Posts Tagged ‘RINO’

…and Congress is silent.

Congress has refused to enforce the law of the land. By allowing this usurpation of the law by a lawless president, they condone the action. Fire them all.

Amnesty for illegal aliens begins today and Congress couldn’t care less
By , Kristen Williams

This lazy August morning while many Americans are on vacation blissfully detached from current events, one of President’s Obama’s most radical transformations of the American landscape takes hold. A lawless, unlegislated illegal alien amnesty becomes reality today as the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) begins to officially accept applications (no personal interview required) from almost 2 million illegal aliens seeking “deferred action.”

Americans won’t like the amnesty and they won’t like how it was done, but they’re not to blame.  Only Congress has the power to act against a president who throws the constitutional system into chaos by nullifying the laws Congress has enacted and governs by imperial edicts. Congress is out of town now, but frankly, even when they were in town they were out of touch and unwilling to challenge President Obama’s usurpation of their exclusive plenary authority over immigration policy.

Today’s amnesty is the dénouement of the backdoor tactics this president has been peddling since taking office and should have been no surprise to Congress.

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I knew this shit head would do this.
Two faced, no balls, and another McCain up against Odouche nozzle.
Pisses me off.

America's Watchtower

  One of the concerns that many conservatives have had about Mitt Romney was that–for want of a better term–he lacks the balls to attack Barack Obama. We saw what happened in 2008 when John McCain refused to go after Barack Obama and we worried that Mitt Romney would be John McCain lite, and now it looks as if our concern has been justified.

  When Newt Gingrich was still in the primary race and he called on Mitt Romney to condemn attack ads which a Romney Super PAC was running against him Mitt Romney stated he couldn’t do so because federal election law prohibited him from coordinating or communicating with Super PACs.

  Fast forward to today: A Super PAC is planning on airing ads which will attack Barack Obama for his twenty year association with the America and Jew hating Reverend Jeremiah Wright, and Mitt Romney was quick to…

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This was a good victory for Conservatism. It’s time we stopped sucking up to Democrats. The ONLY time you hear about bipartisanship is when Republicans cave to the Democrats. It never works the other way.

So. to all you RINO fucks out there, let  this be another warning. You will get fired.

Fuck RINOs.

Fuck Democrats.

Tea Party defeat of Lugar a warning for others

by Susan Ferrechio Chief Congressional Correspondent

Republican Richard Mourdock’s victory in the Indiana Republican Senate primary Tuesday cut short the 35-year political career of a GOP lawmaker known for his willingness to work with Democrats on Capitol Hill and sent a clear message to other Republicans that compromise is now tantamount to treason.

Mourdock ended Sen. Richard Lugar’s quest for a seventh term with the help of the ultraconservative Tea Party, which sees no need to compromise with Democrats in an era of sluggish economic growth, skyrocketing federal debt and a Democratic president bent on expanding the reach of the federal government.

“Compromise, in the minds of Democrats, is wanting us to surrender, and that is essentially what Sen. Lugar does,” said Greg Fettig, co-founder of Hoosiers for a Conservative Senate, an umbrella Tea Party organization in Indiana that boasts a membership of more than 25,000. “Sen. Lugar epitomizes what is wrong with the GOP.”

via Tea Party defeat of Lugar a warning for others | Campaign 2012 | Washington Examiner.

Now this is excellent news! One RINO down a hole shitload more to go.

Six-term Senate veteran Lugar defeated in Indiana primary

By Tom Curry, msnbc.com National Affairs Writer

Updated at 9:50 p.m. ET: Republican foreign policy elder statesman Sen. Richard Lugar, 80, first elected to the Senate in 1976, was defeated in the Indiana primary Tuesday by state Treasurer Richard Mourdock, who was backed by conservatives ranging from the National Rifle Association to local Tea Party activists to the Washington-based fiscal conservative group the Club for Growth.

Mourdock scored a landslide victory, winning more than 60 percent of the vote with almost all precincts reporting.

via NBC Politics – Six-term Senate veteran Lugar defeated in Indiana primary.

I stopped over at Bob’s place and he has an excellent point about firing Boner’s (sic) ass. Other than being a crying pussy, he isn’t doing his job protecting or defending the Constitution. Most of those morons in Congress aren’t but the leader of the House sure as hell should. Pelosi being a prime example of a criminal politician that didn’t do her job and should have been fired as well, but that’s besides the point.

At any rate, go check out Bob’s work:

Fire Boehner

Written By: Bob

Let me be totally up-front about my complete ambivalence to Speaker of the House John Boehner’s career as a congressman, and his current tenure as Speaker of the House. I have no strong feelings about his overall  performance one way or the other.

Now that my position is perfectly clear on that, let me explain why he needs to be fired from his job, and replaced with a Speaker that values the Constitution and the rule of law more than he loves political power.

It has now been 15 months since Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry was murdered on Peck’s Canyon Arizona by a cartel rip crew led by an FBI criminal informant. Within 48 hours of his death, top officials in DOJ were aware of the fact that multiple weapons discarded by the rip crew had been traced back to Operation Fast and Furious, a joint effort of the BATFE, DEA, and FBI within the Justice Department, the Department of Homeland Security, elements of the IRS’s CID, and if conducted with even the thinnest veneer of legality, the State Department.

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Until Coulter came out for Romney, I thought she was a stalwart conservative. Boy was I wrong. And disappointed. As soon as she said she supported Mittens Romney, I knew there was something wrong. Then she goes out of her way to defend Romney’s liberalism by stating that because Massachusetts is liberal, he had to play the liberal to get elected. He didn’t stop there. His liberal steak leaks out of him at every turn. Peter Ferrara goes to town on her skinny ass and lets her have it with both barrels. Too late, but excellent none the less. I fear that Ann has jumped the RINO…

Coulter Care
By Peter Ferra

Schooling Ann Coulter on the individual mandate

Sorry, Ann. I have adored you as a commentator, as you know, and appreciate your kind words about me in the past. But in discussing the individual mandate in your piece last week, “Three Cheers for RomneyCare,” you honestly don’t know what you are talking about. In the process, you are transgressing on my own work and past policy achievements, and grossly undermining the policy and political case against Obamacare. Read on, and I will explain in full.

It was me, working for and with conservative health policy guru John Goodman, who first rang the alarm bell for conservatives over the individual mandate in the early 1990s. As I explained recently in this space, it was we who led the fight to kill the Heritage Foundation health bill at that time.

That bill had been introduced by Sen. Don Nickles (R-OK) because he thought it was the conservative alternative to HillaryCare. Leaving Heritage over the matter and working for Goodman’s National Center for Policy Analysis, I went through the bill line by line and wrote up all the conservative objections, which primarily stemmed from the individual mandate. I then got my critique signed by 37 major conservative leaders.

It was the only time you could find Phyllis Schlafly and Ed Crane signing on to the same document. Others who signed included Paul Weyrich, David Keene, and Grover Norquist. It was a Who’s Who of conservative leaders.

When I delivered the document to Nickles’ office, he had the good sense to pull the bill. Stuart Butler was furious with me, and it has ruined our previously close friendship to this day. I received awards for this work from the American Conservative Union and the Eagle Forum. That is because the Heritage health plan with its individual mandate was detested throughout the conservative movement, and there was broad approbation for my work in practically figuring out how to pull them back.

via The American Spectator : Coulter Care.

This video from CAGW says it all when it comes to the tax and spend culture we are currently living through. It will only get worse if we don’t stop the madness now.