Randex

Tuesday 12 April 2016
Negative
Sarah Jones, PoliticsUSA

The ad shows actors playing Republicans dodging the press (which Senator Grassley has been doing quite a bit of, in fact) as they rush to sit on the toilet reading Ayn Rand and doing nothing for the people.

In other words, Republicans are crapping on America and so now America should crap on Republicans.

Posted almost 2 years ago Publication date: 12 Apr 2016
Tuesday 02 February 2016
Negative
Sarah Jones, PoliticsUSA

“We are taking this all the way to the end of the process under our Constitution,” Ryan told reporters. One can almost picture him waving his copy of Atlas Shrugged for emphasis. “Regardless of the outcome today, this fight will not end here! We have now forged a path — that is a clear path — to repealing Obamacare without 60 votes in the Senate.”

Posted almost 2 years ago Publication date: 02 Feb 2016
Wednesday 13 May 2015
Sarah Jones, PoliticsUSA
Negative  

Not investing in infrastructure can have life and death consequences. Republicans are gambling with Americans lives just to score a few partisan political points. For once, would it be too much to ask for House Republicans to put down their dog-eared copies of Ayn Rand’s fiction and do what is right?

Americans lives are depending on it.

Posted over 2 years ago Publication date: 13 May 2015
Wednesday 29 April 2015
Sarah Jones, PoliticsUSA

Sequestration makes no sense; it is not based on responsibility, but rather on irresponsibility. It’s someone’s idea of an Ayn Rand novel come to life. Someone who clearly doesn’t understand the difference between reality and fiction (Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI), this one’s for you…

Posted over 2 years ago Publication date: 29 Apr 2015
Friday 15 August 2014
Sarah Jones, PoliticsUSA

Paul Ryan is able to justify the fantastic in Ayn Rand’s fiction — suspending disbelief — and in fact, treats it as if it’s real. Fictional cheating is bad, because it taints the voters’ perception of reality. And yet, fictional monetary policy as espoused by Ayn Rand is good because it taints the voters’ perception of reality a convenient way.

Posted over 3 years ago Publication date: 15 Aug 2014