Boehner Must Apologize to Conservatives

By David Kraemer – ConservativeAmerican.org – Leading the way Right.

Rush Hudson Limbaugh agreed with us today about how ridiculous it is for U.S. House Speaker John Boehner to jump down the throats of Tea Party Conservative Americans for being against the Paul Ryan budget deal.

Boehner claimed his beef was that Conservatives were against it before they even read it. Really, John? That’s the beef?

Hmmmm. We remember how Boehner and Paul Ryan were against the Obamacare Nightmare before they even read it. In fact every single republican was against Obamacare before they even read it. So, c’mon John, that’s not the REAL reason you hate the Conservatives, is it?

Boehner is getting older and perhaps he has memory issues. It was those same Conservative Americans that stormed the nation in 2010 and made some republican congressman into a crying Speaker of the House. Oh yeah, that was Boehner, wasn’t it? Forgot. In his press conference, he called conservatives “they” not “us.” Really, John?

GOP Leader Reince Priebus
RNC Chair Reince Priebus
And I’m sorry, but where the hell is RNC Chair Reince Priebus?! As we noted back on November 7th…

“I happened to be from Wisconsin and I can tell you Reince Priebus was Superman in this state. He was the smartest, most successful and coolest state party chair! He is responsible for the strategy and leadership that allowed Wisconsin to replace a democrat governor with a Conservative American, Scott Walker. His strategies gave the state both a state house and state senate run by Conservative Americans, the Fitzgerald Brothers. He embraced the Tea Party while others around the country ran for the hills. He recruited Tea Party candidates into the fold and put that energy to work INSIDE the GOP. This resulted in the victory of Conservative American U.S. Senator Ron Johnson. So where did that guy go?”

So let me get this straight, the national GOP is so impressed with the Wisconsin victories that they pick Wisconsin Republican Party Chair, Reince Priebus, to run the party nationwide only to tell him not to use the same strategy? Really, GOP?

Whoever was the genius behind that strategy or behind Boehner’s big mouth, is hurting the GOP tremendously. Democrats take joy at posts like this that show how divided our party is. The GOP must stop their little permanent-politician-induced hissy fit about the Conservative uprising. They need to embrace Conservative Americans and welcome them. Time for John Boehner and Karl Rove and everyone else who hates the Tea Party conservatives to retire and go home.

Step One for the GOP to become united – Boehner needs to apologize for his outburst against Conservative Americans. Paul Ryan said Boehner just got “his Irish up.” Really, Paul? Is that why you were standing in the back grinning when he made the comments? I guess you thought the comments were funny, eh? We missed the joke. And for God’s sake, stop dumping on Mike Lee, Ted Cruz and Rand Paul. If Boehner won’t apologize, perhaps he should step aside and let a Conservative American step into that role.

Step TwoGet the old Reince Priebus back. Stop letting the Karl Rove-types pick our candidates, stop letting the Johnny MaverDick McCain types tell us how to win, and stop letting the Mitt Romney types redefine ‘conservative.’

Step ThreeDump your stupid east coast fear of the media and nominate actual, real, living Conservative Americans to run for office and then (here’s a novel idea) actually support them!

Conservative Americans plugged our noses and voted for Johny MaverDick McCain. We plugged our noses and voted for Mitt Obamacare Romney (Rick Santorum was right that Romney was the worst possible pick given the healthcare issue). Many of us just don’t feel like plugging our noses and checking that republican box again in 2014 or 2016.

The GOP must wake up or fade away.

One Comment

  1. The old Republican guard needs to decide if they want to fight the efforts of true conservatives or embrace those efforts. Their decision may very well determine the outcome of the mid-term elections and quite possibly, the presidential election of 2016.

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