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Dec 06 2012

Mutiny Against Boo-Hoo Boehner

This is certainly encouraging:

The backlash against Speaker of the House John Boehner’s removal of several conservative members of Congress from committees continued Wednesday, with one conservative group calling for Republicans to “depose” Boehner from his speakership.

American Majority Action (AMA) is launching a #FireBoehner campaign. If 16 members of the Republican Party abstain from voting for Boehner as speaker in January, he will be one vote shy of the 218 necessary to confirm his speakership.

Boehner has brought dissatisfaction with his RINO ways to a head by purging key committees of any representatives suspected of being to the right of François Hollande.

The recent anger stems in large part from the removal of Reps. David Schweikert, Justin Amash and Tim Huelskamp from their spots on committees. Boehner has said it was an issue of loyalty, Buzzfeed reported, but conservatives have labeled it a purge of more conservative and libertarian elements of the party. (RELATED: Purged conservative reps: Boehner planning to ‘run over’ conservatives, vote for tax hike)

Either Boehner is in cahoots with Obama to further cripple the economy with ever more confiscatory taxation on job creators while increasing government spending even beyond its current outlandish levels with the objective of imposing socialism, or he is a spineless fool. In either case, he must go — and the sooner the better.

Whether the GOP is worth supporting in 2014 may depend on whether Boehner is still in the driver’s seat. If it cannot or will not function as an effective resistance party because it is incorrigibly infested with checkered pants–wearing Big Government RINOs, the time has come to let it dwindle away and get a third party off the ground.

Time to give Boehner something to cry about.

On a tip from Wilberforce.

25 Responses to “Mutiny Against Boo-Hoo Boehner”

  1. Ummah Gummah says:


    Why wait until then? We all know by now that the GOP are a bunch of checked-pants jellyfish.

    If you want to make 2014 the deadline, then it would have to be stated loudly and clearly, so much so that the “leadership” can hear.

    If not, the sooner the better that a Third Party finally gets off the ground.


  2. metalgarth says:

    We’re heading towards one party rule. The only bright spot is that the RINOs will also feel the sting of their betrayal.

  3. christopher swift (@wyatt99) says:

    ‘get a third party off the ground.”

    And it’s an optimum time to do it. In a very short while the economy is going to hit the wall, forget the financial cliff. It’s time to begin now with a movement which understands the seriousness of the situation and can pick up the pieces.

  4. mojo says:

    Don’t just abstain – vote for Pelosi.

    That’d be a fun house.

  5. Ummah Gummah says:


    Can’t move any more FORWARD than we are moving now. The GOP is in the process of caving, as they did in the 80s with Simpson/Mazzoli and have countless other times since.

    If WE can get 25% in 2014 you never know what WE might be able to get in 2016..

    Besides the TEA Party would enforce Fair Voting instead of caving on that as well.


  6. Comrade J says:

    Step 1
    Identify RINO

    Step 2
    Replace RINO

    And yes RINO will get in line, once conservatives are in place.

  7. RegT says:

    You fools still think your vote counts? Sure, that’s why BO got 100% of the vote in some many districts.

    Republicans aren’t the answer, so we might as well punish them for not standing up to the lies and the voter fraud.

    They gave away the election again, just like McCain did. Because they don’t care who is in the White House, as long as he supports socialism.

  8. Louisiana Steve says:

    I honestly think a tactic of the democrats is infiltration of the republican party.

  9. Bob Roberts says:

    This thread and the responses to it are evidence which disproves troll claims this site is just an “echo chamber”.

    We would be complaining a lot more about Republicans if the lunatic liberal moonbats weren’t taking up all our time by being so far gone that we have to concentrate on them, but even so we find time for appropriate criticism of RINOS and other so-called conservatives and Republicans.

    Make no mistake – things have gotten so bad that there will likely not be any quick or easy fix. The key, I think, is to find and promote a Tea Party candidate who has appeal to the masses, not only the Republicans, but also whatever sensible people (if any) are left among Democrats.

  10. Bob Roberts says:

    One problem I see is that in their attempts not to alienate anyone the right always chooses candidates incapable of inspiring them, incapable of motivating them.

    Look back at the recent REAL landslides and you will start to get an idea what I’m talking about.

  11. This douchebag crossed the line for the VERY LAST time with the committee re-assingments

    Eff him, it’s all over for Speaker Sunkist

  12. bee says:

    Like a RINO Cowboy….

    (somebody add more lyrics)

  13. ed357 says:

    John “CRYBABY” Boehner has the backbone of a slug……

    If the Wussypant Republicans cave on the debt and physical cliff……

    I swear that I’ll vote democRAT straight ticket next election……

    that way the democRATS can melt the country down and……


  14. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    This petty act of desperation should be the final straw for Boehner. He has just undermined the whole party, choosing to use the Democrapt trademark iron fist similar to what they did to the blue dogs
    If the Republicans can’t get this one right and boot the Boner, we need to walk.

  15. Highway Hospital Student says:

    As I pointed out earlier, house and senate republicans are now and always have been comfortable in their separate fiefdoms created by liberal despotism.

    That’s why they won’t contest the fraudulent election of BO, banded together against Reagan during his tax cut campaign and again against Bush on his Iraq war effort.

    No doubt, Boehner has plenty of republican support. He has led the RINO coalition well against America.

    And lest anyone should have remaining doubts about the veracity of this claim, here are the treasonous republicans who just voted with democrats in favor of the UN “Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities” ———a cover name for a gross infringement by world despots against American sovereignty.

    Here are the national disgraces that voters are too stupid to get rid of:

    Kelly Ayotte – NH; John Barrasso – WY; Scott Brown (of course -f him…glad he’s gone) – MA; Sue Collins – ME (and her slut partner) Olympia Snowe – ME; Dick Lugar (clinical dwarf and retard)- IN; John McCain – AZ; Lisa Murkowskit (everybody’s favorite girl since her lobotomy)- AK.

    (AND oh yeah…you read it right…that’s John McCain ——in there again. Darling of BO’s MSM and one of the worse traitors the U.S. has had to suffer since BO.)


    Meanwhile, I hear that last night they had to use a hose to separate Chris Christie from BO’s leg.

  16. Suprsvc says:


  17. nobarack08 says:

    Boner is a spineless wimp.

  18. Zim says:

    I called Boehner, Cantors office today

  19. grayjohn says:

    Boehner is Obama’s lickspittle bitch and nothing more.
    RINO stealth liberal, mole of the democrat party. How many good people has this shit bag undermined and removed without being noticed? Treat him like the cancer he is.
    Irradiate and surgically remove him.

  20. ejazzyjeff says:

    I did not leave the GOP, the GOP left me.

  21. Taking over the GOP far preferable to 3rd party bid, that’s for sure… but Boehner has GOT to go

    Linked @ RR

    ‘#FireBoehner Gathering Steam…’

  22. Dr. 9 says:

    Boehner, like the rest of the republican establishment, are now the official symbols of weakness and impotency. Fact is, with few exceptions, all the elected lying crooks in DC care about one thing and one thing only. Their own cushy jobs. And for that, we have no one to blame but ourselves.

    They gave us Romney who, IMO, is a nice guy and highly qualified to be president. What they were too stupid to see was, you don’t send a nice guy to a vicious, dog-eat-dog, street fight, which is exactly what the entire campaign was. And everybody knew it.

    Also, i fail to understand America’s strong reluctance to seriously consider a third party, especially in light of the fact that the current system, which is clearly a failure, was designed and is sustained by those same lying crooks. Have we become living proof of Einstien’s defination of “true insanity”?

  23. Will says:


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