If you care about your kids the establishment #GOP is finished

by:  Diane Benjamin

Conservatives did not want John McCain.  Then he picked Sarah Palin for VP.  Soon after he muzzled her, she was not allowed to fight Obama or Biden.

Conservatives did not want Mitt Romney.  He fought hard in the primary debates against the conservatives running for the nomination.  Once he secured it, he folded worse than a cheap suit.  He never fought the guy he was running against.

The establishment GOP wants Ted Cruz to shut up.  Why?  Because his Defund ObamaCare strategy failed?  No, because grass root conservatives finally found a real leader.  We found a leader that stands up to not only Obama, but establishment Republicans who refuse to fight for the citizens.  How many billions (trillions) is Obama allowed to redistribute to his friends or throw away before somebody stands up for the people paying for it?  John McCain, Mitch McConnell, Karl Rove, and their ilk are only after power.

Conservatives are done with the GOP losing agenda. The establishment didn’t want Ronald Reagan, Reagan went straight to the American people and won 2 landslide elections.  Evidently, the GOP didn’t notice.10-10-33

Then there is Kathleen Parker, supposed conservative columnist.  She writes a column in the Washington Post.  Her latest is titled:

The crux of Ted Cruz

The Pantagraph reprinted it today, but somehow the title got changed:

GOP needs Cruz controlled

Anybody want to guess who changed the title?  Since whoever changed the title may also have altered the piece, here’s a link to the original:  http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/kathleen-parker-the-crux-of-ted-cruz/2013/10/18/81e3184a-381b-11e3-80c6-7e6dd8d22d8f_story.html

Parker should have worked for McCain and Romney, she sounds just like them:


Each respective goal (who wins the House and Senate in 2014) is equally possible depending on the same single significant determinant: whether Ted Cruz stops talking.

Don’t fight.  Don’t tell the truth.  Don’t talk about the disastrous policies of the Obama administration.

While that thought settles in, we pause to note that, right now, the idea that Republicans could convince anyone that they should be allowed to deliver milk, much less hold the nation’s purse strings, seems remote. 

Ms. Parker finally says something correct.  The country doesn’t want the GOP running anything because they don’t stand for anything!

Ms Parker thinks Cruz undermined what the GOP really wanted:

Tax and entitlement reforms were the real targets for House Speaker John Boehner, who tried in vain to convince his colleagues that they’d have greater leverage during debt-ceiling negotiations. Instead, the tea party insurrectionists in the House, incited by Cruz, opted to defund Obamacare, a doomed effort from the start. Farewell, leverage.

So, Ms. Parker actually believes Obama would have negotiated entitlements and taxes.  I’m sure Obama would have – he wants higher taxes. Organizing for America (Obama’s people) have a never-ending campaign lambasting Republicans for wanting to cut your Social Security and Medicare.  I’m sure Mr. “I will not negotiate” would have caved and real reforms could have been made.

Ms. Parker: You live in a world where people should support the GOP only because they exist.

This is my favorite part of her piece:

This is history now. What lies ahead is the GOP’s internal struggle to determine which wing of the party prevails. And which wing prevails likely will determine the balance of power come 2014. Suffice to say, if Cruz’s voice drowns out the so-called establishment voices, Republicans may as well start investing in camels. The desert awaits.

I guess she doesn’t know about McCain losing to Obama, Romney losing to Obama, Rove’s endorsements who lost in 2012, or the National Debt that flew past $17,000,000,000,000 with the establishment GOP doing very little to stop it.

Later in the article she actually calls Cruz and narcissist!  Probably the same words she would have used for Reagan.  I wonder if she has ever called the president that name?  How about attacking the REAL problem Ms. Parker?  If people like her don’t learn really fast to quit attacking conservatives, in 2014 the conservatives will stay home – just like they did for Romney.

Yes, there is a war in the Republican Party.  We know the Democrats are trying to end capitalism and permanently install themselves in complete control of the people.  Since the establishment GOP doesn’t want to make waves, it’s safe to assume they want their piece at the top too.

Only people like Ted Cruz, Mike Lee, and the other conservatives who stood by him are working to save the country.  Pick a side.  If you think I’m being melodramatic, you already have.




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