But, let's be honest. As Donald Rumsfeld once said, sometimes you go to war with the army you have. Frankly, we're going to have to spend the next two years not only getting ready for 2016, but putting pressure on both the House and Senate to act on what America clearly wants last night.
I'm not sure the new "leadership" will be up to the job.
Take Mitch McConnell. A few days ago, he said a Republican Senate would use the Constitutionally-granted 'power of the purse' to restrain Obama and his threat of executive amnesty.
What did Mitch say today, after voters gave him the power? (UK Daily Mail).
'There will be no government shutdown, so no default on the national debt,' said McConnell, previewing a US Senate under Republican control
A full Obamacare repeal isn't on his mind but 'If I had the ability, obviously I'd get rid of it'What do you think this election was all about, Mitch? One, it was Obamacare. CNSNews reports that 100 percent of the candidates who won last night all campaigned on repealing Obamacare. And, despite the GOP establishment hacks like Karl Rove, and the RINO-friendly US Chamber of Commerce's desire, most of America rejects amnesty for illegal aliens. Even in ultra-liberal Oregon, a constitutional amendment to give licenses to illegals was defeated almost two to one by voters.
America spoke loudly last night to the new GOP majority and the President...No amnesty and get rid of Obamacare.
Now it's time to hold their feet to the fire. If McConnell is going to be majority leader, then maybe we need to heckle him into action by helping him find his manhood.
Or, if he and the weeping wino Boehner refuse to lead, then step aside and let those who have a backbone push forward with what America wants!
Breitbart: Mark Levin to GOP Establishment: Don't Surrender Power of the Purse During Lame Duck Session