Director of soup kitchen furious after Paul Ryan 'shows up uninvited, washes clean pans for a photo op and then leaves'
Mr Rhyn thinks the homeless are homeless because they don't try to be any thing else, no doubt.
Rhyn a big fan of Ayn Rand. “The reason I got involved in public service, by and large, if I had to credit one thinker, one person, it would be Ayn Rand,” he said at a D.C. gathering honoring the author of Atlas Shrugged and The Fountainhead. “I give out ‘Atlas Shrugged’ as Christmas presents, and I make all my interns read it. Well … I try to make my interns read it.” Even if you’re a fan of Rand’s writing and character development, Rand’s philosophy — that selfishness is a “virtue” — is quite troubling! Rand called altruism as “evil,” condemned Christianity for its work helping the poor, and described Arabs as “almost totally primitive savages.”
The a 15-minute feel-good photo op at an Ohio soup kitchen for Paul Ryan has turned into trouble and ill will, the charity's director claims.
Brian J Antal, the president of the Mahoning County St Vincent De Paul Society, says the Republican vice presidential candidate showed up uninvited, scrubbed pots and pans that were already clean and posed for pictures with his family on Saturday.
Mr Antal says he was never informed that Ryan was coming -- and wouldn't have granted him permission to make a campaign stop there if he had.