Paul Ryan & GOP “OUT to LUNCH” |Continues Their Attack on the Poor, Black Americans & the Hungry



3 Chics would be remiss, if we didn’t address Paul Ryan and the GOP’s continued attack on the poor.

IT MUST BE 2014; TIME FOR ANOTHER ELECTION. And we have the same cast of characters from the GOP Clown Car, the LOSERS rearing their ugly big red noses and big shoes.





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Paul Ryan continues with the GOP MEME of poor Americans taking from America’s economy. In this instance, Ryan LIES about a little boy and his preference for a brown bag lunch.   We see you, Lil  Eddie Musnter.  See Paul Ryan can’t even do this:


Ryan characterized School lunch programs as offering these children “a full stomach and an empty soul. “One look in Paul Ryan’s eyes, and one can see he’s the empty SOUL.  But this is what Ryan and the GOP do.  They CO-OPT/STEAL ideas to further their agenda of vilifying the poor and sick.  And it does NOT matter to these fools that every word they utter is being recorded and an be instantly replayed before they drop the mic.

Maurice Maczyck tells the story here:

Read more here on the Invisible Thread.

The GOP must be called out for their obvious schemes to ROB the poor and give to the RICH.

We’ve been calling it like we see it for years.

Remember MHP’s Righteous RANT? This took place the week of the 2012 DNC.

****And this morning on Bill Bennett’s rightwing radio show****:

Paul Ryan Blames Poverty On Lazy ‘Inner City’ Men

“We have got this tailspin of culture, in our inner cities in particular, of men not working and just generations of men not even thinking about working or learning the value and the culture of work, and so there is a real culture problem here that has to be dealt with,” he said.

Economic Disparity

*ECONOMIC DISPARITY Ain’t a Black Thing; IT’s A NATIONAL Thing…We’re Just the “Canaries In the Coal Mine”

And President Obama calls it like it is:

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6 Responses to Paul Ryan & GOP “OUT to LUNCH” |Continues Their Attack on the Poor, Black Americans & the Hungry

  1. Ametia says:

    MSNBC’s Capehart Chides Paul Ryan on ‘Inner City’ Problems and ‘Culture’

    On Saturday, MSNBC’s Jonathan Capehart, who was filling in for Melissa Harris-Perry, delivered an open letter to Paul which laid out just how much the congressman has to learn about the “inner city.”

    Capehart applauded Paul’s apparent effort to visit with African-American men in inner city neighborhoods, but said, “if you came to the conclusion that their ‘culture’ was to blame for black male unemployment being near double the national average, I can’t help but wonder if you learned anything during your visit.”

    Instead, Capehart decided to help Paul by explaining that it was the “end result of discriminatory housing policies enacted decades ago by federal, state and local governments that created a cycle of residential segregation for black people that persists to this day.”

  2. Paul Ryan Agrees to Meet with Congressional Black Caucus After ‘Inner-City’ Remarks

    Republican Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan, whose remarks about inner-city poverty were described by another member of Congress as a “thinly veiled racial attack,” has accepted the invitation of the Congressional Black Caucus to discuss poverty. CBC Chairwoman Marcia Fudge and Rep. Gwen Moore sent a letter to Ryan, saying they were “deeply troubled” and offended by his remarks on Bill Bennett’s influential Morning in America radio show Wednesday about a “tailspin of culture, in our inner cities in particular, of men not working, and just generations of men not even thinking about working or learning the value and the culture of work.” Ryan has since said that he was “inarticulate” in making those comments. “I was not implicating the culture of one community—but of society as a whole. We have allowed our society to isolate or quarantine the poor rather than integrate people in our communities.” (National Journal)

  3. rikyrah says:

    FROM TOWN about Eddie Munster Ryan:


    If Paul Ryan had just given his little speech to Bill Bennett* and not cited the Bell Curve, he could kinda, sorta get the benefit of the doubt. But he cited a book that specifically said black people were genetically inferior to and genetically less intelligent than white people, nothing could be done to change that and so we must stop all social programs geared to blacks because they won’t do any good.

    If you’re known for wanting to shut down social programs, you’re citing a book that says we need to shut down social programs for blacks because they’re stupid & the social program won’t help, but you’re giving a speech to someone* proposing a social program to require “inner city men” to work…how does that make sense? If you want to cut programs altogether how are you “requiring” inner city men to work? Work for what? Work for the benefits you’re trying to cut?

    And it’s not the men who are getting the benefits, it’s the women…and the Bell Curve specifically states that social programs need to be cut so black women are discouraged from having babies because blacks are inferior and America needs to discourage inferior people from breeding. Welfare encourages black women to have babies so we need to end welfare so black women will STOP having babies.

    So, if it’s not the men getting the benefits, again, what is the program you propose to “require” them to work? And if they don’t work, what is the penalty for them not working? Are you proposing a type of work camp or slavery and if they don’t acquiese, jail time? If you are proposing jail time for black men who don’t work, you are literally proposing the government take away somebody’s freedom…freedom that you claim you love so much as a “patriot.”

    THIS is what black journalists should be investigating, not why Obama didn’t create My Sister’s Keepers or whether Lupita Nyong’o is a fetish. What kind of program is Paul Ryan proposing and how will he “require” these inner city men to work?

    *Bill Bennett, who used to be the Secretary of Education, once claimed crime rates in America would drastically drop if all the black babies were aborted.

  4. rikyrah says:

    Imani ABL @AngryBlackLady

    How can you even listen to what Paul Ryan said and try to dance around whether or not he’s racist?
    3:30 PM – 12 Mar 2014

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