Yes, I miss him “yet.”
First, the story itself:
by BRETT LOGIURATO
White House senior adviser Dan Pfeiffer used three vivid analogies to attack House Republicans’ laundry list of demands for raising the debt ceiling, comparing Republicans to arsonists, hostage-takers and suicide bombers.
“What we’re not for is negotiating with people with a bomb strapped to their chest,” Pfeiffer said in an interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper Thursday afternoon. “We’re not going to do that.”
Immured on video for the entertainment of all:
My. Imagine how Demorats and Leftists are so inclined as to label Republicans as terrorists, whilst, at the same time, Demorats and Leftists are not inclined to label Islamists as what they are: terrorists.
And with that comes new Republican Elbert Guillory.
Because he realizes the history inherent in the Republican party.
Not now. But then.
And I ask:
Which party is the party of corruption, of slavery, of Free Cheese, of catering to the worst of human interests?
Yes. The Demorat Party.
Let us allow Martin Luther King to speechify us all:
The truth hurts. [And who was the white officer who protected MLK during that speech?]
And the truth is that the Republican Party was the party of freedom, of independence, of goodness, of moral certainty, of the rights of individuals.
From Ann Coulter’s column:
Democrats terrify Hispanics into thinking they’ll be lynched if they vote for Republicans, and then turn around and taunt Republicans for not winning a majority of the Hispanic vote. This line of attack has real resonance with our stupidest Republicans. (Proposed Republican primary targets: Sens. Kelly Ayotte, Jeff Flake, Lindsey Graham and Marco Rubio.) Which explains why Republicans are devoting all their energy to slightly increasing their share of the Hispanic vote while alienating everyone else in America.
It must be fun for liberals to manipulate Republicans into focusing on hopeless causes. Why don’t Democrats waste their time trying to win the votes of gun owners?
As journalist Steve Sailer recently pointed out, the Hispanic vote terrifying Republicans isn’t that big. It actually declined in 2012. The Census Bureau finally released the real voter turnout numbers from the last election, and the Hispanic vote came in at only 8.4 percent of the electorate — not the 10 percent claimed by the pro-amnesty crowd.
Read the rest of the article here.
It puzzled me years ago and it puzzles me now; why is it Republicans believe that in order to win votes they must abandon their Conservative principles, cede power and then refuse to wield said power when they find themselves in the majority of Congress?
Has Ann Coulter nailed the issue?
Be sure to read her final paragraph.
Or perhaps I should be more realistic: the GOP actually quit me.
Last night Boehner and the GOP caved. Again. Boehner also put off a vote for aid for victims of Sandy. And further, here’s how stupid your US Senate was on Tuesday:
Multiple Senate sources have confirmed to CNSNews.com that senators received the bill at approximately 1:36 AM on Jan. 1, 2013 – a mere three minutes before they voted to approve it at 1:39 AM.
Correct. Mr Obama’s “transparency” once more: three minutes to read a bill before a demanded vote.
And then Republicans voted.
I shake my head. How insane is all of this? No one knows of this abortion. And no one seems to much care. The DEM/MSM ignores all of it, purposely. The American Media Maggots.
Perhaps I’ll have to craft a new logo for the DEM/MSM/AMM.
The “debt ceiling” issue is also around the corner, in roughly six to eight weeks. Boehner will cave on that as well. So will the rest of the GOP.
Simultaneously, it’s being trumpeted that Obama will rapidly be going for amnesty for Mexicans and gun control. He’s on a roll. Imagine that. And who might the “enablers” be?
It really doesn’t matter what the GOP does any more in DC — similar to the GOP “presence” in my state, Fornicalia. The Demorats have such a supermajority in Fornicalia that they can do what they wish when they wish, with absolute impunity.
In DC, realistically — any more — there isn’t a dime’s worth of difference between the Demorats and the Republicans. They all want to be treated with deference, like little Kings and Queens. They all want their cars and perks and pensions unsullied by such limitations as are placed on the Proles and Groundlings — you and me.
They want excoriations and limitations placed upon you and me, but with exemptions for their perfumed and coiffed personas.
I say: that shit has to die. Throttled and garroted and shot and exsanguinated again.
I say: it won’t, if the Republicans have anything to say about it. And they do.
Because they are in league with the Demorats in terms of fleecing the American electorate.
I am changing my registration from Republican to Independent.
My cash to the GOP stopped long ago, with a few exceptions. My Congressman, Tom McClintock, did NOT vote with Boehner. He gets my cash as long as he’s in office.
It’s like this:
Your house is on fire.
Your emergency is being covered by the media.
But you’re worried about the response of the fire station.
How are their rigs polished? Are they nice and resplendent? Do they shine? And, moreover, when they have an open house, will they feature tri-tip as opposed to burgers? Will you be invited? And how many tri-tips can you consume — more than your neighbors?
Because, after all, how they respond is as important as what they mean to do.