Charles Ramsey- Superman
Charles Ramsey, along with another man, rescued three young women held hostage by his neighbor. The women had been missing for ten years.
Ramsey is a plain spoken and unlikely American, due to his earthy urban appearance, who gave a fantastic and riveting "on the spot" interview which gives America hope and frustrates pathetic liberals who love criminals rights more than they want to protect the victims.
And even over sensitive neo-cons and Hollywood freaks who hate "heros" are mad and actually openly critical of Ramsey for his effecient self evident manliness.
(There are foam at the mouth elitists that sputter and demand the death penalty for any man who actually speaks in a manly manner. It is the crime of the centry for these elitists who cater to the political correctness crowd.)
Even with a "lower class background" noted by his elitist critics, Ramsey rose to the challenge of a rescue and recounting it "on the spot" with no notice describing how he saved three women imprisoned by a horrible criminal in a residential neighborhood.
And again, all he did was motivate a nation with his summation of what happened.
Liberals now hate that one man can motivate a nation with an inspirational two minute self-report on his successful effort to rescue three women.
And it was just your average man in a tee-shirt and dental problems who took it upon himself to just bluntly explain a horrific nightmare without lawyers, commentators, liberal crap and smoke.
The Charles Ramsey Interview
As mad as Liberals are at Ramsey, Liberals really hate it when people will pay an American hero to hear him speak.
Time magazine says "Ramsey's rise to fame began on May 6, when he related on TV news how he helped rescue Amanda Berry,last been seen in 2003 at age 16, - from the house of his neighbor Ariel Castro. It's alleged that Castro kidnapped Berry, along with Gina DeJesus and Michele Knight, who were 14 and 21 at the time of their disappearances, and kept them captive for 10 years.
Time reports Ramsey has signed a deal to join the celebrity speaking circuit where he could earn as much as $10,000 per appearance.