Twitter Users Take Offense At Paul Ryan’s "Fading Obama Poster" Line

Young Obama supporters took offense at the Republican’s line that “college graduates should not have to live out their 20s in their childhood bedrooms, staring up at fading Obama posters.”

Excuse you, Mr. Ryan, but I am very proud of my Obama poster. It's traveled with me all the way to med school. #RNC

— redfox1235 (@Renee Gennarelli)

My faded Obama poster isn't a political statement. It's art, dangit. And also meme inspiration.

— marsmeg (@Megan Marsh)

My Obama poster is not faded... It's only been four years Paul! #factcheck

— TimAAllen (@Tim Allen)

If I'm living at home and not paying rent, I have money to put into framing my Obama poster. #ThesePostersDon'tFade #RNC

— LBDinNYC (@Lindsay Davis)

Hey by the way my mom does not mind my Obama poster.

— gabe_rp (@Gabriel)

Hey now #PaulRyan. MY Obama poster is not faded.

— besidethemarc (@Marc Vanderjack)

I worked my ass off for my Obama poster, Mr. Ryan!

— LeAaronFoley (@Mr. Foley)

Unfortunately for Ryan, my Obama poster is still shining.

— TheWomansWord (@Whitney Gaspard)

I found myself standing under my Obama poster when Ryan said that

— MariaSimoneTV (@Sweet Baby)

Dear Mr. Paul Ryan, I like staring at my Obama poster and leeching off my parents! #RNC

— tommybear14 (@Tommy Bear)

For the record: my Obama poster is still crisp as the first day I got it for free.

— betterinrealife (@betterinrealife)

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