Boehner’s first choice to replace him as Speaker was rejected by the Freedom Caucus, a conservative group of Republicans who want to stop the liberal agenda that is causing America’s decline. Paul Ryan is thought to be a good alternative, but even he has already expressed his belief that Republicans are not the solution, but part of the problem.
Former VP nominee, Paul Ryan (R-WI), was nominated by Republicans to replace John Boehner as Speaker of the House. He took the position very reluctantly because he values spending time with his family. But Republicans are left wondering if he will replace Boehner who has surrendered to Democrats consistently for the last six years, or if he will stand up against them. Ryan repeated the liberal media line that Congress is dysfunctional and Republicans are the cause of it.
Washington is broken. They run up astronomical debt, waste taxpayer money on their cronies, and blame each other for the decline of America. The problem is not that they have opposing views. The problem is that one party is the problem and believes it is the solution, while the other doesn’t believe they are the solution and thereby have become part of the problem.
The Republican Establishments choice to replace Boehner as Speaker of the House, the number one position after the president and VP, is following in Boehner’s footsteps that it is Republicans, not Democrats, who are the problem. Republicans who surrender are not indeed the problem as Boehner has proven over six years of surrendering to the Obama agenda and fighting conservatives who attempted to stop it? Ryan gives no indication he will replace Boehner’s policies with conservative good sense, but only that he will fill Boehner’s shoes.
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