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Romney Taps Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan As Running Mate

timothy posted more than 2 years ago | from the cultural-diversity dept.

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Shortly after 9 a.m. Eastern time Saturday, Republican candidate Mitt Romney officially announced (via phone app) his selection of 42-year-old Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan as running mate for the 2012 U.S. presidential race. Ryan's selection was announced by the Romney campaign to various media outlets earlier this morning. Ryan is considered popular among a wide range of Republican voters, being a budget hawk who favors less liberal laws concerning abortion. Ryan's lauded popularity among Tea Party voters is mixed; some reports describe him as a Tea Party favorite, others as a far-right imposter.

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Was that from Armageddon (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956595)

When Romney brought out Ryan, was that music from Armageddon or was it another movie?

Re:Was that from Armageddon (5, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956645)

Mitt Romney introduces Paul Ryan as the "next President of the United States"

Re:Was that from Armageddon (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956699)

they used the soundtrack from "Air Force One"

Re:Was that from Armageddon (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956963)


Re:Was that from Armageddon (3, Insightful)

Jeremiah Cornelius (137) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956913)

Paul Ryan was picked because stupid people will think that he's Ron Paul.

Re:Was that from Armageddon (1)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956959)

Obama did the same thing when he announced Biden: []

Re:Was that from Armageddon (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40957049)

true but Obama was smart enough to immediately correct himself.

News for Nerds???!! (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956613)

How the fuck is this news for nerds?? Its not remotely related to tech or topics that slashdot normally covers.

This does not belong on slashdot. Stop using this as your personal blog, timothy.

Now I expect this to turn into a left-wing bashfest. Commence.

Re:News for Nerds???!! (5, Insightful)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956637)

How the fuck is this news for nerds?? Its not remotely related to tech or topics that slashdot normally covers.

This does not belong on slashdot. Stop using this as your personal blog, timothy.

Now I expect this to turn into a left-wing bashfest. Commence.

neither is your comment, but you posted it anyway. Stop using slasdot as your personal rebuttal space.

Re:News for Nerds???!! (1, Troll)

axlr8or (889713) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956661)

Wrong dill hole we can discuss evolution or creation or Muons and Hadrons but politics is sleezy humanism. The only importance it maintains in our society is what credit peole like YOU give it. There is nothing 'technical' about this story. timothy shouldn't be banned he's offered lots of good stories for us but someone should smack him thats for sure.

Re:News for Nerds???!! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956689)

what the fuck is a "credit peole"? is this some new banking scam from goldman sachs?

Re:News for Nerds???!! (1)

axlr8or (889713) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956729)

That's a nice try but I'll give you less intelligence than a chat bot if you can't get the context out of a conversation over a simple spelling mistake.

Re:News for Nerds???!! (1)

Kergan (780543) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956757)

"credit people" with a typo.

Re:News for Nerds???!! (1)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40957059)

"what the fuck is a "credit peole"?"

It was ( obviously ) a typo, but in this case it is also an intelligence test which you failed.

Re:News for Nerds???!! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956679)


Re:News for Nerds???!! (5, Funny)

TheRaven64 (641858) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956693)

Its not remotely related to tech or topics that slashdot normally covers

Seriously? Have you been on a deep space mission and not read Slashdot since 2000 or something?

Re:News for Nerds???!! (1)

sleigher (961421) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956707)

Stuff that matters? enough said...

Re:News for Nerds???!! (1, Insightful)

axlr8or (889713) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956861)

I get enough of this bullshit in the papers, TV, radio, diner, pamphlets, grandpa.... etc.. I come to /. to get away from stupid shit. Do you really believe this website is a peer on politics. Nope. Is it a peer in tech? Yep. Don't polarize this website with political prop.

Re:News for Nerds???!! (0)

Gort65 (1464371) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956939)

When it matters, then I'll give a damn. Till then...

Re:News for Nerds???!! (2)

jamstar7 (694492) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956893)

Well, these maroons are liable to cut funding for any nifty science-y type stuff to zip zed zero, so I guess there's a geek hook in there someplace.

And yeah, I spelled 'morons' 'wrong', I'm channeling Bugs Bunny this morning. Need more coffee before these bozos make it illegal...

Re:News for Nerds???!! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40957041)

Paul Ryan is an Ayn Rand advocate.

So many nerds on this site LOVE Ayn Rand and want us to follow her teachings.

Watch the right-wing bashfest.

$10,000 CHALLENGE to Alexander Peter Kowalski (-1)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956625)

$10,000 CHALLENGE to Alexander Peter Kowalski

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So long nummynuts, sorry to have to kick your nuts up into your head verbally speaking.

Re:$10,000 CHALLENGE to Alexander Peter Kowalski (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956739)

One man pisses in the ocean once a day... will it ever amount to anything?

Re:$10,000 CHALLENGE to Alexander Peter Kowalski (-1)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956781)

Does anyone know if OpenGL has been ported to Windows yet?

WTF is this doing on MY slashdot? (-1, Redundant)

axlr8or (889713) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956633)

Mitt is neither a nerd or a geek. He's a turd just like the other politicians there are plenty of websites with scat fetish on them get this crap of the /.

Re:WTF is this doing on MY slashdot? (4, Insightful)

O('_')O_Bush (1162487) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956675)

I think this falls under the, "stuff that matters", bit.

Re:WTF is this doing on MY slashdot? (0)

axlr8or (889713) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956737)

It only matters because you people give it credit that it does not deserve. You would be better off to be apathetic than to support politics by engagement.

Re:WTF is this doing on MY slashdot? (1)

O('_')O_Bush (1162487) | more than 2 years ago | (#40957129)

There's a different between ignorance and apathy.

Re:WTF is this doing on MY slashdot? (0)

axlr8or (889713) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956761)

I'd rather have the 16 yr old idealists from Anonymous running our country than any polititian. Screw MITT, SCREW BAMMY.

Re:WTF is this doing on MY slashdot? (-1)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956901)

Yeah, cause the US is the world, and just in case i'm on a mars expedition and only reading slashdot, this crap is stuffed down my face. And no, it's not "stuff that matters" in the techworld, every fucking newspage is reporting this, GO AWAY

Re:WTF is this doing on MY slashdot? (2)

icebraining (1313345) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956941)

The US is not the world, but they do have a huge influence over it.

Re:WTF is this doing on MY slashdot? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956919)

No, it t does not matter a bit what will be the name or skin color of the next corporate puppet.

Re:WTF is this doing on MY slashdot? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956935)

He's the future princess of Dumbfuckistan. Of course it matters!

tales from the fly on the wall (-1, Troll)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956665)

When I think of dirty old men, I think of Mitt Thomas and when I think about Mitt I get a hard on that won’t quit.

Sixty years ago,I worked in what was once my Grandfather’s Greenhouses. Gramps had died a year earlier and Grandma, now in her seventies had been forced to sell to the competition. I got a job with the new owners and mostly worked the range by myself. That summer, they hired a man to help me get the benches ready for the fall planting.

Mitt always looked like he was three days from a shave and his whiskers were dirty white under the brim of his battered felt fedora.

He did nott chew tobacco but the corners of his mouth turned down in a way that, at any moment, I expected a trickle of thin, brown juice to creep down his chin. His bushy, brown eyebrows shaded pale, gray eyes.

Old Mitt, he extended his hand, lifted his leg like a dog about to mark a bush and let go the loudest fart I ever heard. The old man winked at me. “Mitt Romney is the name and playing pecker’s my game.

I thought he said, “Checkers.” I was nineteen, green as grass. I said, “I was never much good at that game.”

“Now me,” said Mitt, “I just love jumping men. . .”

“I’ll bet you do.”

“. . . and grabbing on to their peckers,” said Mitt.

“I though we were talking about. . .”

“You like jumping old men’s peckers?”

I shook my head.

“I reckon we’ll have to remedy that.” Mitt lifted his right leg and let go another tremendous fart. “He said, “We best be getting to work.”

That summer of1941 was a more innocent time. I learned most of the sex I knew from those little eight pager cartoon booklets of comic-page characters going at it. Young men read them in the privacy of an outside john, played with themselves, by themselves and didn’t brag about it. Sometimes, we got off with a trusted friend and helped each other out.

Under the greenhouse glass, the temperature some times climbed over the hundred degree mark. I had worked stripped to the waist since April and was as browwn as a berry. On only his second day on the job and in the middle of August, Mitt wore old fashioned overalls. Those and socks in his hightop work shoes was every stitch he wore. When he bent forward, the bib front billowed out and I could see the white curly hairs on his chest and belly.

“Me? I just love to eat pussy!”I ke licked his lips from corner to corner then stuck it out far enough that the tip could touch the tip of his nose. He said, A man’s not a man till he knows first hand, the flavor of a lady’s pussy.”

“People do that?”

He winked. “Of course the taste of a hard cock ain’t to be sneezed at neither. Now you answer me, yes or no. Does a man’s cock taste salty or not?”

“I never. . .”

“Well, old Mitt’s willing to let you find out.”

“No way.”

“Just teasing,” said Mitt. “But don’t give me no sass or I’ll show you my ass.” He winked. Might show it to you anyway, if you was to ask.”

“Why would I do that?”

“Curiousity, maybe. I’m guessing you never had a good piece of man ass.”

“I’m no queer.”

“Now don’t be getting judgemental. Enjoying what’s at hand ain’t beiing queer. It’s taking pleasure where you find it with anybody willing.” Mitt slipped a handside the side slit of his overalls and I could tell he was fondling and straightening out his cock. Now I admit I got me a hole that satisfied a few guys.”

I swallowed, hard.

Mitt winked. “Care to be asshole buddies?”


We worked steadily until noon. Mitt drew a worn pocket watch from the bib pocket of his loose overalls and croaked, “Bean time. But first its time to reel out our limber hoses and make with the golden arches before lunch.”

I followed I ke to the end of the greenhouse where he stopped at the outside wall of the potting shed. He opened his fly, fished inside, and finger-hooked a soft white penis with a pouting foreskin puckered half an inch past the hidden head.

“Yes sir,” breathed Mitt, “this old peter needs some draining.” He exhaled a sigh as a strong, yellow stream splattered against the boards and ran down to soak into the earthen floor.

He caught me looking down at him. He winked. “Like what you’re viewing, Boy?”

I looked away.

“You taking a serious interest in old Mitt’s pecker?”

I shook my head.

“Well you just haul out yourn and let old Mitt return the compliment.”

Feeling trapped and really having to go, I fumbled at my fly, turned away slightly, withdrew my penis and strained to start.

“Take your time boy. Let it all hang out. Old Mitt’s the first to admit that he likes looking at another man’s pecker.” He flicked away the last drop of urine and shook his limp penis vigorously.

I tried not to look interested.

“Yer sir, this old peepee feels so good out, I just might leave it out.” He turned to give me a better view.

“What if somebody walks in?”

Mitt shrugged. He looked at my strong yellow stream beating against the boards and moved a step closer. “You got a nice one,boy.”

I glanccd over at him. His cock was definitely larger and beginning to stick straight out. I nodded toward his crotch. “Don’t you think you should put that away?”

“I got me strictly a parlor prick,” said Mitt. “Barely measures six inches.” He grinned. “Of course it’s big enough around to make a mouthful.” He ran a thumb and forefinger along its length and drawing his foreskin back enough to expose the tip of the pink head. “Yersiree.” He grinned, revealing nicotine stained teeth. “I t sure feels good, letting the old boy breathe.”

I knew I should button up and move away. I watched his fingers moving up and down the thickening column.

“You like checking out this old man’s cock?”

I nodded. In spite of myself, my cock began to swell.

“Maybe we should have ourselves a little pecker pulling party.” I ke slid his fingers back and forth on his expandingshaft and winked. “I may be old but I’m not against doing some little pud pulling with a friend.”

I shook my head.

“Maybe I ‘ll give my balls some air. Would you like a viewing of old Mitt’s hairy balls?”

I swallowed hard and moistened my dry lips.

He opened another button on his fly and pulled out his scrotum. “Good God, It feels good to set ‘em free. Now let’s see yours.”


“Just to show you’re neighborly,” said Mitt.

“I don’t think so.” I buttoned up and moved into the potting shed.

Mitt followed, his cock and balls protruding from the front of his overalls. “Overlook my informality.” Mitt grinned. “As you can see I ain’t bashful.”

I nodded and took my sandwich from the brown paper bag.

“Yessir,” said Mitt. “I just might have to have myself an old fashioned peter pulling all by my lonesome. He unhooked a shoulder strap and let his overalls drop around his ankles.

I took a bite of my sandwich but my eyes remained on Mitt.

“Yessiree,” said Mitt, “I got a good one if I do say so myself. Gets nearly as hard as when I was eighteen. You know why?”

I shook my head.

“Cause I keep excerising him. When I was younger I was pulling on it three time a day. Still like to do him every day I can.”

“Some sayyou’ll go blind if you do that too much.”

“Bull-loney!” Don’t you believe that shit. I been puling my pud for close to fifty years and I didn’t start till I was fifteen.”

I laughed.

“You laughing at my little peter, boy?”

“Your hat.” I pointed to the soiled, brown fedora cocked on his head. That and his overalls draped about his ankles were his only items of apparel. In between was a chest full of gray curly hair, two hairy legs. Smack between them stood an erect, pale white cock with a tip of foreskin still hiding the head.

“I am one hairy S.O.B.,” said Mitt.

“I laughed at you wearing nothing but a hat.”

“Covers up my bald spot,” said Mitt. “I got more hair on my ass than I got on my head. Want to see?”

“Your head?”

“No, Boy, my hairy ass and around my tight, brown asshole.” He turned, reached back with both hands and parted his ass cheeks to reveal the small, puckered opening. “There it is, Boy, the entrance lots of good feelings. Tell me, Boy, how would you like to put it up old Mitt’s ass?”

“I don’t think so.”

“That’d be the best damned piece you ever got.”

“We shouldn’t be talking like this.”

“C’mon now, confess, don’t this make your cock perk up a little bit?”

“I reckon,” I confessed.

“You ever seen an old man’s hard cock before,” asked Mitt.

“My grandpa’s when I was twelve or thirteen.”

“How’d that come about?”

He was out in the barn and didn’t know I was around. He dropped his pants. It was real big he did things to it. He saw me and he turned around real fast but I saw it.”

“What did your grandpa do?”

“He said I shouldn’t be watching him doing that. He said something like grandma ‘wouldn’t give him some,’ that morning and that I should get out of there and leave a poor man in peace to do what he had to do.”

“Did you want to join him.”

“I might have if he’d asked. He didn’t.”

“I like showing off my cock,” said Mitt. “A hard-on is somethng I always been proud of. A hard-on proves a man’s a man. Makes me feel like a man that can do things.” He looked up at me and winked. “You getting a hard-on fromall this talk, son?”

I nodded and looked away.

“Then maybe you should pull it out and show old Mitt what you got.”

“We shouldn’t.”

“Hey. A man’s not a man till he jacked off with a buddy.”

I wanted to but I was as nervous as hell.

Mitt grinned and fingered his pecker. “C’mon, Boy, between friends, a little cock showing is perfectly fine. Lets see what you got in the cock and balls department.”

In spite of my reluctance, I felt the stirring in my crotch. I had curiositythat needed satisfying. It had been a long, long time since I had walked in on my grandfather .

“C’mon let’s see it all.”

I shook my head.

“You can join the party anytime, said Mitt. “Just drop your pants and pump away.”

I had the urge. There was a tingling in my crotch. My cock was definitely willing and I had a terrible need to ajust myself down there. But my timidity and the strangeness of it all held me back.

Hope you don’t mind if I play out this hand.” I ke grinned. “It feels like I got a winner.”

I stared at his gnarled hand sliding up and down that pale, white column and I could not look away. I wet my lips and shook my head.

Old Mitt’s about to spout a geyser.” Mitt breathed harder as he winked. “Now if I just had a long finger up my ass. You interested, boy?”

I shook my head.

The first, translucent, white glob crested the top of his cock and and arced to the dirt floor. Mitt held his cock at the base with thumb and forefinger and tightened noticably with each throb of ejaculation until he was finished.

I could not believe any man could do what he had done in front of another human being.

Mitt sighed with pleasure and licked his fingers. “A man ain’t a man till he’s tasted his own juices.”

He squatted, turned on the faucet and picked up the connected hose. He directed the water between his legs and on to his still dripping prick and milked the few remaing drops of white, sticky stuff into the puddle foming at his feet. “Cool water sure feels good on a cock that just shot its wad,” said Mitt.


“Cock-tale telling time,” said Old Mitt. It was the next day and he rubbed the front of his dirty,worn overalls where his bulge made the fly expand as his fingers smoothed the denim around the outline of his expanding cock.

I wasn’t sure what he had in mind but I knew it wasn’t something my straight-laced Grandma would approve of.

“Don’t you like taking your cock out and jacking it?” Mitt licked his lips.

I shook my head in denial.

“Sure you do. A young man in his prime has got to be pulling his pud.”

I stared at his caloused hand moving over the growing bulge at his crotch.

“Like I said,” continued Mitt, “I got me barely six inches when he’s standing up.” He winked at me. “How much you got, son?”

“Almost seven inches. . .” I stuttered. “Last time I measured.”

“And I’m betting it feels real good with your fist wrapped around it.”

“I don’t do. . .”

“Everybody does it.” He scratched his balls and said,”I’ll show you mine if you show me yours.” Then, looking me in the eye, he lifted his leg like a dog at a tree and let out a long, noisy fart.

Denying that I jacked off, I said, “I saw yours yesterday.”

“A man has got to take out his pecker every once in a while.” He winked and his fingers played with a button on his fly. Care to join me today?”

“I don’t think so.”

“What’s the matter, boy? You ashamed of what’s hanging ‘tween your skinny legs?”

“It’s not for showing off.”

“That would be so with a crowd of strangers but with a friend, in a friendly showdown, where’s the harm?

“It shouldn’t be shown to other people. My Grandma said that a long time ago when I went to the bathroom against a tree whan I was seven.

“There’s nothing like a joint pulling among friends to seal a friendship,” said Mitt.

I don’t think so.” I felt very much, ill at ease.

“Then what the fuck is it for,” demanded the old man. “A good man shares his cock with his friends. How old are you boy?”

“Nineteen almost twenty.”

You ever fucked a woman?”


“Ever fucked a man?”

“Of course not.

“Son, you ain’t never lived till you’ve fired your load up a man’s tight ass. “I didn’t know men did that to each other.”

“Men shove it up men’s asses men all the time. They just don’t talk about it like they do pussy.”

“You’ve done that?”

“I admit this old pecker’s been up a few manholes. More than a fewhard cocks have shagged this old ass over the years.” He shook his head, wistfully, “I still have a hankering for a hard one up the old dirt chute.”

“I think that would hurt.”

“First time, it usually does,” agreed I ke. He took a bite from his sandwich.

I looked at my watch. Ten minutes of our lunch hour had already passed.

“We got time for a quickie,” said Mitt. “There’s no one around to say, stop, if were enjoying ourselves.”

He unhooked the slide off the button of one shoulder-strap, pushed the bib of his overalls down to let them fall to his feet.

“Showtime,” said Mitt. Between his legs, white and hairy, his semi-hard cock emerged from a tangled mass of brown and graypubic hair. The foreskin, still puckered beyond the head of the cock, extended downward forty-five degrees from the horizontal but was definitely on the rise.

I could only stare at the man. Until the day before, I had never seen an older man with an erection besides my grandpa.

Mitt moved his fingers along the stalk of his manhood until the head partially emerged, purplish and broad. He removed his hand for a moment and it bobbled obscenely in the subdued light of the potting shed. Mitt leaned back against a bin of clay pots like a model on display. “Like I said, boy, it gets the job done.”

I found it difficult not to watch. “You shouldn’t. . .”

“C’mon, boy. Show Mitt your peckeer. I’m betting it’s nice and hard.”

I grasped my belt and tugged on the open end. I slipped the waistband button and two more before pushing down my blue jeans and shorts down in one move. My cock bounced and slapped my belly as I straightened.”

“That’s a beaut.” Mitt stroked his pale, white cock with the purplish-pink head shining. “I’m betting it’ll grow some more if you stroke it.”

“We really shouldn’t. . .”

“Now don’t tell me you never stroked your hard peter with a buddy.”

“I’ve done that,” I finally admitted,. “But he was the same age as me and it was a long time ago.” I though back to the last time Chuck and me jerked each other off in the loft of our old barn. Chuck wanted more as a going away present and we had sucked each other’s dicks a little bit.

“Jackin’s always better when you do it with somebody,” said Mitt. “Then you can lend each other a helping hand.”

“I don’t know about that,” I said.

Mitt’s hand continued moving on his old cock as he leaned over to inspect mine. “God Damn! Boy. That cock looks good enough to eat.” Mitt licked his lips. “You ever had that baby sucked?”

I shook my head as I watched the old man stroke his hard, pale cock.

“Well boy, I’d sayyou’re packing a real mouthful for some lucky gal or guy.” He grinned. “Well c’mon. Let’s see you get down to some serious jacking. Old Mitt’s way ahead of you.”

I wrapped my fist around my stiff cock and moved the foreskin up and over the head on the up stroke. On the down stroke the expanded corona of the angry, purple head stared obscenely at the naked old man.

Mitt toyed with his modest six inches. “What do you think of this old man’s cock?” His fist rode down to his balls and a cockhead smaller than the barrel stared back at mine.

“I guess I’m thinking this is like doing it with my grandpa.”

“You ever wish you could a done this with your grandpa?”

“I thought about it a lot.”

“Ever see him with a hard-on.”

“I told you about that!”

“Ever think about him doing your grandma?”

“I can’t imagine her ever doing anything with a man.

“Take my word for it, sonny, we know she did it or you wouldn’t be here.” Begrudgingly I nodded in agreement.

“Everybody fucks,” said old Mitt. “They fuck or they jack off.”

“If you say so.”

“Say sonny, your cocks getting real juicy with slickum. Want old I ke to lick some of it away?”

“You wouldn’t.”

Mitt licked his lips as he kept his hand pistoning up and down his hard cock. “You might be surprised what old Mitt might do if he was in the mood for a taste of what comes out of a hard cock.”

And that is what he proceded to do. He sucked me dry.

Then he erupted in half-a-dozen spurts shooting out and onto the dirt floor of the potting shed. He gave his cock a flip and shucked t back into his overalls. He unwrapped a sandwich from its wax paper and procede to eat without washing his hands. He took a bite and chewed. “Nothing like it boy, a good jacking clears the cobwebs from your crotch and gives a man an appetite.”


The following day, We skipped the peliminaries. We dropped our pants. Mitt got down on his knees and sucked me until I was hard and good and wet before he stood and turned.

“C’mon boy, Shove that pretty cock up old I ke’s tight, brown hole and massage old Mitt’s prostate.

Mitt bent forward and gripped the edge of the potting bench. The lean, white cheeked buttocks parted slightly and exposed the dark brown, crinkly, puckered star of his asshole “Now you go slow and ease it along until you’ve got it all the way in,” he cautioned. “This old ass craves your young cock but it don’t want too much too soon. You’ve got to let this old hole stretch to accomodate you.”

“Are you sure you want to do this?”

“Easy boy, easy,” he cautioned. “You feel a lot bigger than you look. Put a little more spit in your cock.”

“It’s awfully tight. I don’t know if it’s going to go or not.”

“”It’ll go,” said Mitt. “There’s been bigger boys than you up the old shit chute.”

I slipped in the the last few inches.. “It’s all in.”

“I can tell,” said Mitt. “Your cock hairs are tickling my ass.”

“Are you ready,” I asked.

“How are you liking old Mitt’s hairy asshole so far?”

“It’s real tight.”

“Tighter than your fist?”

“Might be.”

“Ready to throw a fuck into a man that reminds you of your grandpa.”

“I reckon.”

“I want you should do old Mitt one more favor.”


While you’re pumpin my ass, would you reach around and play with my dick like you would your own? Would you do that for an old man?”

I reached around and took hold of his hard cock sticking out straight in front of him. I pilled the skin back amd then pulled it up and over the expaded glans. I felt my own cock expand inside him as I manipulated his staff in my fingers. I imagined that my cock extended through him and I was playing with what came out the other side of him.

“C’mon, boy, ram that big cock up the old shitter and make me know it. God Damn! tickle that old prostate and make old Mitt come!”
I came. And I came. Mitt’s tightened up on my cock and I throbbed Roman Candle bursts into that brown hole as I pressed into him. His hairy, scrawny ass flattened against my crotch and we were joined as tightly as two humans can be.

“A man’s not a man till he’s cum in another man.” said old Mitt. “You made it, boy. But still, a man’s not a man till he’s had a hard cock poked up his ass at least once.”

Every time I think of that scene, I get another hard-on. Then I remember the next day when old Mitt returned the favor.

I never have managed to come that hard again. If only Mitt were here.

Focus Will Be On Economy (4, Insightful)

ScentCone (795499) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956667)

No matter how much the left will want to make this about Ryan wanting to kill little old ladies (as in their ad showing him literally throwing one off a cliff), what this will really do is force people like Biden (in debates, with Ryan) to directly address some specific things that the current administration would really, really rather not talk about. Which is good for everyone, no matter how the voting goes.

Re:Focus Will Be On Economy (5, Informative)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40957065)

Your country doesn't have a left wing.

Using a battleship as a symbol? (3, Insightful)

Mspangler (770054) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956687)

Fine message to send. "My Party is an obsolete old rustbucket that went aground so hard it was laid up for years as they patched it together again. Oh by the way, it uses so much oil to get anywhere we can't afford to run it anymore."

On the other hand, maybe it is an appropriate message after all. And I say this as a Navy veteran and former resident of Wisconsin.

Pro Move, Romney (4, Insightful)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956695)

So Romney, who has attacked Obama for having "no private sector experience" taps a career politician to be his VP. One with less executive experience than Sarah Palin, and one who has advocated for what Newt Gingrich called "right-wing social engineering".

Nice one, Mittens.

Re:Pro Move, Romney (0, Insightful)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956875)

So Romney, who has attacked Obama for having "no private sector experience" taps a career politician to be his VP. One with less executive experience than Sarah Palin, and one who has advocated for what Newt Gingrich called "right-wing social engineering".

Nice one, Mittens.

Yeah, Mitt could have picked some guy who spent 1/2 a term in a state legislature, then quit halfway through his first Senate term, then bumbled his way to a $2 trillion dollar a year deficit, the highest by-far U6 unemployment rate [] since the Great Depression AND who can only flail about always blaming somebody else.

But you probable thin Obumbles is a shining success, don't you?

Despite the loss of literally millions of jobs and the lowest EMPLOYMENT rate in the US in over 80 years (and note well that the U6 unemployment rate didn't spike up to 16% until after Obumbles was in office.

Re:Pro Move, Romney (5, Insightful)

icebraining (1313345) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956971)

Criticizing Mitt Romney makes one automatically an Obama fan?

I guess that's what happens when your mind is distorted by a de-facto two party system, though thankfully not every American has succumbed to this.

Re:Pro Move, Romney (1)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40957003)

So Romney, who has attacked Obama for having "no private sector experience" taps a career politician to be his VP. One with less executive experience than Sarah Palin, and one who has advocated for what Newt Gingrich called "right-wing social engineering".

Nice one, Mittens.

So now they have two people, one with significant private sector experience and one with significant political experience. That actually doesn't sound crazy.

Doesn't make sense (4, Insightful)

Ogive17 (691899) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956713)

Why pick a guy that appeals to those on the far right of the spectrum when you already know none of those people would ever vote for Obama....

Maybe Romney will try to paint himself as more of a moderate now?

Re:Doesn't make sense (2, Insightful)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956817)

It's more about getting the far right to bother to show up on voting day. American politics is really more about energizing the base rather than trying to convince the near-extinct creature that is the swing voter.

Re:Doesn't make sense (5, Insightful)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956827)

Why pick a guy that appeals to those on the far right of the spectrum when you already know none of those people would ever vote for Obama....

To help give them motivation to go vote at all. Plenty of conservatives look at Obama and look at Romney and don't see a lot of difference (from their point of view). If it doesn't matter (to them) who wins, why bother voting?

Re:Doesn't make sense (3, Insightful)

Rostin (691447) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956869)

More of a moderate? I think the problem he's trying to fix is that he's already perceived as too much of one. Hell, as far as I'm concerned, Romney and Obama are practically the same, once you strip away all the silly campaign rhetoric. You're right that there's no danger of those on the "far right" voting for Obama, but that doesn't automatically mean that they'll turn out to support Romney, either.

Re:Doesn't make sense (1)

Ogive17 (691899) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956905)

If it wasn't clear, I meant to say "never"... wups!

Re:Doesn't make sense (5, Interesting)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956945)

Why pick a guy that appeals to those on the far right of the spectrum when you already know none of those people would ever vote for Obama....

Maybe Romney will try to paint himself as more of a moderate now?

I always thought that Romney (or McCain the last time) had chosen Colin Powell it would have been a much better strategic decision to fight the Democrats. You'd also be showing people that you were planning a split from Bush in many ways.

Of course that'd be logical, and not something the crazies that have taken over the Republican party would listen to. I think the GOP needs to go full retard/crazy and get their electoral asses handed to them a few times for sense to come back to them—I'm just worried that the lesson they would learn is not that they've gone too far, but haven't gone far enough.

Thankfully I'm Canadian so I only have to worry about the secondary effects of all this madness.

Re:Doesn't make sense (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956961)

Maybe Romney will try to paint himself as more of a moderate now?

He's going to have to in order to woo the independents. You will see him start to talk more like the ex-Massechusettes governor he was.

Pail Ryan, is to give Romney more appeal to the Tea Baggers and to distract from his Mormonism so that the Evangelicals will be less hesitant to vote for the ticket.

Although, there's going to be a HUGE segment of the Republican base who will vote for the Romney/Ryan ticket because it's anti Obama.

Just my observation from being in the middle of Tea Party-Evangelical-vote Republican always-get that Black Boy out of the Whitehouse-Bible Belt.

Don't demonize opponents (1, Insightful)

JOrgePeixoto (853808) | more than 2 years ago | (#40957117)

Just my observation from being in the middle of Tea Party-Evangelical-vote Republican always-get that Black Boy out of the Whitehouse-Bible Belt.

There are legitimate grounds to oppose President Obama; it is disingenious to yell "SHUT UP you racist!" everytime someone criticizes bailouts or oppose federal medicine.

NOTE: I am not opposing federal medicine, just arguing that we should get over skin color.

Re:Doesn't make sense (1)

Lehk228 (705449) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956987)

romney wanted a VP pick who would make the tea party AND the democrats happy

Far right? Oh please (4, Insightful)

JOrgePeixoto (853808) | more than 2 years ago | (#40957083)

hy pick a guy that appeals to those on the far right

"Far right"? Don't demonize your political adversareis. This causes polarization, hatred, alienation and isolation. It also makes collabortation almost imposssible.
Paul Ryan is not "far right" any more than the DEM is "far left".

You forgot the sarcasm tag. (0)

publiclurker (952615) | more than 2 years ago | (#40957111)

believe it or not, there are actually morons out there ignorant enough to actually believe you are serious.

Re:Doesn't make sense (3, Interesting)

fm6 (162816) | more than 2 years ago | (#40957109)

Yeah, the far right will never vote for Obama. But if they think they're being ignored they might not vote at all.

There's also the matter of mending fences with the party leadership and other power brokers, who control money, volunteers, etc. All of them are solid far right these days. They were the ones that wouldn't let McCain have a moderate running mate.

As a Wisconsinite (3, Interesting)

AngryDeuce (2205124) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956719)

I fine this particularly lulzy. I don't think he could have picked a less likable running mate.

Re:As a Wisconsinite (1)

vlm (69642) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956903)

Greetings fellow wisconsinite

Aside from the political talking points blather that I'm hearing a lot of, the mystification from a pure game theory approach is "why wisconsin"... instead of near anyplace else.

Last time around the 1%er candidate with the PR campaign of "change" beat the 1% candidate with the message of (damfino, maybe be a good quisling like me and the 1%ers will be nice to you?). The margin was 6 percent. I hesitate to suspect that Paul will win WI for the quisling party. Its not like the north side of milwaukee is going to suddenly vote for the white guy who happens to be from WI instead of the black guy, or down town madison hard core leftie types will change their spots either. But, lets assume a miracle occurs and the quisling party takes WI... that gives a staggering 10 electoral votes to the quisling party.

However the quisling party lost by 190-something votes last time... Now they'll lose by 180 votes if he wins WI. Hmm is the poison-Palin effect worth more than 180 electoral votes? I don't think so. On the other hand is the "Gordon Gekko" effect of the candidate worse than the poison-palin effect?

So Obama's getting a second term. Whats the phrase, something like "gonna win unless they find a live boy or dead girl in his bed" or something like that? Whats the tech effect of a second term, if any?

Re:As a Wisconsinite (0)

jamstar7 (694492) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956921)

Two words. Sarah Palin.

Your move.

Re:As a Wisconsinite (0)

bky1701 (979071) | more than 2 years ago | (#40957005)

I have actually come to appreciate Palin's antics since the last election. She horribly scared me back then - now she seems harmless and amusing.

Re:As a Wisconsinite (4, Insightful)

Trepidity (597) | more than 2 years ago | (#40957063)

I think part of the reason she seems more harmless and amusing now is that the likelihood of her ever occupying the Presidency has declined. Palin as political pundit vs. Palin as a person one McCain health problem away from the Oval Office are pretty different scenarios.

Diversity (1)

zitsky (303560) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956725)

It's disappointing that Romney couldn't find a diversity candidate, a woman, African-American, Latino etc. How does he expect to beat Obama in the election with this ticket? Saying the economy is terrible isn't enough.

For those that wonder how this article got on the front page, remember it's News for nerds, stuff that matters. I think a presidential election is something that matters.

Re:Diversity (4, Insightful)

RLiegh (247921) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956759)

. I think a presidential election is something that matters.

And you're wrong. The whole plan for the republicans is to lose the presidency, but remain an obstructive (or destructive) legislative force in the senate, congress and supreme court.

The whole race is just bread and circuses; even more so once you consider that both parties are right wing by any sane standard...

Re:Diversity (4, Insightful)

polar red (215081) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956859)

consider that both parties are right wing by any sane standard.

+1 informative.

Re:Diversity (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956899)

It only makes sense because the United States of America is a conservative, religious, right leaning country. Why would anyone be surprised when their leaders reflect the values and traditions of their constituencies?

Re:Diversity (4, Insightful)

DNS-and-BIND (461968) | more than 2 years ago | (#40957037)

By what standard? The far-left standard? Jeez, if you're to the right of Mao Zedong you get tarred and feathered these days. Not to mention your bizarre opinions of the Pubs aspiration for the Presidency. How, pray tell, does losing help in the supreme court? The sitting President nominates new members. Of course, if you're a Euro-leftist (the only sane people left in the world), you likely have no idea of how the American system works. Give the Constitution a glance, it's a good read. Influenced by Europeans, it was, that should make everyone happy.

Re:Diversity (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956763)

Yes because we should pick someone based upon their color of skin because that is the 100% reason we should pick anyone for a job.

Re:Diversity (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956837)

This is one of the few jobs where that is actually legal.
May as well take advantage of it.

Re:Diversity (5, Interesting)

ScentCone (795499) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956833)

So you think that skin color or gender is what makes a person correct for a given job? Do you understand how absurd that actually sounds? I guess not.

Re:Diversity (0)

danceswithtrees (968154) | more than 2 years ago | (#40957089)

OK, I'll bite. That does sound absurd. But then explain why politicians are _overwhelmingly_ white, male, and christian. Why is it that you can _accuse_ a politician of being muslim? It is absurd but to ignore the real state of the current situation is even more absurd.

Another thing, invoking Ayn Rand as a guiding light for economics makes about as much sense as invoking Gene Roddenberry for space exploration.

Re:Diversity (1)

Trepidity (597) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956883)

There was speculation that Romney would pick a woman as running-mate, but the problem is that too many high-profile Republican women are pro-choice, which is a disqualifying factor with the GOP base. That removes five of the best possible options of highly qualified, popular Republican women: Susan Collins or Olympia Snow (Maine Senators), Linda Lingle (former Hawaii Governor), Lisa Murkowski (Alaska Senator), or Jodi Rell (former Connecticut governor).

What's left? Well there are some who are way too far on the other side to be appealing to independents. Romney could've energized his base by picking Michelle Bachmann, for example, but it would probably not win him the election. Same with Jan Brewer (Arizona governor).

Once you remove the two categories of "too moderate" and "too firebrand", the remaining GOP women tend not to have much name recognition. Who else would he pick?

Re:Diversity (4, Insightful)

LocalH (28506) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956925)

Anyone who votes for any candidate at any level of government because of the color of the candidate's skin does not deserve to vote. Of all the criteria out there, skin color is the least important (and gender is right down there on the same level, not more nor less important).

Re:Diversity (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956927)

"It's disappointing that Romney couldn't find a diversity candidate..."

He did. I'm assuming you're using the word 'diversity' to mean 'put upon, discriminated-against cohort'. Right?

I mean, how many right-wing, misogynist, Seig-Randian, middle-aged white guys are there these days, anyway? Fewer than any of the groups you mention: women, certainly; African-Americans or Latinos, almost as likely.

If Mittens wins (doubtful - but there's always Diebold...), Ryan could get all we gamers as close as we'll ever get - in a non-fiction world - to a zombie apocalypse. Instead of giving us zombies, he'll take away all the trillions we've paid into Social Security, calling it an 'entitlement' program, and pass out automatic weapons with 50-round magazines to everyone under forty: "Go get those shambling oldsters, boys!"

It'll be perfectly cricket, I'm sure - no baiting the killing zones with cans of cat food...

Re:Diversity (1, Funny)

vlm (69642) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956931)

It's disappointing that Romney couldn't find a diversity candidate

Show a little compassion to the mentally ill. He is a mostly neocon after all, or at least a fellow traveler, so obviously a complete nutcase.
Nothing personal but its kind of like those distasteful comments about Obama being only 1/2 white or whatever.

Re:Diversity (1)

bky1701 (979071) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956955)

Do you pay attention? The last thing the average Republican wants is "diversity" in their candidate. Most of them are still trying to justify that odd feeling they have Obama is not an American.

Re:Diversity (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40957139)

Exactly, us white men are dying out, and just need to die out faster to create the perfect world with no racists and 100% diversity.

It's Africa for the Africans, Asia for the Asians, white countries for everybody!

Everybody says there is this race problem. Everybody says this race problem will be solved when the third world pours into EVERY white country and ONLY into white countries.

The Netherlands and Belgium are just as crowded as Japan or Taiwan, but nobody says Japan or Taiwan will solve this race problem by bringing in millions of third worlders and quote assimilating unquote with them.

Everybody says the final solution to this race problem is for EVERY white country and ONLY white countries to “assimilate,” i.e., intermarry, with all those non-whites.

What if I said there was this race problem and this race problem would be solved only if hundreds of millions of non-blacks were brought into EVERY black country and ONLY into black countries?

How long would it take anyone to realize I’m not talking about a race problem. I am talking about the final solution to the black problem?

And how long would it take any sane black man to notice this and what kind of psycho black man wouldn’t object to this?

But if I tell that obvious truth about the ongoing program of genocide against my race, the white race, Liberals and respectable conservatives agree that I am a naziwhowantstokillsixmillionjews.

They say they are anti-racist. What they are is anti-white.

Anti-racist is a code word for anti-white.

not a surprise, but not sure what to discuss (1)

Trepidity (597) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956733)

I don't see a real tech angle on this, and it's not even particularly surprising or that interesting from a political angle. GOP candidate makes reasonably "safe" GOP choice, perhaps leaning right, but given his current party, it's not like there was much elsewhere he could've leant. I was vaguely intrigued by a suggestion [] that Romney could try a gambit of picking a pro-choice moderate to win over independents, at the risk of really pissing off the Republican base. But I don't think anyone seriously expected that to happen.

Overall I think the pick is a NOOP; few people who previously disliked Romney are now going to be won over, and vice versa.

This will energize both sides (4, Insightful)

Tony Isaac (1301187) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956747)

Republicans will be (mostly) pleased with Romney's choice, since Ryan has built up some street cred with them through his knock-down, drag-out fight with Democrats in Wisconsin. But Democrats see Ryan as a monster who must be stopped at all costs, and will likely be motivated to come out and vote against him. It should be an interesting election.

Wisconsin's policies were disproven. (5, Informative)

Bananenrepublik (49759) | more than 2 years ago | (#40957079)

Interestingly the fight in Wisconsin lead to Wisconsin being distanced by the rest of the USA in what concerns job performance. See this graph [] which shows the total number of nonfarm employees in Wisconsin (blue) vs. the entire US (red). Note how in early 2011, when Wisconsin's job creation policies were enacted Wisconsin stopped following the upwards trend of the country. (Details: the graph is normalized to the 2009 numbers, any other pre-2011 normalization wouldn't change the picture; nonfarm to not be distorted by seasonal variations; employment numbers instead of unemployment to accoutn for people leaving the state).

I don't know how much of Wisonsin's policies Ryan could claim for himself, but it certainly looks like he shouldn't at all.

Wikipedia analysis was wrong (5, Interesting)

Milharis (2523940) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956767)

Looks like the story from the other day about knowing Romney's VP from Wikipedia edits was wrong.
Wikipedia Edits Forecast Romney's Vice Presidential Pick []

Re:Wikipedia analysis was wrong (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956851)

The story wasn't necessarily wrong, considering the last line...

"Of course, Memmott adds, somebody who knows about the 2008 Wiki tea leaves may just be messing with our minds.""

It's a conspiracy maaaaaan!

Re:Wikipedia analysis was wrong (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956853)

That only works the first time, until others catch on. Just like high frequency trading.

Mitt Romney introduces Paul Ryan as the next Pres (1)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956783)

Re:Mitt Romney introduces Paul Ryan as the next Pr (5, Funny)

Trepidity (597) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956891)

Perhaps Romney is simultaneously announcing his choice of running mate and his plan to commit suicide if elected.

Screw It! I am going to vote for (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956785)

What ever candidate had a father who was NOT a bigamist!

And you thought the Win8 UI was ugly.... (1)

gishzida (591028) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956809)

This seems to be the political equivalent of Microsoft's forthcoming release of Windows Vista 2.0... Pretty, but dysfunctional... sleek but pointless, rich but morally and ethically bankrupt.

Re:And you thought the Win8 UI was ugly.... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956907)

This seems to be the political equivalent of Microsoft's forthcoming release of Windows Vista 2.0... Pretty, but dysfunctional... sleek but pointless, rich but morally and ethically bankrupt.

Ummm, Obama's actually the current President of the 57 states.

Re:And you thought the Win8 UI was ugly.... (4, Informative)

gishzida (591028) | more than 2 years ago | (#40957075)

Michelle Bachmann is that you?
"Carbon dioxide is portrayed as harmful. But there isn't even one study that can be produced that shows that carbon dioxide is a harmful gas." -Rep. Michelle Bachmann, April, 2009

or is it Sarah Palin?

  "But obviously, we've got to stand with our North Korean allies." --Sarah Palin, after being asked how she would handle the current hostilities between the two Koreas, interview on Glenn Beck's radio show, Nov. 24, 2010

or Paul Ryan?

“The reason I got involved in public service, by and large, if I had to credit one thinker, one person, it would be Ayn Rand,” Ryan said at a D.C. gathering four years ago honoring the author of “Atlas Shrugged” and “The Fountainhead.”

but in April 2012 he said

“I reject her philosophy,” Ryan told National Review on Thursday. “It’s an atheist philosophy. It reduces human interactions down to mere contracts and it is antithetical to my worldview. If somebody is going to try to paste a person’s view on epistemology to me, then give me Thomas Aquinas. Don’t give me Ayn Rand.”

Politicians... gotta love 'em...

Unapologetic Seeker of HUGE COCK (-1)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956841)

I would like to find a DL fuck buddy. I have no race issues. Not looking for anyone to pick out china with - I just want to have someone to call when I need some huge cock - and be someone they can call when they need to take a load (or two or three) off.

I am a master of massage and could teach a class on the art of the blow job - my ass is tight and I know how to clamp down and send you into orbit.

I happen to enjoy the energy of those younger than me, hung, gentlemen who have a lot of stamina and strength - but it's all about chemistry.

Six one, one sixty five, hairy chest, legs and arms, fit, silver on top, clean shaven. I am negative and never allow bareback, but enjoy a facial or a throat coating.

Happy to host in West Chelsea. I always have nice things to drink. I'm cool with 420. No PNP, ever.

Re:Unapologetic Seeker of HUGE COCK (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40957143)

Wow. Who told you this was craigslist?

They're all terrible (-1, Troll)

skipkent (1510) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956873)

four years of Obama would do less damage than eight years of Romney.
four years of Obama would do the same damage as four years of Romney
four years of either will cause economic CARNAGE in the US.
A tsunami of economic woes is about to land on America's shores from Europe's mountainous debts.

The US is in a VERY precarious position with it's MOUNTAINOUS debts.
In a lot of ways it is in a worse position than Europe, the markets just haven't woken up to that fact.
$16tn of National Debt + $84tn of unfunded liabilities.

The US has just reached a MAJOR milestone.
It is 100 TRILLION DOLLARS in the hole.

Romey has said NO CUTS.
His budget is INSANE.
The 2012 military budget is $1,219bn
Romney and the Ryan budget want to INCREASE it.
I have seen conflicting reports.
One said an extra $2.1 tn over a 4 year term.
One said more than $200bn each and every year ad infinitum (I think it was $238bn).

Ryan's budget is totally absolutely INSANE

but but but... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956877)

he he he's not black, female, or even Hispanic! he's not Mormon either! what's Romney trying to do?!? lose?

Re:but but but... (1)

vlm (69642) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956991)

he he he's not black, female, or even Hispanic!

They're going to vote D no matter what you do, so the R can ignore them because they have no possible political use for them, and the D can ignore them because they're guaranteed votes as long as you make a speech or two. They're not politically important blocks.

None of the 95% of black people who voted for "O" will vote for anyone else, so why bother pandering to them. Now some white guys might change and vote for Ryan, thats why he's important.

Strange... (1)

publiclurker (952615) | more than 2 years ago | (#40957145)

They had no problems voting for white people when they were the best candidates in other elections. Seems like you are transferring your own bigotry onto others.

Gay Open Anus To Shit Everywhere (-1)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956895)

Goatse announces that he uses Windows 7, Linux users get butthurt everywhere.

Ryan is an Ayn Randroid! just like Greenspan! (5, Informative)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956915)

Ayn Rand also nearly worshipped a sadistic child murderer and mutilator. She called this man "ideal".... Ayn Rand's Early Inspiration: A Child Killer

This certainly belongs in the "you can't make this stuff up" category. As J. Brendan Ritchie, who flagged it for me, wrote: "Apparently Ayn Rand was heavily inspired by (and admired) a psychopath. Incidently, objectivism now makes a lot more sense to me."

The best way to get to the bottom of Ayn Rand's beliefs is to take a look at how she developed the superhero of her novel, Atlas Shrugged , John Galt. Back in the late 1920s, as Ayn Rand was working out her philosophy, she became enthralled by a real-life American serial killer, William Edward Hickman, whose gruesome, sadistic dismemberment of 12-year-old girl named Marion Parker in 1927 shocked the nation. Rand filled her early notebooks with worshipful praise of Hickman. According to biographer Jennifer Burns, author of Goddess of the Market , Rand was so smitten with Hickman that she modeled her first literary creation -- Danny Renahan, the protagonist of her unfinished first novel, The Little Street -- on him.

What did Rand admire so much about Hickman? His sociopathic qualities: "Other people do not exist for him, and he does not see why they should," she wrote, gushing that Hickman had "no regard whatsoever for all that society holds sacred, and with a consciousness all his own. He has the true, innate psychology of a Superman. He can never realize and feel 'other people.'"

Lets get down to accountability.... (0)

3seas (184403) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956949)

Politicians should be a minor issue, no different than being a job applicant for the people to hire, based on the applicants ability to integrate and implement the funding instructions of the people

The Government has failed budgeting and accounting massively. []
Why do we still use Voting machines? - []
Contrary to what many think, the U.S. is not a Democracy, its a Republic - []
"No Taxation without representation" So do lying politicians represent you? (one of many links) []

So how do we correct these obvious spoiled addiction failures?

Taxpayers are to define where their taxes are to be allocated/used. Me regarding mine and your regarding yours, etc. Like open source or crowd sourcing fund. Option to "trust the government to decide" is also available to those who do, or some portion of their taxes. The tax processors at all the different levels of government (i.e. local, state, federal) are to allocate each taxpayers taxes as instructed by that taxpayer and provide a receipt of having done so. If the tax processing agencies of government cannot do this then we can do this through credit unions and provide the tax processing agencies with receipts to our funding. Government must prove it is using our funding correctly before it is reimbursed (obviously it has unlimited borrowing power otherwise we'd not be in such deficit). It is the debt of the few who created the debt not by the choice of the people but by their own decision. This way they can file bankruptcy rather than bankrupting those not responsible for teh actions of the obviously spoiled.

The voting process is only to determine who to hire to implement the job the taxpayers and voters (who can vote to help determine where the funding of "trust the government to decide") is used. This way "No Taxation without representation" is not violated.

Of course this means government has to be transparent regarding what it believes it needs funding for and each of the people can decide for themselves to fund or not. However, amendment 16 of the U.S. Constitution give power to congress to lay and collect taxes. However if does not and cannot say where those taxes are to be used. Otherwise it would be in violation of the Declaration of Independence (a document that gives each of us the right and duty to do this core change).

Taxes are to be used within the constraint of: Supporting the organized structures for the optimization of teamwork benefits shared and the funding of generating such benefits. Taxes are not to be defined by the tax payers or voters as being beneficial solely to that taxpayer or voter, but must be in a manner of teamwork benefits shared.

The only thing lacking here for this core change to be initiated is the paper work for the taxpayers to define where the taxes they pay are to be used and the allocation system for the tax processors which include a receipt/verification feedback loop. We file tax returns at least once a year, and here is where we allocate/instruct government of where our funding is to be used.

Does any of the babbling of political campaigns express any candidates ability to do this job?

Giant douche or turd sandwich! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40956973)


Lookin at for paul ryan... Hey guess whos the bankers, traders, and insurance companies boy!
4 more years of the same ol shit!

No matter who wins. America loses. Again.

Romney introduces Ryan as the next President (5, Funny)

frank249 (100528) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956975)

Video of Romney introducing Ryan as the next president here [] . Later he comes back, puts his arm around Ryan and says he has been know to make a few mistakes. Great start.

Great choice for Democrats (4, Insightful)

HangingChad (677530) | more than 2 years ago | (#40956999)

Now the Dems can segue from pounding on Romney about not releasing his tax returns to pounding on Republicans about wanting to turn Medicare into a voucher program so rich people don't have to pay more in taxes.

Whoever decided to release this on Saturday should be beat with sticks. Had the announcement gone out on Monday, they could have owned the news cycle. Now the Dems will have their surrogates ready with a simple talking point that they can just keep hammering all the way to November.

The best thing I can say about picking Ryan is it was better than picking Sarah Palin.

Challenge Ryan's economics (4, Insightful)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#40957019)

Austerity is a death spiral that creates needless suffering at a time when govt should be fulfilling the Constitutional mandate to "provide for the general welfare."

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