It turns out, Speaker of the House John Boehner and Barack Obama have much more in common than nicotine addiction and a high melanin quotient (more on Boehner’s suntan in just a minute).
Boehner recently shocked and angered millions of us, who are already routinely nauseated by Obama’s endless lies and usurpation, when he answered an interviewer’s question by saying emphatically that he “trusts Obama absolutely.”
The interviewer pressed him about that word, asking, “Absolutely?” Without missing a beat, Boehner replied “Absolutely.”
Boehner went on to say that he and Obama have a “very good relationship” which is “one of trust and friendship.”
Gag me with a 2,700 page bill.
Boehner, of course, tried to qualify his rancid bilge by acknowledging that he and Barry Hussein have “big differences.” So what? He lost me at “trusting” Obama.
About a week after he said that, Boehner (along with other key Republican scalawags) then proceeded to publicly condemn a fellow Republican congressman, Alaska Rep. Don Young, for referring to people who had invaded our nation’s sovereign territory with an archaic, yet perfectly deserved, name –“wetbacks.”
That term, “wetback,” derives from the actual behavior of people–not their skin color or anything beyond their control, but their criminal conduct, and the allegorical, residual condition of their skin after having recently swam across the Rio Grande to illegally cross into the U.S. from Mexico. It’s slang, of course, and these days it’s considered off-limits, taboo, in our new police state of diversity uber alles.
Young, who is 70 years old and was serving our country in uniform before most of us were even born, had used the term in a remark about illegal aliens being hired to work on his father’s farm long ago. Young remembers a time when our country actually had a sensible immigration policy. In fact, Young was in the U.S. army about the time when our federal government’s own official policy was to implement the massive Eisenhower-era “Operation Wetback” to round up and deport upwards of a million illegal aliens near our border with Mexico.
The ones who really have earned the right to be offended are veterans like Rep. Young and I, who put our lives on the line to defend our country’s laws and territory and First Amendment, only to be scolded and told to shut up by those who rally to the side of invading armies from the South of the border, telling us not to “disrespect” the illegals!
Of course, Rep. Young has since completely flopped belly-up onto the political pavement and writhed and grovelled, begging forgiveness, while the usual race-grievance hustlers scream for his resignation.
I’ve had it up to my eyeballs with politically-correct, worthless wastes of spinal fibers in the form of so-called Republican leaders. Let someone with cajones, like Trey Gowdy or Ted Cruz, sit in the House Speaker’s chair and represent our side if the likes of Boehner would rather be working on his tan by golfing with Obama, then dining out and sharing cancer sticks with him instead of making Soetoro wish he’d never left Indonesia.
Speaking of Boehner’s tan, do you suppose there’d be any kind of national outcry if some Democrat called him (or any other white man) a redneck? Of course not – skin color and any other trait is fair game as long as it’s whites who are the ones being called names.
Some of us actually thought for a minute that the Republican leadership had found its stones when they refused to cave in during Obama’s cynical, treacherous budget sequester gambit, but that looks to have been just a flash of gold flakes in the prospector’s pan.
Meanwhile, prominent GOP senator Rob Portman has suddenly announced that he’s decided to join the enemy camp, deserting us on the defense of marriage front. He cited his son’s “coming out” as a homosexual as having influenced him to change his mind. Other Republicans have also defected on that issue in recent days.
Even Dr. Ben Carson, who created a national sensation by appearing and sounding so heroically defiant as he stood at the National Prayer Breakfast lectern not long ago and expertly, convincingly denounced just about everything Obama believes in and has done (with Obama himself grimly sitting almost within arm’s reach), has now almost rolled over.
In that speech, Carson went on at considerable length about the damaging effects of political-correctness, emphasizing that it is an Orwellian evil which inhibits meaningful dialogue and destroys our liberty, and prevents us from even addressing and solving our worst problems as a society.
Unfortunately, Carson is now on TV grovelling and licking the posteriors of the gaystapo after they screamed foul over his perfectly reasonable recent remarks against gay marriage.