VIDEO: "Where Is Paul Ryan" activists banned; unemployed constituents locked out of Ryan's office building


Paul Ryan once again proves why his decision to run for president was the right one. I mean in addition to his Kill Medicare plan. I mean in addition to wanting to charge $15 to ask him a question. I mean in addition to caring more about corporations than constituents.

To quote Blogging Blue, " Why would someone who drinks $350 bottles of wine want to waste time meeting with people that do not have jobs?"


The fifth day of the "Where Is Paul Ryan" Sit In and Protest started on a humid but pleasant note here in Kenosha. Upon arriving at Paul Ryan's constituent office, however, the activists found the doors locked and an entire crew of police in and around the building. It took some time to figure out exactly what was going on, but as outlined in the video, it seems that the staff of Paul Ryan's office, in collusion with the property owner, both filed a formal complaint against the protesters and they are now banned from the building. When asked what the specific complaint was, an officer on the scene would not answer.

Long story short, the protest will go on outside for the moment. But why is the Congressman bringing in the police to kick a bunch of peaceful and unemployed constituents, that want nothing more than for the representative to schedule a public town hall like he has dozens of times before, out of his office. Is he just tired of them asking? Or is he somehow offended by the their message: that we need real job-creation legislation and not just tax breaks for corporations and billionaires.