The Party’s Over: Paul Ryan vs. The Stench

Sounds like it’s love on the rocks for Paul and Mitt…. and it was one short, unhappy affair.

I’m reading more and more on inside turmoil in the Romney campaign and how the stench of death is beginning to be evident to many GOP insiders….

But Paul Ryan really seems to be getting a little bitter about this…

Paulie seems to be starting to realize he might not have made the smartest career move to step into the limelight with Mittens…

He’s really sounding more and more like the spoiled frat boy he is….

At least in this satirical article from Roger Simon at

“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.

Coming from a resident of Iowa, a state where people are polite even to soybeans, this was a powerful condemnation of the Republican nominee.

Though 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.”

Even before the stench article appeared, there was a strong sign that Ryan was freeing himself from the grips of the Romney campaign. It began after his disastrous 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 don’t stray from the script.

via Paul Ryan vs. The Stench – Roger Simon –


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2 responses to “The Party’s Over: Paul Ryan vs. The Stench

  1. Brian

    Scott, I am glad you are posting again. Particularly when the news is this good/funny.


  2. Thanks, Brian! It had all gotten so ridiculous, even I had to take a little break from it all!


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