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Video of Paul Ryan's soup kitchen photo op. The Charity's president said
Ryan "did nothing" but "wash clean pans and then take a picture"
You've probably already heard about Paul Ryan's jaw-dropping photo op at a soup kitchen on Saturday, the one in which he he donned an apron and washed dishes that were already clean in order to demonstrate just how compassionate he really is.

And as you can see in the cringe-worthy video at the top of this post, Paul Ryan did reveal something about himself in that photo op: that he is so filled with compassion that he believes every dish deserves to be washed—even if it's already clean. At least that's what he believes as long as there's a camera around to document his charitable heart. Because he's running for office for Pete's sake, and people like to think that their leaders care enough about people to volunteer in soup kitchens. Plus, it's hard to win if people think you believe 47 percent of the people in this country are nothing but a bunch of lazy moochers who should be written off.

Originally posted to The Jed Report on Tue Oct 16, 2012 at 10:25 AM PDT.

Also republished by Daily Kos.

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