Paul Ryan's Office Calls Cops On Jobless Protesters

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    It's also unbelievable that he is charging $15 to attend his one town hall event in his district this summer on September 6. Why would an elected official be charging his constituents to attend such a meeting? Is that even legal?

    Paul Ryan's Office Calls Cops On Jobless Protesters
     
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    Classy.
     
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    So No democrat has ever Called the Cops on Protesters that got out of hand? Why does it matter if there Jobless or not?

    U guys are a joke.
     
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    He is charging 15 Bucks FOR ONE FUCKING Day as part of a Republican Party Fund Raiser. Obama Charges 5 Grand a plate just for the chance to talk to him. Of Course charging 15 Bucks on one Day of the Year is legal. It's called a fucking Fund Raiser. You fucking Idiot. Anyone who does not want to Contribute can talk to him on the other 364 Days in a year.

    You guys are raging asshole Hippocrates.
     
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    Hippos!

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    15 bucks? You call that a "fundraiser"? You can't be serious. It costs more than that to rent the hall.

    In 2009, Ryan had lots of town halls. But that was before his plan to end medicare came out. Watch the town halls where he is heckled. Looks like no one in the room, except Ryan, is under 60. Hardly wild Democrats with an "agenda".

    You right wingers. You only see what you want to. You only hear what you "imagine".
     
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    of course it's legal.

    they call them *fundraisers*, unless you're trying to score some kind of points, then you call them *town hall style* meetings, and bang on the offending pol for having the effrontery to charge admission.

    like this....

    barney frank had a *town hall style* meeting with wall street brokers, and charged a minimum $1000/head up to over $5000.

    Mr. Frank Goes to Wall Street - NYTimes.com


    oh, the humanity! :rofl:
     
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    One would think that Ryan would issue "vouchers" to unemployed constituents so they could attend his meeting.
     

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