Paul Ryan’s new, unhinged, and wildly unpopular new book is a far cry from the more moderate GOP vision for the country, according to a new report.
The Politico article, “The RINO Republicans,” describes the new book as “an unhinging manifesto of a political movement that is so thoroughly unhinger than anything we have seen in the last decade or more.”
The title of the book is “The Republican Revolution.”
It contains a slew of claims that are wildly inaccurate, but they are a direct response to President Donald Trump’s unprecedented, unprecedented, and unprecedentedly divisive campaign.
It is a complete and utter repudiation of the Republican Party’s political vision and strategy for the past decade and a half.
The book is now available for pre-order.
It costs $29.99 and is scheduled to be released in July 2018.
It comes at a time when the GOP is in a bind, with the Trump administration’s attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act and its desire to repeal federal subsidies for health insurance companies.
Republicans are fighting back in many ways.
The party is fighting back against the new president by repealing the ACA.
They are fighting with their own base.
But they have no plans to win over independents, moderates, and voters who have been increasingly disenchanted with the party and its leadership.
And the president has a strong base of support among white, working-class voters, who will likely be key to any successful Republican presidential ticket in 2020.
Ryan’s book is the latest in a series of efforts to prove to the GOP base that he is a credible leader and the most important leader in the country.
He is the first Republican in more than a decade to run for president.
He is also the first to embrace a more populist and populist agenda that includes economic populism.
He has been a fierce opponent of Obamacare and is now working to repeal it.
He wants to repeal and replace the Affordable Health Care Act.
He has been an enthusiastic defender of Israel, and his foreign policy has been more hawkish than that of most Republicans.
He also has a more hawky approach to the military and foreign policy that has alienated many of his conservative base.
In many ways, the GOP’s latest strategy is to embrace Trump’s divisive rhetoric and turn it against the Democrats.
Ryan is the most visible example of this, but the GOP has many more in the pipeline to become the next president, the Politico article notes.
It quotes a number of Republicans who will be in the race, including Sens.
Ben Sasse and Mike Lee, who are both considered potential 2020 contenders.
A number of GOP lawmakers are also trying to win the 2020 presidential nomination, according the Politico piece.
Former House Speaker John Boehner is running for reelection in Pennsylvania, and he and his wife have launched a new super PAC, The Future of Freedom PAC, which is focused on winning the 2020 nomination.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), who is also considered a potential candidate for 2020, said he was considering running for president in 2020, according a Politico report.
But the book doesn’t provide much in the way of solutions to the problems facing the country right now, the article notes, and its author doesn’t offer any.
The Republican Party is still divided and dysfunctional, it says, with a leader who has a “deep disdain” for the American people and “a pathological fear of the people.”
The Politico report also quotes a GOP strategist who said that the book’s main problem is that Ryan “is so far out of touch with reality” and has no idea what the American public wants.
That strategist said that Ryan and other GOP leaders are not doing enough to rally the American working class, and that he believes that they have a “disinformation problem.”
This is not the first time Ryan has written an unhinge book, but it is his most extreme yet.
Ryan has long advocated a “big government, big welfare” agenda that would have the most disastrous effects on the American middle class.
He called Obamacare “the worst economic law in American history.”
In the book, Ryan is even more aggressive in the belief that Republicans are “on a suicide mission” to take back the White.
He wrote that Democrats want to “give a green light” for “people who are not part of our government to take advantage of our citizens.”
Ryan is not alone in this.
A recent Gallup poll found that “the Republican Party has been losing ground to Democrats.”
The Politico report says Ryan has the support of just 14 percent of voters who say they support him in 2020 and is polling at just 13 percent nationally.
In a sign that Ryan’s support is declining, a Quinnipiac University poll released on Wednesday found that he has lost his support among voters who identify as Republican.
The poll found just 14.5 percent of Republicans said they would vote for him in a general election against Democrat Hillary Clinton, while 51.5 said they wouldn’t vote at all.
A majority of Americans