrats know it would cost them votes and seats in Congress.

  28. AC says:

    Only Nixon could go to China.

    If Romney compromises our rights, what are we going to do? Vote for the other party?

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  30. Noelegy says:

    I’m highly impressed with Paul Ryan, even if the fact that he’s the same age as me makes me feel like a bit of an underachiever. 🙂

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