Monday, May 12, 2014

Crony Chamber president Donohue threatens Republicans: If you don't do amnesty, don't bother running a candidate in 2016

Well, looks like the decrepit Tom Donohue let his true intentions slip out...the Chamber of Crony Capitalism apparently will withhold funding for the next Republican presidential candidate if the House doesn't pass amnesty...yes, yes, Daddy Warbucks! More and more, this guy proves to be a Soros in Republican clothing...
WSJ: Tom Donohue, president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, predicted that Congress would pass immigration legislation this year and said Republicans shouldn’t bother to field a presidential candidate in 2016 if they don’t.

His comments echo warnings from others, including high-profile Republicans, that the GOP cannot win if it does not improve its showing with the fast-growing Latino electorate, and cannot do that without approving an immigration package. The Senate passed a bipartisan bill last summer but it has languished in the GOP-controlled House ever since.

“If the Republicans don’t do it, they shouldn’t bother to run a candidate in 2016,” Mr. Donohue said at an event Monday on infrastructure issues. “Think about that. Think about who the voters are. I just did that to get everybody’s attention.” (His comments are at about the one hour mark on this C-Span video.)
To be precise, this specific segment of Donohue's babbling is located at 59:20 of the 'Economy and Infrastructure, CEO Panel.'

Sure, he just did that to get everybody's attention. Never mind that the Chamber funds many of these establishment Republicans (that'd be the same ones pushing for Jeb to run, Bloomy and Weepy included). But moreover, how exactly is flooding our population with poor, unskilled foreigners who hold no allegiance to our nation helpful to America, particularly with the vast amount of unemployed citizens? It's not. It's all political desperation, because for these defeatist crony types, it's easier to allow pandering to rule the day than to stand on the Framers' shoulders and take principled action to maintain the rule of law.

Oh, and thanks Mr. Donohue for handing over more red meat against Republicans to the leftist rags:
Why does this guy fund Republicans when it's apparent that he wants them to act like Democrats? Well, the answer to that is an age-old one: control. But what I was hinting more towards is that as much as this guy is certainly no conservative, it seems a bit of a stretch to even refer to him as a Republican.

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