Palin will work to defeat Ryan in primary for Trump stance

by Karl de Vries  |  published on May 9, 2016

Sarah Palin will work to defeat House Speaker Paul Ryan by backing his primary opponent in Wisconsin, the former Alaska governor told CNN’s Jake Tapper.

Palin said in an interview that airs Sunday on “State of the Union” that her decision was sparked by Ryan’s bombshell announcement to Tapper last week that he wasn’t yet ready to support Donald Trump, the Republican presumptive nominee. Palin endorsed Trump back in January.

“I think Paul Ryan is soon to be ‘Cantored,’ as in Eric Cantor,” Palin said, referring to the former Republican House majority leader who was ousted in a shocking upset in 2014 when challenger Dave Brat ran to his right in a Virginia primary.

“His political career is over but for a miracle because he has so disrespected the will of the people, and as the leader of the GOP, the convention, certainly he is to remain neutral, and for him to already come out and say who he will not support is not a wise decision of his,” Palin continued.

  • John D Fronk

    With Palin working against him, Ryan is a shoe-in.

  • gf

    Ryan must go! However, Sarah “the loony” Palin, should stay the hell out of it. It will have the opposite effect. She is kryptonite, and will make Ryan’s opponent weaker. Sarah, go back to Alaska, and hibernate.

  • Ilene Richman

    Ryan approved of the omnibus budget submitted by Obama. He is in Obama’s pocket-never cut anything from bill. Spending up high between Boehner and Ryan as head of house of rep. Ryan is a corrupt part of the ESTABLISHMENT.

  • Ilene Richman

    Ryan is a master manipulator and one that takes a lot of money from lobbyists. He is afraid to loose money from the lobbyists if Trump gets elected. Ryan is the ESTABLISHMENT and should loose his election to remain in house of rep. He did try to push granny over the cliff by cutting Medicare for his lobbyist friends. There is a scandal behind Ryan and all the money he takes from lobbyists, Chamber of Commerce and corporations. Good=bye Ryan. Trump does not need to work with a corrupt person in the house. Stay home from the convention. Good idea!

  • lindajoyadams

    This is the fourth Speaker of the House to allow the nation ‘s govt to be contracted out with NO FUNDING FOR CIVIL OR CRIMINAL OVERSIGHT OF WHAT THEY ARE EVEN DOING. DEFYING LAWS, JUDGES CONTRAT TERMS AND BASIC HUMAN RIGHTS AND TOO OFTEN SECRET DEALS OT STEAL THE TAXPAYERS MONEY AND THEN SAY THEY NEED MORE AND GET IT. Since nearly the whole govt is now contracted out from local to federal level, that means no one has the right to even check the cyber systems to find they are not secure and programmed that way to facilitate blatant theft and internal hacking to steal of our basic programs that all expect to be there for us and all pay into. . The real govt is not allowed to know this officially although its bee well documented to the point , in the past investigations and arrests would have assuredly been made. But we have no ‘police’ permitted to spend one penny to even drive and talk to any ‘alleged criminal .People have died from this and even congressional studies of a decade ago show it. So ITS TIME TO HAVE SOMEONE WHO WILL REPRESENT THE PEOPLE AND STOPPING THE ROBBING OF OUR NATIONS MONIES AND LIVES LOST AS WELL AS A BLATANT DISREGARD OF BASIC FAIRNESS AND LAWS AND JUDGES IS BIPARTISAN ISSUE., isn’t IT? 38 FEDERAL AGENCY JUDGES BEING DEFIED ON MY CASES ALONE BY THE HIRED HEAD of an INTERNATIONAL CABAL THAT HAS NEAR DICTATORIAL POWERS OVER MUCH OF THE NATION . So, we the people want someone to do the job we sent them to do and nothing has changed and we are being robbed even more. by those who seem to have financial control of the very ones who are to not let them. Budgets are meaningless based on fraudulent and false data from agencies who have no idea what is really going on or the real needs of their contractors. And some of this began in 1994 at HHS with Medicare. How can you fix health care when there has been an illegal bail out gong on since then of the health insurers congress thought were more fiscally healthy than they were and decided to steal some more. A different type of plan would had to have been made and the impasse goes on as we get robbed of money and health and lives. No one can have a budget without the real data and costs and congress has defunded any way to know that in 2002.Linda joy Adams

  • HENRI

    THEY HAVE UNDER ESTAMATED SARA PALIN SHE IS VERY STRONG AND VERY WELL VERSED IN MANY AREAS IN GOVERMENT I AM TELLING YOU GINGRICH OR SARA PALIN FOR VP THAT IS THE WAY TO GO

  • AHP1081

    Once I defended palin and thought of her as a great Conservative. Now it appears she has turned to the dark side. Sad situation.

  • MarshallArt

    I love Sarah Palin. Probably too much for a married man. And I love her politics as well. 😉 At least until she threw in with Trump, who is NOT a conservative in any way, shape or form. That was my first disappointment in Palin.
    Now, her ranting against Paul Ryan is the newest disappointment. Ryan is NOT opposing the will of the people if one considers that Trump’s has not gotten the majority of Republican primary voters to support him. When the field was larger, he rarely did better than 35%, and that means 65% voted “somebody other than Trump” (SOTT). He still faced that majority while Cruz and the village idiot Kasich were both still running. I believe had Rubio bailed just a bit earlier, and there was good reason to believe his was a failed campaign much sooner than he wanted to believe it, Kasich might not have stuck around as long. That means Trump would have had to deal directly with Cruz, head-to-head for a longer period and Cruz would have demonstrated the foolishness of supporting Trump.
    But as far as the lovely Sarah goes, had she thrown in with Cruz, I have little doubt that we’d have Trump still in the race. Palin carries (or at least “carried”) more influence with voters than her detractors would like to believe. But she is wrong for supporting Trump and she’s wrong for ragging on Ryan, who isn’t required to support anyone. I believe in party unity. I don’t believe in party unity for unity’s sake, and that’s what Palin, and others of like mind, are insisting upon with regard to Ryan and center-right voters in general.
    This might be the first election since my first in 1976 where I won’t be casting a vote for President of the United States, unless I do a write-in. I see no “lesser of two evils” here. The country will suffer and it deserves to.

  • Deanna Sharp

    he said he would back the republicans but when elected he backed Obama and his foreigners He lied and now he is paying the price of deciet and what it reapes wbsure your sins will find you out so quit putting on Trump what you have done Ryan don’t say if Trump wants me to step down I will just own up what you have done an redo what is right and accept the rebuke of your wrong

  • edorr1atcoxdotnet

    Yes, we all know how it worked when she was McCain’s running mate.

  • paulyz

    Rino Ryan has done nothing to stop Obama and nothing to secure our border. Indeed, Ryan is more for “comprehensive Amnesty”. The Speaker, not backing the much favored choice of the Republican Party voters, TRUMP, who has gotten record number be of primary voters, & will accomplish what most Conservatives want accomplished, was OUTRAGEOUS, rendering Ryan ineligible to be Speaker. No wonder TRUMP is so favored, & at first, wouldn’t make the pledge, which he later did, because he knows how corrupt the Establishment is. This, & the Democrat-Socialism under Obama, & Hillary, is WHY TRUMP made the decision to run in the 1st. place. One more term under the Democrat-Socialist Party & we will have lost our Liberty, & Country, as we had known it for centuries!

  • J.B. Young

    Ryan is a traitor to the people of this country.

  • SCSOCAL

    Ryan is just another RINO. Bought and paid for just like all the rest who we are trying to get out of Congress. He does not represent us, he represents the big donors, the lobbyists and the establishment! Never have liked him and his stance on issues! Glad Palin is going after him.

  • Dandy

    These rino’s are going down one way or another. The hard fall is coming and HELL is coming with it

  • Lee

    I agree with Sarah. Most of the republicans that we have now agree with the Dems. I can’t believe people like this get elected into office.

    • Gnowark

      It’s their re-elections that scare me.

  • WeirOnlyHuman

    When Ryan said he couldn’t support the nominee for President of his own party, he turned his back on the will of the voters. Once again, a corrupt establishment figure decided that he knows better than millions of taxpaying citizens who want honest government for a change. These insiders have been sticking it to the public for generations as they felt secure in their positions of power. Trump is their greatest fear because he doesn’t need them or their wealthy puppet masters. If Ryan can be knocked off his lofty perch the rest of those arrogant politicians will have a choice; support Trump or be vanquished.

  • justinwachin

    Everyone needs to stop and take a breath. Trump supporters need to understand that many loyal Republicans did not support their candidate in the primary. We were offended by some of the caustic remarks Mr. Trump made.

    Republicans who don’t support Trump do not deserve to be vilified. We don’t deserve to be called Rinos. Many of us have worked for more than a decade to get Republicans elected to office. How many of the Trump supporters can say the same thing? For that matter, how many Republicans has Mr. Trump supported and actually worked to get elected?

    Sarah Palin brought much needed life to the McCain campaign in 2008. Sarah Palin, though, is not someone I would want to have do much thinking for me. Sarah quit her job as governor and she has bounced through several other gigs since then. Paul Ryan has served in Congress for 16 years. I’m going to guess Ryan has done more to advance the Republican agenda than Sarah has.

    Mr. Trump has won the nomination. It’s his job to work to bring people on board. That isn’t going to come through insults or threats. Kentucky’s motto is united we stand, divided we fall. If Mr. Trump and his supporters don’t grasp that fact soon they are going to realize the price for the party not uniting is that it will fall in November.

    • SCSOCAL

      Just watchin – You do need to support the candidate of your party or Hillary is the new Potus and will pick the new Supreme Court justices for the next 30 years!!! We didn’t like past GOP picks but we held our noses and voted for them. Stop being a spoiled brat and cry baby.
      Ryan is just a RINO, so you must like the status quo, right? He supports the Dems all the way.
      Trump can only do so much to bring the party together. Ryan is the leader of the party so it is incumbent on him to bring the party together.
      Otherwise he is not our leader and doesn’t deserve to be speaker.

      • justinwachin

        Sorry to disappoint you. I’m not a crybaby nor a spoiled brat.I have worked for many years in Republican campaigns on the local and regional level here in Kentucky. How many campaigns have you worked in and over how many election cycles?

        What I find interesting is that many people have entered the process apparently for the first time and think they should be able to boss everyone around. Several members of Donald’s own family was ignorant enough of voting rules that they failed to register in time to vote for him.

        I wish that Speaker Ryan would have accomplished more but he has only been speaker for a little over six months. If he was able to grant every wish on the conservative wish list he would be considered to be some sort of god.

        Paul Ryan is not the leader of the Republican Party. The presidential nominee is generally regarded as the leader. Paul Ryan, like every other congressman, will be busy this fall working towards his own re-election. Donald Trump is running for the job of president. As such he is going to be expected to lead, to work out deals, etc. Now is a time for him to meet with Mitch McConnell and Paul Ryan and bring them on board. I don’t think it will be that difficult of a job if he is half the business prodigy that he thinks he is.

    • Gnowark

      Please send that sentiment to Mr. Ryan, as I would think it is chairman’s job to unite the party behind the presumptive (not only by attrition) nominee. The nominee’s job is to bring in the independents and opposite party in. Although I would grant you that Ryan has been worthless advancing the Republican stated goals, and excellent at rolling over on Democratic goals. I’m sure Boehner would be so proud of Ryan.

      • justinwachin

        Mr. Trump wants to be president. He also claims to be a great businessman. Since he no longer has to worry about primary challengers now is the time for him to begin meeting with party leaders and bringing them on board. Obama has been criticized for leading from behind; Donald Trump needs to step out and lead from the front. That starts by reaching out to Mitch McConnell and Paul Ryan and bringing them on board.

        Donald’s failure to do this seems to say more about his leadership ability than their leadership. If Donald Trump can’t get upper level Republicans on board how do we expect him to get anything accomplished with any world leader. If he can’t win Paul Ryan over what makes you think Vladimir Putin, Raul Castro, Kim Jong Un will be swayed by the Donald?

        • paulyz

          The REASON Trump is so popular is exactly BECAUSE of Establishment Rinos like Ryan, why should Trump go along with them. Millions of voters agree with Trump, not Ryan!

          • justinwachin

            I haven’t seen much on where Donald stands on a variety of issues. Some of the issues he has taken a stand on he took a stand more often associated with the Democrat party rather than the Republican party. Today I have read that he has no problem raising taxes and raising the minimum wage.

            Maybe the real question should be if Donald Trump is a Rino?

          • paulyz

            You have to remember the mis-information from the Liberal Media & the Establishment. Trump didn’t say he would “raise” taxes on the wealthy, but not “cut” them as much as he originally planned. He also needs to win before he can do what we need done, plus a Hillary Presidency would be long-term disaster forever.

  • sue lenhart

    There is nothing more insulting to Mr. and Mrs. John Q. Voter-Citizen than to have some big-wig bureaucrat tell them that they don’t know what’s good for them, that they should just go along with what the Party wants, and just sit down and be quiet. Sarah Palin is right. God bless Bob Nehlen and his bright yellow “Dump Paul Ryan.com” dump truck.

    • Gnowark

      To be honest, “we” elected obamao twice, but even with that very embarassing fact casting aspersions on us, I’d much prefer Paul Nehlen also to RINO paul ryan.

  • oliviaathome

    Palin is no longer relevant. She had her chance and she lost and is not even involved in an office now. Let Paul Ryan and Donald Trump have their discussion and see how they work things out.

    • Gnowark

      Strange how you suggest Sarah Palin is no longer relevant when discussing RINO ryan. Haven’t you been watching his “performance” as Puppet-of-the-House?

    • SCSOCAL

      We need people like Palin to start the conversation and bring to light what is going on in our country, when the lawmakers and media won’t!
      She serves a very valuable purpose. She certainly isn’t a loser but she was the VP for a loser.

  • Steve Gifford

    I as were so many were strong advocates of the Romney/Ryan ticket when they ran. But when Trump and Romney had there spat I felt like Romney you had your chance you could have easily beat Obama but you had a wimpy third debate, then it seemed you threw in the towel. I thought both Romney and Trump were being immature with their spat. But Romney, Ryan, Graham, Jeb Bush (I would include George Bush in this but will say what’s he supposed to do he won’t turn his back on his brother) are all trying to keep their empire to themselves. If they don’t back Trump they will appear as helpers for Hillary. The American people are angrier than they ever have been. If Hillary ends up winning these (leaders) will make it so we will oust them and create a new party. These guys can still save their places but they better act fast. These guys are the reason we are angry they are the ones we call RINO’s. They all have liberal bents.

  • DrBillLemoine

    Let’s remember Trump represents only about 20% of republicans according to turnout and vote results in primaries/caucuses. Palin hasn’t thought it through as now she is anti-80% or so of her occasional party members. Once again the half-time ex-governor inserts herself into the limelight perhaps feeling overwhelmed by the gigantic spotlight now shining on showman Trump. These entertainers are so egotistical, when what we need in high office is competent lawmakers and leaders, not bombastic glib stage/tv actors.

    • Beamer2006

      By whose figures? Crybaby Beck’s? Donald has been bringing in people from the Democrat and Independent ranks if you look at the totals he’s amassed during the campaign season in his march toward the presidency. The Donald is exposing the liberal oligarchy-controlled duopoly that disdains true conservatives. No more Flip Flop Romney’s nor Songbird McCain’s need apply. What has the GOP done under Ryano? Immigration, Debt ceiling, Fast n Furious, IRS scandal, gay marriage, Benghazi, Obamacare, Hill’s private server and on and on? NOTHING!

      • DrBillLemoine

        Primary/caucus turnout is (generously) 40%; Trump gets on average 50% of the vote. That’s 20% of republican voters from every source. Your ‘totals’ must be compared to past figures and it’s not so good overall.
        Generally speaking conservative and liberal workers have been ignored by the parties, primarily republican-controlled congress. Wages have flat lined for a generation since Reagan and PATCO. The consumer driven economy needs higher wages and disposable income to thrive, not just limp along as today. Your made-up description slants against republican orthodoxy, not national needs, so I presume you are part of problem, failure to address national needs like immigration, taxation, job creation, pay inequities, civil and voter rights. Your issues are smokescreens RINOs use to make work, pretend to be working but get nowhere and waste taxpayer money. Hold hearings on all issues and get the Senate to do it’s sworn Constitutional duty to approve the replacement Justice. It’s your Freedom Caucus that stonewalls everything. Vote them out.

      • Doris Will

        You hit the nail right on the head. It seems as though Harry Reid is taking over the minds and bodies of Romney and Ryan.

      • Gnowark

        I agree with you, but must mention: please don’t feed the trolls

    • SCSOCAL

      Bill – Trump is bringing in new voters who have never voted before. He is getting the blue collar vote that used to vote for Dems. He is getting disgruntled Dems who have never liked Hillary, he is getting women’s votes, blacks and Latinos. His appeal is very broad and not at all what the polls and the establishment are telling you. Even the NYT did an article on Trumps supporters after sending reporters to his rallies. He has the numbers and enthusiasm of many different kinds and cultures
      and who are very smart!! Again not what the establishment wants you to know. Wake up and ignore their polls and their math!
      Stop degrading Palin and Trump. You have been a lib for a long time and most likely voted for Obama twice. You have no credibility!

      • DrBillLemoine

        It’s still very low numbers. If new voters and Dems voted Trump, it’s very very bad for Republican numbers, worse than I’ve calculated. Those non-republicans will get to measure Trump vs. either Dem and make a landslide for Dems.
        You are joking about minorities voting for Trump–tiny numbers according to the polls. Repubs have no programs for middle class people beyond Trump bluster nobody else on the right supports. Enthusiasm abounds for entertainers–remember the Beatles(?), the British Invasion(?). At least we avoided the Cruz Canadian invasion.
        Smart voters–not likely by my personal investigations. Know nothings, do nothings, rubes, cowboys, yahoos who won’t vote in November. My credibility is in my arguments, not your applause or catcalls.

    • anne@fidalgo.net

      Hog wash. We’ve had your “competent lawmakers (attorneys) and leaders.” Don’t you understand they are the ones that got us in this mess? These are exactly the corrupt leaders we are trying to get rid of! Can’t you wrap your stupid head around that?

      • DrBillLemoine

        REPUBLICAN lawmakers and leaders got the GOP into this trouble by their spineless avoidance of the great unwashed Trump cadre since 2010 and the Tea Party wave. Corruption–try speaker Denny Hastert, almost speaker Bob Livingston, almost LA Gov. Vitter, two-timer Ensign, and many more. Today try Cruz. My head isn’t big enough to wrap around so much evil.

        • ezekiel22

          When you speak regarding corruption at least be evenhanded about it. I could match you for corrupt democrats easily and you know it.
          Here is as they say the straight poop. People of both parties are completely pissed off! If they had of listened and acted according to the electorate neither party would be in the trouble they are in. Instead they decided agenda was the all to be all. For proof of this just look to obama and his precious legacy. He is responsible for the phrase of being Grubered and now everyone knows that the Iran deal is a complete lie engineered by Rhodes. These are classic examples of agenda first electorate be damned. The republicans not much better also ignoring their constituency.
          You referred to unwashed masses and therein lies your problem as well as that of most liberals today. Y’all fail to identify with constituencies. JFK and FDR both democrats from differing sides of the political spectrum were able to use the bully pulpit to convince people they were right. We now have those like obama that choose to lecture instead. History has shown that Americans do not like to be lectured.

          • DrBillLemoine

            There’s so much plan crap here, it’s not worth the time to respond. You are in turn easily led, thin skinned, shallow, partisan, biased, anti-intellectual and just plain wrong.

          • ezekiel22

            OOOOOO ouch!! You must be in a bad mood today. I guess the Qunniepiac poll is a bit disturbing. Oh well I guess you just shown what I meant. You like to lecture and not convince. That is not good.

          • DrBillLemoine

            You are missing so much here . . .

    • paulyz

      Ronald Reagan was an Actor, & Trump is getting the majority of votes, quit with the BS already!

    • Ed R

      I suppose that you think that Obama was more well suited to be President that Donald Trump. Man–where are you coming from?

      • DrBillLemoine

        The presidency requires someone with government service, someone who knows how the system works, who can hit the ground running to resolve big national problems, not a guy who has the wacky and dangerous ideas we’ve already heard from total greenhorn Trump. But what’s your opinion so we can spar? Have no idea where you are coming from but you want to guess about me–no trouble but ordinarily off base.

  • Dr. G

    I have always said that the real battle isn’t between Democrats and Republicans. It is between the Conservatives and RINOs for the heart and soul of the Republican Party. Trump terrifies them so much that it has even exposed “establishment conservatives” or neocons like George Will who were always closet RINOs in their own right. Ryan and the rest are squealing like stuck pigs as Trump et al threaten them at the Get Along – Go Along feed trougth in Washington.

    • Ken says

      Hey Dr G – you are on the right track BUT there are Not enough Constitutional Government Conservatives to take over anything – in fact there are not enough Moderates to take over anything. Until Conservatives and Moderates get their heads out of (where ever they have been hiding them) and start working on “a few goals” to correct the course of OUR Government and START the changes that are now very openly being talked about by voters. Unless this can be accomplished we will “enjoy” another 8 years of the Progressive Agenda we have all “enjoyed” for the last 28 years.

      Vast numbers of voters are finally awake and see how they have been screwed for the last 28 years – now it is time for Conservatives to wake up and join taking the first step in changing the direction of the USA.

    • MarshallArt

      Dr. G—Are you saying that Trump is a RINO? He’s not a conservative so I’m not clear on your position. I’m not impressed that a liberal would shake up the GOP. It’s what they hope to do. Trump is a wolf in right-wing clothing. There are a lot of RINOs that are more conservative than Trump. I’d take a RINO over him right now.

      • Dr. G

        My – don’t you have all your terms mixed up. Just read my post. No, Trump is not a RINO. But he is their nemesis, as he will upset the RINO applecart and cut off their funds from all of their schemes.

        • MarshallArt

          Well then, you don’t know what a conservative is. Trump is not a conservative. A Republican who isn’t a staunch conservative is a RINO. A conservative wouldn’t favor higher tax rates on the rich. Trump does, though he backed off that a bit by saying that rates will still be lower than they are now. That’s just one issue where he shows that he hasn’t become the conservative he so easily fooled the Chumps for Trump into believing he is, simply by talking rudely (what for him passes as non-politically correct speech) and talking about immigration as he does. Thus, there is no reason to suppose he’ll act like a conservative should he win the White House.

          • Dr. G

            Why do you keep insisting on things I have not said? Trump is no RINO – but he is no Conservative, either. Yet I believe in the Reagan Analysis of the Political Class. If you agree on 80% with another, you can at least work with that person. But if someone agrees 100% with you, cover your wallet! Trump is the ruination of phony neocons and RINOs, destroying their power base and income streams derived from playing the Conservative base while laughing all the way to the bank hand-in-hand with the Left. Likewise he destroys the Left like a bright light turned on in a filthy room, scattering the Progressive cockroaches. He does not do so as a true Conservative would, no. Yet for the 80% agreement I have with him, it is a MUCH better deal than the current 100% of lies from the neocons and RINOs imbedded in Washington today.

          • MarshallArt

            Time and space prevents me from providing a run-down of all Trump’s said and done, but I would insist that you’ve got the percentage reversed, unless you, too, are a leftist or, as I fear, not truly clear on what conservatism is. Nor do I believe HE knows.

  • SDofAZ

    While she is at it, have her work on the other rinos and dems running for reelection like Pelosi and McCain. Two really lousy follow the leader as in BO lemmings.

  • Jm

    There has been no difference in Democrats and Republicans for 20 years. Why should anyone be surprised by Ryan. He is smart enough to know a vote against Trump is a vote for Hillary. They all know that. It is simple math except when using Common Core.

    • SDofAZ

      That goes for all who backed that Gang of Eight bill in 2014 including 8 rinos and McCain and Flakey both signed it. AZ senators are worthless!

      • E Swisher

        Yep… Where were they for the veterans that had to use the Phoenix VA Medical Center. They ignored the vet in a wheelchair that I remember seeing protesting that facility as far back as 2008…Hope they both are voted out of office.

      • Ken says

        Not all Senators – as I recall there was a AZ Senator Goldwater that fought the Liberal Elite and won the GOP Presidential slot. He was not “one of their chosen” and the GOP backed Lyndon Johnson (their Democrat nominee) and with enough money Johnson won and was an perfect Puppet.

    • Ken says

      Great post – one correction – not 20 years – 28 years. In 1980 the 1% (or Establishment or Power Brokers or Liberal Elite) – you know – the handful of power that decides who will be the nominee for both Parties lost control of nominations for both Parties – it was a major setback for the Progressive Agenda. They decided that could NEVER happen again and right now they are spending billions to stop Trump. Why are they against Trump after all he is a billionaire. He has all the unacceptable qualities the 1% Liberal Elite Establishment hates. Trump is a Patriotic American – against dumbed down education – not Politically Correct (he speaks English that most Citizens understand) – he is “in their face” and exposing them – refuses to play their “get along & go along politics – his biggest offense is he is NOT a Puppet and they don’t have enough money to buy him and he is Politically a Moderate – he does not lie and claim to be a Conservative but Moderates have valuable Conservative Principles too – Immigration, taxes, defense, foreign policy, education, welfare, economics, bloated government, waste of tax dollars, stifling rules and regulations, the nanny state…….. that is enough for me to vote for him even if he can only get a handle on a few items on the list. Beats the hell out of the last 28 years and the prospect of 8 more years of the Progressive Agenda.

    • MarshallArt

      It’s frankly idiotic to suggest that Ryan wants Hillary to win the White House. I believe he feels as I do…that there is no “lesser of two evils” here. There is only one lefty opposing another. The Chumps for Trump are chumps indeed.

  • gerald Hughes

    I am working on establishing residence in the 1st congressional district of Wisconsin, now along with n41 others.
    We are working for Paul Nehlen, the man that is running against Ryan in the primary and raising funds for him all we can, we will vote for Nehlen in the primaries and urge you to do so also.

    • SDofAZ

      Good job and hope you are successful. We are working on McCain with Ward in AZ.

    • Gnowark

      In New York, We are trying to get Wendy Long(R) to oust slimey schumer(D) senate, and Claudia Tenney to replace RINO Hanna in NY22 (In case there are other NYers out there – name recognition)

  • itsfun

    Sarah is probably right. Ryan is telling the people to go to hell, because he is smarter than any old dumb ass tax payer. He is a big part of the problem, not the solution.

    • MarshallArt

      No he’s not. He’s telling Trump that he’s not president material. He’s obliged to put the country first. If he feels supporting Trump does not do that, he is obliged to withhold his endorsement…in which case I insist it makes up for the budget deal to a great extent.

      • itsfun

        He’s not putting the country first. He is putting his establishment buddies and rich lobbyist first.

        • MarshallArt

          Really, itsfun? You’re a mind-reader? You have Ryan on tape clearly saying that he’s putting his buddies and lobbyists first?

          • itsfun

            Yes really! When he went back on his word to support the Republican candidate, he put the establishment and lobbyist first.

          • MarshallArt

            Again, are you a mind reader? Has he claimed publicly that he lives to “put the establishment and lobbyist first”? Many on the right do not believe that Trump is a Republican (except in name only) and certainly not a conservative. To support someone who is far more left than right is not the job of the Speaker of the House. Until I see proof of allegations like yours, I will prefer to believe that Ryan sees a Trump presidency as detrimental to the nation as would be a Clinton or Sanders victory.

          • itsfun

            Believe what you want to. Its people like you that will get crooked Hillary elected.

          • MarshallArt

            Frankly, while I’m leaning toward not casting a vote for president for the first time since my first vote in 1976, it’s early enough that I don’t have to commit to that while I give Trump time to prove he’s the lesser of two evils. At present, I can’t see either worthy of even that dubious title. As such, it’s really a matter of our nation continuing to suffer regardless of which one of these unqualified and unworthy candidates wins. Rest assured that I’m studying all that hopes to provide reason to vote for him. Letting Hillary win isn’t a good enough reason at this time.

          • itsfun

            If these 2 are the best our country can come up with, we may be in more trouble than ever thought. Both are hated by the other party and will have trouble getting any of their ideas through the Congress. It will probably be a rough 4 years for the country.

          • MarshallArt

            Of this I have little doubt. Should Trump win, we’ll see soon enough just what kind of deal maker he truly is, and how good. I really don’t think he has any idea of what he’s getting himself into.

          • itsfun

            Trump prides himself in being a great deal maker. What bigger deals could anyone make being President. I think he looks at being the President as making the biggest deals possible.

          • MarshallArt

            Pride is but one of his obvious negatives, as far as I’m concerned. He isn’t dealing in real estate here. This is all one big self-stroke for Trump.

          • itsfun

            you may be right, however I think there is more to him then we realize or understand. Just don’t know what it is.

          • MarshallArt

            That’s the quandary. We just don’t know with this guy. With Sanders and Clinton, there’s no doubt about what we’ll get. That should scare people enough to avoid them. But there is the possibility that Trump would actually be better, or somehow noticeably not as bad. At the same time, he could be far worse. He’s an unknown quantity, and if he wasn’t such a scumbag, it would be a better gamble.

          • itsfun

            He is a unknown. I do think he will improve our national security and military though. It bothers me when the President won’t even say the name of terrorists. I fear Hillary is just more of Obama.

          • MarshallArt

            Hillary is indeed more Obama. I thought when they ran against each other back in ’08, that the only difference between the two is that she had bigger balls.
            As to Trump, I’m not even sure he’d be stronger militarily. I’m not convinced that anything he says is more than a mean to attract support in order to get elected. I don’t think he has any clue about what a president is able to do Constitutionally, or that he even knows what a Constitution is. While he talks tough, he has to get past Congress in order to do much of anything, or he will abuse the executive order angle in the same way Obama does.
            We’ll see.

  • cathylovesyou

    Palin is right again on one point with Ryan, he signed his resignation papers. He must join Boehner in do nothingville

    • Ken says

      Boner officiated at the Ryan/Obama numptials. McConnell gave the “bride” away and Graham was the Matron of Honor.

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