Paul Ryan’s Book Cover Corrected
Paul Ryan is about to launch a book tour:
Paul Ryan will hold a book signing with Mitt Romney as part of an eight-state, 20-stop bus tour and fly-around to promote Ryan’s forthcoming book, “The Way Forward: Renewing the American Idea,” out Aug. 19 from Twelve Books/Grand Central Publishing. Ryan and Romney will reunite Aug. 21 at the Union League Club of Chicago, for a talk and signing billed as “In Conversation with Mitt Romney.” On Aug. 26, Ryan will appear at the George W. Bush Presidential Library, in Dallas, for a similar event with Dana Perino [George W. Bush’s former press secretary]. On Aug. 28, he’ll be at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Library in Simi Valley, Calif., for “In Conversation with Bill Bennett.” [Bill Bennett was Ronald Reagan’s Secretary of Education and his feelings about education were that the position of the Secretary of Education should be abolished.]
OMG. Does Ryan really think associating himself with dinosaurs the likes of Mitt Romney and (especially) Bill Bennett for godsake will wisk him into the White House? I mean, young people do vote.
Anyway, here’s the cover of “The Way Forward: Renewing the American Idea:”
Thanks to Steve Marmel, we now have a more honest cover: “I Got Mine, Suckers — One Man’s Journey from Getting Social Security as a Child to Wanting Your Grandparents to Eat Catfood.”
He’s obviously setting himself up to run for president but he’s doing it a teeny tiny bubble that only he’s privy to. Oh, and maybe Fox. You know, the solid 28% who still think GW was a great president and Saddam Hussein had WMD.