Skip to comments.After Boehner, not Cantor (Joseph Farah warns GOP against replacing 1 Obama enabler with another)
Posted on 03/04/2014 12:47:09 PM PST by cotton1706
It has taken far too long, but the natives in the House Republican caucus are getting restless.
A significant majority now recognize John Boehner does not represent their views not even close. More importantly, they recognize he is aiding and abetting the criminal enterprise known as the Obama administration.
The speaker of the House is, as I call him, the Enabler in Chief.
With a solid Republican majority in the House since the election of 2010, there is much the opposition party could have done and can do to thwart Barack Obamas attack on the Constitution, his undermining of the economy, his profligate spending, his scandalous use of the Internal Revenue Service to target political enemies, his cover-ups of deadly foreign blunders and, most of all, his unconstitutional birthing of Obamacare.
What has Boehner done on all those fronts? Nothing but enabled through a twisted form of political co-dependency. Hes a facilitator for Obama. Hes a collaborator.
What do I mean?
Ive said it before many times, beginning in January 2011 when he took office. The House Republicans swept into office by the tea party with expectations they would stand up to Obama. Instead, under Boehners direction, through his ham-handed insistence, through his thuggish, arm-twisting leadership, he gave Obama everything he needed including all the borrowed money he needs through next year!
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Who said replace Boehner with Cantor? I have been saying we need an entire complete new leadership. If it has to be a first termer, so be it. Better still, elect someone even if not in the Congress who can walk and chew gum at the same time plus give a coherent speech and set an agenda AND FOLLOW IT.
Funny, last speaker we had who did that was Gingrich.
I would LOVE to see the following Quislings lose their respective primary races. Mitch McConnell. John Wayne McCornyn. John Boehner. Eric Cantor.
Would THAT send a unmistakeable message to the RINOs and the GOP Establishment?? You’re damned right it would!
That said, I would LOVE to see Rep. Louie Gohmert become the next Speaker of the House.
Maybe they should replace him with a broken clock.
“Who said replace Boehner with Cantor?”
He’s next in line. In fact Boehner and company have made the whole slew of the leadership and committee chairs of like mind. The didn’t want to see what happened in the late 80’s, when Gingrich, on a fluke, was elected minority whip, and then with Michael’s retirement and the republicans taking the House, he became Speaker.
So they have intentionally prevented any conservative or Tea Partier from getting any position of leadership, to keep the enemy outside the gates, so to speak.
A redux works for me.
But...but...it’s Cantor’s turn.
It would be like replacing Jimmy Carter with Obama. Oh, wait...
I give up on the stupid party.elect whomever you want i wont send money and i wont vote for your guys!
You can’t speak such blasphemy. Do you not understand that there are still a number of freepers committed to electing RINOs “NO MATTER WHAT”?
They get awful upset when someone refuses to vote GOP just because a given candidate helps democrats at every opportunity.
They call you names, post pictures of Yosemitie Sam on a dragon (really) stom their widdle feets and accuse you of being an Obama supporter. Which is odd since the people they demand we reelect are doing nothing BUT supporting Obama.
Now you be a good little conservative plantation dewller and get to work keeping people like Bhoner in power.
NO MATTER WHAT.
He may be next in line if Boehner stepped down but in a real election in the house it should be up for grabs. I am not voting for a tea party guy just to have some flunky fall into the job of speaker virtually controlling what my rep stands for. It would take decades to root out the dead wood to wait till someone good “next in line” got the nod. This asshat we have was fortunate to be johnny on the spot when Obamacare thrust his party into the majority and he has done squat since. Sending legislation over the senate where he knows it will not pass is NOT following an agenda, it is advertising for votes, nothing more. That may be partly why the house is held in such low esteem: insultingly ineffective. Time for that jackass to realize he is next in line after the VP, he is not some bump on the log politically.
Can you imagine an election tied and going to the house in this drunk being elected president? I cannot fathom how bad that would be, just slightly better than the POS in the white hut now. No, we don’t need degrees of better, we need a 180 degree shift in thinking up there and getting rid of this placative group of leaders is the best place to start.
Cantor... An Obama enabler? On the scale of Boehner?
Oh, yes ma’am!
Heck, just start with the hairdo Whoah.
Id rather Boehner over a barking Gowdy. Boehner has no momentum to pass amnesty. Gowdy and Labrador do with their stern talking but soft hearts.
Steve King or Jim Jordan would be good candidates.
If King could get the wind, ethanol and farm lobby on board he could use some establishment groups to topple Boehner. Also have the Tea Party and Immigration restriction groups on the right side.
Cantor is a wind sucking, Elvis pompodour wearing jagoff
I think we need a barker now, but either Jordan or King would be good too. Just my humble opinion.
Probably almost anybody would be better and more forceful than Boehner, who is clearly out of his depth. He can’t handle the Dems and he can’t handle any “dissident” people in his own party.
I’m not sure a newbie has much of a chance - or would do well if he got it - but who knows?