In August 2011, we wrote an article about Paul Ryan switching from free town hall meetings to charging $15 a head to hear his budget.
In one year, from August 2010 t0 August 2011, Paul Ryan went from hero to dog over his right turn towards neo fascism. Ryan’s party theme to Protect the Constitutional Freedom of speech went to Corporate Freedom of speech with a price tag of $15 bucks.
Paul Ryan couldn’t take the heckling over his failed budget proposal.
$15 bucks to listen to Senator Paul Ryan try to sell his Medicare slashing budget. It didn’t work. Ryan began charging cause no one was listening to The New Republian Tea Party’s neo fascist agenda, and more importantly his voodoo economics.
Paul Ryan wasn’t the only one taking heat at the once successful Tea Party town hall meetings in 2011.
Rep. Ben Quayle (R-Ariz.) is scheduled to appear Aug. 23 2011 at a luncheon gathering of the Arizona Republican Lawyers Association. For $35, attendees can question Quayle and enjoy a catered lunch at the Phoenix office of the Snell & Wilmer law firm.
Rep. Chip Cravaack (R-Minn.) took heat in Duluth this weekend for holding private events in his district’s population and media center — including a $10-per-head meeting to be hosted next week by the local chapter of the National Federation of Independent Businesses, which on its invitation notes that the organization “supported Chip in his stunning upset over longtime Congressman Jim Oberstar in the 2010 election.”
When Americans got wind of the Neo Fascist movement, by Republicans they turned on them and their leaders John Boehner and Mitch McConnell. Poll numbers plummeted and Governor Scott Walker was lucky to keep his seat after two years of fighting to hold it.
The GOP Meets Main Street – 2011
One year later, at the Ohio State Fair, Republican pick for Vice President Paul Ryan got heckled again only this time the hecklers didn’t have to pay $15 bucks.
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