|John Boehner, Moi, Doug LaMalfa|
Republicans have many factions and that is a good thing. If there is a good and open debate we hear the ideas and can make a informed decision. Getting those factions to agree is tough. And it should be so. If it was easy we would all be wearing Mao suits.
So the liberals continue telling us what we should do to stay in power which on its face is totally absurd. They are telling us what they fear. So when we read their helpful ideas on how to maintain power for Republicans, I always take the reverse of their advice. Of course there are Gruberized R's but thank goodness most don't fall for the ridiculous leftist help.
The NYT, DailyKos and Politico etal hate the right. So it matters not who our candidate is they will always trash that person. If the Pope was running as a R they would burn him at the stake. Carly Fiorina is a strong and accomplished woman. When I see an attack from the "jon" I know he is afraid of a strong female. He is a misogynist and deserves no sympathy. My guess is his mommy failed to buy the bubblegum in the checkout line and he has become a woman hater.
But, if there is a flop as a leader, it is all the candidates on the democrat side. Hillary is a liar and as we see today, withheld emails on Libya from the FBI. Felonies all. Bernie is running for commissar and someone should tell him that he is running in the wrong country and the wrong time. His time was 1948. O'Malley is a clown who ran Baltimore into the ground. That Chafee fellow from Rhode Island is a clown as well. No accomplishments and a smirky face you can't trust. He is a turncoat you know. All democrats are clowns and their supporters are as well.
John Boehner is retiring and that is good. I have my picture with him and Doug LaMalfa on my table. He was trying to herd cats and was able to do it for five years. Pelosi only did it for four years and America kicked her sorry ass out. Life goes on and America will go as long as we don't give the reins of power back to the democrats. So let's try some new and younger leadership in the House and the Senate as well.