Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan plans to begin airing ads in Wisconsin as he asks voters to elect him to an eighth House term that he hopes to never serve.Talk about insulting to Romney. It's one thing to simply put yourself on the ballot. Totally different level when you're actually running ads in your home district to keep your seat. What's next? Will Ryan abandon the hustings in Iowa in order to work his own district? That would be hilarious!
Contracts formalized Tuesday with at least one Milwaukee television station show that Ryan's congressional ads will start airing Wednesday morning and go initially for two weeks. The Ryan congressional ads start in the same week as presidential ticket mate Mitt Romney's commercials went on air in Wisconsin, although the cost for the two sets of ads are drawn from different campaign accounts.
Wisconsin law allows Ryan to seek both offices simultaneously but only serve in one if he wins the pair.
Want to know what would be really awesome? Winning back the House and beating Ryan twice!