Thursday, October 17, 2013

Unless Changes Are Made: GOP Loses In 2014 (And Deserves To)

Sell outs!

I'm talking about the RINOs. Mitch McConnell and the crybaby drunk, John Boehner.  They rode the discontent of the Tea Party in 2010 and sold out the voters who trusted them to stand up to the socialist agenda of Richard Milhous Obama.

But all they showed us was there were statists as well.  Everytime there's a big fight, it's McConnell and Boehner who sell the nation and our future generations out.

Now on Obamacare, the key issue they capitalized on in 2010, McConnell and Boehner own it because not only were they unable to fight, they were unable to impose some party discipline on the egomaniacs in the Republican Party who put their egos before country.  People like John McCain and the IRA terrorist supporter Peter King.  The Karl Roves and that jihadist apologist Grover Norquist.  They always go after the real conservatives who want to fight, and are willing to negotiate the terms of their surrender to the statists.

Two billion for Mitch McConnell's Kentucky in the deal, plus a violation of the Constitutional separation of powers ceding debt limit authority from Congress.

No, the Tea Party weren't the hostage takers.  Richard Milhous Obama took this nation and the monuments that remembered the sacrifices of those who fought for it hostage, just so he could usurp the Constitution.

And the Republican "leadership" allowed it to happen.

Because they're held hostage by what the Beltway Media and pundits think.  One rigged poll and "Oh my God, we've gotta give up, we're losing it.

We're 13 months away from the next midterm election and changes need to be made.  Because 87 House Republicans and 27 Senate Republicans showed their true stripes, that they're statists, not Constitutionalists.  They only serve the elite, not those of us who work everyday to pay the bills.

It's "Name Em & Shame Em" time. Let's start by primarying these GOP House members who surrendered to Obama's iron fist:
Bachus, Barletta, Benishek, Bilirakis, Boehner, Boustany, Brooks (IN) Buchanan Calvert Camp Cantor, Capito, Coble, Coffman, Cole, Cook, Cotton, Cramer, Crawford, Crenshaw, Daines, Davis, Rodney, Dent, Diaz-Balart, Fitzpatrick, Fortenberry, Frelinghuysen, Gardner, Gerlach, Gibson, Griffin (AR), Grimm, Guthrie, Hanna, Harper, Hastings (WA), Heck (NV), Herrera, Beutler, Issa, Jenkins Joyce, Kelly (PA), King (NY), Kinzinger (IL), Kline, Lance, Latham, LoBiondo, McCarthy (CA), McHenry, McKeon, McKinley, McMorris Rodgers, Meehan, Miller, Gary; Murphy (PA), Nunes, Paulsen, Pittenger, Reichert, Ribble, Rigell, Rogers (KY), Rogers (MI), Ros-Lehtinen, Roskam, Runyan, Schock, Shimkus, Shuster, Simpson, Smith (NE), Smith (NJ), Stivers, Terry, Thompson (PA), Tiberi, Tipton, Upton, Valadao, Webster (FL), Whitfield, Wittman, Wolf (shame on you!), Womack, Young (AK), Young (IN).
And the traitors in the Senate...Get rid of them when they're up for re-election!

Alexander (R-TN), 
Ayotte (R-NH),
Barrasso (R-WY), 
Baucus (D-MT)
Blunt (R-MO)
Boozman (R-AR)
Burr (R-NC)
Chambliss (R-GA)
Chiesa (R-NJ)
Coats (R-IN)
Cochran (R-MS)
Collins (R-ME)
Corker (R-TN)
Fischer (R-NE)
Flake (R-AZ)

Graham (R-SC)
Hatch (R-UT)
Hoeven (R-ND)
Isakson (R-GA)
Johanns (R-NE)
King (I-ME)
Kirk (R-IL)
McCain (R-AZ)
McConnell (R-KY
Moran (R-KS)
Murkowski (R-AK)
Portman (R-OH)
Thune (R-SD)
Wicker (R-MS)

The Republican National Committee leadership needs to be purged.  Reince Priebus should have been canned after the disaster of 2012.  We need to have leaders who will message effectively a conservative, Constitutionalist message to all Americans.  We do not need these wimps in charge now who cannot message, and are willing to sell out the conservative base while arrogantly thinking "they've got nowhere else to go."  We need "street fighters" who can out message the Left, not these milquetoast, checked pants, Country Club types who treat politics like it's a friendly game of golf.

Finally, there needs to be a challenge to House leadership.  Boehner is ineffective.  He said last night:

And after last night, why should we believe you, Mr. Speaker? You violated the trust of those who entrusted you with leadership, and you should be removed immediately.

If the Republican Party wants to keep the House and regain the Senate, there need to be some changes made, and they need to be meaningful ones, not just window dressing.  We need "Bold Colors, not Pale Pastels."

Or else, voters will have no reason to vote for you in 13 months and you will lose, and deservedly so!

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