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December 11th, 2013

Could It Be Republicans Don’t WANT To Win?

If Boehner is intentionally preparing to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory he took a huge step in that direction today. Between his near total capitulation on this newest budget farce and his yet to be announced amnesty program, the pitter-patter of little red state feet fleeing into into seclusion is nearly deafening. Even more worrisome is the chant you can hear as they march, “Third party, here we come!” Read the rest of this entry »



December 11th, 2013

Bipartisan Two-Year Budget Deal, Compromise or Compost?

A bipartisan, two-year budget deal was made public yesterday from our hard working bozos in Congress. Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) and Sen. Patty Murray (D-WA) have been leading the negotiations and have come up with a compromise bill to fund the federal government. The bill does sidetrack some of the sequestration cuts, especially for the military, but still manages to reduce spending by some $85 Billion dollars over the two years. Should the legislation pass both wings of Congress, it will mean that we will be spared some of the politics until well after the 2014 mid-term elections. Some in the Tea Party caucus are already denouncing the bill, but the real question will be if Harry Reid and Barack Obama will support it? If the bill passes and becomes law, then Reid and Obama will have little to trash Republicans about for the next year while the GOP beats them over the head with the Obamacare failures.

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November 19th, 2013

The GOP Civil War

As with any great war in history, the GOP Civil War is full of misconception, rhetoric, propaganda and misinformation. There is no doubt a state of war exists within the GOP. That is obvious. What is disputable is when this war began and what it is fundamentally about. The Internet as well as mainstream media and political publications are full of varying opinions and views. So it is difficult for someone who isn’t familiar to gain a clear and objective understanding of the details.

In an attempt to unravel some of the more recent myths and misconceptions, we will take a look at the history and hopefully set the record straight. Let me begin by prefacing my remarks with words from the great philosopher, Jules Winnfield: “If my answers frighten you Vincent then you should cease asking scary questions.” Proceed with caution. Read the rest of this entry »



November 13th, 2013

Let’s force the awful insurers to reinstate those substandard policies!

One thing you can count on with the liberal narrative, it never accepts that anything is the fault of liberals and their policies. Oh it can change on a dime. Overnight, it can go from one extreme to the other. We now have liberal democrats clamoring in D.C. for precisely what Ted Cruz and others proposed just a few weeks ago, and Democrats shut the government down to prevent.

Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) is now co-sponsoring a bill with Mary Landrieu, demanding that insurance carriers in the private sector “restore the policies cancelled” as a result of Obamacare mandates. Read the rest of this entry »



November 8th, 2013

Channeling Reagan

It occurs to me that a great many republicans have lost their way. We currently find ourselves in a chasm of unyielding stubbornness and divisiveness, at a time where we really need unity and cooperation. The Grand Old Party is split between Tea Party activists and Establishment elites, both carping and complaining about the other in the most hateful and despicable ways. This, at a time when our nation is literally being taken over the cliff by Marxist Socialists, hell-bent on destroying the very foundations of American Exceptionalism forever. Every day it becomes clearer, if we can’t find resolve to our internal conflict, we will lose this great nation.

Perhaps this is the time for a little “channeling” from the Great Communicator? If anything joins republicans of all factions in common understanding, it is the words of Ronald Reagan. Read the rest of this entry »



October 29th, 2013

McConnell Declares War on Tea Party

Fresh off of his surrender to Obama’s Democrats, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell spoke to a group of K-street lobbyists and wealthy donors at a fundraiser in Sea Island, Georgia this weekend.

The Kentucky Republican said he wanted to “address the elephant in the room” as he vowed there would be no more government shutdowns on his watch. He went on to lament that Republicans wouldn’t come close to defaulting on the nation’s debts next year, when stop-gap government funding and the debt ceiling are slated to be voted on again. Read the rest of this entry »



October 25th, 2013

Happy Saint Crispin’s Day, Tea Party!

″We few…, we happy few…, we band of brothers!″ Happy St. Crispin′s Day, Tea Party! Yes! Once again my favorite holiday has returned. Actually, Catholics around the world may be celebrating both Saints Crispin and Crispinian, a..k.a. Crispinus and Crispianus, a pair of twins martyred way back in 286 A.D.. Fans of history, such as myself, mark this day as it is the anniversary of the most lopsided military victory, the Battle of Agincourt in 1415. It should also be noted that today is also the anniversary of two other famous battles, the Battle of Balaklava during the Crimea War in 1854, when we had the infamous Charge of the Light Brigade, as well as the WW2 naval action in the Pacific, the Battle of Leyte Gulf and 1944. But it was Agincourt that is well remembered thanks to William Shakespeare and his historical play, ″Henry V′. That′s King Henry the 5th of England to you No-Low Information Voters. A perfect episode to warm the hearts of those in the Tea Party movement. Why? Well, I′ll tell you…

Battle of Agincourt

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October 20th, 2013

A Party Torn Asunder

The Republican Party finds itself at a crucial crossroads in political history. Torn between two distinctly differing philosophies and unable to reconcile their differences. Perpetually fighting with each other over control of the party, and willing to threaten outright destruction of the party itself, in order to prevail. A few years ago, it appeared the fight was between libertarian and social conservatives, but that fight seems to have mutated into a much deeper and more threatening chasm.

In one corner, is the establishment “old guard” republicans, defiantly clinging to antiquated political notions of bipartisanship with moderate democrats, who quite frankly, no longer exist. Believing that some day, the people will again make the choice to put their politicians in charge of the body politic in Washington, returning the bygone glory to the Grand Old Party. In the opposite corner, the new Tea Party patriots, energized and invigorated, willing to fight for core conservative principles, in spite of polls or popular opinion. Read the rest of this entry »



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