Friday, June 29, 2012

Should we trust Romney, Boehner and McConnel?

The results are in, Romney is the winner from the SCOTUS decision on Obamacare, or at least his campaign war chest is. Romney and the RNC raised 4.6 million in the hours after the decision was announced from approximately 47,000 donors. That's a lot of extra cheddar to be hanging around all of a sudden to beat Obama over the head with.

I still believe that SCOTUS got it wrong on Obamacare. It was never sold, or supposedly intended to be a "tax" however that's what the government now has. The unfettered unlimited ability to do whatever they want and call it a penalty collected by the IRS and suddenly it's Constitutional.
So where do we go from here? The Tea Party is already flexing its muscle against this and I can assure you that since they have had two years to get organized they will be much more difficult to deal with than the first time around in 2010.

I guess the real question becomes, will the Tea Party accept and rally behind Mitt Romney as the last best hope to restore some sense of freedom from oppression in this country?

Who would have thought that Mitt Romney, man who made Romneycare in MA, is the one person that we have to believe is actually going to save us on this deal. I still don't trust him. Well that's not really true, I believe that you can get Mittens to do anything you want if you put enough pressure on him. The people I really don't trust are John Boehner and Mitch McConnell. They and their ilk are cancers on the Republican party. Spineless unprincipled fools who believe in doing whatever it takes to "keep the peace".

Learn this now Boehner and McConnell, we do not care about peace, we do not care if you lose your friends on the hill and aren't invited to the local party scene. Screw with us on this one and I swear we will make sure you are no longer employed.

For the rest of your time we ALLOW you to be in Congress you will fight however hard it takes and lose as many friends as you have to in order to make sure the size of government shrinks, and the rate of government spending slows. If that means you have to shut it down to push through ACTUAL CUTS not just reductions in expected spending increases. That means take last years number and lower it. That is a real cut.

Grow a set, get a spine and learn how we play this game. We are tired of your backstabbing and selling us down the river. Get in line or look for new work, either way I don't care.

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