Time and again the Tea Parties in the Badger State have flexed their political muscle and time and again they have prevailed. The Tea Party groups in Wisconsin have proven in the past 3 election cycles, they are tough, they are organized and they will work hard to protect or support the candidate of their respective choice. This was particularly true with the support they gave Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker when he was so viciously attacked by labor Union-backed Democrats for a recall election.

In the closely contested elections financed and backed by big labor, the grassroots hard work of Wisconsin’s Tea Party and conservative groups prevailed to keep a conservative at the helm of the great State of Wisconsin. 

Last October, America’s Tea Party and Conservative movement made a decision to trust Congressman Paul Ryan with the most powerful position in the House of Representative’s, that being the coveted position of Speaker of the House. Ryan promised to adhere to conservative values and govern from a perspective of smaller government, less spending, lower taxes and American security would be paramount for his agenda’s. 

As all of you have heard, Speaker Ryan did not just break his pledge to conservatism, he Baptized his role as Speaker with nothing short of liberal holy water. 

I won’t rehash what all is in this behemoth $1.2 Trillion dollar spending monstrosity, but for conversation purposes, just know that it funds everything that slaps conservatism in the face and spit’s on Tea Party values. Breitbart wrote a great article that you can read here to get the full low-down on just how bad this darned thing is. If Obama’s spending wasn’t bad enough, this Omnibus spending bill also funds those cities which harbor illegal aliens and much, much more that is surely to hack off those of us that love our nation.

If this Omnibus bill is any sort of indication of the way Speaker Ryan is going to govern, it is time to do what “Barney Fife” told us to do so many years ago, “NIP-IT, NIP-IT” in the bud now!

All patriot’s should contact your groups leaders and begin organizing nationwide to put down this RINO in order that he is not re-elected to his seat in Wisconsin. The Badger State patriots need to begin soliciting your State Senators, high-profile business leaders or the State Legislators who reside within the 1st District of Wisconsin.

Apparently nobody in the 1st District has announced any intention of forcing Ryan into a primary, but it is time to locate someone willing to do this who might actually have a chance (with enough grassroots support) at defeating our newest RINO-Speaker. America doesn’t need another John Boehner but that is apparently what we now have as Speaker of the House.

This is the part that is critical patriots!

If the local Wisconsin Tea Party groups can locate a candidate willing to primary Paul Ryan in the 1st District, this candidate will need a truckload of cash to make this an actual race. That candidate will need our full support. This means we all need to reach deep and find an extra $10 or 20.00 bill to send to this candidate. If 200 or 300,000 of us do this, now we have a very real chance of knocking off Ryan in the primary and winning the general election. Currently, Paul Ryan has around $5,000,000 in his campaign coffers.

Patriots; Get on the phones, start calling the Wisconsin groups and get them in gear to find us a candidate. After this has been accomplished, have a very Merry Christmas and a safe and Happy New Year, then it’s time to get to work!

Wisconsin Patriots; LET me know what you need and we at Crows Nest will post it for everyone to rally to your aid.

We cannot allow these politicians to stand and lie to us in this matter. Paul Ryan has broken every promise he made and for that he must pay the political price.

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