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August 22, 2011

Paul Ryan Seeks To Privatize His Congressional Seat

Not satisfied with just trying to privatize Social Security, Rep. Paul Ryan (That'llCostYou$15-WI) wants to privatize his Congressional seat. According to Politico, "It will cost $15 to ask Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) a question in person during the August congressional recess." To prove he means business (no pun intended), his staffers called the cops on seven unemployed constituents staging a sit-in at his Kenosha office to protest his decision not to hold any free public town halls during the August recess.

We say the moochers should be grateful. His minimum asking price is normally $350..

1 comment:

Real Debate said...

This is simply a lie. This is a luncheon sponsored by a Rotary club. The Rotary is charging $15 for the lunch, Congressman Ryan is an invited guest.

Ryan is not charging anyone anything, the Rotary is charging $15 for lunch.

You would have a point if this was a Town Hall put on by Ryan. It isn't.