Brexit Comes to America: Ryan Challenger Mounts Immigration Billboard 

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I will celebrate when Ryan gets Cantored.

Brexit Comes to America: Ryan Challenger Mounts Immigration Billboard

Source: Brexit Comes to America: Ryan Challenger Mounts Immigration Billboard – Breitbart


Sen. Mitch McConnell Says Donald Trump Will Be The GOP Nominee

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I think Mitch may think by endorsing Donald Trump it will help him stay in power in the Senate.


Unlike Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell recognizes that the voters have spoken.

Mitch McConnell recognizes Donald Trump as the presumptive nominee and says he expects Trump to be “very competitive.”

This represents a HUGE difference between the Senate leader and Paul Ryan. The Washington Post devotes a whole article to the opposite responses: “How Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell took such different approaches to supporting Donald Trump.”

That Ryan-McConnell split also explains a broader divide among Republicans here in Washington. Much of the Republican political class is coming to terms with the inevitable — Trump will be their nominee — and figuring out how best to handle what they consider a bad situation.

But for the idealists — some say ideologues — who came of age worshiping the Ronald Reagan doctrine of free markets, strong national defense and an optimistic “shining city upon a hill” tone, they cannot countenance Trump taking over what they still consider a conservative party.

Ryan, 46, is very much in this wing of the party. He cited his late political mentor, Jack Kemp, a 1980s congressman whose optimistic economic vision became a bedrock conservative principle, in his declaration that “I’m not there yet” in supporting Trump.

Only in this context would the Washington Post speak so majestically of Reagan’s ideals. And what is the reality?

  • “free markets” – This is cover for managed trade deals written by lobbyist hired by corporations to benefit. Corporations don’t want free markets; they want special favors which they hide in market rhetoric and secret laws we aren’t permitted to see until after they’re passed.
  • “strong national defense” – But Reagan’s vision was for ending the Cold War. And the Soviet Union fell! The whole point was to end the military burden of the American people.
  • In fact, these two slogans are covering the same corrupt system because most of the alleged “national defense” is more corporate welfare. Justin Raimondo writes about this and gives an example:

    NATO is another example of how the system works to enrich the “donor class” at our expense. Whenever a new member is inducted into the alliance, they must “upgrade” their military hardware to “NATO standards” – and there is Lockheed-Martin, or some other weapons manufacturer, ready and willing to do the job. And American taxpayers foot the bill, because our protectorates pay Lockheed or whomever with the “foreign aid” we lavish on them with abandon. The internationalists tell us we’re holding back global chaos by exercising “global leadership,” but the vulgar reality is that the “security architecture” so beloved by our foreign policy “experts” is just a cash machine for powerful corporate interests.

    Donald Trump threatens the empire of corruption that the Reaganesque rhetoric whitewashed. Ryan still fights for this. Hopefully, McConnell’s recognition of a new nominee is sincere and his wisdom will prevail.

  • Also, McConnell is right that Trump will be competitive. Based on the records he is breaking, there is reason to hope for a Trump landslide.



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“Your Majesty, how do you run such an efficient government? Are there any tips you can give me?”

Obama frowned, and then asked, “But how do I know if the people around me are really intelligent?” The Queen took a sip of champagne.

“Oh, that’s easy; you just ask them to answer an intelligent riddle, watch” The Queen pushed a button on her intercom. “Please send Tony Blair in here, would you?”


Tony Blair walked into the room and said, “Yes, your Majesty?”

The Queen smiled and said, “Answer me this please Tony. Your mother and father have a child. It is not your brother and it is not your sister. Who is it?”

Without pausing for a moment, Tony Blair answered…”That would be me.”

“Yes! Very good.” said the Queen.

Obama went back home to ask Joe Biden the same question. “Joe, answer this for me.” “Your mother and your father have a child. It’s not your brother and it’s not your sister. Who is it?” “I’m not sure,” said Biden.

“Let me get back to you on that one.” He went to his advisers and asked everyone, but none could give him an answer. Frustrated, Biden went to work out in congressional gym and saw Paul Ryan there.

Biden went up to him and asked, “Hey Paul, see if you can answer this question.” “Your mother and father have a child and it’s not your brother or your sister. Who is it?”

Paul Ryan answered, “That’s easy, it’s me!”

Biden smiled, and said, “Good answer Paul!” Biden then, went back to speak with ‘president’ Obama. “Say, I did some research and I have the answer to that riddle.”

“It’s Paul Ryan!” Obama got up, stomped over to Biden, and angrily yelled into his face,

“NO, You idiot! It’s Tony Blair!”


In Youth we Learn; In Age we Understand
“Those who do not move, do not notice their chains”
“The Price of Freedom is Eternal Vigilance.” Thomas Jefferson

POLITICS Paul Ryan Makes BOMBSHELL Admission About GOP Convention… Get Ready For Fireworks

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This is from Conservative Tribune. 

I do not believe a single word out of Paul Ryan’s mouth.

He has sold out Conservatives on everything he has siad or done since being speaker.

In an interview on Hugh Hewitt’s radio show Thursday, House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wisconsin said that he wanted his name taken out of the running if there was a contested GOP convention this summer in Cleveland.

Rep. Ryan has been one of the names bandied about by the Republican establishment for the nomination if billionaire businessman Donald Trump fails to get enough delegates prior to July’s Republican National Convention, with one GOP operative saying Ryan was “the most conservative, least establishment member of the establishment.”

During the interview, Hewitt asked whether a contested convention should be “bound” by the rules of the 2012 convention, which would make anyone who didn’t participate in the primary process ineligible for the nomination.

“You know, I don’t know, that’s not my decision. That is going to be up to the delegates,” Ryan said. “I’m going to be an honest broker, and make sure that the convention follows the rules as the delegates make the rules.

“As you probably know, the Rules Committee meets the week before the convention,” he explained. “I believe it’s two delegates from each state and territory, about 112 people, who’ll set the rules, and I’m not going to make an opinion or a judgment one way or the other, because it’s their decision, the delegates’ decision, who are the grassroots of the party, by the way.

“It should not be our decision as leaders. It is the delegates’ decision. So I’m not going to comment on what these rules look like or not,” Ryan continued.

Then he dropped the bomb that the GOP establishment did not want to hear.

“But I do believe people put my name in this thing, and I say get my name out of that,” Ryan said. “This is, if you want to be president, you should go run for president. And that’s just the way I see it.”

You can listen to his comments here:

“So you’re not the fresh face that Karl Rove was talking about?” Hewitt said, referring to a comment by Karl Rove that a contested convention would likely yield a “fresh face.”

“No, I’m not the fresh face, I’m not that person,” Ryan said. “I’d like to think my face is somewhat fresh, but I’m not for this conversation. I think you need to run for president if you’re going to be president, and I’m not running for president. So period, end of story.

Paul Ryan taking his name out of the running is a massive blow for the Republican establishment, as he was likely the only candidate they could put forth at a contested convention who would have generated any excitement.

It also increased the likelihood that it would be a straight-up showdown between Sen. Ted Cruz and Donald Trump, two men the GOP elite are not fond of.

Get your popcorn ready, folks. There could be some massive fireworks happening inside the convention hall in Cleveland.

H/T Eagle Rising

LOU DOBBS: Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan Are ‘Despicable’…’They’re Absolutely…’


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Lou Dobbs just went off on Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan in the most epic way ever. Do you think people are starting to wake up to just how disgraceful Republicans have become?

Lou Dobbs: Who does Romney think he is? Romney is nothing more now, obviously than a tool of the ossified, far too entitled Republican establishment. A Washington cartel of K-Street and Wall Street lobbyists… The same cartel that has orchestrated two recent election losses. Most recently Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan, both of whom have attacked Trump with greater energy than they ever mustered for President Obama for example… Romney spent 18 minutes savaging Trump in his speech in Salt Lake City… Meanwhile, the other half of hell’s ticket, Paul Ryan, now as usual is spewing cliches and distortion.

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First on CNN: Team Romney explores blocking Trump at RNC

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This is from CNN Politics. 

Mittens where was this type of fight when you lost to Obama in 2012 and lost to McCain in 2008?

We the great unwashed as you RINO Elites think of us will not stand for you and Ryan waltzing in to steal the nomination.

Washington (CNN)Mitt Romney has instructed his closest advisers to explore the possibility of stopping Donald Trump at the Republican National Convention, a source close to Romney’s inner circle says.

The 2012 GOP nominee’s advisers are examining what a fight at the convention might look like and what rules might need revising.

“It sounds like the plan is to lock the convention,” said the source.

Romney is focused on suppressing Trump’s delegate count to prevent him from accumulating the 1,237 delegates he needs to secure the nomination.

But implicit in Romney’s request to his team to explore the possibility of a convention fight is his willingness to step in and carry the party’s banner into the fall general election as the Republican nominee. Another name these sources mentioned was House Speaker Paul Ryan, Romney’s running mate in 2012.

You don’t have to read too far between the lines of the speech Romney gave Thursday at the University of Utah to see the imprint of this plan. He urged voters to support the candidate most likely to prevent Trump from racking up delegates in their states — saying he’d back Florida Sen. Marco Rubio if he were voting in the Sunshine State, Gov. John Kasich if he were voting in Ohio, or Texas Sen. Ted Cruz in the states where he polls as Trump’s strongest foe.

“If the other candidates can find common ground, I believe we can nominate a person who can win the general election and who will represent the values and policies of conservatism,” Romney said.

According to the source, Romney does not expect Rubio, Cruz or Kasich to emerge as the single candidate that can accumulate 1,237 delegates and outright defeat Trump before the convention. So the only way to rob Trump of a victory would be to keep him from reaching that magic 1,237 number.

Most Republican states allocate their delegates proportionally, or in a hybrid format that gives delegates both to the statewide winner and at the congressional district level. This means rather than winnowing the competition down to a single Trump alternative, it could make more sense for all of the current candidates to stay in the race for a stop Trump movement, according to one source.

In addition, two senior Republican Party insiders told CNN that the convention scenario is now dominating a lot of conversation in GOP fundraising circles. To be sure, both of these sources are skeptical about Romney being able to execute this plan, but both believe that there is a real attempt underway to try to do this.

In the meantime, they said to look for Republicans like Romney to continue to cast doubt on Trump’s business record and to keep pushing for him to release his tax returns.

“His bankruptcies have crushed small businesses and the men and women who worked for them,” Romney said of Trump during his speech Thursday. “He inherited his business, he didn’t create it. And whatever happened to Trump Airlines? How about Trump University? And then there’s Trump Magazine and Trump Vodka and Trump Steaks, and Trump mortgage? A business genius he is not.”

Asked by CNN’s Wolf Blitzer about reports that Romney would try to block Trump at the convention, RNC Chairman Reince Priebus said he had not heard about that or had any conversations about that.

“Not really. This is the kind of conversation that’s so far way from where this process is at. There are 1700+ more delegates to go,” he said, adding later, “I just think it’s a waste of time playing those matrix games right now.”

If creating doubt about Trump’s success starts to pay dividends and the convention plan were to come to fruition, these Republican Party insiders believe it will likely drive Trump into a third party candidacy in the fall.

Trump has repeatedly threatened an independent run if he isn’t treated “fairly” by Republicans.

After Romney attacked Trump in a blistering speech Thursday morning, Trump hit back by mocking Romney’s 2012 loss at a campaign rally in Portland, Maine — pointing to Romney’s efforts to secure Trump’s endorsement.

“He was begging for my endorsement. I could have said, ‘Mitt, drop to your knees’ — he would have dropped to his knees,” he said.

He said of 2012: “That was a race, I have to say, folks, that should have been won. … I don’t know what happened to him. He disappeared. He disappeared. And I wasn’t happy about it, I’ll be honest, because I am not a fan of Barack Obama, because I backed Mitt Romney — I backed Mitt Romney. You can see how loyal he is.”

Trump said Romney thought about running again in 2016, but “chickened out.”

Here Is Where Paul Ryan Stands on 13 Key Policy Issues

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This is from The Daily Signal.

My question is will Paul Ryan be like Willie The Weeper (Boehner) and cave to Obama?


Rep. Paul Ryan came to Congress as a 28-year-old policy wonk who had already established his chops in Washington, D.C. Working as a speechwriter for former Rep. Jack Kemp and serving as a legislative director on Capitol Hill gave Ryan a perspective on the policy battles that play out in the nation’s capital.

Over the course of his 16 years in the House, he led the Budget Committee and currently serves as chairman of the Ways and Means Committee. He was also tapped to be Mitt Romney’s running mate in 2012. During his time in Congress, he’s accumulated a lifetime average of 63 percent on the Heritage Action scorecard and an 83 percent lifetime score from the Club for Growth.

Now, as he considers a run for House speaker—a job he’ll only do if all factions of the GOP stand behind him—The Daily Signal takes a look at some of the key issues that have shaped Ryan’s career.

1) Abortion: Ryan has supported pro-life legislation and efforts to defund Planned Parenthood. According to Politico, Ryan said, “I support the rights of the unborn child. Personally, I believe that life begins at conception, and it is for that reason that I feel we need to protect that life as we would protect other children.”

2) Budget: Ryan has spearheaded several budget proposals during his time at the House Budget Committee. Ryan’s 2014 proposal sought to “balance the budget within 10 years by cutting spending, reforming poverty programs, and importantly, reforming the health care entitlements,”according to The Heritage Foundation’s Romina Boccia. However, conservatives haven’t always approved. One of his plans, the 2013 Ryan-Murray spending deal, was criticized for including a backdoor tax increase in the form of “user fees.”

3) Education: Ryan voted for No Child Left Behind in 2001before supporting the A-PLUS Act to give more control over funding to local communities. “Many educators and parents have expressed frustration with the numerous federal requirements that have come with NCLB funding,” Ryan said in a 2012 statement. “The A-PLUS Act allows local school districts to implement their own, individual education plans.”

4) Energy: Ryan opposed President Barack Obama’s cap-and-trade initiative. In the 2012 Path to Prosperity proposal, Ryan wrote that the “heavy-handed regulations circumvent accountability to voters and leaves decisions in the hands of a bureaucratic infrastructure … [tying] the hands of small businesses and create a hostile and uncertain business environment.”

5) Financial Bailout: In 2008, Ryan voted for the $700 billion Troubled Asset Relief Program. He argued the vote was consistent with his free-market philosophy. “I’m going to vote for this bill in order to preserve my principles,” Ryan said in afloor speech, “in order to preserve this free-enterprise system.”

6) Gun Rights: Ryan has been a strong proponent of gun rights, voting numerous times against background checks and in favor of pro-gun legislation. A bow-hunter, Ryan is also member of the Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus.

7) Health Care: Ryan has opposed Obamacare since its passage and recently helped spearhead partial repeal by means of the budgetary tool known as reconciliation. “You can’t fix a fundamentally broken law; you’ve got to replace it,” he wrote in USA Today.

8) International: Ryan wanted to lift the Cuban embargo before supporting it. In 2002, he told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that “if we think engagement works well with China, well, it ought to work well with Cuba.” After “learning from friendships just how brutal the Castro regime is,” Ryan has changed his position, The New York Times reported.

9) Immigration: Ryan has supported immigration reform bills that included amnesty for millions of illegal immigrants in the past. Last summer, he outlined a vision that included a pathway to citizenship, bolstered border security, and a fast-track to legal status for the children of illegal immigrants. “People say, ‘amnesty!’ No, it’s taking a problem that’s intractable, that’s been around forever, and trying to fix it in a way that as best guarantees as you can that we’re not going to be in the same [situation] 10 years from now,” he told Hillsdale College students, according to National Review.

10) Labor Unions: Ryan remains unwavering in his support of federally mandated, prevailing wages. Opposed by national labor groups like the AFL-CIO, Ryan has enjoyed the support of local Wisconsin unions for his unwavering backing of the Davis-Bacon Act. “He’s supported us on every Davis-Bacon vote that’s been held,” Wisconsin State Council of Carpenters Executive Director Mark Reihl told Mother Jones.

11) Marriage: Ryan voted in 2006 in favor of the Marriage Protection Act, a constitutional amendment that defined marriage as being between a man and a woman. In 2007, though, he supported legislation that would ban workplace discrimination against gays and lesbians. Defending his vote, he told reporters, it wasn’t as if employees “[rolled] out of bed one morning and choose to be gay. That’s who they are.”

12) National Security: Ryan voted to go to war in bothAfghanistan and Iraq, later opposing an early military withdrawal. “I believe that the continued engagement in Afghanistan is necessary, and demands careful consideration for the safety of both our Armed Forces and citizens,” he said in a statement.

13) School Choice: Ryan has supported increasing school choice options for families. “Sending your child to a great school should not be a privilege of the well-to-do,” Ryan said in a 2012 speech. “I believe that choice should be available to every parent in our country, wherever they live. Education reform is urgent, and freedom is the key.” In 2011, Ryan voted to reauthorize the D.C. Opportunity Scholarship Program, legislation that increased school choice opportunities for families inside the District of Columbia.

The(Main) problem with the Republican Party

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This is from PolitiChicks.

I consider myself a Constitutional Conservative that votes for the Republican candidate.

In 2008 &2012 I voted for Sarah Palin then Paul Ryan.

No matter what name you use instead of Republican we need to band together and go on an RINO Hunt.

Make the RINO’s extinct by voting them out of office.

Also we need to get the RINO’s out of leadership positions in the

Republican party.


The Republican Party is a relative newcomer in the political scene. Created in 1854, its existence was brought about to combat the Kansas-Nebraska Act. The original platforms were gold standard, pro business, and railroads among others.  Abraham Lincoln was the first Republican president. He was the only president to actually sign an amendment to the Constitution. He signed the 13th amendment abolishing slavery.

How far has the Party come since Lincoln?  I would say that up to and including President Ronald Reagan the Party has remained fairly consistent with its original platforms.

So, what is the problem with today’s Republican leaders?  Why is the Party losing membership to those who label themselves Independents or just “Conservatives”? NBC seems to think that the Republicans face an empathy gap among voters.  As usual, they are accusing the Republicans of not being able to relate to the poor, and only helping the rich.  This is the standard equestrian residue that all Democrats like to throw at the GOP.

So far, the Democrat Party has  never won a single battle with the “War On Poverty”–unless you count the fact that we are all a great deal poorer than we were a few years ago (and while Democrat politicians remain exceedingly wealthy…).  Constant handout programs strip dignity from the recipients, breeding generations of loafers. The productive have a greater financial burden resulting in a lower standard of living for everyone.

Ronald Reagan said that the best social program for anyone was a job. I agree.

Lou Dobbs seems to think that the key to a GOP win in 2016 is to “embrace all Americans around the traditional values (of the Party).”  I personally believe that a return to the original principals of the Party could be a great first step.  In fact, standing firm on any principal or belief would be a wonderful idea.  Right or wrong, please hold something sacred and be willing to be unpopular to defend your position. Elected officials are sent to represent the values and wants of their constituency. They are not sent to try and please all of the people all of the time but this has been the common trend among Republican leaders.

For example, Republican House Leader John Boehner will appear to be against something. He plays a big game, huffing and puffing for the television cameras, vowing consequences for actions.   But then later, behind closed doors, he gets together with the opposition and quietly folds like a cheap suit, as we have seen on his unwillingness to confront the IRS scandal, Benghazi, or any other scandal that has come about lately.

Where is the leadership of the position?

The best thing the Party could do to retain its members would be to mean what they say and say what they mean.  Compromise is a necessity in politics, but backbone can go a long way as well. So far, it is a scarce commodity.  Most politicos are more interested in their own popularity among their peers than among their own constituency.

They were not elected to make friends and grow rich on closed-door deal; they were sent as a representative of the people.

Ted Cruz is one elected Republican official who does not mind offending to represent his district.  He is an affable young man, but he covers every inch of ground that he stands upon. (Click HERE for a few quotes.)  I believe he summed it nicely with when he said“Washington is not listening to the people.”  Sen. Cruz has expounded on this subject at various times and has hit the nail on the head:  No one is listening.  They feel that they know what is best and we are just a convenience for them to be elected—and they also believe that We the People are simply a means to their networking abilities, leading to great wealth and privilege for themselves. As far as our concerns and needs, their attitude is “well, aren’t they cute, they want us to perform according to the promises made to get here, silly boys and girls. We know what is best.”

We have a chance in both 2014 and 2016 to make the elected elite understand that the people have had enough.   Until they do, voters will do well to continue to eschew both the Republican and Democratic parties. We need to demand that all our candidates reflect and stand by our values.

When asked, I admit to being an “Independent Conservative” and you are welcome to work for my vote!

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Cruz Delivers Another Blow to GOP Leadership

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This is from Jan Morgan Media.

I say Bravo to Senator Cruz for hiring Paul Teller.

Conservatives need to start taking the fight to the

Establishment Republicans.


One month after the firing of longtime House Republican staffer Paul Teller ignited tea party anger, Mr. Teller hopped across the Capitol, landing in the office of tea party favorite Sen. Ted Cruz.

The Texas Republican announced Monday he had hired Mr. Teller as his deputy chief of staff, starting Thursday.

“Paul’s many years of experience working in Congress and his tireless work to advance conservative principles make him a tremendous addition to our team,” Mr. Cruz said in a statement, noting that he looked forward to working with Mr. Teller to “promote a positive policy agenda that will restore economic growth, rein in government overreach, and protect Americans’ personal liberties.”

Mr. Teller was the executive director of the Republican Study Committee, a group of the most conservative House Republicans, until he was fired in December for divulging the contents of private conversations between lawmakers to outside parties, according to a House GOP aide. The tipping point came when Mr. Teller worked to undermine the bipartisan budget deal brokered by House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan (R., Wis.), a member of the RSC, before it was unveiled, a senior House GOP aide said.

Mr. Teller declined at the time to comment on his departure.

“It is an honor and privilege to work for Sen. Cruz,” Mr. Teller said in a statement Monday. “His leadership is truly motivating, and I can’t wait to get started on our collaboration for liberty.”

Last year, Mr. Cruz helped spearhead the push to refuse to keep the government running unless funding for the health-care law was gutted, endearing him to some conservatives and right-leaning groups. The campaign caused heartburn among House GOP leaders when their rank-and-file, urged on by a band of conservatives, rejected numerous proposals to reopen the government after it partially shuttered, damaging the GOP party in polls and helping boost Democratic fundraising.

Outside groups heralded Mr. Cruz’s hiring of Mr. Teller as fresh evidence of his loyalty to conservative activists, rather than fealty to party leaders.

“Cruz’s decision signals his desire to strengthen ties with the conservative grassroots given Mr. Teller’s years of experience and strong relationship to conservative movement leaders,” contributing editor Todd Thurman wrote in a blog post for the Heritage Foundation, a conservative Washington think tank.

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Donkeys in Elephant Suits

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This is from Politi Chicks.

Rodney Lee Conover’s expresses the frustrations of

all Patriots with RINO‘s in Congress.

The RINO hunt should take place November of 2014.

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After unveiling the two-year budget deal which retains a fully-funded ObamaCare, increases spending, raises taxes and continues down the same unsustainable fiscal trajectory, House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan had this to say in his defense: “To get true budget reform, Republicans are going to have to win some more elections..”

Ahem. I beg to differ, Mr. Chairman: To get true anything – a bunch of you Republicans must be removed from office and replaced with actual conservatives willing to do what Americans sent you to Washington to do: Stop the insanity.

.. By the way, 2010 called – they want their campaign promises back.

Before I continue, I must say to Paul Ryan how dare you state that in this budget deal there aren’t any taxes – there are only “fees.” What kind of frickin’ idiots do you think put you in office? Take your paws off my wallet, stick your double-speak and get off my television – it’s reserved for vapid Democrats who lie through their teeth about stealing my money and breastfeeding that ever-growing government hog.

The job of the average Congressman used to be to go to Washington, spend a long time building alliances, trading favors, exchanging votes and extracting as much taxpayer largesse as legally possible and bring it back to their respective districts. That is no longer the case. The job now is to go there and stop it. Your charge, Paul Ryan, was to gather like-minded, true conservatives and turn off the giant pig-feeding spigot.

In 2010, after seeing what Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid and then Barack Obama cooked up together, it was the Tea Party who dropped everything and gave you the power of the purse. We breathed a sigh of relief, knowing you would defund ObamaCare, stop the disastrous path the leftists had put us on and restore our belief in the Republican Party after the profligate spending by those drunken sailors under George W. Bush.

In a nutshell – we trusted you! I know you’re exempt from ObamaCare but did you not notice the rest of the country is a wee bit upset that it’s still being implemented? Aren’t you the numbers guy, Chairman Ryan? Certainly, you know in the past few years the income of non-government employees has decreased 6% while the income of government employees has risen 21%, correct?

You want ObamaCare to keep failing so you can run against it – I get it. You guys are in awe of the money Obama and the libs have spent and you want to be in power and get your trillions to your peeps, but there’s a problem: When ObamaCare implodes – and it will, by design – in its place will be a bailed-out, single-payer, massive government entitlement and we are going to blame the Republicans we put in there to stop it, sir. That’s you, friend.

I’m thrilled you have a rock-solid issue like ObamaCare to run against, but what about us? What about millions of people who are having their lives turned upside-down by this onerous government takeover of our healthcare system? Is it worth putting the American people through this just so Republicans can maybe take back the Senate and have a long-shot at winning the White House in 2016? Who knows better than you, Mr. Chairman that losing to Barack Obama in 2012 was the single biggest whiff at a T-ball in the nation’s history? 8% unemployment, gas prices doubled, debt doubled, lies and scandals, incompetence and every level and you can’t win?

I’m supposed to suffer through ObamaCare, and then get stuck in a single-payer piece of crap system with death panels and no doctors, just so your Party can have another shot in 2016? No thanks, kiddo – I’m vapor. I don’t trust you further than I could throw you, and I could probably throw you five or six feet. Not sure what that means, but you get my drift – I want real conservatives in office who care about me – not the Party.

ObamaCare is here. Thanks Republicans. Now, let’s talk about that amnesty! You bet it’s next on the hit list for 2014, complete with those requirements for undocumented Democrat voters to “get in back of the line, pay a fine, pay back taxes, learn English, blab la blbabla blab labl b lal blabla bla b…” We can’t even teach American kids to speak English.. You think after an illegal is legalized they’ll be deported for not learning English? We don’t deport illegals who commit felonies! Where have you been? Oh yeah, Washington… slipped my mind.

Nobody saw 2010 coming and it’s pretty obvious you don’t see 2014 either.

Real conservatives will get elected everywhere, every time, to stop this Obama Marxist slide our country is in and if they turn like so many Republicans have – into Democrat enablers – there’s a line out the door ready to primary your asses right back to wherever, USA. I heard Mark Levin tell Paul Ryan he thought the budget deal was “Mickey Mouse” but on further review, it’s more like Goofy.

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