“And then he pauses, gives her a winning smile, and says: ‘Just doing my job, ma’am.’”
Republicans should do their own spot, now — one that’s comic and sweet. Grandma in the wheelchair is speeding on a downward slope toward a cliff. She looks terrified. Suddenly a young guy who looks like Clark Kent — that is, like Paul Ryan — springs forward, puts his body between the wheelchair and the edge, and stops it. She looks up at him, smiles, touches his face with her hand. He smiles, turns the chair around and begins to push her back to safety. “Romney-Ryan. Trying to get things back on firm ground.”
Except the line should be: “Romney/Ryan. Getting things back on solid ground.”
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By the way, Noonan is suggesting a rebuttal to this commercial: