So It’s Ryan

Good. He’s a hell of a lot better than Pawlenty. He’s a smart tough little bulldog who knows the economic numbers stone cold. This will focus the election back on the economy (like a LASER I tells ya!) which the Administration and their allies in the MSM are oh so desperately trying to steer clear of.

I really really can’t wait for the debate between him and Biden. Where’s that damned popcorn?

As an added bonus he really gets under the skin of The One, causing him to fly off-teleprompter in fits of Royale Pissitude.

Yummy yum yummy!

ths update: I got up to watch, too.

6 Responses to “So It’s Ryan”

  1. David Crawford says:

    The Mitt-ster did good, real good. This is a nomination for anybody who cares about the total train-wreck that this economy has become.

    Give Romney credit. This was no tactical nomination, trying to add a couple of percentage points from this demographic, or trying to win that specific state. This is a nomination that fairly well screams how serious they are about the economy.

  2. JeffS says:


    And I bet ol’ Plugs bows out of any debates with Ryan. Or is not allowed to go by The Won.

  3. aelfheld says:

    The leftards are trying to slam Ryan for ‘lack of private sector experience‘.

    Wasn’t that long ago when they seemed to think that was a good thing.

  4. Thomas Pfau says:

    Can’t wait for the VP debate. That should be fun.

  5. ricki says:

    I was driving home from vacation and got to hear Ryan’s “acceptance” speech on the radio. I was impressed. It made me feel hopeful in a way that our current President’s speeches do not.

  6. nightfly says:

    This is a terrific pick. Not only does Ryan have budgetary bona fides, it’s a giant “bring it” to the DNC.

    Hey Girl, You wanna ride Air Force 2? We can discuss fiscal discipline the whole time.

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