Big Spending, Pro-Amnesty, Pro-TPP Speaker Paul Ryan Gets Primary Challenge from Local Businessman

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In mid-December Speaker Ryan passed a trillion dollar budget deal that was widely praised by Barack Obama and Democratic leaders.
Democrats got everything they wanted.
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After Republicans passed this budget Rush Limbaugh posed the question: Tell Me How the Budget Deal Would Be Worse If Democrats Ran Congress
It wouldn’t.

Since then a movement started to primary Paul Ryan out of office.
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A facebook page was set up to primary Paul Ryan from Congress.

The page has nearly 40,000 likes.

There is also a Fire Paul Ryan webpage set up online.

Now Paul Ryan has a primary challenger.

Wisconsin businessman Paul Nehlen announced Tuesday he will challenge Paul Ryan for Congress.
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The Washington Times reported:

Wisconsin businessman Paul Nehlen announced Tuesday that he is the tea party-allied candidate who is challenging House Speaker Paul D. Ryan in the Republican primary, saying he’s “had it” with the speaker betraying conservatives.

Sources first confirmed to The Washington Times earlier this week that a wealthy businessman was mounting a primary challenge to Mr. Ryan in Wisconsin’s 1st Congressional District, but Mr. Nehlen did not reveal his identity until now.

“Paul Ryan’s embrace of big government spending, his continued support of illegal immigration and imported workers, and his championing of the job-killing trade deal known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership betrays me, this district, and this nation,” he said.

“He’s failed to put America’s security and American jobs first. I’ve had it. We’ve all had it,” said Mr. Nehlen, a successful executive, entrepreneur and inventor who previously donated to Mr. Ryan’s campaigns.

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