Boehner chastises Conservatives in Congress to Stop Interfering with Passing the Liberal Agenda

Posted by PITHOCRATES - December 15th, 2013

Week in Review

The establishment Republicans are getting sick and tired of conservatives.  Their base.  And they’re starting to speak out against them in harsher tones they rarely if ever use on Democrats (see Why The GOP Civil War Just Exploded Out Into The Open — Again by Brett LoGiurato posted 12/12/2013 on Business Insider).

On Dec. 12, House Speaker John Boehner finally conveyed the bewildered sentiment that so many Republicans shared as far back as August.

Speaking at a press conference where he said outside conservative groups have “lost all credibility,” Boehner referenced comments that Heritage Action CEO Michael Needham made toward the end of October’s federal government shutdown — one that Boehner suggested Republicans were pushed into by the “defund Obamacare”-happy outside conservative groups.

“Everybody understands that we will not be able to repeal this law until 2017,” Needham had told Fox News — as in, repeal isn’t possible until a Republican is in the White House. To Boehner, that was a tacit admission that these groups knew their strategy was unworkable.

Well, that’s the problem the conservatives have with the establishment Republicans, isn’t it?  Winning the White House.  Which they haven’t been able to do with the last two establishment Republican candidates.  Both who proudly proclaimed that they could reach across the aisle and work with Democrats.  Which basically meant that they would help the Democrats pass their liberal agenda.  By NOT trying to advance a conservative agenda.  What 40% of the electorate wants.

Being that about 40% of the electorate is conservative these Democrat-lite candidates didn’t rally the Republican base.  The 21% of the electorate that is liberal were never going to vote for a Republican.  And the moderates in the middle who lean Democrat vote for the real Democrat candidate.  Not the Democrat-lite candidate.  Always.

This is why the conservatives in Congress are a bit exasperated with the establishment Republicans.  Because they lose the election that matters.  By NOT running a conservative candidate.  And they never push back on the liberal agenda as they are so afraid that the media will say bad things about them.  Or liberals won’t like them.  It’s either that or the establishment Republicans, like liberals, want big government.  Because they, too, like the money and the power.  And don’t want any of that limited government nonsense.  That thing our Founding Fathers gave us.

When was the last time that the Republicans won by a landslide?  That’s right.  When they ran a conservative candidate.  Ronald Reagan.  Another conservative the Republican establishment didn’t like.

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