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Boehner´s Boners
American Thinker, by J.T. Hatter

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Posted By:DW626, 12/12/2012 7:01:24 AM

What´s up with John Boehner? Has he lost his mind or something? There are a lot of conservatives who think he´s gone around the bend. He´s done precious little to convince anyone otherwise. He sounds more like a Democrat than a Republican these days, and he´s giving credence to those who believe,"There´s not a dime´s worth of difference between the Republicans and Democrats." Boehner on Taxes Here are some of the more egregious quotes: right after the election, from an interview with Dianne Sawyer of ABC news.

      


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Reply 1 - Posted by: steveW, 12/12/2012 7:19:29 AM     (No. 9060984)

I see little-to-no alternative left to a third party. This has gone on long enough with the GOP occasionally talking tough but always acting like Democrat-lite. There is simply no excuse anymore, and the last straw has been strawed.

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Reply 2 - Posted by: Mazeman, 12/12/2012 7:30:44 AM     (No. 9060987)

Today´s GOP is more liberal than the Democrats of the 1960s.

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Reply 3 - Posted by: Spidey, 12/12/2012 7:37:37 AM     (No. 9060995)

Some of what Boehner is saying is PR to make it look like he´s open to a deal.Still the level of trust just isn´t there. He should take Obama´s bloviating about a tax increase personally but he won´t.What ever he does has to pass the whole House so there´s hope.There´s going to be a short term extension anyway.

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Reply 4 - Posted by: Pros7767, 12/12/2012 7:37:48 AM     (No. 9060997)

This should be a Must Read!

We must do everything we can to force Boehner to set down as Speaker. He is clearly not up to the job. Same goes for McConnell.

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Reply 5 - Posted by: revdeppisch316, 12/12/2012 7:39:07 AM     (No. 9061000)

Democrats are unified in their disunity--

The GOP is simply lost-- not wanting to return to its conservative base.

Third Party-- forget it..purge the pantywaists from the Republican party-- you have 2 years to rebuild---and another two to defeat Hillary!

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Reply 6 - Posted by: 49 Ford, 12/12/2012 7:53:30 AM     (No. 9061027)

Like everyone else here I am skittish about Boehner. But who among the House conservatives is willing to seriously challenge him for the Speakership? Anyone? A few qualified and cautious remarks by that fellow Price from GA don´t count for anything.

And if someone did step up and run against Boehner, how many votes would he or she receive? I think that to just to ask that question is to answer it.

IMO Talk of futile challenges and third parties is a waste of time and energy. We just have to concentrate on putting maximum pressure on Boehner and his cohorts to concede as little ground as possible.




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Reply 7 - Posted by: Keekng, 12/12/2012 8:32:07 AM     (No. 9061107)

Why is so much effort being put forth to tear down the GOP? How about a story titled, "Bam Bam´s Boners."

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Reply 8 - Posted by: Words have Meaning, 12/12/2012 8:59:01 AM     (No. 9061149)

Obama goons say, It would be embarrassing for these pictures to see the light of day, Wouldn´t you agree?

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Reply 9 - Posted by: chumley, 12/12/2012 9:02:45 AM     (No. 9061151)

There comes a point when a car is just too broken to fix any more. No matter how many parts you replace, the next breakdown is just around the corner. The GOP is past that point.

Some may hold onto that old Dodge for sentimental reasons, but the cost to maintain and lack of reliability make it a burden and even dangerous.

A Conservative party is looking better and better all the time.

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Reply 10 - Posted by: nonsense, 12/12/2012 9:14:52 AM     (No. 9061172)

I had some hope for Boehner´s leadership in the beginning, but he is just another go along to get along, politics as usual guy.

How disheartening that he works for himself, power, and money and not for the American people.

It would be best that he step aside, especially if he is the object of blackmail. A typical move employed by this corrupt Chicago gangster regime. How else to explain Boehner´s "cave" on everything on the Demonrat wish lish?

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Reply 11 - Posted by: Grambo, 12/12/2012 9:53:16 AM     (No. 9061259)

A Conservative Party is in order, and Boehner is not welcome in it. At this point, conservatives would do well to let Obama have everything he wants, and then own the consequences. In the meantime, gird for the 2014 elections with a caucus of like-minded fiscal conservatives prepared to hang a “Under New Management” sign on the GOP, or, if necessary, move on to a new organization.

There’s nothing left in the establishment Republican Party worth keeping.


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Reply 12 - Posted by: PChristopher, 12/12/2012 9:54:49 AM     (No. 9061264)

What´s up with John Boehner can probably be found at the bottom of some Makers Mark.

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Reply 13 - Posted by: skedaddle, 12/12/2012 10:00:07 AM     (No. 9061278)

Boehner is the face of the problem with the Republican party. The GOP has no room for conservative, contitution-minded people (except during elections) which leaves a sizable number of Americans without a party to vote for. The choices seem to be either retaking the GOP for conservatives or starting a serious 3rd party and both choices are terribly hard. We all know that Boehner will do exactly what 0bama wants after a little tap dance for the folks back home.

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Reply 14 - Posted by: lylacat, 12/12/2012 10:17:45 AM     (No. 9061330)

The Republicans have to rid themselves of Boehner; he is doing way too much damage. Boehner has to go.

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Reply 15 - Posted by: EnsignO´Toole, 12/12/2012 11:12:44 AM     (No. 9061483)

#5 is correct IMO: "Third Party-- forget it..purge the pantywaists from the Republican party-- you have 2 years to rebuild---and another two to defeat Hillary!"

I´m very disappointed in Boehner, and I thought my head would explode when I heard him say "Obamacare is the law of the land."

Doesn´t he realize that the House writes bills? The Republicans can write the bills and work to get the Senate to agree - yes, it is hard work - but never give in to the single worst piece of legislation ever written. It must be repealed - if the 18th Amendment was passed in 1919 and it was repealed by the 21st Amendment in 1933, bad laws can be repealed. All during the era of Prohibition, alcohol continued to be used and sold in speakeasies. Hard liquor was made by stills and/or imported across the river from Canada - ask the Kennedys.

Until this repugnant law is repealed, defunded, or somehow struck down every effort should be made to not comply with it, and challenges to its many parts should be made - either legislatively or in the courts. If Beohner can´t put up that kind of fight, as Clint Eastwood says: "we´ve got to let him go."


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Reply 16 - Posted by: ebuilder, 12/12/2012 11:27:45 AM     (No. 9061521)

Every man has a price. Or so they say. What is the price for giving up all your principles, and then selling your countrymen into slavery? Do you do this because you are "turned evil?" Is it inevitable in politics and career managing given today´s press? Does your conscience change accordingly over time so treason and compromise become easier and easier? Or can it be quick, and legally defensible, the way Roberts handled it? Is it a gift from the God of this World? Is it a love of Death? Is it Mystery Babylon the Whore? Is it getting even, as some men hate a whole race for nothing? Is it, in the end, a cup of coffee and a pastrami sandwich?

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Reply 17 - Posted by: absalom, 12/12/2012 12:50:39 PM     (No. 9061704)

When a party nominates the likes of Hoover, Landon, Wilkie, Dewey, Nixon, the Bush buffons, McCain, Dole, and doofus Romney; it is certainly not a conservative party. Boner is just another DC republicrat jackass.

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Reply 18 - Posted by: Grambo, 12/12/2012 1:05:35 PM     (No. 9061748)

Alittle over the top, #17. Not helpful.

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Reply 19 - Posted by: absalom, 12/12/2012 2:11:25 PM     (No. 9061887)

#18. Put directly and simply, Lincoln was on the mark, as a house divided against itself cannot stand. The R rank and file has been and remains center-right while the leadership since WH Taft is No. East Liberal/Progressive, as my list attests. Cons and R´s are two different species. Until this reality is fully grasped, meaningful change is impossible.

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Reply 20 - Posted by: Jethro bo, 12/12/2012 6:56:01 PM     (No. 9062316)

Boneher is a recruiting poster for independents.

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