Tuesday, September 29, 2015

From one disastrous Speakership to another if torch passes from Boehner to McCarthy

Even after a stark warning in a Breitbart exclusive, we knew McCarthy would be waiting in the wings. They're like cockroaches!
Politico: House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy officially announced his bid for House speaker on Monday, promising to "lead the fight" for conservatism while healing divisions in the conference.
Riiight. Who's he think he's fooling?! No one...but likely a lot of back room dealings in the works.


Levin emphasized over the weekend how much of a disaster Boehner has been as Speaker...
TRS: Mark Levin was on with OAN after his appearance on Saturday at the FRC to discuss Boehner ouster, why he had to go and why we need a conservative to replace him. He also explains how Republicans should react in the event Obama shuts down the government over Planned Parenthood.

...as well as how conservatives are sick and tired of Republicans funding the Obama agenda!
CNS: Radio talk show host Mark Levin said Saturday that conservatives are “sick and tired” of the Republican leadership in Congress “funding the Obama agenda.”

“Don’t tell us we’re not going to shut down the government,” Levin said during an onstage interview with Family Research Council (FRC) president Tony Perkins at the Values Voter Summit in Washington. “You put these bills on [President Obama’s] desk and let him shut down the government.”

“Let the government shut down and let us continue to live as free human beings,” he added.

The president “may have a pen and he may have an Obamaphone, but we have a Constitution. Now use it!” Levin exclaimed.

“If that means the government shuts down for three weeks, then by God, the government is shut down… By the way, the government never shuts down. It just doesn’t stop.”
And the liberal media hack Jake Tapper asked McCarthy to respond to Levin's criticism that he's nothing more than "Eric Cantor with TEN LESS IQ points!" Cantor's response"Give me time...give me a moment to show if I can govern, and then you can come back and judge whether I've done well or not." Uh huh...does that sound like a fighter?

Folks, we've seen the disaster film already. It'll be new-boss-same-as-the-old-boss if conservatives can't force this establishment leadership out.

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