Help make Paul Ryan a double loser in Wisconsin with these MINIPROTESTING main sign inscription sets

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We must send the message to the Koch/Adelson/Rove contingent that Paul Ryan is too extreme to have any future in American politics. His brand of CORPservative, ingrained sociopathy has to go by way of the dodo bird. And on the streets we can help make that happen through the three-part messaging of miniprotesting. To get an idea of how miniprotesting works, visit http://miniprotests.com.

Ryan needs to fail to reach the vice presidency and to have his political career end in January. His brand of lying, hypocrisy, radicalism, and heartlessness needs to be banished forever, and we need Rob Zerban to take Ryan's House seat.

If you're not in Wisconsin, you can help keep Ryan out of this White House by reminding locals of just how attrocious his proposed federal budget was. Use this main sign inscription set, emblazoned on 30" x 40" signs held at waist level in the center of three small groups of protesters:

Corner #1: Isn't it BLUE BLOOD WELFARE When the Ryan Budget Drops the Top Tax Tier Rate by 14.6%?

Corner #2: Ryan Budget Gives Every Millionaire $146,000 For EACH MILLION He Makes Every Year

Corner #3: Romney/Ryan Will Seek Vouchers for Grandma Rose, Tax Breaks for CEOs

And for Ryan's district in Wisconsin:

Corner #1: Paul Ryan Grew Up Receiving Social Security Survivor Benefits

Corner #2: Yet Ryan Labels Those on Social Security and Welfare as "Looters"

Corner #3: Ryan Thinks GOP = FFH: Freedom From History. Choose Integrity. Choose Zerban.

and

Corner #1: Paul Ryan Preaching Social Darwinism, Echoing Lifelong Hero Ayn Rand

Corner #2: Ryan Budget Seeks Huge Tax Cuts for Millionaires, Vouchers for Medicare

Corner #3: Ryan "Individualism vs. Collectivism" Ploy an Excuse to Give Needy Less

and lastly

Corner #1: Paul Ryan Refuses to Debate Rob Zerban, Dem Challenger for House Seat

Corner #2: Is Ryan Afraid to Put His Views, Record to the Test of Scrutiny?

Corner #3: Or Does Millionaire Ryan Think His Constituents Aren't Worth the Effort?

Got more ideas yourself? Have more damning facts that you want to turn into miniprotesting main sign inscription sets? Post them on this thread and to the Wisconsin Miniprotesters Meetup Group Discussions board at http://www.meetup.com/Wisconsin-Miniprotesters/boards/ and post them under the Ryan thread. I'm sure there's more than enough travesties to draw gasps on the streets.

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This is a great idea untill some motorist making a right-hand turn on a red light runs over a pedestrian in the crosswalk.

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This is a great idea untill some motorist making a right-hand turn on a red light runs over a pedestrian in the crosswalk.

Good point. Clearly, Righties are not capable of paying close attention to things that are happening right before their very eyes and have little concern for others. Lefties on the other hand, are always paying attention to the details and have concern for their fellow citizens walking through the crosswalks of their commonly shared streets. We better keep those signs safely back to accomodate those who do not have any concern for the average Joe walking down the socialist street.

In all honesty Todd, a double dip loss for Ryan appears very much within reach. However, after the thrill of it wears off, Ryan will land a sweet paying job as a lobbyist so he can put his destructive tendencies to more efficient use. It's nice to scrape the shit off your shoes, but it always gets scraped onto something else. Regardless, you got to scrape the shit right off your shoes:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sa3uNiUCrp0

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