Paul Ryan Solicits Citizenry for Ideas to Improve Economy

Wednesday, 25 Jun 2014 03:57 PM

By Todd Beamon

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Rep. Paul Ryan is spearheading an effort to get Americans to submit their ideas on how best to improve the sagging economy — and possibly share them directly with him, Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus and Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul.

"President Obama and Harry Reid’s reckless spending has put America on an unsustainable path," Ryan, the 2012 GOP vice presidential candidate, said in an email solicitation sponsored by the RNC. "We've heard enough from the president. Now, I want to hear from you — because together, we can fix America."

Ryan, who has represented Wisconsin in the House since 1999, said that as chairman of the budget committee, "I trust the American people to get us out of this mess, not Washington."

The email contains a link whereby Americans can submit suggestions. The winner will receive a free trip to Washington and lunch with the GOP leaders.

"Together, we will fix America’s spending crisis so our children and our grandchildren have a strong, secure future," Ryan said.

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