If Stench calls, take a message

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    Sep 26, 2012 2:25 AM GMT
    Paul Ryan vs. The Stench

    Paul Ryan has gone rogue. He is unleashed, unchained, off the hook.

    “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.”

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    http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0912/81618.html
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    Sep 26, 2012 3:21 AM GMT
    LOL
    What a funny and well-written article.

    Even the Repubs have noted that Romney has the stench of a loser on him.
    But the idea that Ryan and others in the Romney campaign are calling Mitt "Stench" behind his back is hilarious.
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    Mitt Romney has become a joke - and the epitome of a political loser.
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    Sep 26, 2012 3:38 AM GMT
    Last time "Stench" called here, I took a shower.
  • KissTheSky

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    Sep 26, 2012 4:08 AM GMT
    A lot of people wondered what Ryan was thinking when he hitched his wagon to the sinking ship called Romney, the least popular candidate in modern history.
    Apparently Ryan is the last to figure out he's killed his career for the forseeable future. Any chance of national office is going down the drain, because not only is Romney going down in flames, he's taking Ryan with him.
    Couldn't happen to a nicer pair of douchebags.
    This is what I call getting two for one! icon_lol.gif
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    Sep 26, 2012 6:52 PM GMT
    bostonsam saidYou extremists believe ANYTHING, don't you, so long as it bashes Romney.


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    Sep 26, 2012 7:14 PM GMT
    bostonsam saidYou extremists believe ANYTHING, don't you, so long as it bashes Romney.


    Fool #1:

    KissTheSky saidA lot of people wondered what Ryan was thinking when he hitched his wagon to the sinking ship called Romney, the least popular candidate in modern history.
    Apparently Ryan is the last to figure out he's killed his career for the forseeable future. Any chance of national office is going down the drain, because not only is Romney going down in flames, he's taking Ryan with him.
    Couldn't happen to a nicer pair of douchebags.
    This is what I call getting two for one! icon_lol.gif




    Fool #2:

    RickRick91 saidLOL
    What a funny and well-written article.

    Even the Repubs have noted that Romney has the stench of a loser on him.
    But the idea that Ryan and others in the Romney campaign are calling Mitt "Stench" behind his back is hilarious.
    icon_lol.gif

    Mitt Romney has become a joke - and the epitome of a political loser.


    At least you extremists are in "good" company:

    Fool #3:

    Lawrence O'Donnell on MSNBC:


    "Yes, the Stench! That is what Paul Ryan is actually calling Mitt Romney, according to Politico."


    Fool #4:

    NY Times columnist Paul Krugman:


    Can I say that even though I’m not exactly a fan of Mitt Romney’s, this is just bad behavior? You’re supposed to wait until it’s actually over before you do this kind of thing. Anyway, I like how Ryan is declaring independence: by using PowerPoint!



    Fool #5

    Tommy Christopher of press-gossip site Mediaite:


    Simon’s anecdote has the recognizable (to the Beltway crowd) ring of truth that renders it canonical in political circles ... Simon’s anecdote demonstrates that the Romney campaign’s toxic press is in Ryan’s head. In this electoral game of chicken, Ryan is already unbuckling his seatbelt and visualizing his roll onto the shoulder.



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    Joe Gandelman of the Moderate Voice:


    Have we ever heard of a winning Presidential ticket in American politics that had a Vice Presidential candidate have an attitude like this about his running mate? Talk about a total lack of deference (or respect).


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    Liberal radio personality Taylor Marsh:


    Ryan is trying to save himself so he can live to run another day. Roger Simon’s piece has spread like wildfire and is causing a gigantic ripple.




    Yet, nobody is fool enough to believe your profile is not a sock account. There are steps you can take to prove us all wrong, SB, and that is to prove you are real. Verify your account. Better yet, how about a pic of yourself holding a sign that says your profile name, or, as many of us on this site have done to prove we are real, a video of yourself addressing RealJock.

    The thing is, you can't. You are fake. All you have to offer is some excuse of why you won't prove you are real.

    So I say, again, go ahead. Prove me wrong.
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    Sep 26, 2012 8:10 PM GMT
    Would that it were true, but it was satire after all. From the updated original Politico post:

    [Author’s note: Jonathan Swift did not really want Irish people to sell their children for food in 1729; George Orwell did not really want the clocks to strike thirteen in 1984; Paul Ryan, I am sure, calls Mitt Romney something more dignified than “Stench” and Microsoft did not invent PowerPoint as a means to euthanize cattle. At least I am pretty sure Microsoft didn’t.]

    Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0912/81618_Page2.html#ixzz27bmrBJAL

    Southbeach is still a dirty sock.
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    Sep 26, 2012 11:09 PM GMT
    bostonsam said
    Iceblink said
    bostonsam saidYou extremists believe ANYTHING, don't you, so long as it bashes Romney.


    Fool #1:

    KissTheSky saidA lot of people wondered what Ryan was thinking when he hitched his wagon to the sinking ship called Romney, the least popular candidate in modern history.
    Apparently Ryan is the last to figure out he's killed his career for the forseeable future. Any chance of national office is going down the drain, because not only is Romney going down in flames, he's taking Ryan with him.
    Couldn't happen to a nicer pair of douchebags.
    This is what I call getting two for one! icon_lol.gif




    Fool #2:

    RickRick91 saidLOL
    What a funny and well-written article.

    Even the Repubs have noted that Romney has the stench of a loser on him.
    But the idea that Ryan and others in the Romney campaign are calling Mitt "Stench" behind his back is hilarious.
    icon_lol.gif

    Mitt Romney has become a joke - and the epitome of a political loser.


    At least you extremists are in "good" company:

    Fool #3:

    Lawrence O'Donnell on MSNBC:


    "Yes, the Stench! That is what Paul Ryan is actually calling Mitt Romney, according to Politico."


    Fool #4:

    NY Times columnist Paul Krugman:


    Can I say that even though I’m not exactly a fan of Mitt Romney’s, this is just bad behavior? You’re supposed to wait until it’s actually over before you do this kind of thing. Anyway, I like how Ryan is declaring independence: by using PowerPoint!



    Fool #5

    Tommy Christopher of press-gossip site Mediaite:


    Simon’s anecdote has the recognizable (to the Beltway crowd) ring of truth that renders it canonical in political circles ... Simon’s anecdote demonstrates that the Romney campaign’s toxic press is in Ryan’s head. In this electoral game of chicken, Ryan is already unbuckling his seatbelt and visualizing his roll onto the shoulder.



    Fool #6:

    Joe Gandelman of the Moderate Voice:


    Have we ever heard of a winning Presidential ticket in American politics that had a Vice Presidential candidate have an attitude like this about his running mate? Talk about a total lack of deference (or respect).


    Fool #7:

    Liberal radio personality Taylor Marsh:


    Ryan is trying to save himself so he can live to run another day. Roger Simon’s piece has spread like wildfire and is causing a gigantic ripple.




    Yet, nobody is fool enough to believe your profile is not a sock account. There are steps you can take to prove us all wrong, SB, and that is to prove you are real. Verify your account. Better yet, how about a pic of yourself holding a sign that says your profile name, or, as many of us on this site have done to prove we are real, a video of yourself addressing RealJock.

    The thing is, you can't. You are fake. All you have to offer is some excuse of why you won't prove you are real.

    So I say, again, go ahead. Prove me wrong.


    Why would I do anything to please you or the other extremists here? LOL


    Right. Exact response I was expecting. You are sock. LOL
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    Sep 26, 2012 11:12 PM GMT
    Iceblink said


    Yet, nobody is fool enough to believe your profile is not a sock account. There are steps you can take to prove us all wrong, SB, and that is to prove you are real. Verify your account. Better yet, how about a pic of yourself holding a sign that says your profile name, or, as many of us on this site have done to prove we are real, a video of yourself addressing RealJock.

    The thing is, you can't. You are fake. All you have to offer is some excuse of why you won't prove you are real.

    So I say, again, go ahead. Prove me wrong.


    Verified? Doesn't prove anything. I was on here for 2 years without a verified account and was accused of many things-- Even falsely accused of being a right wing plant. Now that I'm verified--the Liberal Hens will still attack me because they have no tolerance for anyone who does not not think like them--

    And sadly ICEBLINK--YOU may be verified but there are some of us that could
    give a rat's ass---get over yourself--

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    Sep 26, 2012 11:41 PM GMT
    bostonsam said
    Iceblink said
    bostonsam said
    Iceblink said
    bostonsam saidYou extremists believe ANYTHING, don't you, so long as it bashes Romney.


    Fool #1:

    KissTheSky saidA lot of people wondered what Ryan was thinking when he hitched his wagon to the sinking ship called Romney, the least popular candidate in modern history.
    Apparently Ryan is the last to figure out he's killed his career for the forseeable future. Any chance of national office is going down the drain, because not only is Romney going down in flames, he's taking Ryan with him.
    Couldn't happen to a nicer pair of douchebags.
    This is what I call getting two for one! icon_lol.gif




    Fool #2:

    RickRick91 saidLOL
    What a funny and well-written article.

    Even the Repubs have noted that Romney has the stench of a loser on him.
    But the idea that Ryan and others in the Romney campaign are calling Mitt "Stench" behind his back is hilarious.
    icon_lol.gif

    Mitt Romney has become a joke - and the epitome of a political loser.


    At least you extremists are in "good" company:

    Fool #3:

    Lawrence O'Donnell on MSNBC:


    "Yes, the Stench! That is what Paul Ryan is actually calling Mitt Romney, according to Politico."


    Fool #4:

    NY Times columnist Paul Krugman:


    Can I say that even though I’m not exactly a fan of Mitt Romney’s, this is just bad behavior? You’re supposed to wait until it’s actually over before you do this kind of thing. Anyway, I like how Ryan is declaring independence: by using PowerPoint!



    Fool #5

    Tommy Christopher of press-gossip site Mediaite:


    Simon’s anecdote has the recognizable (to the Beltway crowd) ring of truth that renders it canonical in political circles ... Simon’s anecdote demonstrates that the Romney campaign’s toxic press is in Ryan’s head. In this electoral game of chicken, Ryan is already unbuckling his seatbelt and visualizing his roll onto the shoulder.



    Fool #6:

    Joe Gandelman of the Moderate Voice:


    Have we ever heard of a winning Presidential ticket in American politics that had a Vice Presidential candidate have an attitude like this about his running mate? Talk about a total lack of deference (or respect).


    Fool #7:

    Liberal radio personality Taylor Marsh:


    Ryan is trying to save himself so he can live to run another day. Roger Simon’s piece has spread like wildfire and is causing a gigantic ripple.




    Yet, nobody is fool enough to believe your profile is not a sock account. There are steps you can take to prove us all wrong, SB, and that is to prove you are real. Verify your account. Better yet, how about a pic of yourself holding a sign that says your profile name, or, as many of us on this site have done to prove we are real, a video of yourself addressing RealJock.

    The thing is, you can't. You are fake. All you have to offer is some excuse of why you won't prove you are real.

    So I say, again, go ahead. Prove me wrong.


    Why would I do anything to please you or the other extremists here? LOL


    Right. Exact response I was expecting. You are sock. LOL


    Good for you. Why don't you also call me a shoe? It has about the same effect on me as "sock" does.

    Or better yet, why not explain that you were wrong in thinking that this "stench" story was true when in fact it was a complete fabrication and YOU fell for it? I know I shouldn't expect so much - that would actually be engaging on what the topic is about (allegedly).

    Nice try, Southbeach. I'll stick to the subject in discussions with you when you are not posting under a fake account. Until then, no.
  • Webster666

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    Sep 27, 2012 1:32 AM GMT
    bostonsam said
    showme saidWould that it were true, but it was satire after all. From the updated original Politico post:

    [Author’s note: Jonathan Swift did not really want Irish people to sell their children for food in 1729; George Orwell did not really want the clocks to strike thirteen in 1984; Paul Ryan, I am sure, calls Mitt Romney something more dignified than “Stench” and Microsoft did not invent PowerPoint as a means to euthanize cattle. At least I am pretty sure Microsoft didn’t.]

    Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0912/81618_Page2.html#ixzz27bmrBJAL

    Southbeach is still a dirty sock.


    Right.... I am a "sock" and I am "firebanned" and I am a "southbeach" and I am a "scalfitness" - people, you really need to have a meeting and decide this. You're all going off in different directions.

    The fact is, I'm not an extreme liberal leftist like you and some of the others here and you'd just as soon push me off this website and out of the Democratic party as well. Sorry, I am a DEMOCRAT whether you like it or not.



    Liar, liar, pantaloons (and socks) on fire.
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    Sep 27, 2012 2:41 PM GMT
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    The fact is, I'm not an extreme liberal leftist like you and some of the others here and you'd just as soon push me off this website and out of the Democratic party as well. Sorry, I am a DEMOCRAT whether you like it or not.


    Hahaha. I am in no way an extreme liberal leftist, even to a "traditional" Republican, if there were such a thing any more (and whose politics mine most closely resemble). No way your'e a Dem, given that you use words like "extreme liberal leftist" (buzzwords from the far right) and are obviously smart enough to put together quite coherent sentences. Which means that, in my opinion, you're fibbing.