Congressman Paul Ryan's Visit to Greenfield in Photos

U.S. Congressman Paul Ryan returned to Greenfield and faced many of the same protesters he faced in late April when he spoke at Whitnall High School.

Pro- and anti-Paul Ryan demonstrators gathered outside Klemmer's Banquet Hall on Tuesday afternoon as the U.S. Congressman from Janesville spoke as a guest of the Whitnall Park Rotary Club.

Inside, many protesters disrupted Ryan's talk. As many as a dozen were escorted out of the building by the . Another dozen anti-Ryan demonstrators left the speech willingly.

Ryan when he spoke at in late April.

Stay tuned to Greenfield Patch and Muskego Patch for video and a story on today's visit.

Ben Hogan September 06, 2011 at 08:21 PM
Nice! If you don't agree with someone lets just go shout at them. You protestors never cease to amaze me. Don't you people have jobs? Ow wait thats right you don't.
The Big Cat September 06, 2011 at 10:41 PM
So, let me get this straight...someone can't speak if you don't agree with them. Sounds like a Fascist or Nazi regime to me. Or some union protest. Take your pick.
karen k September 07, 2011 at 12:31 AM
I agree. They have every right to speak and attend. I notice that the Tea Party are patriotic when they protest but when the other side does the same, they are jobless losers. And no I am not a union member, just an astute observer of hypocrites.


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