Paul Ryan Takes Over as GOP Speaker of the House

Paul Ryan (R-WI) has been voted in as Speaker of the House after the seat was vacated by John Boehner, who was finally pushed out.

Like other RINOsPaul Ryan (R-WI) held such promise at the start. Now they’re showing substantial cracks in their character. What a shame. Ted Cruz seems to be the only Republican left with guts.

John Boehner lacked the willingness to stick by GOP principles and stand up to Obama. He surrendered to Barky and the DemProgs so much, he should have a white flag tattooed on his ass.

Initially, I liked Ryan because as Chief of the House Budget Office he single-handedly chewed Obama a new asshole over the reality of ObamaCare, spending, the debt, and the deficit.

Just some of what Ryan did that made me change my mind about his qualifications:

He partnered with worthless scrunt Patty Murray (D-WA), on a budget deal that would have royally screwed military veterans had it not been for public outrage. Murray, by the way, is a brainless bitch who said this:

“bin Laden has been “out in these countries for decades, building schools, building roads, building infrastructure, building day care facilities, building health care facilities, and the people are extremely grateful. We haven’t done that.”

Ryan was an ObamaTrade proponent, a very very bad ‘trade bill’ that gives Obama even more unconstitutional power than he’s already grabbed.

He helped vote down an amendment to the Hurricane Sandy relief bill that would have eliminated over $2.5 billion in abject wasteful spending that was attached.

In spite of occasional bright spots where Ryan comes through with great speeches and rebuttals to DemProg insanity, he’s still right smack in the thick of establishment RINOs.

A few thoughts from Richard Manning, President of Americans for Limited Government, which come right to the reasons behind Obama’s unfettered corruption and unprosecuted crimes. He’s writing about Obama’s unconstitutional, unlawful illegal alien amnesty, but it can be applied across the board:

Now, we know that Republican leadership never had a plan or even a desire to win.

We also know that Senator Harry Reid still runs the Senate and Congress as a whole, with the minority imposing their will on the majority in an unprecedented manner.

So, what can be done moving forward, since, unfortunately, the federal government is going to continue governing and expanding the size and scope of government along the way.

First off, House and Senate Republicans who still care about the country, should throw off the illusion that they are in the majority, and start fighting like they are a minority caucus. This means using every means at their disposal to thwart Obama’s agenda and nominees.

…..It means ending the Attorney General hopes of Loretta Lynch, who has made it clear that she will continue to use the Department of Justice as the legal henchmen for Obama’s destruction of the rule of law.

……the entire anti-Executive Amnesty play in the House was nothing more than theatrics led by a leadership team that not only never had any strategy for victory, but through their actions showed that they never even wanted to win is such a breach of trust that there is no longer any reason to blindly allow them to set the floor agenda.

……And as little banty roosters like Senator Lindsey Graham flap their arms and claim they have the votes to stop any Obama nuclear deal with Iran, it doesn’t matter, because Obama won’t follow the law anyway.  He already knows that Congress won’t stop him.

That’s it in a nutshell. The GOP lacks the guts to take on the DemProgs with their own methods.

Republicans vilifyinsult, and denigrate faithful grassroot Republicans and Tea Party Patriots for holding them accountable and demanding that they fulfill the promises they  made. We expect that kind of filth from LeftProg Dems; not from our own party. The majority the seats gained by the GOP in the House in 2010, was due in large part to the Tea Party movement; a fact that escapes their selective memories. We also had considerable influence in the 2014 mid-terms.

We gave them a majority in the House after the 2014 mid-term elections, and nothing has changed.

We elected them to stop Obama and the DemProgs in their tracks. They turned out to be chickenshits unwilling to take the risks necessary to accomplish that.  They’re so afraid of being called “racist”, “mean”, “uncaring”, and a variety of other leftwingnut pejoratives, that they quake at the mere thought of fighting to get this country back.

Instead of backing Republicans who have strong Tea Party values, they were dismissed as ‘fringe’. Instead of doing what we elected them to do, they cave in to the petty little tyrant in the White House and his tools in the Democratic Party.

If the RINOs and establishment Republicans fought the leftwingnut DemProgs with the same veracity they do Tea Party patriots, this country would be a lot better off.

Paul Ryan won’t change that.

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