Boehner Has To Go: Ignore the Constitution, Party Uber Alles!

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December 5, 2012

The people Boehner has punished were not elected by their constituents to represent John Boehner, his leadership, nor the Republican Party. The Republican Party is not protected by the Constitution. By his actions, Boehner has made himself the tanned poster child of everything that is wrong with Washington. It’s two parties vying for power, the will of the American people be damned!

What does this idiot Boehner hope to do, split the party officially?

The House of Representatives is called the ‘house of the people’ for a reason. It is not the House of John Boehner, or the GOP. By punishing certain members as he has, Boehner may as well be punishing individual citizens for their thoughts, opinions and positions. The bottom line is, Boehner is intellectually not up to the job. Obama will continue to kick his ass around like a dope and he needs to resign. He can’t even handle this internal situation adequately and is simply not up to the job.

The issue of how Congress was to be structured was one of the most divisive among the founders during the Convention. Edmund Randolph’s Virginia Plan called for a bicameral Congress: the lower house would be “of the people,” elected directly by the people of the United States and representing public opinion, and a more deliberative upper house that would represent the individual states, and would be less susceptible to variations of mass sentiment, would be elected by the lower house.

The Speaker’s actions are anti-democratic and un-American. He needs to step down.

Also removed from committee spots were Reps. Justin Amash R-Mich., Walter Jones R-N.C. and David Schweikert Ariz..Huelskamp added that Boehner warned GOP lawmakers that “there may be more folks that will be targeted … were watching all your votes. ”

“It was a message to the Republican conference in general, especially the comment today that there may be more punishment coming if you don’t vote the right way,” Huelskamp said.A source at the conference meeting disputed Huelskamps characterization of Boehners point, noting that the Speaker said “some votes factored into [the decision to remove lawmakers from committee assignments] but it wasnt just [votes], it was a bigger picture than all that, that caused this to happen.

“The crux of the problem is that Democrats have successfully employed a “divide and conquer” strategy when outspoken GOP House members “gratuitously bad-mouth the leadership,” a separate source told The Hill. “That [GOP members] run to the press to get their own headlines and that divides us and thats really where Boehners coming from,” the source said.

via Boehner to members: Leadership is watching your voting patterns – The Hill.



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  2. anthony w carsella jr says:

    I have said this same thing from the beginning of his reign,I have called my Congressman Trey Gowdy R-SC,who I have really come to appreciate since I have lived here for 1 yr coming from the Liberal Northeast Corridor,NJ,and told his office that Boehner needs to go the woman said that he could be removed as a vote for speaker was to come up,I could tell from the conversation we had I was not the Lone Ranger and many have called with the same concern.I know many say “NO” to a 3rd party but the repubs are caving and folding to what we need to STAND STRONG AND NOT GIVE IN!!I believe Obama wants to GO OVER THE CLIFF,because he gets everything he wants,and to Blame US FOR IT!!The bottom line is he wants not only total control of peoples money,but total control of EVERYTHING WE DO!!!My question is,HOW DOES 1 man GET THIS MUCH POWER????Only GOD can help us,NO POLITICIAN HAS THE ANSWER!!I believe we are headed into a civil war.

    • Nathan says:

      Your sentiments are correct and welcome to South Carolina. Ironically, I’m now in north NJ after growing up in the south. Boehner is caving in and ironically lacks the very thing Obama possesses, thick skin. When “you try to be everything to everyone you wind up being nothing to no one.” If he and other leaders don’t stand unified and fearless, no doubt the republican party will be inferior in 4 yrs. I thought the danger of a Obama 2nd term was to American ideals. Turns out the danger may be the extinction of the republican party.

      • Ken Middleton Middleton says:

        I agree with you.

      • ReaganConservative says:

        With political opposition RINO Party leaders like Boehner, who needs Obamacrats..

        When you’re 2 sides of the same political coin in a coin toss, We the People lose every time.

        Either we remove these RINOs from their leadership positions, and replace them with real Reagan Conservatives, or we break away and create a new majority Conservative Party.

        Being a strong minority party, with strong Reagan Conservatives, that fights the opposition tooth and nail like Sen. Jesse Helms did, is a thousand times better than a weak spineless capitulating appeasing majority obama-rat RINO facilitator.

  3. Ragspierre says:

    Yep. He got the rope.

    Now he’s hung himself. Timeago…

  4. Joe Deegan says:

    We should consider voting for Pelosi for Speaker- A Republican Majority with Nancy as Speaker with her super-sized Gavel. Then challange every establishment Republican House Member in the Primaries which is where the Moderate -Conservative fight can be decided.

  5. Annie says:

    Dan, you’re exactly right. The B-man has to
    go. I am hoping that those switchboards are lighting up with calls from across the country, demanding he be replaced. Out with the estab pubbies and in with our young conservative guns. Paul Ryan for Speaker!

    • Kyle says:

      Paul Ryan was 1 of 7 who signed on to Boehner’s $800 Billion tax hike proposal this week. What good is Ryan going to do? He already supports Boehner. He doesn’t fight Boehner.

  6. Sy says:

    Mr. Riehl,
    I read many conservative blogs. You consistently get it right and what is more you understand what is wrong with the Republican party and what needs to be done to fix it and start winning national elections again. Thank you and please keep it up.

  7. Westport says:

    Nowhere is not effective, but Dan you have for weeks avoided addressing the real issue – how to set up negotiation right now – in real time – with Obama . If we replace Boehner what’s next? Do you go over cliff or lock in tax rates for 98 percent? I say yes and use debt ceiling to hammer Obama – maybe this site could up its game alittle? So, what to do now – i pose it to the group. Did anyone see coulter and hannity on this tonight?

  8. Westport says:

    Boehner is not effective…

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  10. Fred Beloit says:

    What is really crazy about all this, and I have not seen it expressed in exactly this way anywhere else, is that Obama insists on wanting a tax law that is based exclusively on class envy and spite.

    Taxing the rich a bit more will not solve one single national problem, yet it has become the end-all and be-all of Obama’s reputation, and it is of his own choosing. Why he has taken this truly ridiculous position? Oh I know the koswits and TPM a-holes want it, but they don’t want drone strikes either and Obe doesn’t give a sxxt. He is proud of being the stone-cold drone killer. So why this nutty choice to make or break his presidency? I just can’t get it.

    • Ragspierre says:

      Yes, you do, Fred.

      Envy and spite…and positive HARM to the economy.

      Cloward-Piven in application, with an added dimension of attacking supply (production) in the economy.

      We know, objectively, that raising the rates will NOT result in more revenue, and WILL result in more perverse incentives in the economy.

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  12. Xiaoding says:

    Boehner is absoloutly correct, to do what he is doing, from his point of view.

    The Tea Party is not his, or the Republicans, friend. So, keep them close, or get rid of them. He has chosen the second.

    No one’s gonna give it to ya.

    • CalMark says:

      You idiot.

      We only gave them huge majorities in the House. If not for the Tea Parties, Boehner would still be Minority Leader: in early 2009, he had already surrendered and accepted a 2/3 majority for Dems after the 2010 elections, as though he was powerless even to make an effort to stop it.

      John Boehner is a corrupt, vicious, treacherous scumbag.

  13. Ellsworth Toohey says:

    As long as the vast majority of Americans condone to any degree the confiscation of property and earnings (i.e., theft) for causes they deem “good” or “bad”, our country will continue its slide into tyranny. I doubt there are enough moral people left to wage a civil war, which America desparately needs, to destroy the looters and the tyrants.

    • Patriot says:

      Why do you hate the Constitution?

    • Xiaoding says:

      “I doubt there are enough moral people left to wage a civil war, which America desparately needs, to destroy the looters and the tyrants.”

      Which raises the question, how many people do you need, to wage such a war?

      I would argue, about twenty, with sufficient money, and a bunch of people symathetic with their aims.

  14. PAUL RYAN FOR SPEAKER NOW!!!

  15. Patriot says:

    Did you guys hear that Senator DeMinted is leaving the Senate to lobby his former colleagues on behalf of the Heritage Foundation? Doesn’t that make him a flip-flopper on Obamacare? I guess that sweet wingnut welfare would cause any totally heterosexual, real American like DeMinted forget his principled principles.

    • Patriot says:

      I guess when the House GOP voted to criminalize the word “lunatic,” DeMinted took that as his cue to leave.

    • Ragspierre says:

      “Criminalize” the word “lunatic”?

      I think your lunacy is showing, you poor, hate-twisted, lying, moronic Collectivist.

      I doubt even you can read your gibberish and get anything coherent out of it. You really should just stop embarrassing your Collective.

      • Patriot says:

        I see. So you acknowledge that Senator DeMinted is going to work lobbying his former colleagues, on behalf of the entity that gave birth to Obamacare. See, that was you beinghonest.

  16. Ragspierre says:

    As we’ve said before, we wish Obama would take the money Boehner offered and run. Republicans make a strong argument that increasing revenue by limiting deductions, rather than sharply hiking rates, would have less of an impact on economic growth.

    Yes, Obama campaigned on those tax rate increases. But he campaigned just as fervently on the need for a “balanced” mix of revenue hikes and spending cuts. With his obsession on tax rates rather than on debt and entitlements, the president does not look focused on finding a two-party solution for crises that two parties created.

    Americans who voted for Obama reflect that call for balance more than his ultimatums have: Politico reported Monday that a poll for a moderate Democratic think tank, Third Way, found 85 percent of Obama voters favoring higher taxes on the wealthy: “Yet 41 percent who supported the Democratic incumbent want to get control of the deficit mostly by cutting spending, with only some tax increases, while another 41 percent want to solve it mostly with tax increases and only some spending cuts. Just 5 percent of Obama supporters favor tax increases alone to solve the deficit, half the number who back an approach that relies entirely on spending cuts.”

    What Americans see, though, is a White House offering essentially the same tax-centric budget that Obama proposed last winter, while Republicans have moved away from the no-new-revenue budget the House passed.

    Instead, Boehner and other Republican leaders on Monday offered Obama a package similar to the deal the two men agreed upon, then scuttled, in mid-2011.

    http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/opinion/editorials/ct-edit-cliff-20121205,0,2354777.story

    Yep.

    • Patriot says:

      “Republicans make a strong argument that increasing revenue by limiting deductions, rather than sharply hiking rates, would have less of an impact on economic growth.”

      Really? That argument is ….? What? Specifically.

      • Ragspierre says:

        What? Do other people ALWAYS have to pour information into that crap-filled skull? You come here under the pretense you know SOME flucking thing…

        Get a clue.

        • Patriot says:

          Haha. You can’t make the argument. Is there anyone on the “conservative” side who can step in for you?

        • Patriot says:

          It’s always very amusing that you scream for links supporting common knowledge, while simultaneously proclaiming yourself immune from supporting your own “arguments”.

          It’ll be even funnier when your heroes in the Senate fumble to do the same thing when they want to filibuster during the next Congress. I imagine that they will come to a seasoned arguer like you for assistance.

          • Ragspierre says:

            You would note…could you read…that the argument is presented by the Chicago Tribune.

            It is hardly secret information.

            That you don’t know it is no great revelation. The moonbat cocoon admits very little light.

            Moron.

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  20. I LOVE IT

    Linked at RR

    #FireBoehner Gathering Steam…

  21. Patriot says:

    “You would note…could you read…that the argument is presented by the Chicago Tribune.”

    No, it’s not, liar. The Trib merely says “eliminate deductions.” Neither it, Mitt Rmoney, you, nor Teabilly Congressperrsons have said WHICH deductions. Math, dip shit.

    And I love that your method of convincing people of your economic alchemy is to scream that your plan is already public knowledge and that you’re not obligated to do the math. And then you wonder why you lose elections.

    • Ragspierre says:

      “As we’ve said before, we wish Obama would take the money Boehner offered and run. Republicans make a strong argument that increasing revenue by limiting deductions, rather than sharply hiking rates, would have less of an impact on economic growth.”
      –Chicago Tribune

      Several current deductions HAVE been specifically mentioned, liar.

      Including by Barrackah Hussain Obama. Just last year, you lying phuc. HE did the math (well…HAD it done, since math scares him).

      People can read, you lying SOS. You…to the extent you are a person…COULD perhaps take it up. Handicaps not withstanding…

  22. Patriot says:

    “Waiting for your citations, liar…

    Name-calling won’t suffice.”

    It is hardly secret information.

    That you don’t know it is no great revelation. The wingnut cocoon admits very little light.

  23. Fred Beloit says:

    I never heard Congress referred to as the leader of the US. I’ve often heard our leader is the president. Wonder what our leader, a man who wants to yet again raise the cap on out-of-control government spending, plans to cut. Let’s see: Public Broadcasting funding? NO. Outrageous over-regulation in favor of tiny weeds, lizards, frogs, and spiders? NO. New Obamacost taxes and controls over our health decisions? NO. Etc., etc.

  24. Captain Joe says:

    Dump the Orange fruit.

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