Enter Eliot Ness

Eliot Ness is running for vice president of the United States. When Chicago gangs were running roughshod over cities and towns across the nation and all hope was seemingly lost, the FBI brought in the "G Men," led by Eliot Ness.  Ness was good, righteous, and uncompromised.  Ness could not be bought.  And Ness brought the forces of evil to its knees. He wasn't glam, and his arrest of Al Capone, the kingpin of the outlaws, wasn't sexy (tax evasion), but it worked. Why do I bring this up?  Because I can't help but see the ghost of Eliot Ness when I look at Paul Ryan.  The paradigm is the same.  Of course, this time evil is cloaked in a rogue presidency, and they are making the laws, but the battle is the same: right and wrong, good and evil, etc.  And Ryan, like Ness, is righteous and uncompromised. Eliot Ness took on mob boss Al Capone and his army during the Prohibition Era.  He assembled a special force of agents who were known for their...(Read Full Article)