Town hall turmoil


During the Congressional break, some Representatives are taking this opportunity to conduct town halls in their respective states on the proposed federal budget.

Tonight, we’ll show you all the footage of Rep. Paul Ryan’s town halls from earlier today, but first, here’s a look at some of the latest town hall flops happening around the country:

Rep. Charles Bass (R-NH) gets confused about what the plan he voted for does to Medicare:  

Bass: Who’s gonna pay those bills? It’s gonna be the younger people, and when that happens, that’s gonna be a real generational war … they’re going to say, “We’re not gonna pay 50, 60, 70 percent of our income to subsidize the rest of the population who’s older.”  That’s what I’m worried about.      

Constituent: Yep, I agree, and you guys are setting it up for that.  



This next one is a must-see.  They’re the most vocal crowd we’ve seen so far.    

In Orlando, Rep. Dan Webster (R-FL) gets an earful from these town hall attendees who want Rep. Webster to know how badly this budget will negatively impact their lives:

Rep. Meehan (R-PA) says the Ryan plan he voted for is simply a “blueprint”:

Rep. Barletta (R-PA) holds a heated town hall and somebody who disagrees with him gets kicked out:

Town hall turmoil