Monday, June 11, 2012


Breaking: John Boehner And Our Republican Leaders Are Planning To Betray Us Again And Scuttle The Fast And Furious Investigation Because They Believe You Won't Make Them Pay The Price For Their Cowardice. As reported by the Western Center for Journalism: "Sources in Washington, DC have told blogger and citizen reporter Mike Vanderboegh that Republican leaders have already decided to close down the Fast and Furious investigation and halt contempt proceedings against Eric Holder, because they DON'T THINK that 'they will suffer for failure to follow through. ... They think if they let Issa fail, that it will only be a story in the blogosphere for a day... that they can weather it.'” [Emphasis Ours] Vanderboegh attributes this imminent betrayal to a fear on Boehner's part that Holder and Obama's minions will play the race card against him, but it doesn't really matter. The real problem is that Boehner and our so-called Republican leaders FEAR THE WRONG PEOPLE. The problem is that they fear Barack Hussein Obama instead of the wrath of a conservative electorate that has been betrayed one too many times by their cowardly accommodations and compromises with the Obama Regime. The problem, as Vanderbough points out, is that our Republican leaders honestly believe that you'll simply FORGET THEIR BETRAYALS and, like good little boys and girls, march into the voting booth in November and reward them in spite of their ineptitude and cowardice. So, they don't think patriotic Americans like you will make them pay the price for their betrayal? ... If that's what they think, they've got another thing coming. We're not going to let them get away with it. The time to disabuse them of that notion is NOW. The betrayals STOP TODAY. Stop Fooling Around Mr. Boehner: When The American People Told You To Impeach Eric Holder, We Meant It. If you see the latest installment on the Fast and Furious investigation on FOX News in the coming days, know that the report you're viewing may very well be a sick and disgusting charade. If Vanderboegh is right (and we believe he is), the die is already cast and the ultimate plan is to go through the motions and then... DO NOTHING. But it doesn't have to be that way. You can change that. You can keep our Republican leaders honest. You can still make them do the right thing. Of course, we have no reason to doubt Vanderboegh's sources. It's not unreasonable to believe that a Boehner betrayal is imminent simply because this wouldn't be the first time that Boehner and Company, who have slow-walked the investigations into this abuse of power by Holder and the Obama Regime for over a year, have tried to make the Fast and Furious investigation simply go away. As we reported to you previously, our Republican leaders previously floated a scheme that was designed to deceive you into believing that they were holding Eric Holder accountable for his lawlessness, WHILE ACTUALLY DOING NOTHING. They told you that they were going to move to hold Eric Holder in Contempt of Congress... but you weren't fooled by these tough-sounding shenanigans. You knew that a contempt citation would have gone straight to the desk of the U.S. District Attorney for the District of Columbia, Eric Holder's direct subordinate, where it would have sat and gathered dust and grown whiskers. You weren't fooled by the show of bravado, but the mendacity and cowardice in Washington knows no bounds. Our so-called Republican leaders in Congress actually expected you to believe that sending a contempt citation to Holder's direct subordinate in the stonewalling Justice Department was somehow going to yield results. And now that that trial balloon has fallen flat, they're conspiring, yet again, to do nothing and they're hoping the American people will forget that they sat on their hands by the time the November elections roll around. Sorry Mr. Boehner: the American people are not going to forget. The time has come to stop fooling around. When the American people told you to impeach Mr. Holder for his lawlessness, they meant it. Anything less is unacceptable. The time to deliver that message to our Republican leaders is now.

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