Paul Ryan Is A Pathological Liar, A Narcissist, And A Coward!
Since being nominated for VP a few weeks ago, I have been watching Paul Ryan tell one lie after another, either in interviews or in prepared speeches, like at the republican convention, and have been amazed at the ease with which he lies. He is well practiced it seems. So, when I saw him say in an interview the other day that his BEST marathon time was 2:50 something, I immediately knew it was a lie. I assumed he would try and worm out of it bye saying he was a bandit in a race so that it wasn't official. But that was where the compounding part of the lie caught him.....bye saying it was his BEST. See, I have run 9 marathons in my life and I can tell you that in 1994, just prior to my 43rd birthday, I ran a 3:10:58 (7:17 pace) marathon in Atlantic city to qualify for the 100th Boston Marathon. See, I knew it was a lie because NO ONE forgets their marathon PR. They can recite it to the second. So today we get word from his campaign that, in fact, he only ran ONE marathon while in college at an official time of 4 hours, one minute, and 25 seconds. That is a pace of 9 minutes and 13 seconds per mile. A two hour and fifty minute marathon translates to a pace of 6 minutes and 29 seconds a mile. Easy to get those two paces confused. Ryan is clearly pathological, and as such, unfit to hold office of any kind. Little eddie munster is also a coward. When he gets caught in his lies, he never admits it. He lied about the closing of the GM plant in his home district, saying Obama let it close when it closed a month before he took office. And he lied about the Simpson Boles report saying that there actually was one that Obama ignored, when in fact, He and his Tea Tards killed it before a report could be issued due to the refusal to agree to any tax increases. A liar and a coward, who has obviously been a little liar all of his adult life, maybe even in his youth. Pathological Liars are often folks with a narcissistic personality disorder. These are people who think that the entire world revolves around their needs and desires......What do you think from what you've seen?
2 Mi 10:08 5:04 Pace 91' 5K 17:45 5:44 Pace 90' 4 Mi 23:20 5:52 Pace 90' 5 Mi 29:56 5:59 Pace 89' 10K 37:54 6:07 Pace 91' 15K 1:00:30 6:30 Pace 91' 1/2M 1:27:30 6:41 Pace 93' M 3:10:58 7:17 Pace 50Mi 8:22:50 10:03 Pace 94'
Just completed 40 years of running and racing distances from 1500 meters to 50 miles. After 4 back surgeries, surgeries to both feet, having my knee and ankle broken after being hit by a truck, and having had meniscus surgery in 2011, I have limited my competitive running to races I can complete in an hour or less. I think I have used up all 9 of my running lives, so I am hoping to stay injury free for a few more years! My goal now is to try and run 4 days a week with two days of quality work, and to supplement that with three days a week of weights and bike intervals at the gym. The Combination of Year/Kilometers (40 plus years and over 110,000 kilometers) have enjoyed their full effect on me orthopaedically.