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Leftist Media Hacks Waste No Time In Attacking Paul Ryan

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This is just a taste of what we have to look forward to.

Ron Futrell reports at Breitbart:

It was a safe prediction that I made earlier this week that the Activist Old Media would work to destroy Mitt Romney’s choice for vice president. The attacks began even before the early morning announcement of Paul Ryan.

Witness CNN late Friday night. John King calls Ryan a “risky pick,” then adds, “the Ryan Budget that Romney has now embraced has some very controversial choices, some tough choices.” Controversial? It’s the only budget that has actually passed. It’s been more than three years since Harry Reid has even brought a budget to the Senate to vote on, because he knows America would vote against any Senator foolish enough to vote for a Reid budget. Then there’s Barack Obama’s budget plan. It didn’t get a single vote. Not a single vote. 414-0 were the results against the Obama budget (hey, at least he united Congress on that issue.) King calls the Ryan Budget “controversial,” when Democrat efforts have been totally futile, or no effort at all.

Wolf Blitzer joined the fray and said that the Ryan Budget will be the major attack zone for Barack Obama. Like King, he failed to mention that Reid doesn’t have the guts to present a budget, and Obama got shutout.

Read more at Breitbart

While covering the rally where Romney offically announced his running mate, MSNBC’s Andrea  Mitchell called Paul Ryan “not a pick for suburban moms, not a pick for women”:


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Apparently Mitchell is laboring under the delusion that suburban moms would rather support a candidate who’s intent on selling their children and grandchildren into a lifetime of debt slavery.

These people are so single minded, they think “pro-woman” means just ONE thing: the so-called “right” to kill your own child en utero. They’re not thinking about women who are struggling to feed their kids and put gas in the car and make sure their kids get a decent education. They’re not thinking about women who worry their children will grow up with liberty lost, buried under a mountain of debt and punishing taxes.  The thought of my kids spending their lives being forced to fund an oppressive socialist welfare state that strips them of their rights makes me physically ill. It’s what keeps me going in this fight when I just want to throw in the towel. I can’t look them in the eyes and say, “Mommy didn’t do anything to stop it.”

Twitter is aflutter with liberals whining that Paul Ryan is a white guy.  The liberal obsession with skin color continues unabated. The rest of the country could care less. Only sexists and racists give a rat’s behind whether he’s a white male or not. The rest of us are concerned with his fiscally conservative principles as our country is heading over a fiscal cliff!

In reality, this is why they hate him so much:

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Ryan, like every GOP Vice Presidential nominee before him, is in the Leftist media’s cross hairs.   Lets hope the American public are  savvy enough to know a coordinated smear campaign when they see one.

Cross posted at ThoughtsFromAConservativeMom.com

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