So, you want to be a Republican? It is as though you are in school, just say no, kid. Look, one simply need be a racist and a so-called 'Constitutionalist.' I still haven't figured out how that plays in tune with the Bible. At any rate, seriously, there is nothing admirable about voting for people who hate you. Seeing as the Republican Party hate immigrants it is a bit counterproductive to vote for these folks. Let's face it, Paul Ryan's recent comments on a radio program indicate the dichotomy of the fluctuation from rationality to blatant racism, inequality, bigotry, and a sense of disconnection from reality. Now, there are many things I disagree with the Democratic party on, so it's not a stretch to say, for the most part; I'm impartial; however, the lack of trust as well as the previously stated objections in the Republican Party, it is safe to say, I am not for the GOP.
On a radio program Paul Ryan stated there is a problem in our 'inner cities;' people are not wanting to work and are looking for a free lunch kind of talk. Well at a town hall meeting an African American, rightly so, called Ryan out on his comments. What I found interesting is the black man pointed out 'inner cities' refers to African Americans.
Ryan stated the following. “After reading the transcript of yesterday morning’s interview, it is clear that I was inarticulate about the point I was trying to make. I was not implicating the culture of one community—but of society as a whole.”
You know what, I take back what I previously said. Because I totally, buy Ryan's excuse.