Congressman’s son has the moves, Paul Ryan has no clue

Posted by | January 4, 2017 08:28 | Filed under: News Behaving Badly Politics Top Stories

A fun moment from yesterday’s Congressional swearing-in ceremonies on Capitol Hill:

Welcome to 2017 politics.

Newly reelected House Speaker Paul Ryan was thrown off during Tuesday’s swearing-in ceremony when Congressman Roger Marshall’s son dabbed during a photograph session.

“Do you want to put your hand down?” Ryan asked. “Are you going to sneeze?”

The freshman congressman from Kansas seconded Ryan’s inquiry.

But instead of fighting off a cold, Marshall’s teenage son was showing off a dance move made popular by Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton.

Hillary Clinton also learned how to dab with “Scandal” star Tony Goldwyn on “Ellen.”

“Just so you know @SpeakerRyan: He’s grounded,” Marshall tweeted later.

We think the Congressman is being a little draconian.

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6 responses to Congressman’s son has the moves, Paul Ryan has no clue

  1. Carla Akins January 4th, 2017 at 08:44

    “We think the Congressman is being a little draconian.”

    Well, it is Kansas…..

  2. StoneyCurtisll January 4th, 2017 at 09:23

    I see he is familiar with the “terrorist fist bump”…(as noted above)..

  3. Larry Schmitt January 4th, 2017 at 09:58

    “Still don’t get …” No, you don’t.

  4. anothertoothpick January 4th, 2017 at 12:14

    Instead of making US congressmen look like duffus’s this kid should be home studying books from his old man’s Ayn Rand collection.

  5. StoneyCurtisll January 4th, 2017 at 14:46

    And all this time I thought “dabbing” was putting hash/honey oil on a joint…
    Man am I behind the times…:)

    • bpollen January 5th, 2017 at 04:10

      Supposedly, that’s the actual source of the term. At least according to Bow Wow. Not sure of his background in linguistics.

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