The Republicans have no testicular fortitude

The Republican wave in November was not caused by establishment republicans. It was caused by Tea Party constitutional conservatives. This was ignored by John Boehner with the passing of the cromnibus bill. The election has now been ignored further by the representatives, elected to power by Tea Party types in their districts, who within minutes of being sworn in, immediately abandoned their election promises, and sided with the crony establishment.

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/01/06/boehner-wins-re-election-with-less-than-majority-of-house/

Over 60% of republicans want a new house speaker, and yet only around 10% of republicans in the house did anything to change that today.

Here are the men who do actually have a pair of testicles. If they one of them is your representative, I suggest you call them and thank them for taking a stand against evil. Evil being doing nothing in the face of growing tyranny, and a disrespect for the nation’s financial interests, which is paramount to our stability.

  1. Rep. Justin Amash, Mich.
  2. Rep. Rod Blum, Iowa
  3. Rep. Dave Brat, Va.
  4. Rep. Jim Bridenstine, Okla.
  5. Rep. Curt Clawson, Fla.
  6. Rep. Scott DesJarlais, Tenn.
  7. Rep. Jeff Duncan, S.C.
  8. Rep. Scott Garrett, N.J.
  9. Rep. Chris Gibson, N.Y.
  10. Rep. Louie Gohmert, Texas
  11. Rep. Paul Gosar, Ariz.
  12. Rep. Tim Huelskamp, Kan.
  13. Rep. Walter Jones, N.C.
  14. Rep. Steve King, Iowa
  15. Rep. Thomas Massie, Ky.
  16. Rep. Mark Meadows, N.C.
  17. Rep. Rich Nugent, Fla.
  18. Rep. Gary Palmer, Ala.
  19. Rep. Bill Posey, Fla.
  20. Rep. Scott Rigell, Va.
  21. Rep. Marlin Stutzman, Ind.
  22. Rep. Randy Weber, Texas
  23. Rep. Daniel Webster, Fla.
  24. Rep. Ted Yoho, Fla.

One of the biggest disappointments for me today was Trey Gowdy. A man who many were calling to replace John Boehner. Had he bothered to return to DC earlier, and had he had the courage to stand up to Boehner, he could well be speaker of the house right now, and not back room deals Boehner.

We did not elect a huge majority in the house and the senate so that everyone could play along to get along. We do not want you all to play nice. We do not want the further erosion of our constitutional freedoms so that you can play the game. The system is broken, but the majority of republicans want to continue to play in it, instead of digging down deep and finding a pair in order to fix it.

The display today was shameful, and will go down in history as a pivotal point that led to the collapse of the current GOP. We the people, are sick and tired of their constant shenanigans.

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There is a reason why the republicans have lost four of the last six election cycles for the presidency. The candidates were not conservative enough. Bush the first was ousted for turning his back on his campaign promises. Bush the second got through by the skin of his teeth, and only because he played lip service to conservatism. McCain and Romney were utter failures, owing to their progressive tendencies. They couldn’t even beat an outright socialist. And now Jeb Bush seeks the presidency? Does he seriously think he will clinch it by ignoring the conservative base? Give me a break. We’ll end up with Hillary as president before a Bush the third. It would be akin to voting George the third into office.

The antics played out today, coupled with the shenanigans at the end of last year with the passing of the one trillion dollar cromnibus bill, will grow to haunt the GOP and the establishment fools.

All of those who voted for John Boehner have no spines and no souls. It’s not about whether the guy is likable or not, and we don’t give a damn about your stupid committee seats. Its about whether the man can get the job done, and apparently he can’t.

We need fiscal responsibility, and real conservatism. This bunch haven’t got the balls to do what needs to be done. And sooner or later that will prove to be their undoing. The world is changing, and real conservatives are sick and tired of these silly games. As the earth shifts with the grass roots movements, these RINO’s, these progressives, will find they have no more legs left to stand on. The GOP was created over one hundred and fifty years ago to take a stand for what was right. It may well be undone for not taking one today.

The American Dream?

I bought into the American dream when I moved here. I wanted a big house and the lifestyle that goes with it. A pickup on the driveway, a pool in the back yard, and a beer after a hard day’s work.

In many ways I still want that, but the powers that be seem intent on robbing that dream from everyone.

Whether it be social engineering programs, or outright extortion by government entities. The American dream is slowly but surely being eroded away.

We’re supposed to believe that buying a house and owning your own property is the greatest ideal in this country. And yet, with all the new rules and regulations, owning your own house has become a means of extortion by the authorities.

Not only will the bank reposes your home if you miss a couple of payments (no matter if you’ve been paying for years without problem) but the government will steal it from you if you don’t pay your taxes. Not only that; you are now required to have insurance if you take out a loan, and tax levies are raised on an almost yearly bases. You have building codes to live up to, inspections are required, and if you build anything without the ‘proper’ documents or permissions, you will be forced to take them down, pay a fine, get booted out of your own home, or have it destroyed before your very eyes by a thuggish police force.

No, the American dream is not dead yet, but it is very close.

My wife and I are in the middle of looking for a house, but we refuse to give in to the pressures of settling for whatever the market thinks is right. We may or may not find what we are looking for, but the idea of having to conform to community standards, and pay overwhelming taxes, does not appeal to me. Currently I pay rent, but at least I can get up and leave whenever I want to.

My generation is often made fun of by our parents and grandparents generations, for not being responsible enough. But you ask us to pay for the debt your generations created, and for the laws and taxes you allowed to be passed on your watch. Is it any wonder why my generation cannot be motivated to get up and earn a living. When you consider that the dollar is worth less and less every day, and all the meaningful jobs are sent over seas, because government red tape and taxes make it too expensive to produce here.

America was founded upon innovations, and the idea that you could create anything you wanted. If you want that house, you can go out and build it. Yes, you can still do that, but the limitations are growing, and the gap is widening between rich and poor. The middle class is becoming extinct, and the excuse is socialism. But my friends, what we’re really living in is a fascist police state, where corrupt government and crony corporatists rule the roost.

It is time to take this country back and restore real capitalism. It is time to enshrine the individual and his dreams again. This collectivist crap has got to go!

Stand up for your rights, vote against all new tax levies on a local level, and stop giving away your freedoms to conformity. The American dream is supposed to be your own individual dream, not a squarely cut front lawn just like everybody else’s.