Speaker of the House John Boehner(RINO-Ohio,) has never appreciated conservatives. In point of fact, he’s the most anti-conservative Republican currently serving on Capitol Hill, and it’s disgusting to see this man continue to defame and denigrate conservatives and conservatism. In an interview “On the Record” with Greta Van Susteren, Boehner reveals his true feeling about conservatives. Watch Speaker “Born-in-a-Bar” as he explains to Greta why Paul Ryan is a “practical conservative,” but he’s not a “Knuckle-Dragger,” because he voted for TARP. In John Boehner’s world, “practical” translates into “go-along-to-get-along.” I guess this tells us what he thinks of all of those who opposed TARP:
Great! It’s not bad enough that the left refers to staunch conservatives in such terms, but now we know how the highest ranking Republican now serving in the Federal Government views us. “Knuckle-dragger?” This guy has been sabotaging conservatives since he became Speaker of the House. I think he should caucus with the Democrats, at least for the sake of philosophical consistency. He’s apparently moving from the fifth column over into the fourth, as he continues to spit in the faces of conservatives.
The only good news to come out of this interview was that at least Boehner didn’t cry about it.
Disgusting. Can we please have new leadership in the House? Some leadership? Any leadership? Allen West(R-FL) won his primary yesterday. What are his plans for the next two years if he is able to win his seat in November? “Speaker West?” That has a nice ring to it.
John Boehner should go home to Ohio and stay there. In my view, this is the kind of alleged “leadership” the Republicans do not need. He’s not conservative, and while we’ve known that for some time, this is the first instance in some time through which Boehner has made clear his feelings on grass-roots, Tea Party conservatives.
I’m sick of seeing this jack-ass and his tough talk for conservatives while crying over changes in wind speed and direction on Capitol Hill. Maybe Boehner can tell we “knuckle-draggers” what TARP did for the country, apart from creating a big slush fund from which the Party of Washington bailed out all its friends. If ever there had been a cause for crying, the day this guy was elected speaker, we should have bawled like babies.
You have to admire his approach to “party unity,” don’t you?