Skip to comments.A very, very dangerous man & Eric Cantor and the Establishment’s Stunning Loss
Posted on 05/13/2014 5:39:25 AM PDT by cotton1706
When, establishment GOP, will you get it?
You dont get to shove candidates down our throats anymore. We arent going to sit down for it anymore.
Gone are the days when you get to trot out Karl Rove like a fairy princess to have him wave his magic wand over the heads of the yes men GOP and get what you want.
And lets talk about what you want.
The political elite in both parties want one thing yes men (and women). They want to be able to tell a lobbyist they can deliver votes and then deliver them. The lobbyists livelihoods depend on it, and the GOPs credibility with the lobbyists (and their purse strings) depends on it.
The power brokers in Washington, D.C., have their tentacles in state governments around the country, and they love having control of my state, California.
Both the GOP establishment and the Dems depend on big-government spending, so they love people like Gov. Jerry Brown. Sure, the GOP would prefer to have their empty suit in that office, but a big-spending liberal comes in as a close second.
What neither party wants are candidates who would actually stop the out-of-control spending and the rampant corruption that the establishment on both sides has been building and taking advantage of for decades.
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Maybe next week The Hill will claim that Geithner was not the Co-Mastermind of the IRS Harassment Program that Lois Lerner expedited to perfection?
BTW, why is Boehner silent on why he, PERSONALLY, allowed the IRS to waste $100,000,000,000.00 on new and improved office furniture?
100 BILLION dollars would have hired a lot of VA doctors, Nurses and non-Democrat Hospital Administrators!
Looks like Boehner prefers new furniture made in China, (IMHO), to helping our wounded Military - - - whatta guy!
Should Boehner be investigated for Dereliction of Duty for not controlling the Nations Purse Strings?
$100 Billion on office furniture? Call me skeptical.
It was actually reported as 100 million (96 million was actual figure)
” - - - The IRS has spent $96.5 million on office furniture under the Obama administration and is now claiming it has insufficient funding to adequately serve taxpayers. - - - “ ( Seek and Find thread)
I stand corrected. Thanks.