Wednesday, January 31, 2018

The Shrine of Paul Ryan

By Jeff Simpson

With the latest announcement that Trey "Benghazi" Gowdy will not seek re-election, there are too many GOP elected officials to count who are quitting.   

Trey is as bad a Congressman as his dad Curt was a great sportscaster.    America is automatically better today because of this news. 

There has even been speculation, that Janesville's own Paul Ryan is considering "retirement"

While Gowdy's legacy will be an unnatural obsession with Hillary Clinton, Paul Ryan is leaving a different legacy one in his own home town that had ripple effects throughout the Nation. 

Ryan recounts friends losing their jobs at GM’s assembly plant and compares Detroit and Janesville in the opening chapter titled: “A Tale of Two Cities.” His father, Paul M. Ryan lost part of a finger, which was surgically reattached, when he worked at the factory in college to pay for tuition and books.“The struggle isn’t immediately apparent the way it is in a place like Detroit,” Ryan wrote. “The fall of Detroit, and the unease in Janesville, should be warning flags that force us all to confront our failure to take the future seriously.”

While you could not find any better pictures to document the results of Paul Ryan's career, these pictures are of the Janesville GM Plant that closed. 

   "We will not spend four years blaming others, we will take responsibility." Paul Ryan
 Also, do not forget what Republicans in WI, think about the closing of the Janesville GM plant.  Scott Walker trolled all of Janesville, when he put this billboard up inside the shuttered plants grounds:

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