Friday, August 31, 2012

Paul Ryan’s Black Ex-Girlfriend: Paul Is A ‘Really Nice Guy’ ( More Nuts, This Time Willingly Thrown At Another Black (Love Who You Love, But This Guys Policie's Say Other Wise. (Busted! TMZ Drops This Broads Past Like A Set Of Dice)

A former ex-girlfriend of GOP vice presidential hopeful Paul Ryan has spoken up about her past relationship with the Wisconsin congressman when the pair both attended Miami University of Ohio in the 1990s.

The twist: Ryan’s former flame is African-American.

See Also: Six Worst Lies In Paul Ryan’s Speech

Deneeta Pope, a former cheerleader for the college they attended, spoke exclusively with UK paper MailOnline revealing that while she supports President Barack Obama, she has nothing but fond things to say
about Ryan


“Paul is a very nice guy, a kind guy and a family guy. He’s very approachable and a very likeable person,” said Pope regarding Ryan. Apparently, his interracial relationship with Pope exposed Ryan to the ugliness of racism and he has stated that he endured negative reactions from students and others for dating her. The experience led Ryan to become an advocate for civil rights and cemented his adoration for leaders such as Dr. Martin Luther King, this according to earlier statements.

Pope denies Ryan’s claims of racism, saying that she’s never witnessed such actions. The current I.T. specialist who now resides in Chicago said that, while the relationship wasn’t serious, the two have remained friendly over the years. When Pope married her second husband this past May, Ryan and his wife Janna were in attendance.

“A week before his vice presidential nomination, Paul and Janna came to our wedding in Chicago to see Michael and I get married,” said Pope.

All of this came about after CNN’s Peter Hamby tweeted about a 2005 interview where Ryan mentions his Black “college sweetheart,” prompting talking heads on both sides of the aisle to look at its political importance. The bombshell revelation seems well-timed; an almost earnest attempt to endear the Romney-Ryan ticket to Black voters in a bid to drum up minority support.

Struggling in the polls to garner African-American support, Romney has wisely mentioned how this father, George, a former governor of Michigan, supported the civil rights movement. It wouldn’t be a stretch to assume that the mention of that instance and now Ryan’s college girlfriend showering glowing comments about her ex are all part of a ploy to connect them with a base that largely does not support them or their proposed policies.

And, if you think he is a “nice” and “likable” guy, check out NewsOne’s analysis of his his lie-ridden speech at the RNC this week.

Pope says she and Ryan’s relationship wasn’t serious. That said, African Americans, as a whole, do not take Romney or Paul seriously, either.

"Condi, You Know They Look Good Together, However at  this time I won't let a  Photo
of the two together be released." WMD's Condi replied! 

Update Knew Something was up with her. Black Women Will Always Try To Get There Money Before Their Man Any Day: 

Now we know why Paul Ryan's ex-girlfriend was so tight-lipped yesterday when we asked her about the VP hopeful ... turns out she was indicted by the Feds back in 1999 and spent months in prison for committing wire fraud ... TMZ has learned.

Deneeta D. Pope -- who made headlines recently as Ryan's African-American GF in college -- was indicted by a Grand Jury in November 1999 for allegedly swindling her former employer -- Ernst & Young -- out of $77,000.

Pope pled guilty in 2001 to stealing a lesser amount, but admitted she inflated expense reports, fabricated receipts and turned in phony invoices. She then used a wire transfer to move the money from a bank in Delaware to a different account in Chicago.

Pope created the scam by claiming she attended an educational course for work. Turns out ... the course didn't even exist.

Pope served 5 months in Federal Prison.

FYI -- Ryan dated Pope approximately 10 years before she was indicted. They met at Miami University of Ohio in the early 90's.

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