"The Passion of Ayn Rand"
Anyone interested in what America missed from this last election was summed up in a movie I just watched on television . "The Passion Of Ayn Rand" shockingly opened my eyes to the unbelievable life of one of the most influential women of the 20th Century. So open, I understand now, the lust of the Tea Party for the women known as Ayn Rand, who plied her influence, over the likes of, Paul Ryan, the Republican choice for Vice President in 2012.
Rand, the vixen of individuality, may have brought over from the Soviet Union an air of mental superiority, but according to this film, it was her insatiable lust for sex with a man twenty-five years younger that caused her downfall. Rand professed individualism but she needed a partner in bed or anywhere else and demanded sex very often to cool her physical desires.
This Queen, Ayn Rand, of the Tea Party establishment and of a Vice President want-to-be could have changed the World ; love over hate would become the banner and the war cry. Rutting would become so darn commonplace, it would be like in a barnyard during spring arousal. So many pregnancies would pop out, the Republican Party would have to adopt contraception and, heaven forbid, abortion. What a time we missed out on, if only Paul Ryan had prevailed ; revise that thought, better yet, thank God he lost, thank goodness he lost.
Ronald C. Downie