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We are in serious Trouble people! The Republican Party is our enemy!

(Breitbart) – Last month, House Speaker Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) successfully pushed through Congress his $1.1 trillion omnibus spending bill that funds visas for nearly 300,000 temporary and permanent Muslim migrants over the next 12 months.

The omnibus bill also funded sanctuary cities, illegal alien tax credits, and changed federal law to allow for a massive increase in low-skilled H-2B workers– an immigration expansion opposed by more than nine in ten GOP voters. Yet at the first gathering of all House Republicans since the omnibus’s passage, Politico reports that GOP lawmakers gave Ryan a standing ovation at the close of this week’s Republican Congressional retreat.

Politico writes: “Retreats like this week’s pow-wow at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor are typically contentious affairs. For the past four years, lawmakers used it as an occasion to scream at John Boehner and Eric Cantor. During their last session here, however, Ryan got a standing ovation as he made commitments to [pursue] big ideas.”

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Yet neither John Boehner nor Eric Cantor joined Barack Obama to expand Muslim immigration in to the United States– a distinction which is uniquely Paul Ryan’s.

The Politico piece, entitled “House Republicans Happy For Once,” notes specifically that Republican lawmakers “feel good” about Ryan’s policies– a distinctly different sentiment than the one held by the GOP electorate:

After years of poisonous relationships, disgust and recriminations, something bizarre happened here: House Republicans found happiness. It’s too early to tell if it’s momentary or permanent, but House Republicans feel good about Speaker Paul Ryan’s push to develop new policies.
Ryan laid out those policies—which he described as a “bold, pro-growth agenda”—in this week’s Republican address. The policies– which read like the usual Republican clichés espoused throughout Ryan’s career– will focus on five areas: health care, “poverty and opportunity,” “constitutional authority,” national security, and “jobs and economic growth”.

Interestingly, nowhere in Ryan’s priorities is the topic of immigration mentioned– even though Paul Ryan views mass immigration as part of his vision for growing the economy, along with passing President Obama’s unpopular trade policies.

In fact, Ryan even avoided addressing the subject of immigration when discussing his national security priorities. While Ryan notes that Republicans will boost national security by focusing on “building a 21st-century military,” he makes no mention of stopping the large-scale visa issuances to Muslim migrants.

Similarly in his discussion of restoring “Constitutional authority,” Ryan declares that the “president’s executive overreach has undermined the Constitution.” What Ryan fails to mention is that his omnibus spending bill fully funded President Obama’s still fully-operational 2012 executive amnesty for illegal immigrants who allegedly came to the country as minors.

Moreover, Ryan’s office put out a press release detailing that the Republican Party’s agenda of “jobs and economic growth” will focus on “ideas to fix our tax code, rein in the regulatory state, and maximize our energy potential.” Ryan’s office makes no mention of easing or reversing the unprecedented flow of low-wage labor into American communities, nor did Ryan’s office explain how he plans to “fix our tax code [and] rein in the regulatory state” while importing large numbers of migrants who favor big government policies. A 2012 Pew Hispanic Center survey found that 75% of Hispanics and 55% of Asians prefer bigger governments that provide more services as opposed to smaller government that provide fewer services. A separate Pew report notes that 68% of Muslims in America “say they prefer bigger government providing more services… over a smaller government providing fewer services.”

Before the Congressional retreat, Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL), Chairman of the Senate Immigration Subcommittee, along with Congressman Rep. Dave Brat (R-VA), warned Republicans against pursuing the agenda to which Paul Ryan seems wedded.

The two lawmakers penned a “Dear Colleague” letter, which was hand-delivered to every Republican Congressional office, arguing against the open border immigration policies Ryan has pushed throughout his career. The lawmakers even referenced one of Ryan’s catch phrases specifically by name:

As our conference prepares to hold its annual policy retreat, we would like to share some thoughts on the one policy that most separates the views of the GOP’s voters from the party’s biggest donors: immigration… If we want to lay out a ‘bold, conservative agenda,’ and demonstrate that we serve the voters—and not the special interests—we should begin by advancing bills to reduce out-of-control immigration. That is the reform our voters want, and that is what we must deliver.
In their letter, Sessions and Brat provide some historical context on the nation’s federal immigration policy:

After the numerically-smaller 1880-1920 immigration wave, immigration was reduced for half a century. There was no net increase in the immigrant population over a fifty-year period—in fact, the foreign born population declined substantially between 1920 and 1970.
Sessions and Brat explain:

In the fifty years since visa caps were lifted in 1965, the level of immigration in the country has quadrupled—from fewer than 10 million foreign-born residents in 1970 to more than 42 million today. Over the next five decades, Pew Research projects immigration will add another 103 million to the U.S. population—or the population equivalent of 25 cities of Los Angeles. That would mean 100 straight years of uninterrupted record-breaking immigration growth. This autopilot immigration flow is not only extreme, but ahistorical.
Interestingly, this bit of immigration history was omitted from the Republican Party’s State of the Union rebuttal, as well as Nikki Haley’s subsequent press tour– during both of which she repeatedly touted the mythology that America’s history was built upon continued immigration. Both Brat and Sessions criticized Haley’s national address.

In an interview with New England radio host Howie Carr, Sessions described the GOP’s State of the Union rebuttal as not so much an attack on Donald Trump as “an attack on the voters.” Sessions said:

I know great Americans– great Americans– who love this country, and they are not happy with what’s going on in Washington. And so what do we hear? [Sessions imitates Haley’s speech:] ‘Oh, don’t be unhappy. You know, you’re just angry and scared and nativist, and you’re being seduced by these loud voices.’ I don’t like that message. I think we should listen to what people are telling [us]… We need to be listening to our constituents, not lecturing them.
Brat similarly criticized the party’s rebuttal– telling The Hill, “The Republican speech and President Obama’s speech both had the same thesis, which is an attack on one person.”

As Sessions and Brat had explained in their “Dear Colleague” letter, which was circulated prior to Haley’s State of the Union response:

The enormity of what is happening is somehow being lost on our political leaders. But it is not lost on the American people. Today, after five decades of record immigration, a record number of Americans are not working. The share of men in their prime working years who do not have jobs has tripled since the late 1960s. Workplace participation for women has declined more than three full percentage points since 2000. Median household incomes today are $4,000 less than they were fifteen years ago… Absent visa reductions, the annual rate of immigration, the total level of immigration, and the percentage of the country that is foreign-born will continue surging every single year.
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Pine it!

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If we dont stop Paul Ryan somehow, any how, we are fucking screwed

we will be voted out of our own country.
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Ryan’s decision to posture himself as a “counterweight” to Trump seems in keeping with Republican leadership’s longstanding practice of ignoring—and even publically condemning— the desires of their constituents.
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Paul Ryan's number one goal is massive Immigration
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NO MORE FUCKING MIGRANTS UNLESS THEY ARE WHITE
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NO MORE FUCKING MIGRANTS UNLESS THEY ARE WHITE
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Paul Ryan and Niki Haley are calling for 100 million new immigrants..
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The rich make their move on America now.
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We are in serious Trouble people! The Republican Party is our enemy!

(Breitbart) – Last month, House Speaker Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) successfully pushed through Congress his $1.1 trillion omnibus spending bill that funds visas for nearly 300,000 temporary and permanent Muslim migrants over the next 12 months.

The omnibus bill also funded sanctuary cities, illegal alien tax credits, and changed federal law to allow for a massive increase in low-skilled H-2B workers– an immigration expansion opposed by more than nine in ten GOP voters. Yet at the first gathering of all House Republicans since the omnibus’s passage, Politico reports that GOP lawmakers gave Ryan a standing ovation at the close of this week’s Republican Congressional retreat.

Politico writes: “Retreats like this week’s pow-wow at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor are typically contentious affairs. For the past four years, lawmakers used it as an occasion to scream at John Boehner and Eric Cantor. During their last session here, however, Ryan got a standing ovation as he made commitments to [pursue] big ideas.”

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Yet neither John Boehner nor Eric Cantor joined Barack Obama to expand Muslim immigration in to the United States– a distinction which is uniquely Paul Ryan’s.

The Politico piece, entitled “House Republicans Happy For Once,” notes specifically that Republican lawmakers “feel good” about Ryan’s policies– a distinctly different sentiment than the one held by the GOP electorate:

After years of poisonous relationships, disgust and recriminations, something bizarre happened here: House Republicans found happiness. It’s too early to tell if it’s momentary or permanent, but House Republicans feel good about Speaker Paul Ryan’s push to develop new policies.
Ryan laid out those policies—which he described as a “bold, pro-growth agenda”—in this week’s Republican address. The policies– which read like the usual Republican clichés espoused throughout Ryan’s career– will focus on five areas: health care, “poverty and opportunity,” “constitutional authority,” national security, and “jobs and economic growth”.

Interestingly, nowhere in Ryan’s priorities is the topic of immigration mentioned– even though Paul Ryan views mass immigration as part of his vision for growing the economy, along with passing President Obama’s unpopular trade policies.

In fact, Ryan even avoided addressing the subject of immigration when discussing his national security priorities. While Ryan notes that Republicans will boost national security by focusing on “building a 21st-century military,” he makes no mention of stopping the large-scale visa issuances to Muslim migrants.

Similarly in his discussion of restoring “Constitutional authority,” Ryan declares that the “president’s executive overreach has undermined the Constitution.” What Ryan fails to mention is that his omnibus spending bill fully funded President Obama’s still fully-operational 2012 executive amnesty for illegal immigrants who allegedly came to the country as minors.

Moreover, Ryan’s office put out a press release detailing that the Republican Party’s agenda of “jobs and economic growth” will focus on “ideas to fix our tax code, rein in the regulatory state, and maximize our energy potential.” Ryan’s office makes no mention of easing or reversing the unprecedented flow of low-wage labor into American communities, nor did Ryan’s office explain how he plans to “fix our tax code [and] rein in the regulatory state” while importing large numbers of migrants who favor big government policies. A 2012 Pew Hispanic Center survey found that 75% of Hispanics and 55% of Asians prefer bigger governments that provide more services as opposed to smaller government that provide fewer services. A separate Pew report notes that 68% of Muslims in America “say they prefer bigger government providing more services… over a smaller government providing fewer services.”

Before the Congressional retreat, Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL), Chairman of the Senate Immigration Subcommittee, along with Congressman Rep. Dave Brat (R-VA), warned Republicans against pursuing the agenda to which Paul Ryan seems wedded.

The two lawmakers penned a “Dear Colleague” letter, which was hand-delivered to every Republican Congressional office, arguing against the open border immigration policies Ryan has pushed throughout his career. The lawmakers even referenced one of Ryan’s catch phrases specifically by name:

As our conference prepares to hold its annual policy retreat, we would like to share some thoughts on the one policy that most separates the views of the GOP’s voters from the party’s biggest donors: immigration… If we want to lay out a ‘bold, conservative agenda,’ and demonstrate that we serve the voters—and not the special interests—we should begin by advancing bills to reduce out-of-control immigration. That is the reform our voters want, and that is what we must deliver.
In their letter, Sessions and Brat provide some historical context on the nation’s federal immigration policy:

After the numerically-smaller 1880-1920 immigration wave, immigration was reduced for half a century. There was no net increase in the immigrant population over a fifty-year period—in fact, the foreign born population declined substantially between 1920 and 1970.
Sessions and Brat explain:

In the fifty years since visa caps were lifted in 1965, the level of immigration in the country has quadrupled—from fewer than 10 million foreign-born residents in 1970 to more than 42 million today. Over the next five decades, Pew Research projects immigration will add another 103 million to the U.S. population—or the population equivalent of 25 cities of Los Angeles. That would mean 100 straight years of uninterrupted record-breaking immigration growth. This autopilot immigration flow is not only extreme, but ahistorical.
Interestingly, this bit of immigration history was omitted from the Republican Party’s State of the Union rebuttal, as well as Nikki Haley’s subsequent press tour– during both of which she repeatedly touted the mythology that America’s history was built upon continued immigration. Both Brat and Sessions criticized Haley’s national address.

In an interview with New England radio host Howie Carr, Sessions described the GOP’s State of the Union rebuttal as not so much an attack on Donald Trump as “an attack on the voters.” Sessions said:

I know great Americans– great Americans– who love this country, and they are not happy with what’s going on in Washington. And so what do we hear? [Sessions imitates Haley’s speech:] ‘Oh, don’t be unhappy. You know, you’re just angry and scared and nativist, and you’re being seduced by these loud voices.’ I don’t like that message. I think we should listen to what people are telling [us]… We need to be listening to our constituents, not lecturing them.
Brat similarly criticized the party’s rebuttal– telling The Hill, “The Republican speech and President Obama’s speech both had the same thesis, which is an attack on one person.”

As Sessions and Brat had explained in their “Dear Colleague” letter, which was circulated prior to Haley’s State of the Union response:

The enormity of what is happening is somehow being lost on our political leaders. But it is not lost on the American people. Today, after five decades of record immigration, a record number of Americans are not working. The share of men in their prime working years who do not have jobs has tripled since the late 1960s. Workplace participation for women has declined more than three full percentage points since 2000. Median household incomes today are $4,000 less than they were fifteen years ago… Absent visa reductions, the annual rate of immigration, the total level of immigration, and the percentage of the country that is foreign-born will continue surging every single year.
- See more at: [link to www.teaparty.org]

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Yes! They forget that WE pay their salaries to represent us, We the People to do our business, not their business. WE are their boss, not the other way around. WE need to start hammering that home to our "employees" in DC.
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He laid his hand out on the table when he forfeited the debate with Biden. He gave Biden that debate which in part fucked Romney, leading to Obamas re-election.

He's part of the machine.
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NO MORE FUCKING MIGRANTS UNLESS THEY ARE WHITE
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Paul Ryan and Niki Haley are calling for 100 million new immigrants..
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WE need to fire both of them.
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Paul Ryan's number one goal is massive Immigration
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notice after he was appointed he immediately started growing a beard, a sign that he stands with "the tribe".
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NO MORE FUCKING MIGRANTS UNLESS THEY ARE WHITE
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Paul Ryan and Niki Haley are calling for 100 million new immigrants..
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WE need to fire both of them.
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they want the immigrants because they hate Christian voters

they want the illegals so the Christian vote no longer matters

This is why Republicans are pushing Homosexuality, Gun Control, and Illegal immigration

they want you Christians irrelevant
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You guys act like you're surprised.
Keep this in mind:
NOTHING will change as long as the lobby exists in DC.
Abolish the lobby...Representation back to the people.
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Thread: Tucker Carlson said Republican Party Leaders and Donors not only disagree with Republican primary voters they hate them, especially Christians
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you guys pinned the wrong thread
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Mr Ryan is a Catholic. Most likely also a Jesuit.

He is beholden to the pope. Not you or I.




Tick Tock...
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As it is going to be beyond the control of the American to prevent the invasion...we have to be prepared to handle the situation.

When you have a building infested with rats...you call an exterminator. You plant traps. You set out poison. You protect your kids.

Our own government is trying to destroy our way of life. They can see what these sub-humans are doing in Germany and Sweden. They know they bringing in rapists, pedos, and mindless killers who only follow their urges and appetites.

Our leaders swore to protecting us and they import murderers who are sworn only to a god and religion that orders our deaths?

Why is there no recourse to these traitors?

It will all lead to a massive bloodbath as the people respond the only way they can to protect their families?

When the extermination begins...our POTUS will order the American citizens to be put down...to save his poor muslims.
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One of you talented and artistic GLP'ers needs to make a smiley for Paul:

A giant turd with blue eyes and that Eddie Munster Fucking Haircut being raped to death by Muslims.
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Republicans compromised Democratic provisions for tax changes.

Why ? For future Tax Reform.


" The PREP Plan: Paying for the Tax Extenders to Set Up Tax Reform "

[link to crfb.org]

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good luck with them rapefugees.
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SHIT!!!! Republicans are now more dangerous than Democrats

who woulda thunk it?
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Pine it!

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T-R-E-A-S-O-N
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psychopaths, all of `em.

ahhh
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good luck with them rapefugees.
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Those rapeugees won't have an easy time here.
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good luck with them rapefugees.
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No,problem Facebook is helping on organizing it.We have hi tech help and us taxpayer funding.Do not worry about us,just tell your wife,daughter and mom to get ready to be gang raped by Obama's friends
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trump should give that post to rand paul...he would be good there
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NO MORE FUCKING MIGRANTS UNLESS THEY ARE WHITE
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Paul Ryan and Niki Haley are calling for 100 million new immigrants..
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Gasp!!

How can these people be stopped.

This blatant oligarchy needs to be brought down ASAP
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good luck with them rapefugees.
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Those rapeugees won't have an easy time here.
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i hope so. but so far i am not impressed by usa resistance against their tyrants and traitors.
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For shame paul ryan. Damn you.





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