“Republicans in Congress — and reform-minded GOP governors like Scott Walker, John Kasich and Chris Christie — are daring to speak the truth about the dire fiscal challenges Americans face at all levels of government, and daring to commit themselves to solutions that will liberate our economy and help put our citizens on a path to prosperity,” he said. “I’m disappointed that instead of providing similar leadership from the White House, the president has chosen to attack leaders such as Gov. Walker, who are listening to the people and confronting problems that have been neglected for years at the expense of jobs and economic growth.”
I reckon this is extremely weak rhetoric, and just leads me to ask again- When are Boehner and the rest of the Republicans going to get it?
Obama wants the riots. He wants the unrest. Its all part of his plan to destroy capitalism. You can see all the treasonist Obamabots writing their anti-American propaganda all over the net, and the traitor Michael Moore making similar public statements blaming the capitalist system. The only system that is at work here is the Communist system and Boehner and his boys should be making that clear. They should at least be saying “This is what Obama wants. This is the objective he was elected to achieve.”
To hell with it, if the Republican party is too whimpy and spineless to call a spade a spade then we might as well get it done. If Obama wants rioting in the damn streets, let’s give it to him and his communist goons. As Quin Hilyer writes-
I have news for them. We don’t fear them. We think they are beneath contempt, these rabbles of rabid radicals. In America, we are above these hoodlums, and we transcend them. We are a society of ordered liberty, and we have endured worse than these pathetic paraders will muster. They have Saul Alinsky. We have James Madison and George Washington.
Bring it on scum. Time for a clean out of traitors and fifth columnists whose intent is to destroy America. And if the Kenyan thug, the illegal imposter, ends up hanging from a Washington lamp post then all the better.
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