Skip to comments.John Boehner and Eric Cantor are Committing Political Suicide; Details Here:
Posted on 03/30/2014 8:03:04 AM PDT by cotton1706
Republican Speaker of the House John Boehner is offering his support to a PAC whose mission is to destroy the Tea Party and other conservatives within the Republican Party. Joining him in this effort are Eric Cantor and 26 other members of the GOP. These Republican leaders will attend a swanky $5,000 per person event at the Ritz Carlton at Amelia Island in Florida.
The PAC in question is the Republican Main Street Partnership PAC founded by RINO Leader Steve LaTourette from Boehners state of Ohio. The PAC claims that it seeks party unity and has the following as its mission statement. This PAC also has as an affiliated PAC the Defending Main Street PAC.
To make Washington work again, we need more not fewer elected officials who are willing to put partisan politics aside to work for the greater good. Thats where the Republican Main Street PAC comes in we support Republican candidates who are committed to governing and to making Washington work again.
However, for this group, party unity means nothing when it comes to staunch conservatives or others directly affiliated with the Tea Party movement within the Republican Party. In that case, the Main Street PAC sides with the left in seeking to attack and destroy such individuals.
Notice within their description of what we do they very specifically state that they are working for the greater good. Those words and that ideology, the greater good, are not only code words for Progressivism; they are as well for Communism.
In addition, one of the main donors for this supposed right of center PAC are Democrat-controlled labor unions. So, in cozying up with their buddies at Main Street PAC, Boehner, Cantor, and the other 26 Republicans are aligning themselves with labor unions and communist sympathizers.
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We can hope.
I would be fine with that, if no one else (i.e. the country) has to suffer...
democrats in all but name
I, like many millions of other patriotic Americans, am through with voting for the least despicable candidate.
If the republican party cannot field anything but “democrat lite” candidates they will continue to wither and will eventually die.
Business interests understand that politicians of both parties are for sale. The Clintons moved this longstanding characteristic of American politicians from the acceptance of petty favors into full scale political corruption. They let it be known that they could be bought, but the price would be very steep. Lots of people made lots of money from the ensuing deals.
What started with the Clintons has spread like wildfire among the political class. It’s a behavior not limited to Democrats though they are still the biggest participants. These guys are simply letting everyone know that they are willing to sell out their constituents for the right price. They believe that with sufficient money, they can be reelected without having to do what their constituents want and they want to jump on the gravy train.
GOPe membership consists of the following U.S. Senators and U.S. Congressmen:
Sen. Susan Collins, Maine
Sen. Mark Kirk, Illinois
Sen. John McCain, Arizona
U.S. House of Representatives
Rep. Susan Brooks, Indiana
Rep. Larry Buchson, Indiana
Rep. Ken Calvert, California
Rep. Dave Camp, Michigan
Rep. Shelley Moore Capito, West Virginia
Rep. Chris Collins, New York
Rep. Paul Cook, California
Rep. Rodney Davis, Illinois
Rep. Jeff Denham, California
Rep. Charlie Dent, Pennsylvania
Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart, Florida
Rep. Sean Duffy, Wisconsin
Rep. Mike Fitzpatrick, Pennsylvania
Rep. Jeff Fortenberry, Nebraska
Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen, New Jersey
Rep. Jim Gerlach, Pennsylvania
Rep. Chris Gibson, New York
Rep. Michael Grimm, New York
Rep. Richard Hanna, New York
Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, Washington
Rep. Lynn Jenkins, Kansas
Rep. Bill Johnson, Ohio
Rep. David Joyce, Ohio
Rep. Mike Kelly, Pennsylvania
Rep. Peter King, New York
Rep. Adam Kinzinger, Illinois
Rep. Leonard Lance, New Jersey
Rep. Tom Latham, Iowa
Rep. Frank LoBiondo, New Jersey
Rep. Patrick Meehan, Pennsylvania
Rep. David McKinley, West Virginia
Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, Washington
Rep. Tim Murphy, Pennsylvania
Rep. Erik Paulsen, Minnesota
Rep. Thomas Petri, Wisconsin
Rep. Tom Reed, New York
Rep. David Reichert, Washington
Rep. Jim Renacci, Ohio
Rep. Scott Rigell, Virginia
Rep. Jon Runyan, New Jersey
Rep. Aaron Schock, Illinois
Rep. Mike Simpson, Idaho
Rep. Steve Stivers, Ohio
Rep. Lee Terry, Nebraska
Rep. Patrick Tiberi, Ohio
Rep. Michael Turner, Ohio
Rep. Fred Upton, Michigan
Rep. David Valadao, California
Rep. Greg Walden, Oregon
Rep. Ed Whitfield, Kentucky
Rep. Frank Wolf, Virginia
Rep. Todd Young, Indiana
Only if the Tea Party rises up. So far, I’m not seeing it where it counts ... elections.
These despicable creatures known as RINOs have gone too far and have revealed what they truly are. They are making war on conservatives with their progressive allies. And these RINOs are doing it from within the Republican Party.
It is no longer enough to simply primary them. And should they win their primary (through their election year posing as conservatives) it is no longer enough to think about not voting for them or to actually follow through and refrain from casting a vote in their race (or to vote for a Losertarian on the ballot instead). It’s now to the point that we must remove them from office (and therefore from their malignant influence within the Republican Party) BY ALL MEANS NECESSARY. And if that means voting for their DemocRAT opponent, then so be it. We must destroy the malignant cells known as incumbent RINOs that are destroying the Republican Party.
Do GOP “moderates” have any reliable base?
I find both of them to be repulsive.
“didn’t he back out?: was on FR yesterday.
not defending the POS!..for clarity.”
I saw stories saying he wasn’t going, then stories that he was. This was a story from today so I assume that’s accurate. Whichever, as long as they felt the heat for participating (or even considering participating) in this insidiousness!
Calling themselves Whigs would be more concise.
“Do GOP moderates have any reliable base?”
They have a reliable base to get them nominations, but those people (democrats) vote for the democrat in November. This has been the game for years, to shut conservatives out of public office, and feeds the meme “conservatives can’t get elected, or are unelectable” and thus, types like McCain and Romney and their ilk are always called “electable.”
Boehner and Cantor are members of the REPUBLICAN CAUCUS.... on the national level...they run who gets elected (Not the RNC). In your state, you will find there is also a GOP Caucus for State Reps/Senators....they run who gets elected...NOT the local GOP party....why? Because they get LOTS and LOTS of $$$ from business and Other interests. In our County, if we could get 20% of registered GOP to give $4/month...we would be able to overpower the Caucus....
Everyone needs to start understanding the difference between Party and Caucus.
How fast the lessons of 2010 are forgotten.
From your list, Peter King, another tower of jelly. It amazes me that these slime molds can even stand erect.
Good, I hope they suffer.