THE DAILY PEN: ROMNEY HEEDS WARNING BY PICKING ELIGIBLE RUNNING MATE
OFF ON THE RIGHT FOOT: After four years under an illegally ensconced Obama administration, Mitt Romney courageously heeds widespread warnings against choosing an ineligible vice-presidential candidate and wisely picks Paul Ryan as his running mate.
Commentary by Penbrook Johannson
Editor of The Daily Pen
Mitt Romney’s announcement that Paul Ryan will be his 2012 running mate not only establishes unassailable legitimacy to his candidacy, it violently casts his lawless opponent into outer otherness and essentially brands Obama as the illegitimately elected political enemy of America that he is, while stripping him of the protection provided by a psychotic liberal media.
Foremost, with Romney as President, America can finally have a legitimate discussion about policy under the guise of its legitimacy, without first having to eradicate some illegally-elected, criminal usurper who autonomously decreed it. That’s how far America has fallen under Obama’s criminal regime. Mitt Romney is not the best candidate for president, but should be awarded the presidency simply for standing up to lies about Constitutional eligibility and for casting rotten, despicable politics aside.
Despite the transient liberal storm of delusional lust for social justice and racial relevance in politics, Romney still obeyed the law and picked the left’s poster-boy target for their deranged contempt and hatred…a handsome, rich, Anglo-American, heterosexual, Christian male from Wisconsin.
Sorry Obots. Romney wasn’t able to pick someone from America’s “protected class”. There simply are no black, homosexual, “undocumented”, atheist Republicans serving in American government.
However, in choosing Ryan, Romney has also challenged Americans with character and set a crucible of righteousness before us all, and he didn’t sign an executive order to do it.
Now, it’s up to us. He made the right choice. Will we the people?
Unlike the illegitimate policies and foul laws signed by Obama, no matter how popular they may be