Dumb Ron Johnson inadvertently confesses

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[img_assist|nid=56194|title=Staffer may be toast|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=100|height=70]Responding to reports at Politico.com and elsewhere suggesting he is on the outs with his staff for being testy and mouthy, Sen. Ron Johnson (and he comes from Wisconsin) angrily denied everything. Here's the money quote:

"The only true part of the story is they called me impatient," Johnson said. "I'm impatient because we're bankrupting this nation and the political class in Washington is not owning up to that fact."

And there you have it, straight from the horse's ass:

* Ron Johnson says he's impatient

* Based on sentence construction, he says he and a bunch of other people ("we") are "bankrutping this nation."

* The "political class" (that would be the small, elite group of Americans that now prominently includes Ron Johnson) "is not owning up to that fact."

Confession is good for the soul. With any luck, however, it won't be any good for the RoJokester's future in the polls and his next election.