House Speaker Paul Ryan to Face Primary Challenger…


Those who follow politics the closest know the strategic reasoning for rebel alliance members to remain as small as possible as they work to diligently gather ground support toward the most successful of accomplishments.  The elimination of Eric Cantor did not come from a bellicose, and highly visible campaign. 

Cold Anger is not driven to act in spite of itself; instead it drives a reckoning.  Like a long-term battered spouse on the eve of a pre-planned exit, those who are no longer willing to accept the battered conservative syndrome think strategically, methodically, carefully

In November of 2013 we sent out a clarion call to those who understand politics the best; a warning per se’, predicting what would happen in 2015/2016 if Mitch McConnell was reelected. In hindsight, today, even our largest detractors admit we were correct.  That’s the backdrop for this:

paul ryan mitt romney - selfie tweet(Via The Washington Times) A wealthy businessman with tea party ties confirmed Sunday that he is mounting a primary challenge to House Speaker Paul D. Ryan, saying that after donating to the Wisconsin Republican’s past campaigns he feels “betrayed” by the speaker on trade deals and immigration.

The businessman, who is not yet revealing his identity, promised that his run will “shake up the establishment in a profound way,” according to a political consultant close to the prospective candidate.

The emergence of a viable Republican challenger in Wisconsin’s 1st Congressional District is the culmination of a monthslong recruitment effort by tea party activists who say they were double-crossed by Mr. Ryan when he passed a $2 trillion spending package late last year.

Eric Odom, a conservative activist and political consultant in Wisconsin, confirmed with “100 percent certainty” that a local business leader would be running to oust Mr. Ryan.

“I’ve had the privilege of attending multiple meetings with this individual, during which he has expressed his sense of betrayal by Speaker Ryan. He has a strong desire to see real representation for the people of the district versus a congressman who represents special interests in Washington,” he said.  (read more)

As Mitch McConnell represented the obvious GOPe usurpation in the upper chamber of congress, so too does Paul Ryan in the lower chamber.

Think very carefully about what a success in this endeavor means in the much larger context of the 2016 Presidential Race, the upcoming Presidential Convention, and BEYOND….

We are aware of the individual who is going to charge into the enemy encampment.  When the time comes he will hold, and carry, our unequivocal support !

American Patriot

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236 Responses to House Speaker Paul Ryan to Face Primary Challenger…

  1. Bull Durham says:

    Trump goes on Charlie Sykes Radio, part of the Wisconsin StopTrump radio threesome killing Trump for the entire campaign, now pro-Cruz.

    Trump does not know this guy is the enemy. Trump handles him.
    Here’s the sound file:


  2. NHVoter says:

    Good. I wish Ryan’s challenger all the luck in the world.

    I never saw what others see in Ryan – I was always meh on him. It would be so so important for the reasons outlined in this article to knock Ryan out so that he can join Cantor in the losers’ club.


  3. psadie says:

    This is EXACTLY what the GOPe fears that ordinary American citizens will begin to step up and challenge the Establishment candidates and destroy their power once and for all. There is much at stake!

    Liked by 3 people

  4. alliwantissometruth says:

    Another thing, we need patriots with money, those that can at least get their campaigns off the ground & running before needing donations from we the people. The elite spends millions on their pet candidates, so we need self made people like Trump to stand up for their country & it’s peoples

    Most sane people don’t want anything to do with politics, for obvious reasons. But what a sense of accomplishment & pride if some normal grassroots people could wrest control back to we the people. That’s when duty & honor will return to serving in government, ie, serving the people


  5. regedit says:

    Great news-I was a liitle down all day today-every radio station(northern illinois)was airing Cruz ads-he is all over radio and newspapers

    Not sure if Donald is spending any money in Wisconsin


  6. Ryan’s district is heavily Democrat and he has won there consistently beating his Democratic challengers. The district needs a Democratic primary too, to keep them busy voting for their own party’s choice. Taking out Ryan would be one thing. Keeping the seat afterwards, that could be another kettle of fish.


  7. keebler AC says:

    Paul Ryan severely looks like a rhesus monkey in a bad experiment.


  8. Interesting note at the beginning there, but hasn’t Trump done exactly the opposite? He’s been very open, public, and forceful. He hasn’t been hidden or sneaky in the least.


    • nimrodman says:

      Trump’s got the personality firepower and his own funding right out of the gate.

      Not everyone is blessed with those assets. Hence, one strategy does not fit all.


    • rsanchez1990 says:

      Trump was secretive about his White House run in the beginning too (before June 16th). I read an article on the NYT (of all places) a short while ago chronicling the time leading up to Trump’s announcement that he was seeking the nomination on June 16th.

      It mentions NY state legislators trying to draft Trump for governor of NY as a reaction to hard leftist Bill de Blasio becoming mayor of NYC. Trump had tepid interest. It was thought that the governorship would be Trump’s stepping stone to the White House, and they tried to convince Trump that he would need some public office on his resume before running for president, but he ultimately saw it as unnecessary. When he tweeted that he was not seeking to run for governor, he hinted that he had much bigger plans in mind. We now know what those plans are.

      Interesting read, even if it was on the NYT:

      Liked by 1 person

      • rashamon says:

        He would have been bored out of his brain in 24 hours. He needs B-I-G challenges, such as reworking the U.S of A’s direction and relationship with the world. Now that’s a worthy Trump Job.


  9. rsanchez1990 says:

    The people are watching. It’s long past time that DC remembers this.

    Liked by 1 person

  10. NJF says:

    Glad to hear this..

    “Out, out, out!”


  11. keebler AC says:

    This is breakfast. Notice a couple plates contain special orders.


  12. burnett044 says:

    sure hope we can put the sad on Mr. Ryan ..

    oh yeah


  13. NotJustAnotherPrettyFace says:

    This person would have needed to be on the ballot by now in Wisconsin? Unless there are rules in place to bypass that as per Wisconsin general election rules.


  14. WeThePeople2016 says:

    This is great news. However, I hope that Ryan only has one opponent in the primary. If not, the vote will be split and Ryan will probably win again, unfortunately. It happens a lot in primaries – it happened with Boehner, Graham, etc. That is how the RINO comes out the winner – too many people running in the primary. It needs to be one-on-one.


  15. rinokiller says:

    Step Up, Wisconsin

    Oust that SOB, Paul Ryno!


  16. Let’s make sure Ryan is out! Support the other guy!


  17. Trumped says:

    Do I understand this sentence right?
    “We are aware of the individual who is going to charge into the enemy encampment. ”

    We dont need to search for another guy cause this individual is already a very strong candidate to oppose Ryan?

    My fear is the GOPe acting as if there is a strong Trump like guy and then again hopes are crushed as it was just another game.


  18. Libertati Aut Ad Mortem says:

    Just waiting now to find out where to send the money in Wis?


  19. R-C says:

    I eagerly await the identity of Ryan’s challenger. I aim to support that person to the hilt. This person will become a ‘second front’ in this race.

    As we learned in the Cantor-Brat race, the outcome of an election in a tiny rural Congressional district in Virginia showed us that David CAN beat Goliath–and IMO, kicking Paul Ryan to the curb is as important as installing Donald Trump in the White House.

    WE are soon to have the chance to pitch our lot in on that fight. I urge everyone to dive into that race with vigor and gusto! We must topple Ryan, whose globalist tilt and mismanagement of the House can not be allowed to proceed.

    Look at it this way: We are engaged in a ‘hostile take-over’ of the republican party. They are putting up the same level of vigorous defense as you’d expect if we were trying to take over a large corporation, say, Ford Motors, or Boeing. The GOP establishment doesn’t want to turn over the Board of Directors to Donald J. Trump. We are engaged in a fight to see that Mr. Trump controls 50+% of the Board, whether they like it, or not.

    Ryan represents a very important member of that “Board of Directors”. Replacing him sends a shock-wave into the rest of the organization–a bolt of lightning that they simply MUST experience.

    Trump in 2016; Out With Ryan 2016.

    Liked by 3 people

  20. Obomination says:

    And if that fails vote D.


  21. Alleycats says:

    No one thought there was a snowball’s chance in hell of deposing Eric Cantor. In fact, people here laughed derisively in your face if you said otherwise. I thought so too, resigned as I was to the inevitable, but still the glimmer of hope would not be extinguished.

    I watched returns start to come in and while the entire country was focused on other races I kept seeing Dave Brat’s numbers climb, and climb and climb again! By the time the race was called I was jumping up and down hollering “holy shit!”

    Point is, no one is bullet proof (** analogy alert ** ) and as many intelligent posters here have said; there are more of us than there are of them.
    Lock and load people, it’s time to get rid of the varmints.


  22. conservativehippie says:

    this is wonderful news. i am hoping that the trump movement will carry many patriots in its wake and give trump many good guys to work with and help make america great again.


  23. Suzy Kiprien says:

    Would the name of the challenger start with a ‘U’ ?


  24. tony E says:

    this is a good sign but i hope we can do more than pick off more than one at a time. hopefully McCain is booted too and some others that are in the knee pad society all at once.


  25. wasntme says:

    Sweet. The insurgency is growing.


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