The New Republican Constituent Pay for View Plan. Democracy in Action.

No. I just don’t even have to make this stuff up anymore. It just writes itself.

It will cost $15 to ask Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) a question in person during the August congressional recess.
The House Budget Committee chairman isn’t holding any face-to-face open-to-the-public town hall meetings during the recess, but like several of his colleagues he will speak only for residents willing to open their wallets.
Ryan, who took substantial criticism from his southeast Wisconsin constituents in April after he introduced the Republicans’ budget proposal, isn’t the only member of congress whose August recess town hall-style meetings are strictly pay-per-view.
Rep. Ben Quayle (R-Ariz.) is scheduled to appear Aug. 23 at a luncheon gathering of the Arizona Republican Lawyers Association. For $35, attendees can question Quayle and enjoy a catered lunch at the Phoenix office of the Snell & Wilmer law firm.
… ad nauseum…

Talk to Paul Ryan? It’ll cost you

Democracy? What’s that?

Would Norman Rockwell even recognize the America he painted anymore?

I am not so sure.


Author: Ron