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House Conservatives Plot to Oust Boehner, Put Scare Into Cantor - NationalJournal.com
http://www.nationaljournal.com/congress/house-conservatives-plot-to-oust-boehner-put-scare-into-cantor-20140410

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"The Tea Party has a right to feel cheated.

When does the Republican Party, put in the majority by the Tea Party, plan to honor its commitment to halt the growth of the Federal monolith and bring the budget back into balance"?

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If the conservatives continue to be as vindictive as they appear to be right now, this could lead to disaster.  Running the House is a team effort and that is undermined when teammates go after each other tooth and nail.

The only disaster will be, if the current established dem-lite status quo- continues, allowing this country to go down like the Titanic.

It is not a disaster when they have the votes and the three dem-lites- Boehner, Cantor, McCarthy lose  power and retire; for failing to do their jobs. The party will be stronger when these three go. And to those that don't like it, realize this brings REAL moderacy to the republican party with the majority desire of LIBERTY http://www.rlc.org/  restored, satisfying the conservative, independent and libertarian Causes. Calling this changeover anything but good for America would leave you spinning like a... democrat.
"The Tea Party has a right to feel cheated.

When does the Republican Party, put in the majority by the Tea Party, plan to honor its commitment to halt the growth of the Federal monolith and bring the budget back into balance"?

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The only disaster will be, if the current established dem-lite status quo- continues, allowing this country to go down like the Titanic.

It is not a disaster when they have the votes and the three dem-lites- Boehner, Cantor, McCarthy lose  power and retire; for failing to do their jobs. The party will be stronger when these three go. And to those that don't like it, realize this brings REAL moderacy to the republican party with the majority desire of LIBERTY http://www.rlc.org/  restored, satisfying the conservative, independent and libertarian Causes. Calling this changeover anything but good for America would leave you spinning like a... democrat.

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The only disaster will be, if the current established dem-lite status quo- continues, allowing this country to go down like the Titanic.

It is not a disaster when they have the votes and the three dem-lites- Boehner, Cantor, McCarthy lose  power and retire; for failing to do their jobs. The party will be stronger when these three go. And to those that don't like it, realize this brings REAL moderacy to the republican party with the majority desire of LIBERTY http://www.rlc.org/  restored, satisfying the conservative, independent and libertarian Causes. Calling this changeover anything but good for America would leave you spinning like a... democrat.

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It must all be true, if it is on "Ulsterman" ha ha ha.

Instead of getting led around by obscure media, why not try better execution of politics?

Start with vetting candidates. Do that, and maybe actually wind up with political power.
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The conservatives are all saying that it's either their way or the highway, that their candidates get nominated or they won't vote at all.  That means that if the democrats get control of Congress in November that the blame will lie on them, not the moderates.  I hope the irony is appreciated.

Frankly, 'those' conservatives are blowing smoke out of their a$$.

Boehner is history because with a Senate and House majority, we need FORCEFUL leaders in both chambers who are welcoming a fight with Obama and the Left for the final two years of his crime spree.

Boehner cries at Taco Bell openings.  Nothing worse than an orange-skinned man weeping.   
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The conservatives are all saying that it's either their way or the highway, that their candidates get nominated or they won't vote at all.  That means that if the democrats get control of Congress in November that the blame will lie on them, not the moderates.  I hope the irony is appreciated.

 I have never said I would not vote if the candidate of my choice isn't running.  I've never done that in the past, and I never will.  To me, voting is a sacred privilege, that people have died for me to be able to participate in.  I, and many other people, see this country being destroyed.  I'm sorry, but if you've been in office 30 years or more, you either like things just the way they are - or you are completely ineffective at fixing the problem, in which case it's time for you to go and give someone else a shot at it.  Of course, the life career politicians don't like it and are fighting it tooth and nail. 
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The conservatives are all saying that it's either their way or the highway, that their candidates get nominated or they won't vote at all.  That means that if the democrats get control of Congress in November that the blame will lie on them, not the moderates.  I hope the irony is appreciated.

Who said anyone would not vote at all?

Please stick with the subject of the thread. And that is, there is a reason that the the GOP approval ratings are worse than Obama's.
The article says that there are enough people to not make Boehner's speakership a shoe in. Logic also prevails, that a change of shift of  republican leadership will improve things all around. This spits in the faces of the democrats. The democrats will not gain super majority again anytime soon.

"The Tea Party has a right to feel cheated.

When does the Republican Party, put in the majority by the Tea Party, plan to honor its commitment to halt the growth of the Federal monolith and bring the budget back into balance"?

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It must all be true, if it is on "Ulsterman" ha ha ha.

Instead of getting led around by obscure media, why not try better execution of politics?

Start with vetting candidates. Do that, and maybe actually wind up with political power.

http://www.nationaljournal.com/congress/house-conservatives-plot-to-oust-boehner-put-scare-into-cantor-20140410

Candidates are being vetting quite well. What is wrong with people that have failed to do their job being fired via the voting process? Speaker Boehner and the establishment failed. It is time for them to get out of the way and retire.
"The Tea Party has a right to feel cheated.

When does the Republican Party, put in the majority by the Tea Party, plan to honor its commitment to halt the growth of the Federal monolith and bring the budget back into balance"?

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Boehner cries at Taco Bell openings.  Nothing worse than an orange-skinned man weeping.

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Conservatives, all of whom are Republicans, should focus like a laser FIRST on winning majority control of the Senate and keeping the House majority.

What to do about Boehner and the others can follow later. And quit feeding the media grist for their mills to keep the political right at each others' throats.

Apparently they too want to be popular with the very media they decry. IOW they are just political hacks, no better than the so called experienced establishment.

Circular firing squad, eat our own, are getting proved over and over.
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Several members here have said just that.  One even said he would vote for the democrat before he would vote for a moderate Republican.
Correct. They even say it with pride as thought it makes perfect sense to do so.
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I am one conservative that will not vote for a Christie or a Romney or a Bush. I will never vote for a democrat because all of them are crooks. The republicans are only about half crooks. You don't like it well I am sick of all the losers the leaders put out as candidates. I have always voted but will not anymore hold my nose and vote like many others I know who like me are fed up. Just because someone says they are a republican does not make them one that has been proven over and over again many just ignore the platform.

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November 6, 2012, a day in infamy...the death of a republic as we know it.


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