Ryan, frustrated with budget opposition, prefers conservative debate stay 'within the family'

  • Article by: Associated Press
  • Updated: December 15, 2013 - 8:05 AM

WASHINGTON — Rep. Paul Ryan says he was frustrated with conservative groups that protested the bipartisan budget deal he helped engineer.

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livefreeordDec. 15, 13 8:35 AM

What a load of crap. Sure he likes debate. That's why he unveiled an agreement negotiated in secret and then rammed it through in less than a week, just like Obamacare. We do NOT have the same goals. They speak of this agreement as if they won because they lifted the cap on Pentagon spending. That is not a win! What don't they get about NO MORE SPENDING!

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formergopDec. 15, 1310:22 AM

I think the Republicans really do not consider the tea party family any more. The tea party needs to start their own party. Which would fail.

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markeyboyDec. 15, 13 2:09 PM

This is the world of the GOP. Claim concession to the opposition, and victory to your unsavory allies who he hopes remain behind closed doors. Paul Ryans "buddies" are the teaparty who he thinks are the energy and in your face tactless cornerstone to his GOP future. When the teaparty acts out it isn't a pretty sight. The formerly failed trotting out of the Ryan Plan now has hopes of revival using the teaparty army. Using teaparty pimply faced freshmen is based upon their continued maligning of and wishful failure of Obamacare. In this world your hopes are dim if you don't have connections or means. End Medicare, end Medicaid, end Social Security, end Pell Grants and vilify any program for the elderly, mentally or physically disabled, the poor, this is the Ryan Plan from the losing Vice Presidential platform that is being skillfully revived by the now 14 year well heeled Congressman.

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