By John W. Lillpop
Speaker of the US House John Boehner has been quick to “pile on” the Tea Party and conservatives in wake of the November 6 loss of America to Marxists, near Marxists, and the leftist mainstream media.
For the record, where was the waterfall of tears for which the Speaker is so famous after the nightmare victory of revenge and envy over love of nation last Tuesday?
Perhaps John Boehner is a closet RINO who secretly cheered on Obama and the 60 million goons who voted to destroy the greatest society in human history?
Boehner may be the reason ABC’s Diane Sawyer looked so loopy Tuesday last after being told by Boehner that there is ‘no tea Party Caucus in the House,’ ‘comprehensive immigration reform(amnesty) is a good idea,” and other equally stupid surrenders to the Dark Side.
John Boehner and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie have apparently been brain washed by agents of the left, and are now officially deputized members of the Obama Army in the War on America.
Boehner has taken his message of treason and surrender to the general population of loyal Republicans in the US House with the warning: Fall in line or else!
As reported at the reference, Boehner’s orders were delivered in a telephone conference call:
On a conference call with House Republicans a day after the party’s electoral battering last week, Speaker John A. Boehner dished out some bitter medicine, and for the first time in the 112th Congress, most members took their dose.
Their party lost, badly, Mr. Boehner said, and while Republicans would still control the House and would continue to staunchly oppose tax rate increases as Congress grapples with the impending fiscal battle, they had to avoid the nasty showdowns that marked so much of the last two years.
Members on the call, subdued and dark, murmured words of support — even a few who had been a thorn in the speaker’s side for much of this Congress.
The divide between Mr. Obama and Mr. Boehner appears wide. In their Saturday addresses, the president demanded immediate House passage of a bill approved by the Senate that would extend the expiring Bush-era tax cuts for households earning under $250,000, while the speaker said raising tax rates on anyone would be unacceptable.
But beneath the posturing, both men were keeping open avenues of negotiation. Mr. Obama was careful to call for more revenue, not higher tax rates, a demand that could be fulfilled by ending or limiting tax deductions and credits, a path Mr. Boehner has accepted.
The question over what to do about the expiring tax cuts would be swept aside if the parties could reach an agreement before then to overhaul the tax code completely — and render obsolete the current structure of six income tax rates, all of which would rise on Jan. 1.
Even so, some Republicans have issued a stern warning to Mr. Boehner that he cannot expect their votes if he makes a deal with Democrats before seeking their consent.
“What we’ve seen in the past is the speaker goes, negotiates with the president, and just before we vote, he tells us what the deal is and attempts to persuade us to vote for it,” said Representative John Fleming, Republican of Louisiana. “We’re just not very happy with deals being baked, then we’re asked to stay with the team and support the speaker.”
Given those conflicting demands, Mr. Boehner must decide whether he wants to seal his role as an essential player in a grand plan to restructure the nation’s fiscal condition, or continue the status quo of the very gridlock voters appear to detest.
“I don’t want to box myself in, and I don’t want to box anyone else in,” Mr. Boehner told reporters on Friday.”
So, with his options dwindling, the Speaker decides to box in the unwashed masses, those poor dolts who believe in the Constitution, fiscal sanity, and borders, language, and culture?
That’s our reward for supporting this weeping willow over the past two years?
A word to the wise should suffice: Go straight to the living hell, John Boehner! And take your commie pal BHO with ya’!