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Tuesday, 16 October 2012

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Photographers shoot Ryan outside a toilet.

After pushing his way into the Mahoning County St. Vincent De Paul Society soup kitchen Saturday morning Paul Ryan has been setting up some more photo ops.

Ryan went to the soup kitchen unannounced and lied to the staff to get the door open. Once inside he got in the way and did nothing apart from pose for photos by 'washing up' some dishes that were fresh from the dish washer.

Ryan however thinks that the photo op was a great success and has been using his lying skills to get into more inappropriate locations with a photographers in toe. On Monday night Ryan was able to convince a nurse that he was a heart surgeon and was able to scrub up for a fun photo in the OR and on Tuesday morning he was able to tell security guards at JFK that he was a pilot and had some great photos in the control tower.

Mitt Romney has himself today bullied his way into a fire house and posed in front of a pole then charged the firefighters to have photos taken with him. A GOP source said in a statement "All of the photos were fun. People need to see the candidates hanging around working people. It is as much a part of the election as kissing children."

A Democrat source said "This is an example of what this election is all about. Ryan lying to get people to trust him just so he can boost his ego. While Romney bullies people just so he can profit."

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