Skip to comments.Tuesday, May 6: Boehner Rebuke Hoped By Tea Party
Posted on 05/05/2014 3:49:52 PM PDT by BlatherNaut
This Tuesday, May 6 is the Republican primary election in Ohio, North Carolina, Indiana and Tennessee. Tea party and conservative groups are hoping to hand GOP leaders like John Boehner a rebuke. Their goal is to scare the establishment to straighten up and fly right (less liberal).
Amnesty for illegal aliens could arrive soon after these primaries. Speaker of the House Boehner and House Majority Leader Eric Cantor have been promising major donors for months that they will pass amnesty once they are safe from challengers in the primaries. Amnesty has already passed the U.S. Senate. Boehner and Cantor paused it in the U.S. House. But privately they assure lobbyists that they will grant amnesty to 11 to 20 million future Democrat voters soon.
In 2010, conservative talk radio highlighted tea party candidates in real time, while the polls were open. This year, talk radios biggest voices seem to be sitting on their hands. The trend nationwide favors a time-out from pruning bad branches from the Party.
Most campaigns now have sophisticated websites that allow any conservative nationwide to make phone calls for the candidate from anywhere. The campaigns are calling for donations and phone calls from any State.
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Pray for these candidates, and pray for America.
Is there a primary in TN this soon?
“Boehner and ... Cantor (McCain, other Democrats, et al.) have been promising major donors (US Chamber of Commerce, service unions, La Raza, et al.)”
The definition of a national pol is the same as a Chicago alderman: “An `honest politician’ is a bum who can be bought and once bought, stays bought.”
“Is there a primary in TN this soon?”
Only local elections. The Joe Carr/Lamar Alexander face-off will be in August.
PLEASE, Ohio Deistrict 8, relieve us of the scourge of John Boehner. We have been punished enough by your sadistic impulse to have this incompetent wimp represent you in Washington. He gets his cushy retirement and we get someone much better in the House .a true win/win.