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Congressman Tim Ryan: A Democrat, Who Sounds Like A Damn MAN And Knows What He's Talking About

From MSNBC, on YouTube

"When are we going to have the guts to finally level the playing field for working people and take on China?" Rep. Tim Ryan (D) of Ohio

Just heard the singular BEST pitch and justification for President Joe Biden's Build Back Better agenda--how it empowers, uplifts the American working-middle and rallies Co America to action, ..and Ryan only scratched the surface. My God...a Hill Dem, who sounds, like a MAN and knows what the hell he's talking about? Rallying! Urgent! Forcefully masculine!

Why do so many Dems sound, alternately like Southern Baptist ministers or whisper-mumbly NPR Sunday talk-show hosts? ["You're listening to Liberal, Postwar, New Age, Himalyan Basket-weaving, ..with Journeyman Hushmeyer...Tamer Goodwoodsman..."] Who's telling our politicians to do this, with America so culturally divided and looking for inspiring leadership? Yes, it may be entirely superficial, but, I'm totally down, with the Ryan tone. When he's got something to say to us, a point to make or a pressing issue to bring to our attention, ..Tim Ryan hits it and quits it. He doesn't sound, like a pediatrician or a radio psychologist - just a man...

Reh'glur, plain, ole stinky man. Something wrong with digging that?

I'm not saying you can't have Congressman Ethan Tenderfinger feeling your pain, sharing Dr. King's Dream and including everybody, ..but, can we Democrats also rally around a male somebody, who sounds, like a damn man? If plain, ole stinky man-speakin' is not included in the socio-political diversity, we aspire to achieve in our great nation, ..can we really call it diversity?

What's wrong with our Hill Dems speaking plainly and projecting strength? Why can't they stay on message, like our Republi'con opponents on the Hill? Why do they spend more speech time talking about 'coming together' and 'healing pain', than rolling out what new, informed, game-changing policy they're going to solve our problems with? Put some steak on the table, like President Biden's 'Build Back Better' agenda - policy, and not rhetoric - and you'll have all the sodding diversity and inclusion, you can stand! Why can't our well-meaning Hill Dems figure that out?

Put some STEAK on the table, Dems.

Why's the Democratic Party so afraid of us getting an appetite for Congressman Tim Ryan, and more specifically, ..his way of rallying us around an issue, he obviously feels so passionately about? I love Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Representative Jim Klyburn, both of whom earn their pay and then some, in a crisis - Madam Speaker, winning back the House in 2018, ..and Rep. Klyburn, rallying our party around (then, Vice Pres.) Joe Biden in 2020...

But, more of this please.

Edgar Miraculous Dyer (the Capicostia desk), without his fine, coyote-hatin' Goldiweiller, Kirby (now moved on to that big, coyote-hatin' hate group in the Sky) continues a somewhat bleaker, dogless existence in the Capitol Hill area of Washington, DC. He has been an active member of the Latino Culture Council of the Capitol Area (El Consejo de Cultura Latina – La Zona del Capitolio) and the Kiwanis Club of Capitol Hill.


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