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Well, at least he wasn't complaining about struggling to get by on his $174,000 a year salary this time, but Wisconsin Republican Rep. Sean Duffy didn't fare much better at a town hall this week.
All across America, a Main Street Movement has broken out to defend the middle class against right-wing attacks on labor rights and basic public services. In recent days, this movement has turned on GOP House members who voted to effectively end Medicare and turn seniors over to private insurance companies when they approved Rep. Paul Ryan’s (R-WI) radical budget bill.
On Tuesday, Rep. Sean Duffy (R-WI) was the latest congressman to face the ire of Main Street America during a town hall event with constituents who stopped being polite and started getting real.
First, constituents explained they were upset that Ryan’s plan would cut off people under the age of 55 from Medicare. Then, others directly challenged Duffy about defending tax breaks for the wealthy for voting to effectively replace Medicare with a voucher system.
Think Progress has the transcript posted so go read the rest. It's nice to see these reps who voted for Paul Ryan's budget getting an earful from real voters instead of Koch brothers bused in astroturers.