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John Boehner: “I’ve Learned My Lesson”!! REALLY???

Well, John Boehner took time out from his latest sob-fest to come john-a-boehnerout with promises that he is going to “do things differently now”, he “has learned his lesson”. We are hearing to same old tired rhetoric we heard before the 2010 mid-term elections. Didn’t he come into the Speaker’s chair promising to “drain the swamp”, to use Nancy Pelosi’s famous lie? Didn’t Boehner say that Republicans have “learned our lessons” and would “do things differently if given a chance”, uh, as in 3 years ago? So, in 2009/2010 they had learned their lessons and now in 2013 they have learned their lessons? Which lessons have they learned this time or is this just more of the same tired old B S coming from the royalty in Washington D.C.? To quote the late great Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf, this is just more “Bovine Scatology”.

Boehner is as predictable as Obama because they are two of a kind. The only real difference in them is one is a dictator and the other is his lackey, and it isn’t difficult to figure out which is which.Il Duce Obama We the People are hearing the same post-election crap we heard two years ago and it is just as hollow now as it was then. Rush Limbaugh was talking about the economy and where the wealth of the nation resides a few days ago. He commented that Washington D.C. is now one of, if not THE, richest area codes in the nation. Isn’t that interesting? They don’t have a housing crisis, they don’t have an unemployment crisis, and they don’t seem to be feeling any ill-effects of the economy what-so-ever.

We have Obama, Reid, McConnell, Pelosi, and Boehner making all of the real decisions in our government and they are owned by the same Nancy Pelosipeople. They make deals behind closed doors and tell the rank and file members how they will vote. Of course, there are exceptions made for those who need cover on an issue so they can get re-elected in 2 years. Remember the “Blue-Dog Democrats” who voted for Heath Schuler for Speaker in 2008 and voted against Obamacare in 2009? Remember the famous meeting at the White House where Rep. Bart Stupak got a “signed promise” from Obama that abortion on demand would not be a part of Obamacare in trade for his vote? Remember all the pomp and circumstance of Stupak waving that worthless piece of paper around to justify his traitorous act? Remember how Stupak claimed victory and then retired to live on $174,000 per year, plus expenses, for life? Have you seen Obamacare? Abortion managed to get covered despite the lofty promise Stupak sold his soul for.

“Just words” bites us once again. These tyrannical liars have no intention of ever allowing WE the People to have the liberty won and preserved for us by generations of patriots. The Republican Party is trying to leap-frog the Democrats when it comes to playing “Santa Claus” and in the process has abandoned everything the party used to stand for, including the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence.

These people and their henchmen are merely fighting over the spoils of tyranny. Who will get the biggest piece of the pie of dictatorship? Obama is Hugo Chavez/Adolf Hitler but who will John Boehner be? Is he looking for the part of Himmler? NO, that has to go to Dingy Harry Reid!! What role is Mitch McConnell interested inmitch-mcconnell having? He certainly doesn’t have any interest in playing the part of Dietrich Bonheoffer. I guess Boehner and McConnell can share the role of von Hindenburg, the man who caved to Hitler’s demands and handed him the position of Chancellor in spite of knowing what that meant for his “constituents”.

Every president since Reagan has grown government, including both George Bushes. It doesn’t seem to matter how the parties divide the legislative pie, their pie always grows and the pie for the peasants dwindles. Republican president, Republican Congress; Republican president, Democrat Congress; Democrat president, Republican Congress; Democrat president, Democrat Congress; one party in control of any two of the three; where are the true differences? What has either party done when in complete control to benefit the prosperity and liberty of American citizens?

In the 2012 elections the Republican Party actually opposed Richard Murdoch and Todd Akin, preferring to support liberal Democrats over Rep. Todd Akin R-MoTEA Party conservatives. Oddly enough the Democrat senate nominee facing Republican Bob Corker in Tennessee faced the very same action from his party because he denounced abortion on demand and “gay rights”.

This paragraph is important to understand so read carefully, please. We had three candidates here in 2012 races, all espousing conservative values, limited government, and personal responsibility. They didn’t all belong to the same political party yet they were treated exactly the same by their own party when espousing the very same values. Anyone want to explain the differences between the Democrat and Republican parties?

And to add icing to the cake, The Traitor John Boehner, in his speech at the freshman orientation, told the new members of the House of Representatives that they are there to resolve “the issues of the day” not to represent their constituents (http://www.businessinsider.com/boehner-reelected-speaker-speech-house-text-2013-1?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+businessinsider+%28Business+Insider%29). If you will read the text, notice the next to last paragraph and compare it to the audio. Pay particular attention to what Boehner says beginning at the 5:15 mark of the audio. The press release of the article added the word “just” to what Boehner actually said. That one word changes the entire statement and tone of his remarks. This is merely cover for his tyrannical speech in which he told new members that if they are there to represent their constituents the door is in the back of the room. Is this what we expect our “representatives” in government to believe?

Is it any wonder our nation is in the condition we find it today? Is this representation or is this organized crime/totalitarianism republican logoposing as representation? King George III wasn’t any worse than the bunch we have running government today. If find it deeply troubling, and actually scary, that this is what our future holds for us. There is no representation in Washington to speakDemomcrat Logo of. The United States of America is no longer a Republic. The nation so many have died to establish and preserve has become nothing more than a Third World dictatorial oligarchy. We the People do not matter. If we stand on the documents established by our founders we are labeled “enemies of the state” by both political parties. The Declaration of Independence and Constitution are considered “old and out of date documents”, as is the Holy Bible.

There are some in Congress who actually care about the Constitution and us “commoners” but they are few and far between. And remember what happened to Huelskamp and Amash for having the temerity to represent their constituents instead of the party line. The political bosses and their lobbyist K Street handlers have such a hold on everything that We the People are merely cannon fodder in the true battle going on in Washington, the battle for who gets the biggest piece of the pie of tyranny. What really matters to most in government is grabbing a bigger piece of the power pie with no regard at all for those of us who pay the bills. Our national symbol should be a different bird than the bald eagle. It should be the Buzzard of Tyranny, one bird with two wings; Republican and Democrat.

Bob Russell
Claremore, Oklahoma
January 18, 2013

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  1. Jan Brown says:

    I share the opinion most have of Boehner. BUT..it was MY District Representative that helped him be the Speaker….I’ve turned on the burner under Mike Conway to correct ‘mistake’. I can’t unseat Boehner, but he can & has indicated he’d like to serve another term…so gave him my ‘terms’…Figure it’ll take more than one reminder….If Boehner can’t deliver leadership then we need someone that can. Republicans in general, need to take a page from the Democrats & find the microphones & cameras with what ‘they’ offer. People vote for what they think they know & hear And can’t know what what the choices are unless someone tell them. It’s the squeaky wheel that gets greased…Tell your reps to squeak louder!

  2. L.E. Liesner says:

    Boehner hasn’t learned that “We the People” do not trust him anymore. It doesn’t take guts or backbone to sell out the way he did. What really bothers me is that the fools in the House gave him the Speakers job again.

  3. tim says:

    I will save and print this article. It’s exactly right. John Baner is a trojen horse to american people, Obama’s right hand man, as i have always known. He will support gun control all the way, just wait and see.

  4. bronx says:

    Excellent read my friends, excellent!