d-bag of the week … “the prince of snarkness” returns

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well, it’s friday and it’s time for that always deserved, and rarely claimed award for the d-bag with the mostest …
and without a doubt we did have another week chock bloody full of scheming, lying politicians, incoherent, ass kissing, dog whistle blowing, incessantly blathering, windbag broadcasters, greedy, glamour glomming grifters and pointless, prevaricating and pontificating pricks …
and even though this week’s douche-off was not without a copiously crammed cornucopia of conniving, classless, clueless, crass and cretinous challengers to that majestic mantle of  mediocrity, mendacity, meandering mindlessness and missteps we like to call the “d-bag of the week”, we do have a distinct winner …
it’s time to answer the question that seemingly needs to be answered kids …
just who took their act to the lowest of the low, the worst of the worst, the slimiest of the slimy? …
who was the king or queen of douchebaggery in the last seven days? …
well, this week it was a no brainer …
easy peasy …
i didn’t have to look any further than mister misogyny and mendacity himself …
he’s a dean of doucherocketry …
a prince of the prevaricators …
a legend of the ludicrous …
a lord of leechdom …
a seer of the slimiest, sleaziest, slithering, scuzzball serpents of the sexist …
a regressive regent of the repugnant, reprehensible, repulsive and revolting, ranting and railing right …

our d-bag of the week is …
paul “ayn” ryan
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i don’t even know where to start on this a-hole …
so we’ll let the horse’s ass himself lay it out …
a few of his own words shall suffice …
How to boost the poor out of the “poverty trap?” Stop letting the government keep them there, Representative Paul Ryan (R-WI) says.
In comments today at the Brookings Institution’s Social Mobility Summit, Ryan outlined why
the War on Poverty, launched 50 years ago by President Lyndon B. Johnson, “missed the mark.”
Because of the lack of adequate coordination among multiple government programs, Ryan said,
poor families face marginal tax rates that discourage them from wanting to make more money.
“We need to change the way we think about work,”
Ryan said. “It is not a penalty. It is the shortest route back into society. Federal assistance should not be a weigh station.

more of the same tired, old gop talking points …
”the “needy” just need to pull themselves up by their own bootstraps” …
”the poor don’t need food stamps, they need jobs” …
”the poor are lazy” …
”those who shall not work, shall not eat” …
this coming from the same guy who voted to fund two wars, a huge prescription drug plan and enormous tax cuts for the rich without paying for them, but then won’t restart people’s unemployment benefits, or fund food stamps unless there are equal or greater cuts to already existing social safety net programs …
and who consistently votes against any bill that either creates jobs or helps out those in the most need of some health care …
a douche-bag through and through …

paul “ayn” ryan
the d-bag of the week

paul, we salute you …
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