Friday, 07 September 2012 00:00
Watching Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan, his running mate on CNN recently, when Ryan made his speech in his native Wisconsin, my eyes started doing tricks with the spelling of their names; the letters began to jiggle and jump into what appeared a message. I do not use an Ouija board, nor am I susceptible to the occult that messes around with your brain, but omitting the “R” in Romney the transposed letters spelled “money.” Ryan’s name arranged itself into the word “yarn.” Together, they spelled “money yarn.”
“How cool was that,” I said to myself in view of the fact that Romney’s money has been in the news recently, and Ryan being the conservative chairman of the Congressional Budget Committee is known for his ideological extremes for wanting to slash and downsize social programs.
In the great political void out there in the age of the micro-everything the words that filtered through left me puzzled and I wondered what Romney and Ryan really have in mind for the American people, if they are elected.
Franklin Square resident