Despite pressure, Ryan unchanged in support of immigration overhaul

Sep 4, 2013 Full story: Free Republic 8

Paul Ryan is under pressure to drop his support for revising U.S. immigration laws: His adversaries are running television attack ads against him and warning of a primary challenge to the Wisconsin Republican congressman.

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ronnie

Riverton, UT

#1 Sep 4, 2013
Ryan is an accountant. He want's all illegals to begin to pay and be accountable for their fair share... ugh. they will never pay and never be accountable Ryan... You're dense. Living a stupid pipe dream along with to many tortilla chips. The illegals don't want to give one penny to this Country. They are using us dummy.
Brenda besson

United States

#2 Sep 4, 2013
This man is beyond stupid.he will amount to nothing.he will be sitting with rubio.while ted cruz will be president.lets not forget he was all for selfdeport last year.flip flopper idiot.oh and ted cruz from canada can be predident.we have a crazy muslim in office now,who with any luck will soon be removed.
spud

Dallas, PA

#3 Sep 5, 2013
I guess Ryan thinks sticking to a stupid position to appease his elite supporters is more important than the middle class. He truly is a trickle down idiot. Giving fabulously wealthy people permission to exploit slave labor doesn't create jobs any more than free trade agreements did. These NWO neocon idiots will destroy this country if we let them.
Dee Dee Dee

Emmaus, PA

#4 Sep 5, 2013
spud wrote:
I guess Ryan thinks sticking to a stupid position to appease his elite supporters is more important than the middle class. He truly is a trickle down idiot. Giving fabulously wealthy people permission to exploit slave labor doesn't create jobs any more than free trade agreements did. These NWO neocon idiots will destroy this country if we let them.
Remember that if he is voted out there is always a job waiting as a "consultant" for those he has sold his soul to. He already has his taxpayer sponsored retirement and healthcare. Add a cushy six figure consulting job and he has no need to worry about reelection.
This is why we need to eliminate the "professional" politician.

Level 7

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#6 Sep 13, 2013
ATTENTION : Tea Party House republicans....pass the Senate's Bi-partisan Comprehensive Immigration Bill...AT ONCE.....
Jiim

Kansas City, MO

#7 Sep 13, 2013
Worthington wrote:
Ryan is in the hip pocket of business interests walking cheaper labor.(Very few Hispanics in his
District, 6%.
Is there anything lower then a man who would aid and abet the demographic shattering of America? Treasonous. And sickening.
Exactly!
fatbacks x

Seattle, WA

#8 Sep 13, 2013
Not many days left for this country.
fatbacks x

Seattle, WA

#9 Sep 13, 2013
Worthington wrote:
Ryan is in the hip pocket of business interests walking cheaper labor.(Very few Hispanics in his
District, 6%.
Is there anything lower then a man who would aid and abet the demographic shattering of America? Treasonous. And sickening.
Ain't no law against treason in the good ole U ASS A.

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