Boehner re-elected speaker in midst of public defections. Waaaaaaahhhhh! Waaaaaaahhhh! Gee John, you don’t have to cry about it. (Again!)

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danybhoy
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Well, Boehner is a monkey humping a football…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-RBNCFlJ_2M

…now it may have been a basketball, but it makes my point.

sa_rose
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If Boener is such a terrible speaker, why did the Republicans re elect him? I’m telling you it is all a scam, and I for one and tired of taking the heat caused by the Parties’ insider politics.

poppajoe49
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I think they were afraid of splitting the vote and Pelosi winning.

GhostntheMachine
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There Ya go. Who’s the stalker, btw?

poppajoe49
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Don’t know, and don’t give a shit.
It’s jealousy because they aren’t smart enough to come up with those answers themselves.

sa_rose
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No one knows for sure, since they are too cowardly to comment on WHY they feel the comments deserve DT’s.

flashingscotsman
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The Republicans re-elected a POS Speaker, because the Republicans are POS. Time to toss all the Republicrats, and give somebody new a try.

deepthinker
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The republicans are close to becoming a party of the past, wigs come to mind.

The TEA party is not going to go away. As all of these bullshit taxes begin to show up on the checks and bills. Watch how quickly the “beltway” republican begin to bemoan about them and how they will change things.

SCREW that. I agree SA_Rose they all need to go.

Karmaa
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It is time to get all of these scumbags out. Almost every one of them. Almost every one of them is loyal ONLY to politics, and not to the people they are supposed to be serving.

If al-Queda struck in the capital my first reaction would be “how many did they get” and not particularly sadness. Of course that will never happen, because the terrorists know that as long as they can provide CASH, the congress and the senate are their personal oysters. It is truly sickening.

deepthinker
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I have for years believed in term limits. 12 years and you are done, weather it be in the Senate or in the House. When Congress was established, it was not to be a permanent job for a select few.

What happened to the citizen politician. I know what happened, they died when Truman left office. It is time for a simple rule. If someone wants they elected job, that should be the first step to disqualification for it.

The Senate needs to return to be selected by the state legislatures. As it was originally intended to be. The House was for the populace, the Senate was for the States. That way all parties where represented. Now all we have are blood sucking leaches, who wish to only feather their nest and pad their bank accounts.

As for Boehner, he needed to go. He is weak and to easily pushed around. Screw getting along. As for McConnel, he should have taken a lesson or two from Rand Paul. Paul is not a go along to get along Senator. He stands by his convictions, as for Mitch the bitch. He is all about himself and cutting the next deal behind closed doors.

poppajoe49
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No matter, they wouldn’t get enough.

Progressive Hemrrhoid
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Progressive Hemrrhoid

Like anybody expects that limp-wristed excuse for a speaker to do anything but squat and make grunting noises every time “Dear Leader” says shit.

Jim Stewart
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This time I was crying over his re-election.

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