Skip to comments.Juan Williams: Republican leaders must keep Tea Party on the run
Posted on 02/17/2014 4:43:43 PM PST by yoe
Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnel (R-Ky.) are now in position to end the Tea Partys death grip on the Republican Partys political future.
[snip]If the nations credit rating, stocks and the recovery went down the sewer because of Republicans refusal to raise the debt ceiling, the GOPs chances in the midterm elections would have been severely damaged.
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I was unaware Republicans were in a death grip by stand up Americans....Juan, you make yourself look foolish with such blather.
Sorry Juan but you are 100% wrong.
The GOP needs to stop stalling, stop sending American jobs to foreign countries, and it badly needs to stand up for once.
I no longer expect to see any of those things from the GOP.
Which is why I now support the Tea Party.
Waiting on the national party, to choose.
Juan. Watch your own friggen party morons. We are trying to get rid of our GOPe morons.
juan... I knew that when fox hired you it was a mistake. You are a liar, cheater and thief... and a fricken racist pig!
Last I checked, the Tea Party is not on the run.
From here, it looks like the Tea Party is the last, best hope to end “business as usual” in Washington.
This is what has both Juans -—Williams and McLame in a lather.
What is Juan smoking?
Dude needs to cut back.
The GOPe wants to run against conservatives instead of Democrats
That’s what I was thinking. The GOPe are the ones on the defensive....as is their natural state.
From what I can see, the Marxist Party is on the run.
the Tea Partys death grip on the Republican Partys political future.
I can only say, “Juan, you ain’t seen nothing yet!”
Just wait till we get a death grip on the demorat party.
Can Juan be run outta town on a rail?
Yes, as any reasonable, sane person should understand, Juan Williams only wants what’s best for the Republican party. He sincerely hopes for them to do well in 2016 and 2018. That’s why he offers them his strategic advice pro bono.
People like this need to start disappearing through the holes in the ice...
I like the way that you think brother!
Kinda like Seattle trying to tell Denver on how to run their offense prior to the Super Bowl.........
Why the hell should anyone listen to a libtard trying to tell the GOP on how to win an election?????
Fairly recently I have seen Juan’s son Anthony/Tony on some talking head news show. Surprize, surprize, surprize - he was a Republican!
Juan Williams. One of the reasons I never watch Fox News or listen to Hannity.
They’re on the run? I thought that they’re running for Congress.
The civil war between the Tea Party and the GOP Establishment has been brutal. But could it be the reason congressional Republicans aren't putting the heat on President Obama for the IRS scandal?
Democratic pollster Pat Caddell thinks so, and radio host Rush Limbaugh said it's plausible. One historian even told Breitbart News the modern GOP resembles a "crime family."
"The establishment Republicans want the IRS to go after the Tea Parties," Caddell told Fox News on Sunday.
"When you have 71 percent who want an investigation, 64 percent who believe that it is a sign of corruption including nearly a majority of Democrats," Caddell said, "the reason is the establishment Republicans want the IRS to go after the Tea Parties. Got it?"