Saturday, April 25, 2015

Republicans Who Voted For Loretta Lynch Voted For The Abuse Of Executive Power. "Things have been running a lot smoother since the GOP took over. No more obstruction. Just a lot of capitulation."

Mitch McConnell could have made a case against Obama’s overreach. Now, he’s complicit.


Anonymous said...

Kentucky must be one confusing state to live in these days. Lucky enough to have Rand on one side and unlucky enough to have McConnell on the other. Even "insane"-McCain voted against her!..And I still say McConnell looks like the dude in the Hannibal Lechter movies that put out the bounty on Lechter for cutting his face up years earlier..LOL

Anonymous said...

That was the "Mason Verger" character. I liked that movie because it gave some great ideas about what to do with homicidal, genocidal terrorists once they are captured. Feed them to hungry carnivorous wild hogs feet first while rolling a video camera, then post those videos on you tube to demoralize and terrorize the terrorist community.

Anonymous said...

Let's not forget that Rand endorsed McConnell in the primary. So much for principles. Boehner, McConnell and their ilk appear to be infiltrators from the CPUSA, much like the CPUSA captured the demoncrats, they are now capturing the republican party. I doubt that there is enough time left for a third party to make a difference.

Uncle Elmo said...

"Mitch McConnell could have made a case against Obama’s overreach. Now, he’s complicit."

Exactly right, Mike. As are Ayotte, Flake, Portman and Johnson. I shall remember them personally as Lynch violates the Constitution in support of the criminal invaders.

As for Kirk, Collins, Gramnesty, Cochran and Hatch, they were already complicit in Obama's 'transformation of America'.

Anonymous said...

Kentucky I guess, can't tell what this very useful traitor is actually doing in DC.

That would be typical of RINO politicians.

The locals probably don't report it because they agree with his actions and he is thereby, protected.

Anonymous said...

McCain had Flake vote yes for him, since McCain is going to try to buy his senate seat for another six years in next year's election. I hope one of AZ's stronger congressman will step up to challenge McCain. He has got to go! Flake is just McCain's lap dog, he needs to go too.

Anonymous said...

"I'll tip my hat to the new constitution
Take a bow for the new revolution
Smile and grin at the change all around
Pick up my guitar and play, just like yesterday
Then I'll get on my knees and pray
We don't get fooled again"

Who - Won't Get Fooled Again

Anonymous said...

We are done!!
Those wanting to save andnkeep America as Founded daily seem to be a dieing shrinking people.
We can preacher to the choir day and night , night and day, blog by blog ....
Daily it seems hate for America grows and Traitorous American Politicians join the Facist Party of America.

All we have, lost!!!


But that doesn't mean we can't ... Make it hard and expensive for the Collectivist Facist's !!!