In a previous Examiner report it was noted that talk radio host and attorney Mark Levin, who served in the Reagan Administration, had not only lamented but lambasted the elitist leadership establishment of the Republican Party for being just as dangerous as Democrats.
Levin cited various and sundry votes and policy initiatives that depict Republican leaders as insincere about repealing Obamacare, duplicitous about so-called “immigration reform” — which is nothing more than blanket amnesty for multimillions of illegal aliens — eager to sell out the self-defense and gun rights of the citizens in order to “cut a deal,” and a host of other issues that align the GOP leadership with the Democrat onslaught against the Constitution and other basic human rights.
And this is not to mention that the Republican leadership has steadfastly refused to rein in a president and executive branch that is raging out of control with numerous violations of the law and an outright disdain for the basic principles of the Bill of Rights, not the least of which is to protect citizens from illegal search and seizure.
Conservatives and libertarians have stated both privately and publicly that they are so livid about the current Republican leadership that they are willing to turn to desperate measures to get rid of them, such as voting for Democrats in districts such as John Boehner’s in Ohio.
Most people involved in the liberty movement would be loathe to resort to such a tactic for the simple reason that in most instances the Democratic candidate is much worse than even the elitist Republican. However, most also believe that since everything that has been tried up until now to browbeat the GOP leadership into sanity has failed, more severe measures must be implemented.
One thing we can do initially is to name the names and then shame them publicly.
It has become abundantly clear that House Speaker John Boehner is a joke, a totally worthless “moderate” who lacks the insight, creativity, and gumption to be an effective leader who can thwart the anti-American agenda of Barack Obama, Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, and the rest of the Democratic machine.
Word has come today that Boehner is ready to slow-walk the immigration amnesty bill through Congress, over the objections of the vast majority of the House Republican membership. He has also steadfastly refused to cut funding for Obamacare in the upcoming budget debates, in spite of the fact that most Americans and most representatives in his own Party support the cut.
But Boehner is part of an elitist cabal within the Republican Party that wishes above all else to be loved and accepted by the eastern liberal establishment represented by the mainstream media and the likes of John McCain, Lindsey Graham, Mark Kirk, Rob Portman, Kelly Ayotte, Susan Collins, Richard Burr, Bob Corker, Lamar Alexander, Mitch McConnell, Chris Christie, Gov. Rick Scott, Bob McDonnell, Marco Rubio, Kevin McCarthy, Eric Cantor, Lisa Murkowski, Pat Toomey, Jeff Flake, John Kasich, and others.
While those named above by no means represent a comprehensive list, they have been problematic enough to show up on the radar screen as those who are too willing to cut deals with the haters of individual liberty and sovereign citizens to be trusted. Each need a primary opponent who is articulate enough to show why they have failed the citizens who put them in office, most of whom want their elected representatives to portray solid conservative principles in the face of the growing power of the centralized, tyrannical federal government surveillance state.
Be sure to read my latest entry in the series, Musings After Midnight, titled, “Why my hope for a peaceful solution to the current mess in government has gone out the window.”
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