I loved this line, as co-authored by Paul Ryan and Politico:
"Both parties tend to divide Americans into 'our voters' and 'their voters,'" the Wisconsin congressman told hundreds of well-to-do conservatives at an awards dinner in a Washington ballroom.
Yes, there's no better way to subdue the trauma caused by Mitt's well-to-do, Boca Raton ballroom nightmare than to correct course at a well-to-do, Washington ballroom.
Ryan also plans, it seems, to take muddled messaging and mind-bending contradictions to Romney-transcendent heights, for at last night's Jack Kemp Foundation's Leadership Award Dinner he said Republicans have "a compassionate vision based on ideas that work," although Republicans need "a vision for bringing opportunity into every life."
As Blazing Saddles' Olson Johnson said of Gabby Johnson's "authentic frontier gibberish" speech: Now who can argue with that?