Friday, June 8, 2012

Boehner dumps his Martin Bormann.

John Boehner's fresh start. It will be interesting to see if this presages any change in Old Yellowstain's Gunwalker cover-up assistance.


Anonymous said...

"But that points to Boehner’s larger problems, aides and lawmakers say. He delegates power broadly, and then trusts that his colleagues will always act in the best interest of the party first."

Trust but verify, Johnny.

Your secretive chief-of-staff has insulated you from day-to-day decisions but this has unfortunately made you look feckless and irresolute.

You need to be more actively engaged in the political fight.

Show your mettle by pushing forward the Fast and Furious investigation, wherever it may lead.

Please know that the 3s have your 6.

Best regards,

Anonymous said...

"While Jackson was Karl Rove’s deputy at the White House, Sommers was building some of the legislative strategy that helped the GOP stay relevant in the minority".

If Boehner dumped someone who was closely associated with Karl Rove, that's a good thing! Whether it's a waste of time or not, I have been calling Boehner's office on a regular basis to urge him to support Issa and file contempt charges already! After Tuesday's win in Wisconsin, I am hoping that Johnny may have an epiphany!

Mt Top Patriot said...

A Karl Rove elite dead elephant operative. Figures.
Now why is that not surprising,
and why the stonewalling.

Those guys are worse than King Putt.

With Republican's like that who needs obama?