Monday, July 25, 2016

Hey Paul Ryan ... "Angel Moms" Dance Alone ?

 They Dance Alone

One day we'll dance on their graves
One day we'll sing our freedom
One day we'll laugh in our joy
And we'll dance...

‘Angel Moms’ Who Lost Children to Illegal Alien Crimes to Hold Event at Wall Surrounding Paul Ryan’s Home

These “angel moms” say that Ryan has ignored the American families that have been torn apart by open borders for too long.
The press event is being organized by both the Remembrance Project—a non-profit that represents the victims of illegal alien crime and advocates for border security— and Wisconsin businessman, Paul Nehlen, who is running to unseat Ryan in Wisconsin’s August 9th primary.
Nehlen, who has been endorsed by several of the victims, has made Ryan’s support for open borders immigration policies a central focus of his campaign.
Nehlen has said that while Ryan protects his family and his home with a border wall, Ryan has denied the American people those same protections.
Last year, Ryan’s omnibus spending bill failed to provide funding for the completion of the 700 mile double-layer border fence that Congress promised the American public a decade ago. Earlier this month, Ryan would not commit to bringing up legislation to fund a wall along the southern border to protect America’s families– even as he was defending his use of his own personal border wall.
Ryan said that his border wall is a good idea for his family because he has “three dogs and three kids.”

Millionaire Paul Ryan’s Magnificent Home

Ryan’s home, built in 1929, has 5,786 square feet, 13 rooms, six bedrooms and seven baths. It sits on an ample lot of eight-tenths of an acre with a detached two-car garage. It is one of the finest of any politician’s homes to have yet been visited by House Confidential. But it was easily afforded by Ryan, who became a millionaire as a result of his marriage in 2000 to Janna Little, a former congressional staffer turned Washington lobbyist who hails from a wealthy family of Oklahoma trial lawyers, and who changed her name to Janna Ryan upon getting married.
Paul Ryan’s net worth was estimated at $4.9 million at the time he ran for vice president, well more than the average net worth of the average congressman, which is just over $1 millionRyan is among 271 members of congress (more than half of those serving) who are millionaires.


Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo

They Dance Alone

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