It breaks my heart to have to support the insurrection

The House of Representatives is about to adjourn for Christmas break. When they come back in January, they’ll hold an election for Speaker of the House.

Based on the tax-and-spend budget proposal which John Boehner assures us the House will pass, it is now abundantly clear that he is unfit to lead the conservative majority.

We need the House to vote against John Boehner on January 3rd.

His budget proposal looks like something Nancy Pelosi would propose: Tax increases on wealthy Americans and small businesses, and no spending cuts whatsoever.

There is a promise that the government will cut spending LATER, but we know what that’s worth.

Please help us convince the most conservative Members of the House to replace John Boehner…

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It breaks my heart to have to support the insurrection.

John Boehner and Eric Cantor both of whom I have supported with money have failed and must be replaced.

It would have been the easiest thing in the world to propose legislation that would remake the tax code, cut rates and deductions, re regulation replace current legislation with reform of the system re consumer protection restoring it to Congressional oversight, declare forthrightly that there will be no increase in the debt ceiling without raising eligibility ages for entitlements and elimination of subsidies (alternative energy for favored family members of high-ranking Democratic Senators

Also forthright, statements of the refusal of Harry Reid to abide by the rules, permit legislation to be considered, and not consider by nuclear option rendering the Senate a body totally lacking in the rules it has constituted to function for generations,

The speaker must state to the world that the President cannot continue to campaign. He must begin to govern.

In the absence of proposals that are reasonable and rational…

THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES WILL PASS LEGISLATION THE SENATE CAN REFUSE TO CONSIDER, REFUSE TO PASS, BUT THEN THERE WILL BE NO CONTINUING RESOLUTIONS – BE IT RESOLVED THE DEMOCRAT SENATE AND DEMOCRAT PRESIDENT WILL FUNCTION ACCORDING TO THE CONSTITUTION OR THERE WILL BE NO GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES AND THE UNITED STATES WILL CEASE TO EXIST IN THE EYES OF THE WORLD, BUT AT LEAST THE HOUSE WILL PERFORM ITS CONSTITUTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES.

Is that so terribly hard for even the leftist radicals who put out the New York “Rags” to understand?

History instead, shall not record the failure of the Republican Party to do its duty.

But rather how they moved heaven and earth to keep the Democrats from installing dictatorship and the end of constitutional democracy in the United States.

Reaganman – Contributor

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John Boehner must go

John Boehner must go.

 
I went to sleep on election night 2010 feeling a little more settled. The groggy electorate that was drugged y the media and the never-ending mantra, “Hope and change, hope and change!” seemed to slip temporally out of its coma and again elect men and woman that could “right” us in every political and moral meaning of the word.

 
No we didn’t get the senate and I was disappointed, but not surprised that Harry Reid survived in Nevada. For the record, I do think he stole that election.

 
That evening John Boehner also wept his way through his victory and apparent ascension to the speakership. My initial response was a sleepy “Uh-oh.” And, my response became justified as the days pasted. Sean Hannity and talk radio assured me that that Tea Party momentum and new Conservative energy in the Congress would keep the new speaker on a path that could effectively counter lefts growing influence and control.

 
On election night 2010 John Boehner said:

 
The people’s priorities will be our priorities. The people’s agenda will be our agenda. This is our Pledge to America … this is our pledge to you!

 
While our new majority will serve as your voice in the people’s House, we must remember it is the president who sets the agenda for our government. The American people have sent an unmistakable message to him tonight, and that message is: “change course.”

 
We hope President Obama will now respect the will of the people, change course, and commit to making the changes they are demanding. To the extent he is willing to do this, we are ready to work with him.

 
But make no mistake, the president will find in our new majority the voice of the American people as they’ve expressed it tonight: standing on principle, checking Washington’s power, and leading the drive for a smaller, less costly, and more accountable government.

 
These are the principles our new majority will stand for, and we hope you will stand with us in the hard work that lies ahead. Because we are humbled by your trust in us. And we recognize that with this trust comes the responsibility to listen, and listen we will.

 

For the full transcript: http://politics.blogs.foxnews.com/2010/11/02/boehners-election-night-speech#ixzz2FmaSCIn7

Yes, I was encouraged, but not convinced after I saw John Boehner’s interview on 60 Minutes where he cried his way though the segment. Hey, I don’t care if he’s moved so much that he must emote copious tears. Great, I like a good cry too. However, I also got the feeling from the interview that he would be more willing to compromise with the President.

Lesley Stahl from 60 Minutes met him at Capitol the day after the president announced the new (non) tax deal. When Stahl asked him about the president, he dwelt on their differences.

Lesley Stahl: What do you think of him?

Rep. John Boehner: I think he’s engaging. Certainly smart. Brilliant. But, you know, we come from different backgrounds. And I think our view of the economy is also very different.
I say this as nicely as I can… I think the President is a blind ideologue who does not like his country. I think that to him, the end justifies the means. Therefore, he will say and do anything to get his self-hating-American-agenda through.
That’s for sure: Stahl asked him about the president saying that the Republicans are holding the American people hostage to get tax cuts for the wealthy.

Stahl: He basically called you a hostage-taker.

Boehner: Excuse me, Mr. President. I thought the election was over. You know, you get a lot of that heated rhetoric during an election. But now it’s time to govern.

Stahl: Do you think that his tone will make it more difficult for you to come together as we move forward on issues? Or are you just flicking it off?

Boehner: I listen. I’ve got thick skin. And a lot of words get said here in Washington. You just have to let ’em run off your back. The president was having a tough day.

Stahl: You’re so understanding.

Boehner: I have a tough day from time to time myself.

 
So John Boehner, got to know the President better. They would now be seen dining and playing golf together. There was also no compromise.

 
I really knew that we were in trouble the following summer as the Republicans disappointed me and many other Conservatives when they put out this inane plan to create The Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction It was a bipartisan, 12-member panel in late July 2011 was to allow the government to raise the federal debt ceiling.

 
The agreement called for at least $2 trillion in deficit reduction over 10 years to offset the $2.4 trillion increase in the amount the Treasury Department is authorized to borrow. At least $1.2 trillion of that was to be decided on by the Joint Select Committee, which some in Washington called the “super committee.”

 
The panel, evenly split between Democrats and Republicans, the House and Senate, was given a deadline of fall 2011. Any recommendations it made were to be voted on immediately by both chambers of Congress, with no filibusters or amendments allowed.

 
Here’s the real stupidity of the Republican Leadership:

 
The deal said that if the committee could not agree on a plan, or if Congress did not enact its recommendations by Dec. 23, the result would be $1.2 trillion in automatic spending cuts in January 2013, half of which would come from Pentagon programs, Medicaid and Medicare benefits would be exempt, although provider payments could be reduced.

 
I knew then that Sean Hannity, John Boehner, and the Republican Establishment

 

ruined America forever.

 
I knew then 2012 was lost.

 
We did it to ourselves.

 
Now flash forward 2012…

 
Lets look at who lost the election. We had Republican moderates like,

 
Scott Brown, lost.
Tommy Thompson, lost.
Linda McMahon for the second time; moderate, lost.
Linda Lingle in Hawaii, lost.
Nan Hayworth in New York, lost.

 
As far as John Boehner and the powers that be are concerned in the ruling class part of the Republican Party, there must be room to compromise.

 
Why Should John Boehner care? He’s in power and that’s all he cares about.

 
Because conservatives, we’re the only group left that doesn’t orient ourselves around government.

 
..Like playing golf with a man that hates his own country.

 
We’re the only group of people left that does not want to earn our living off government. Many now do. People who vote for the Democrats are unwilling to earn a lifestyle that they desire. So they vote for people who will enable them.

 
It’s apparent that John Boehner wants government control and HE wants to be in charge of it. He wants to run the committees that bundle out the currency. That’s where he develops his power.

 
So Conservatives are a threat to both Republicans and Democrats because we’re the one group left that’s not oriented around government being the center of the universe or the center of everyone’s life.

 
I want to make my way in life without government. I don’t want to nurse off of it.

 
Marco Rubio, won
Ted Cruz, won
Rand Paul, won
Mike Lee, won
Kiernan Lalor, won

 
They are all Tea Party conservatives, and they won in spite and in the face of John Boehner and the Republican Establishment.

 
Again, I think John Boehner has shown that he and the moderate wants to rule not govern. Sean Hannity and talk radio wants access to John Boehner and his ilk, so they overlook and cover Boehner’s flaws.

 
Finally…

 
I personally think that the county I knew is still lost. The President was successful. He taught more than half of the United States how to vote themselves “poor” every four years. I really don’t think that replacing Speaker Boehner will do anything but send a message that we didn’t like his leadership and he was partly to blame for the Conservative arrest and failure of the 2012 election.

 

At the least, I want us to give him something to reall cry about.

 
And, maybe… just maybe… if we get rid of John Boehner’s Speakership and put in a true leader and advocate of conservatism… we could come back a bit from the brink.

 
But that my little mantra of “Hope and change.”

 

 

We have an ignorant bureaucracy that has run amuck

Israel is a society where even the radical leftists know the Arabs are gunning for them so they protect their kids. They are people who have weapons in schools for their own protection.

Now the Red-Fascist-Democrats here are “gunning for guns” so I guess that only union activists will have guns to force workers to sign up for unionization (that’s another great liberal idea).

In America, radical, subversive judges have destroyed the educational system of every major city though forced busing. They have eliminated neighborhood schools for people in the neighborhood. Thus people don’t think of schools as an investment in the community. Judges are of course always in favor of striking down the Ten Commandments, promoting same sex marriage, criminal violence in the movies and video games.

They are protected whereas pro-life speech is made to feel criminalized.

Get rid of Boehner.

I used to defend him, but now I see he’s a pathetic fool – there must be no Republican surrender!

Democratic women in House and Senate can cry to the heavens. How come their husbands and husbands’ families become rich from alternative energy scams and other things – could it be Democrats mix liberalism with crony capitalism corruption?

What a surprise.

Mr. Boehner please listen, -we want no increase in the debt ceiling.

Yes, Reagan too was played for a fool. It’s not only today that Democrats will spend us into bankruptcy, it was back then too.

I remember way back when Paul Findlay was an anti-Israel Republican in Illinois. Dick Durbin was running for his seat as the pro-Israel candidate. I supported Dick Durbin…one of my greatest regrets as we all know what he is today in the Senate.

And Obama

He is smart, he’ll appoint a Republican as Defense Secretary – just so happens it’s Chuck Hagel, former Nebraska Senator, whose whole career in office has been “pro-Iran” and “Damn Israel to Hell” – There will be no military cooperation and Obama will say that’s the prerogative of the Defense Secretary – Obama and Pontius Pilate before Christmas – what a fitting scenario.

TRUTH WRIT LARGE.

AGAIN, NO INCREASE IN DEBT CEILING WITHOUT SPENDING CUTS!

BIG ENOUGH TO SAY, ELIMINATE CORRUPTIONS AND FRAUDS LIKE FEDERAL DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, AND HOMELAND SECURITY (IT IS A LIE AND FRAUD – COME ON! STRIP SEARCHING OLD LADIES IN WHEELCHAIRS IS NOT SECURITY! –

We have an ignorant bureaucracy that has run amuck. Mr. Boehner please, try firing czars, and get rid of the regulatory bodies that know nothing about economics but are schooled in screwing up the nation’s economy.

Reaganman – Contributor

 

 

We must prevent the Democrats from having their way.

Laura Hollis
November 8, 2012
I am already reading so many pundits and other talking heads analyzing the disaster that was this year’s elections. I am adding my own ten cents. Here goes:

1. We are outnumbered

We accurately foresaw the enthusiasm, the passion, the commitment, the determination, and the turnout. Married women, men, independents, Catholics, evangelicals – they all went for Romney in percentages as high or higher than the groups which voted for McCain in 2008. It wasn’t enough. What we saw in the election on Tuesday was a tipping point: we are now at a place where there are legitimately fewer Americans who desire a free republic with a free people than there are those who think the government should give them stuff. There are fewer of us who believe in the value of free exchange and free enterprise. There are fewer of us who do not wish to demonize successful people in order to justify taking from them. We are outnumbered. For the moment. It’s just that simple.

2. It wasn’t the candidate(s)

Some are already saying, “Romney was the wrong guy”; “He should have picked Marco Rubio to get Florida/Rob Portman to get Ohio/Chris Christie to get [someplace else].” With all due respect, these assessments are incorrect. Romney ran a strategic and well-organized campaign. Yes, he could have hit harder on Benghazi. But for those who would have loved that, there are those who would have found it distasteful. No matter what tactic you could point to that Romney could have done better, it would have been spun in a way that was detrimental to his chances. Romney would have been an excellent president, and Ryan was an inspired choice. No matter who we ran this year, they would have lost. See #1, above.

3. It’s the culture, stupid!

We have been trying to fight this battle every four years at the voting booth. It is long past time we admit that is not where the battle really is. We abdicated control of the culture – starting back in the 1960s. And now our largest primary social institutions – education, the media, Hollywood (entertainment) have become really nothing more than an assembly line for cranking out reliable little Leftists. Furthermore, we have allowed the government to undermine the institutions that instill good character – marriage, the family, communities, schools, our churches. So, here we are, at least two full generations later – we are reaping what we have sown. It took nearly fifty years to get here; it will take another fifty years to get back. But it starts with the determination to reclaim education, the media, and the entertainment business. If we fail to do that, we can kiss every election goodbye from here on out. And much more.

4. America has become a nation of adolescents

The real loser in this election was adulthood: Maturity. Responsibility. The understanding that liberty must be accompanied by self-restraint. Obama is a spoiled child, and the behavior and language of his followers and their advertisements throughout the campaign makes it clear how many of them are, as well. Romney is a grown-up. Romney should have won. Those of us who expected him to win assumed that voters would act like grownups. Because if we were a nation of grownups, he would have won.

But what did win? Sex. Drugs. Bad language. Bad manners. Vulgarity. Lies. Cheating. Name-calling. Finger-pointing. Blaming. And, irresponsible spending. This does not bode well. People grow up one of two ways: either they choose to, or circumstances force them to. The warnings are all there, whether it is the looming economic disaster, or the inability of the government to respond to crises like Hurricane Sandy, or the growing strength and brazenness of our enemies. American voters stick their fingers in their ears and say, “Lalalalalala, I can’t hear you.” It is unpleasant to think about the circumstances it will take to force Americans to grow up. It is even more unpleasant to think about Obama at the helm when those circumstances arrive.

5. Yes, there is apparently a “Vagina Vote”

It’s the subject matter of another column in its entirety to point out, one by one, all of the inconsistencies and hypocrisies of the Democrats this year. Suffice it to say that the only “war on women” was the one waged by the Obama campaign, which sexualized and objectified women, featuring them dressed up like vulvas at the Democrat National Convention, appealing to their “lady parts,” comparing voting to losing your virginity with Obama, trumpeting the thrills of destroying our children in the womb (and using our daughters in commercials to do so), and making Catholics pay for their birth control. For a significant number of women, this was appealing. It might call into question the wisdom of the Nineteenth Amendment, but for the fact that large numbers of women (largely married) used their “lady smarts” instead. Either way, Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton are rolling over in their graves.

6. It’s not about giving up on “social issues”

No Republican candidate should participate in a debate or go out on the stump without thorough debate prep and a complete set of talking points that they stick to. This should start with a good grounding in biology and a reluctance to purport to know the will of God. (Thank you, Todd and Richard.)

That said, we do not hold the values we do because they garner votes. We hold the values we do because we believe that they are time-tested principles without which a civilized, free and prosperous society is not possible.

We defend the unborn because we understand that a society which views some lives as expendable is capable of viewing all lives as expendable.
We defend family – mothers, fathers, marriage, children – because history makes it quite clear that societies without intact families quickly descend into anarchy and barbarism, and we have plenty of proof of that in our inner cities where marriage is infrequent and unwed motherhood approaches 80 percent. When Roe v. Wade was decided in 1973, many thought that the abortion cause was lost. Forty years later, ultrasound technology has demonstrated the inevitable connection between science and morality. More Americans than ever define themselves as “pro-life.” What is tragic is that tens of millions of children have lost their lives while Americans figure out what should have been obvious before. There is no “giving up” on social issues. There is only the realization that we have to fight the battle on other fronts. The truth will win out in the end.

7. Obama does not have a mandate. And he does not need one.

I have to laugh – bitterly – when I read conservative pundits trying to assure us that Obama “has to know” that he does not have a mandate, and so he will have to govern from the middle. I don’t know what they’re smoking. Obama does not care that he does not have a mandate. He does not view himself as being elected (much less re-elected) to represent individuals. He views himself as having been re-elected to complete the “fundamental transformation” of America, the basic structure of which he despises. Expect much more of the same – largely the complete disregard of the will of half the American public, his willingness to rule by executive order, and the utter inability of another divided Congress to rein him in.

Stanley Kurtz has it all laid out:

http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/332840/get-ready-obama-s-first-term-stanley-kurtz#.

8. The corrupt media is the enemy

Too strong? I don’t think so. I have been watching the media try to throw elections since at least the early 1990s. In 2008 and again this year, we saw the media cravenly cover up for the incompetence and deceit of this President, while demonizing a good, honorable and decent man with lies and smears. This is on top of the daily barrage of insults that conservatives (and by that I mean the electorate, not the politicians) must endure at the hands of this arrogant bunch of elitist snobs. Bias is one thing. What we observed with Benghazi was professional malpractice and fraud. They need to go. Republicans, Libertarians and other conservatives need
to be prepared to play hardball with the Pravda press from here on out. And while we are at it, to defend those journalists of whatever political stripe (Jake Tapper, Sharyl Atkisson, Eli Lake) who actually do their jobs. As
well as Fox News and talk radio. Because you can fully expect a re-elected Obama to try to reinstate the Fairness Doctrine in term 2.

9. Small business and entrepreneurs will be hurt the worst

For all the blather about “Wall Street versus Main Street,” Obama’s statist agenda will unquestionably benefit the biggest corporations which – as with the public sector unions – are in the best position to make campaign donations, hire lobbyists, and get special exemptions carved out from Obama’s health care laws, his environmental regulations, his labor laws. It will be the small business, the entrepreneur, and the first-time innovators who will be crushed by their inability to compete on a level playing field.

10. America is more polarized than ever; and this time it’s personal

I’ve been following politics for a long time, and it feels different this time. Not just for me. I’ve received messages from other conservatives who are saying the same thing: there is little to no tolerance left out there for those who are bringing this country to its knees – even when they have been our friends. It isn’t just about “my guy” versus “your guy.” It is my view ofAmerica versus your view of America – a crippled, hemorrhaging, debt-laden, weakened and dependentAmerica that I want no part of and resent being foisted on me. I no longer have any patience for stupidity, blindness, or vulgarity, so with each dumb “tweet” or FB post by one of my happily lefty comrades, another one bites the dust, for me. Delete. What does this portend for a divided Congress? I expect that Republicans will be demoralized and chastened for a short time. But I see them in a bad position. Americans in general want Congress to work together. But many do not want Obama’s policies, and so Republicans who support them will be toast. Good luck, guys.

11. It’s possible that America just has to hit rock bottom

I truly believe that most Americans who voted for Obama have no idea what they are in for. Most simply believe him when he says that all he really wants is for the rich to pay “a little bit more.” So reasonable! Who could argue with that except a greedy racist?

America is on a horrific bender. Has been for some time now. The warning signs of our fiscal profligacy and culture of lack of personal responsibility are everywhere – too many to mention. We need only look at other countries which have gone the route we are walking now to see what is in store.

For the past four years – but certainly within the past campaign season – we have tried to warn Americans. Too many refuse to listen, even when all of the events that have transpired during Obama’s presidency – unemployment, economic stagnation, skyrocketing prices, the depression of the dollar, the collapse of foreign policy, Benghazi, hopelessly inept responses to natural disasters – can be tied directly to Obama’s statist philosophies, and his decisions.

What that means, I fear, is that they will not see what is coming until the whole thing collapses. That is what makes me so sad today. I see the country I love headed toward its own “rock bottom,” and I cannot seem to reach those who are taking it there.

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If we cannot regain control of those critical institutions (“that instill good character – marriage, the family, communities, schools, our churches”), that Ms. Hollis enumerated, and rekindle the rational, sane and conservative values they once represented,…..WE ARE DOOMED TO CONTINUE THIS SLIDE INTO A LEFTIST, PROGRESSIVE, LIBERAL LED DECAY and ULTIMATE COLLAPSE.

Laura Hollis
November 8, 2012

Laura Hollis is:Currently Associate Professional Specialist and Concurrent Associate Professor of Law at University of Notre Dame.

I remember Goldwater in 1964. Johnson ran the classic Chicago-Red-Fascist-Democrat campaign.

With Goldwater we would have maintained a stable currency, a stable budget and fiscal policy. As it stands, it was the Republican votes that passed the civil rights legislation.

However, it’s been a great success at making U.S. a secular humanist society that rules out God and the Ten Commandments. The Liberals gave us lies of guns and butter and we still lost the Vietnam War. Hundreds of billions spent on the “War on Poverty” and it has all been an abject failure (Economically speaking).

Their thinking eliminates sensible social practices only to give us violence-ridden movies to encourage mental illness. When the consequences are felt, the liberals scream “Gun control!” When it is the sick psychopathy of the liberal management of mental health clinics and hospitals. They cling to this perverted notion that psychotics have rights not to take medication. They gave us Roe v. Wade on the basis of privacy rights when it should have been optional for the states to give permission for applied for abortions to prevent backroom butchery. Margaret Sanger and Planned Parenthood became the eugenicist of operations to cleanse the population of undesirables. (That means blacks and Hispanics) – yet it is blacks and Hispanics who spit in their own faces by voting for the God-hating abortionist Democrats because their stable family unit fell as the lure of welfare rose.

And if I were head of RNC, I would sit the Tea Party down in a room with the CEOs who haven’t become crony capitalists on Obama’s payroll with waivers and exemptions. I would bang some heads together (metaphorically speaking) and we would again become unified Republicans.

The Democrats are going to do what they’ve always wanted – THE CREATION OF A SOVIET AMERICA!

We must prevent the Democrats from having their way.

Reaganman Contributor.

To liberals and moderates…a lightning rod.

How much did 2012 cost us?

I know that Romney’s staff had that fouled up the race every day, in every way. They and he didn’t have the guts to do what was necessary.

Recently, I answered a telephone solicitation from Michele Bachmann’s people in which I politely answered with a negative.

I explained that she had no business running for President. I think that it was a touch of the ego and arrogance to even think, given the political realities that she was well aware, that the balance that the conservatives would not rally round a woman who, to liberals and moderates, is a lightning rod.

That being said, I also advised that the House is where she belonged and a Senate race would have the result of another good Conservative losing on a statewide basis.

…Especially if she is an unabashed Conservative.

Reganman – Contributor

Boehner’s purge wars against representation

Exclusive: Alan Keyes likens Boston Tea Party to what’s needed in GOP

by Alan Keyes

Once a high-level Reagan-era diplomat, Alan Keyes is a long-time leader in the conservative movement. He is well-known as a staunch pro-life champion and an eloquent advocate of the constitutional republic, including respect for the moral basis of liberty and self-government. He has worked to promote an approach to politics based on the initiative of citizens of goodwill consonant with the with the principles of God-endowed natural right.

He writes, “It’s apparent that the party still calling itself Republican has become arrogantly hostile to this indispensable premise of republican self-government. John Boehner’s purge of fiscal conservatives is just the most recent proof of this Soviet-style hostility. So was Karl Rove’s successful political assault on moral conservatives during the late election. These henchmen of the elitist faction’s twin-party sham now, quite openly, go about their business – to substitute endlessly manipulated fear for sensible persuasion as the basis for government in the United States.”

Read the full article published online at

http://www.wnd.com/2012/12/boehners-purge-wars-against-representation/

I need no lessons on Conservatism.

All kinds of Democrats, from Jews and Christians who believe in God, to atheists and Communists of both religions, when it comes to supporting Barack Obama in his drive to Islamize and Sovietize America…

-they are all united.

However, when it comes to conservatives and John Boehner, it is as if there are two separate parties that function at cross-purposes. Corporations have sold out their souls for corporate welfare. Meanwhile, the so-called “Conservative media” is often rife with “liberalism-lite” and wishful-thinking. There seems to be a total failure to accept and understand that we have had four years of irreversible revolution and are going to have four more!

Look at the Senate races in 2012.

Four seats down to six lost seats – That’s the difference between Reid and McConnell as Senate Majority leader.

(I am actually proud of beating Lugar. So, we lost that seat)

I need no lessons on Conservatism.

I was 9 ½ on Thursday, April 12, 1945 when Roosevelt died in Warm Springs, GA and I’ve been fighting with my own ever since. I’ve defended Joe McCarthy, who was burned at the stake by the Red-Liberal-Democrats of his day.

John Boehner needs some ideology, guts, and an ability to enunciate a fiery proposal and program without looking like he’s going to cry.

 
Sure, Reagan made compromises and sometimes grievous errors. Remember his response to the Beirut Marine bombing and the limited bombing he authorized on Qaddafi. Even in his time, the fundamental culture and political center of gravity continued to go left and dependent. Today, the current unmarried women and rape exception and criminalization of Hispanic population will guarantee that Republicans will soon share the fate of the Whig Party.

 
If I ran the Romney campaign, he would have hammered away (metaphorically speaking) on Obama. If I ran the Romney campaign, he would be president-elect today.

I’m always willing to address CPAC.

Let them hear something intelligent based on history, politics and economics.

Instead, we just get the garbage that sounds good…

and loses.

 

Reaganman- Contributor