Hannity tears into 'john gruber boehner'

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  1. Jedi Knight

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    Boehner should be dumped as soon as possible for the good of the GOP.

    Boehner seems to be owned by the US Chamber of Commerce. He supports Obama's amnesty and is willing to lie.

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    I have said for a long time both Boehner and McConnel need to go.
     
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    Yep. :thumbs:
     
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    Same ones who thinks Ted Cruz is a radical.
     
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    Because he will not fall in line and they need to discredit him since they cannot shut him up.


    Not one person can point to anything that is actually radical. Not about him or the Tea Party.
     
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    Boehner is a wholly owned subsidiary of the US Chamber of Commerce. He probably supports Jeb Bush for President in 2016.
     
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    And add McCain to that list. I believe Ted Cruz represents best why the Repubs won but the rest act tone deaf.
     
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    Some are supporting Gowdy for Speaker. Another possibility is Paul Ryan, who has already been fully vetted. The problem is that the US Chamber of Commerce is funding the establishment GOP in the hopes of getting more cheap labor no matter what.
     
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    Ryan is no different than Boehner
     
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    OK, why do you say that? I mean, I am open to both sides on this question. Ryan strikes me as bright and he has won a Democrat seat in Wisconsin, so I hope that he is of some help to Gov. Walker, although the GOP did not carry Wisconsin in 2012. I think that Ryan is bright and good at numbers. He is Catholic, which tends to make one somewhat liberal in my opinion.
     
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    Because he toes the Boehner line.
     
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    That brings up the question of what Ryan is supposed to do. After the loss of 2012, the momentum of dumping Boehner--for his weakness and his serfdom to the US Chamber of Commerce, a mixture of both parties and their miserly super wealthy who want cheap labor above all else, even the destruction of the nation--slackened.

    So Gowdy is the only name out there that I know of and it seems to be in the doldrums.

    Then Boehner after the recent elections so wanted to sit down with the Democrats for the first time in 6 years, that he sold his own party down the river.

    Now the Indiana delegation went along with the deal. At this point no one knows why they did what they did. Only the poor fellow from Fort Wayne who called Boehner a liar has given us an insight into how Boehner got the deal through the House.

    And like the procedural vote that Pelosi lost the other day in trying to install someone from California in the Democrat leadership, Stutzman has shown us the first real public loss for Boehner.

    So if the GOP is going to select a new speaker, the big question is who can win?
     
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    Drudge wants to know what incredible dirt Obama has on Boehner

    Matt Drudge is the founder of a popular news aggregator website called the Drudge Report. Millions flock to his website on a daily basis to read the news of the moment and clever headlines.

    Drudge has a large following on social media via his twitter account.

    Friday, he tweeted that Obama must have some incredible “dirt” on Republican Speaker John Boehner for Boehner to cram through the massive 1,600 page, $1.1 trillion “CRomnibus” spending bill, which increases government spending and fully funds Obama’s illegal amnesty and Obamacare.


    Read more: http://www.bizpacreview.com/2014/12...irt-obama-has-on-boehner-165535#ixzz3M66xqeBY
     
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    Talk about conspiracy theories. Drudge must have just broken up with his boyfriend to come up with that conspiracy theory.
     
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    That's reply was a stroke of genius!

    You countered a conspiracy theory with another conspiracy theory.

    Oiy! Why didn't I think of that?
     

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