John Boehner has been waffling in deciding how to ‘deal with’ Republican Congressmen who publicly opposed his Obamatrade legislation.
As I explained last week, the Speaker of the House has been doling out punishments to everyone who opposed the Leadership’s plan to give Obama even more power.
Three Conservatives were removed from the GOP Whip team (the group responsible for predicting vote counts).
Then, Boehner removed Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) from his subcommittee chair position and then threatened to remove Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) as the Freshman GOP Class President.
Earlier this week, we overwhelmed Congress with just under 100,000 faxes demanding they put a stop to Boehner’s tyranny. Days later, Boehner miraculously decided to reverse course and reinstate Rep. Meadows and leave Rep. Buck alone.
This is, by all means, a victory. But the fight is not yet won. Let me ask you this: do you want to live in a country where John Boehner has the power to arbitrarily punish any Conservative who disagrees with him?
I used to have a lot of faith in John Boehner. But those days have passed.
Mark Levin says it best: in order to defeat the Democrats, we are going to have to first defeat the Republicans. And John Boehner’s retribution-style of politics needs to go first!
Let’s look at the history…
John Boehner caved on the debt ceiling, the budget, Obamacare, amnesty for illegals, and now Obamatrade.
This isn’t the Soviet Union. Politicians aren’t allowed to just get rid of everyone who disagrees with them.
Yet, like Joseph Stalin, John Boehner has resorted to ruling with an iron fist and punishing all party members who dare to stand in his way.
This isn’t the way our Republic is supposed to work. One man is not supposed to be able to punish and deal retribution to Congressmen simply for voting their conscience.
I refuse to accept this as the status quo.
For goodness sake, last week John Boehner voted to give up Congress’ treaty powers and allow the President to negotiate a trade agreement on his own. And then he went on to punish all those who disagreed with giving Obama more power.
It’s time to remove John Boehner from power.
The last time you raised your voice about this injustice, Boehner was forced to reverse course. It’s time to finish him!