and concerned citizens are not all easily placated babies
Paul Ryan's response? "Have a nice day," "Would you like some candy," and how about "a Packer's schedule?"
That's some plan, Rep. and GOP VP nominee Paul Ryan! What a way to allay your constituent's concerns.
Video and transcript are below the orange squiggle.
Ryan: I’m sorry, nice to see you. I apologize, we’re getting started here.
Constituent: OK, I just really need to ask you a question.
Ryan: Not right now because we’re just getting started. Do me a favor. Go to my website.
Constituent: I have. I’ve read it.
Ryan: Well then you know what I think we ought to do.
Constituent: I know, and you think the same as Bush, and that’s what I don’t understand.
Ryan: We’re just going to have to disagree on that, ok? Take care. I hope you do better. I want to get jobs, and we just have a difference of opinion on how to get them, ok?
Constituent: So, what should I have to work for to get a job? Should I have to work for the same wages as in China? Should I have to work for one dollar an hour?
Ryan: Have a nice day, alright?
Constituent: Is that the competitiveness that’s needed?
Janna (waving him away): Have a nice day.
Ryan: Have a nice day. Would you like some candy?
Ryan: Would you like to have a Packer’s schedule?
Constituent: I need jobs in this community. There need to be better jobs …
Ryan: That’s right.
Constituent: in the community. What is deregulating going to do?
What, should we allow corporations to do whatever they like?
Constituent: Is that the goal?
Ryan supporter: Come on, we’re all here to have a good time.