Cryin’ Ryan

Ryan says he can’t support Trump, at this time.

In an interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper, Ryan said he wants Trump to unify “all wings of the Republican Party and the conservative movement” and then run a campaign that will allow Americans to “have something that they’re proud to support and proud to be a part of.”
“And we’ve got a ways to go from here to there,” Ryan said.

– May 05, 2016 –
Donald J. Trump Responds to Speaker Paul Ryan

“I am not ready to support Speaker Ryan’s agenda. Perhaps in the future we can work together and come to an agreement about what is best for the American people. They have been treated so badly for so long that it is about time for politicians to put them first!”

Donald J. Trump

Friday, Trump told Fox:

“I was very, very surprised. He talks about unity, but what is this about unity? With millions of people coming into the party obviously I’m saying the right thing,”

“So many great endorsements yesterday, except for Paul Ryan! We must put America first and MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!” Trump said.

So let me understand, Ryan demands Trump unify “all wings” of the Republican Party? What elite arrogance. One of the guys responsible for the ongoing Party failures, causing conservatives’ grievances, blames Trump and then expects him to fix it.

This from the guy who was plastering self-promoting videos of himself on social media. What is going on with Ryan and what’s his problem?

Then comes news of a meeting between Trump and members of Congress for next Thursday. Once again, Ryan injects himself in the news cycle. Meanwhile, with all the grief people have over Ryan’s performance, he is pointing at Trump. I’m glad, with all the problems, Ryan finds a convenient scapegoat and whipping post in Donald Trump.

Meanwhile, Dick Cheney takes a stand for unity.

15 comments on “Cryin’ Ryan

  1. the unit says:

    Not being too computer savvy, I couldn’t post the anatomy picture of a sphincter I saw of Ryan and other RINOS. Imagine if you will a pathway to correction in a advertisement for Fleet and Milk of Magnesia.

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  2. peppermintfarm says:

    Paul Ryan stepped into a lot of doo doo with his cry baby statement. Ryan is a big part of the problem and people know it. Ryan is getting from all over the place about what he did.

    And as I wrote you he has a serious challenger waiting in the wings for his seat. Ryan may have committed suicide.

    It’s pretty nervy to try to blame Trump for “their problem” and Trump’s response was very fair and presidential.

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  3. Davetherave says:

    Good post Bull. I’m actually hoping that Trump cannot come to agreement with ‘all’ the elites. I want them to come more over to his (which means our) side more than the other way around. I don’t want to get away from the reason he has our support. Trump will have give some, but let’s not give away the bank. The elites already did that.

    The elites need to realize they’re part of the problem and they have to come off their crooked ass high horse to become part of fixing the problem. If they won’t agree to do so, then I hope Trump tells them to piss off, tells everyone who they are and why he told them to piss off!

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    • Bullright says:

      I really agree with that, Dave. Why have we seen this kind of thing before and gotten used to the watered-down results? So I’m with you on that hope. After all, that is what the elites have always done, wormed their way into everything or co-opted it outright.

      Have a parade and they’ll run right out front every time. This comes as we still hear chatter about some other candidate, or another possibility. They don’t give in easily, nor should we.

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  4. Bullright says:

    Trump responds to Lindsey Graham — affectionately known here as Graham Crackers — and his refusal to support Trump as the nominee.

      – May 06, 2016 –
      ​Donald J. Trump Response to Lindsey Graham

      “I fully understand why Lindsey Graham cannot support me. If I got beaten as badly as I beat him, and all the other candidates he endorsed, I would not be able to give my support either. Every time I see Lindsey Graham spew hate during interviews I ask why the media never questions how I single-handedly destroyed his hapless run for President. As a candidate who did not receive 1% in his own state – compared to my victory at nearly 40% with many others in the race – he has zero credibility. He was a poor representative and an embarrassment to the great people of South Carolina. Judging by the incompetent way he ran his campaign, it is easy to see why his military strategies have failed so badly — we can’t even beat ISIS!

      While I will unify the party, Lindsey Graham has shown himself to be beyond rehabilitation. And like the voters who rejected him, so will I!”

      Donald J. Trump

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  5. Hardnox says:

    Ryan is hedging for some deal that will benefit him personally while attempting to stay relevant for the meantime. Bet on it.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Bullright says:

      Yep, I been hearing that and Ryan has sold out all the way around. So he is a part and parcel to the whole problem. All of it! Now he is worrying about donors and special interest money.

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  6. Bullright says:

    Well, moving right along.

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