Please excuse the rant, but I’m sick and tired of the so-called establishment Republicans. They treat the so-called Tea Party with scorn, even though the Tea Party represents much of America. In other words, the way they treat the Tea Party reveals what they really think of the rest of us. And who can blame them? How stupid we must seem as we continue to vote them into office year after year, decade upon decade so they can vote themselves raises and perks and live as the whores of the lobbyists, raking in millions for their personal bank accounts.
Many are realizing it’s time for the Republican good old boys club to go. However, they’re not leaving their tax payer-funded DC lifestyles without a fight. They are again trying to convince voters that non-establishment Republicans can’t win. From Breitbart.com:
On November 5, Defending Main Street, one of the most prominent Republican establishment groups formed with the intent of destroying the Tea Party, will meet with wealthy Wall Street donors to begin building up its war chest before the 2014 midterm elections…
“Hopefully we’ll go into eight to 10 races and beat the snot out of them,” former Rep. Steve LaTourette (R-OH), who is running the group aiming “to raise $8 million to fend off tea party challenges,” recently told National Journal. “We’re going to be very aggressive and we’re going to get in their faces.”
See, they’re whores and the pimps don’t want to lose their influence in Washington so they’re funding the war against freedom-loving Americans who may choose to run. And they’re going to “get in their faces” and “beat the snot out of them”? Give me a break. The establishment Republicans are a bunch of girly-men:
It’s time for voters to stop falling for their lies. What good are they if they don’t stand up for what’s right? What’s the difference between having a Republican or a Democrat in office if they’re both going to allow, say, the funding of the obamacare abomination and the president’s tyrannical actions?
In addition, we must consider that Tea Party candidates may be losing because the good old boys are rigging the game. Investigate what the establishment Republicans did in 2012. Perhaps the most blatant example was the party changing its rules so Ron Paul couldn’t win the nomination. From the New American:
The RNC’s rule change effectively disenfranchised Republicans supporting anyone other than the Establishment’s man and left 10 of Maine’s 24 delegates locked out of the process, preventing them from casting votes for Ron Paul..
Disregarding the nominating rule and the Ron Paul delegates’ adherence thereto, when the roll call was read only the votes for Mitt Romney were announced. The nomination of Ron Paul was ignored in open and hostile violation of the RNC’s rules governing the presidential nomination process. No explanation. No chance for appeal. No recourse.
This type of
manipulation cheating by the establishment Republicans was commonplace during the 2012 primaries. It occurred from beginning to end and from local to national campaigns.
Not only do their shenanigans keep freedom-loving candidates out of office, and keep the establishment in their jobs, but the losses support their assertion that non-establishment candidates can’t win. It’s a psy-op. According to Business Insider:
[Mitch] McConnell told the Times he’s confident the challenge from the conservative base will fade out after its first few losses.
“I know this: Politics doesn’t like losers,” McConnell said. “If you don’t have anything to point to, it is kind of hard to keep it going.”
He could be speaking of himself and his good old boys. They don’t have anything to point to but the fact that they’re able to dupe people into voting for them. They’re useless prats when it comes to saving the country from its descent into tyranny.
- Pompous: Characterized by excessive self-esteem or exaggerated dignity.
- Bum: a) A lazy or shiftless person, especially one who seeks to live solely by the support of others. b) An incompetent, insignificant, or obnoxious person.
I stand by my opinion of McConnell and extend it to the entire Republican establishment.