If people were claiming I was rich and only cared about the rich, I would think a stunt like this would be pretty damn reckless. I’m sure there were plenty of soup kitchens for the young Vice Presidential hopeful to ‘volunteer’ with. But, then again, it must be easier to not do a damn thing, take a photo and share your experience as opposed to actually set aside some time to help out at a facility.
The head of a charity in northeastern Ohio where Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan and his family were photographed cleaning dishes over the weekend said Monday that Ryan was not authorized to be on the premises and “did nothing” while there.
“They showed up there and they did not have permission,” he said. “They got one of the volunteers to open up the doors.” Antag added that Ryan and his family “did nothing” while on the premises.
“He just came in here to get his picture taken at the dining hall,” he said.
Ryan was photographed cleaning “large metal pans that did not appear to be dirty” during a 15-minute visit, the Post previously reported. While television cameras rolled and photographers snapped pictures, the Wisconsin congressman discussed washing dishes while he was younger. He said he would get calluses on his fingers due to the heat from the industrial machine.