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Let me say this one more time…John Boehner must go

How would most conservatives answer these two questions?  Do you trust President Obama?  Is there an immediate debt crisis?  I believe most conservatives would answer the first question with either a NO or the President hasn’t done anything to gain my trust.  Now on to the second question.  Most conservatives in the real world are smart enough to realize that if we’re at the point of printing money out of thin air (QE4ever) to make up the difference that revenues do not cover in terms of government spending then our debt crisis is indeed an immediate one.  Now listen to how Speaker of the House John Boehner answered both questions on ABC’s This Week. Speaker Boehner believes he has an open and honest relationship with the President and absolutely trust him.  … Read entire article »

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Mark Levin wants John Boehner and the Republican leadership removed

Most of you know I’m no fan of John Boehner.  It was an epic failure by the House Republicans when they voted him back in as Speaker this past January.  The Republicans once again let an opportunity get away from them to turn this thing around and make a difference.  Today I was listening to Sean Hannity on the radio and he was interviewing John Boehner.  Nothing Boehner said inspired or gave me hope as a conservative.  He is the poster child for the establishment and as long as he remains as Speaker of the House conservatism will suffer.  Today Mark Levin commented on the interview and he didn’t mince words when it came to how he felt. Last week when Boehner and the Republican leadership passed a continuing resolution that … Read entire article »

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No more secret deals: It’s time for conservatives to put Obama on defense

I’ve been saying for some time now that John Boehner must go.  And it finally looks as if there’s some momentum in congress to make this happen in the aftermath of the “Plan B” fiasco that occurred this past Thursday night and the purging of fiscally minded conservatives from key committee positions.  After two years of leading the Republicans to a place called nowhere, Republicans are now beginning to see the damage that Speaker Boehner is doing to the party.  In fact over the last two years Boehner has predictably caved in on every major spending issue that he has had to face.   You can read about the move to unseat Boehner over at America’s Watchtower. President Obama has used Boehner’s predictability against Republicans.  He has been able to shape the … Read entire article »

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It’s time to do the right thing…

For the last couple of days I’ve been observing the Benghazi hearings and the negotiations going on with Boehner and Democratic leaders to prevent us from going off a fiscal cliff.  It appears the left cares more about politicizing events to advance the agenda of their political party than doing what’s right and good for America and I’m personally tired of it.  Benghazi is a no-brainer. After seven hours of fighting and numerous requests for help, we failed to answer the call and left our citizens to die in the streets of Benghazi.  This alone is absolutely unacceptable, but what made it worse was the President misleading the American people by telling us it was a spontaneous event caused by some obscure video.  We now have learned that top White House … Read entire article »

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Reason # 321 why John Boehner needs to go

Yesterday I read that Speaker of the House John Boehner sent a memo out to rank and file Republicans urging them not to spike the ball if key provisions in Obamacare or if the entire bill is struck down by the High Court.  “If the Court strikes down all or part of the president’s health care law,” Boehner said in a memo sent to Republican House members Thursday, “there will be no spiking of the ball.” Are you kidding me?  How many remember the below clip of John Boehner’s closing argument against Obamacare on the House floor prior to the vote back in March 2010. My how soon we forget.  We’re talking about a bill that no one had time to read before it was voted on.  This was a bill … Read entire article »

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Friday Ramblings: Leadership without a vision

After a series of events that included political grandstanding by both political parties, an emotional appeal with sob stories to match from the President and intense pressure from the Republican leadership in the Senate, John Boehner reversed course and decided to support the two month payroll tax holiday passed in the Senate.  It was one of the most pathetic displays of leadership I’ve ever seen.  Once again the Republicans caved in and abandoned their principles because they felt they were losing the battle of public opinion.  What they did was cut and run and in my opinion made a bad situation worse.  We now have a large number of conservatives and liberals questioning the leadership skills of the Speaker of the House.  I say to those critics…what leadership skills?  Since … Read entire article »

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