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Right ballistic over John Boehner ‘purge’
Politico, by Katie Glueck

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Posted By:mikkins2, 12/5/2012 8:08:18 AM

House Speaker John Boehner is under fierce attack from conservatives in the blogosphere and on Twitter over his “purge” of several conservatives from top congressional committees, as well as for his offer to fend off the fiscal cliff. “#purgeboehner,” tweeted Michelle Malkin, following committee changes that hit members, including Rep. Tim Huelskamp (R-Kan.) and Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.). “Boehner, GOP leaders purge conservatives from powerful committees; update: Boehner scoffs,” read a headline at Breitbart.com. “Tomorrow we should all call John Boehner’s office to remind him to call Congressman Amash,” tweeted RedState.com’s Erick Erickson.

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The Republican Party is like a 34 year old kid who still lives at home, perpetually promising mom and dad he will go look for work tomorrow through hungover induced blurry eyes, all the while asking for another fifty bucks....

Its time to either kick their conniving arses out of the house or move and not tell them where you are going.

New address:
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Had Enough Of This Crap City, United States
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Reply 1 - Posted by: Johnny Angle, 12/5/2012 8:12:39 AM     (No. 9049444)

Boehner and his cabana boys, including Cantor and Ryan, own the "fiscal cliff" as they were co-conspirators with the D-Rats in its creation in the first place.

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Reply 2 - Posted by: artman1746, 12/5/2012 8:20:30 AM     (No. 9049459)

I said from the beginning that the House and Senate leadership composed of the "Old Guard" would be the fall of the Republican Party. See now how their survival is the ultimate goal? They are prepared to cave on all the fundamentals of conservatism if it means their survival as leaders.

The right tack for any principled statesman in this situation is sticking to your principles and remaining a true alternative once the fall of liberalism takes place. And it is sure to happen. When it does virtually ANY alternative will then be acceptable to the ignorant and gullible, the voters who now determine our future.

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Reply 3 - Posted by: Nimby, 12/5/2012 8:22:30 AM     (No. 9049464)

Not a cent to the GOP

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Reply 4 - Posted by: nonsense, 12/5/2012 8:27:44 AM     (No. 9049475)

I´m calling John Boehner today to fill his or his staff´s ears with my displeasure.

John is not our friend nor our representative. He does not work for the people.

It makes my teeth ache that he thinks this whole game is "politics as usual" instead of the critical health and welfare of our beloved country. He needs to descend from his perch and really listen to the "little people".

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Reply 5 - Posted by: civilservant, 12/5/2012 8:34:17 AM     (No. 9049484)

Do not ask me how I KNOW this to be true, I will not reveal my sources:

This purge is the first part of the deal Boehner struck with Uhhbama.

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Reply 6 - Posted by: Davids918, 12/5/2012 8:56:27 AM     (No. 9049508)

Actually, conservatives haven´t delivered enough votes expect in isolated areas of the country, so far.

They´ll never make a dent in California, NY, IL, MA, NE, so stop whining until you deliver and stop acting like the sky-is-falling every time there´s a set-back.

Democrats build coalitions and govern.

We need to focus on fiscal responsibility, restraining the growth-rate of gov´t, making sure gov´t is efficient, productive and prudent with tax revenues, and attaching any Dem regulation that hurts business as hurting gov´t revenues (and how it will affect teachers, police and fire fighters - use their own phrase against them).

State, "we gave the President more revenues in our budget proposal than he was asking for, and he´s rejecting it. Therefore, he´s not interested in a deal, he´s trying to play politics. We look forward to hearing the Senate Democrat proposal now."

Make it short, make it simple to remember.


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Reply 7 - Posted by: nolibgal, 12/5/2012 8:57:42 AM     (No. 9049514)

Poster 5. Dare we ask if boehner got anything in return at all???

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Reply 8 - Posted by: privateer, 12/5/2012 9:20:49 AM     (No. 9049551)

He got a round of golf with Voldemoor, got to keep his job and his Oompa-Loompa tan, plus a promise to keep his FBI file under wraps, for now. The only reason I can see that the dims picked Boehner for speaker is he is under their control. When a man´s not getting the job done, you´ve got to let him go. NOW.

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Reply 9 - Posted by: wildcat1, 12/5/2012 9:24:43 AM     (No. 9049557)

Boehner kicked our Congressman off of the Ag committee. It will be the first time time since the early 20th century that Kansas has not had anyone representing us on the Ag committee. Tim Huelskamp is a true TEA partier, and of course, the left wing Kansas media attacks him every chance they get. He has voted against the faux wind energy and voted NOT to raise the debt ceiling.

Boehner needs to go.

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Reply 10 - Posted by: enuf8, 12/5/2012 9:38:58 AM     (No. 9049592)

Keep the phones ringing off the wall!

202-225-0600

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Reply 11 - Posted by: snapper451, 12/5/2012 9:49:18 AM     (No. 9049626)

Agree with #9 - it is time for him to go.

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Reply 12 - Posted by: Chuzzles, 12/5/2012 9:51:29 AM     (No. 9049628)

#5, I don´t have your sources, but what you say doesn´t surprise me a bit.

Time to purge Betsy wetsy Boehner.

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Reply 13 - Posted by: janjan, 12/5/2012 9:52:53 AM     (No. 9049633)

They should be ballistic. Republicans were elected to represent their constituents - not John Boehner. This crony good old boy political game playing is why Congress´ approval ratings are in the single digits. And the Democrats are even worse.

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Reply 14 - Posted by: jasmine, 12/5/2012 10:07:04 AM     (No. 9049662)

The Republican Party left me. That´s why I became an Independent.

Next stop: Join the Tea Party.

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Reply 15 - Posted by: BaseballFan, 12/5/2012 10:08:07 AM     (No. 9049665)

Over my lunch break today, I´ll be stopping by the county elections office to change my political affiliation.

In the words of President Ronald Reagan, (paraphrased): "I didn´t leave the Republican Party; the Republican Party left me."

Effective this day, I´m done with the GOP.


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Reply 16 - Posted by: TheMotherCO, 12/5/2012 10:09:01 AM     (No. 9049668)

Did it ever occur to the toads that maybe another Pubbie would like to serve on a committee and John is passing it around. Of course not, that would be too simple.

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Reply 17 - Posted by: jasper, 12/5/2012 10:15:05 AM     (No. 9049694)

The new Tea Party will replace the Republicans and be a permanent minority who doesn´t care if it wins or loses elections. But it will feel rightous.

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Reply 18 - Posted by: stablemoney, 12/5/2012 10:16:50 AM     (No. 9049698)

The House needs a fighter not a Boehner. He should resign.

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Reply 19 - Posted by: lylacat, 12/5/2012 10:17:04 AM     (No. 9049699)

Boehner has to go. Why do the republicans keep shooting themselves in the foot by putting a spineless moron like Boehner in charge. I am really tired of it.

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Reply 20 - Posted by: M-79, 12/5/2012 10:20:53 AM     (No. 9049704)

#17 at least the New Tea Party will stand for something. Tell me exactly what do the Republicans stand for besides reelecting the ones who have been there for too long.

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Reply 21 - Posted by: civilservant, 12/5/2012 10:26:50 AM     (No. 9049722)

#7, promises. Promises of future cuts, future coordination, future comity.

Like the ad says(and the Libs listened)..

Promise them anything, but give them Arpege.

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Reply 22 - Posted by: ScarletPimpernel, 12/5/2012 10:34:29 AM     (No. 9049745)

I will no longer be giving my precious dollars to the RNC. I will continue to support conservative candidates, wherever they are running for office.

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Reply 23 - Posted by: stealthy, 12/5/2012 10:39:47 AM     (No. 9049758)

I don´t find the tweeters mentioned very credible, all they ever do is cause division.

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Reply 24 - Posted by: SiliconValleyDude, 12/5/2012 10:42:40 AM     (No. 9049768)

Since Boehner has longevity, we must assume he knows politics. If he has made the calculus that it is expedient to throw conservatives under the bus, what does that tell us? Perhaps that conservatives need to regroup and work harder.

Shame on Boehner for caving. But more shame on conservatives that don´t take the clues from this.

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Reply 25 - Posted by: Rakasha, 12/5/2012 10:52:21 AM     (No. 9049806)

#17, The New Tea Party will be a beacon on a hill. If those living in darkness recognize the goodness of the light, they will join us. If they don´t we will eventually be overwhelmed and overcome. But I would rather die fighting for and defending what I believe in than be stabbed in the back by those who want to feed the crocodiles.

#24 is right. Shame on us.


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Reply 26 - Posted by: yuban, 12/5/2012 11:18:16 AM     (No. 9049895)

As a Conservative, I am being called a toad and a whiner by posters on here. Since it comes from folk that do not care about morality or principles, only fiscal issues, I am not surprised. I realize the GOP is picking up folk from the Left to replace Conservatives in the Party but you still won´t defeat the Democrats. Why vote for Socialism Lite when you can have the real deal. So, keep calling us names and keep blaming us for all your failures. Just never call me a Republican and I will be ok.

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Reply 27 - Posted by: Up2Here, 12/5/2012 11:22:48 AM     (No. 9049911)

Maybe its time for another march on Washington, except this time its against the Republican establishment. Numbers mean something.

I just sat on hold for ten minutes in order to give Boehner´s office a rant. Due to high volume it eventually dumped me to his answering machine. Hearing his voice before I left my message motivated my mind even more. I feel better.

1-202-225-0600

And by the way, lets find out who the big dogs are that keep funding the RNC and GOP. Call them out and shame them.

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Reply 28 - Posted by: Stopstoreload, 12/5/2012 12:08:53 PM     (No. 9050017)

Joh Boehner is a capable,knowledgable and honorable man. He is the man in the arena.I have been dismayed by the ignorant and reckless reactions to the election outcome. We lost because more of them - some of them dead- showed up to vote - some of them twice- than we did.

But some nicmmpoops cast their vote for people who were not even on the ticket - like that idiot, Ron Paul and others, or sat at home like vegetables. In the words of Casey Stengel,they don´t understand
" how this game is played." And shame on us. Get behind and stay behind John Boehner. He is where it is. I will support him until the last dog dies.



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Reply 29 - Posted by: oldsfc, 12/5/2012 4:55:42 PM     (No. 9050444)

No #28, boehner is an arrogant, self serving, fop. He looks out to preserve his own power.

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Reply 30 - Posted by: franq, 12/5/2012 5:04:23 PM     (No. 9050453)

All of you; any of you - name ONE thing Boehner has done to advance the conservative cause.

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Reply 31 - Posted by: Up2Here, 12/5/2012 5:08:18 PM     (No. 9050461)

#30 - He´s united the conservatives.

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Reply 32 - Posted by: 4Justice, 12/5/2012 5:18:23 PM     (No. 9050469)

#16, Boehner even said that yes, he was "punishing" those 4 for their "voting patterns". Well, they voted conservative...didn´t they? No, he is not passing around positions...

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Reply 33 - Posted by: TheMotherCO, 12/5/2012 6:05:56 PM     (No. 9050531)

#28 is correct - the rest can go pound sand.

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Reply 34 - Posted by: Bla Bla, 12/5/2012 6:06:48 PM     (No. 9050532)

re #26 -- I agree with you. Although I voted. We may have to create our own party.

True Conservatives need to follow the Reagan model. He dared to say he was against abortion, but didn´t lead The Cause for it. As far as my memory serves, he tried to stay neutral on Gay Rights & didn´t have to answer the marriage question.

The most important things he did was:

1) stood up to Communists, Totalitarians & Muslim Terrorists with real military power coupled w/negotiations
2) caused citizens to fall in love with, & be proud, of America again
3) unabashedly trimmed government growth & cut it´s spending
4) renewed our economy by using "trickle down" economics: cutting taxes & restrictive regulations.

He had morals, but the social issues were not a hard line in his policy platform. Who did he get to vote for him? A little bit of everybody. Immigrants liked him, Democrats changed their party for him, the GOP turned out in droves, the press couldn´t smear him: he gained the moral majority of this country.

The most important traits he had:
1) a handsome well-known face that was hard to throw mud on
2) longevity
3) charm
4) a great sense of humor
5) back bone
6) patriotism

Also being from the huge populated state of California was a big plus. This time around, that might not work well. It may have to be Florida. Or Texas, if the right candidate won´t come off like a cowboy.

You´ll notice none of our candidates this time around encompassed this model. It´s what we desperately need to overcome the media & the power players in our GOP. Boehner has pushed me to the edge. I´m resigning from it.

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