By The Right Scoop


Boehner is now suggesting he might disregard the ‘Hastert Rule’ on upcoming votes on guns, immigration and the budget. Which means he may allow them to be voted on and pass even if most Republicans voted against them.

Levin has had enough and calls John Boeher out, saying he is the water carrier for Harry Reid.

Listen:

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  • M_J_S

    I thought I’d never quote Chevy Chase:  “I want to look him
    straight in the eye and tell him what a cheap, lying, no good, rotten,
    far flushing, snake licking, dirt eating, inbreed, overstuffed,
    ignorant, blood sucking, dog kissing, brainless, dickless, hopeless,
    heartless, fat assed, bug eyed, stiff legged, spotty lipped, worm
    headed, sack of monkey shit he is!!! Halleluah!! Holy shit!! Where’s the
    Tylenol??”

    • froggy19510

      M_J_S Ya! And Boehner is no good either!

      • DawgfanInFL

        Lol!!!

    • 57thunderbird

      M_J_S I would like to compose that as an e- mail and send it off to Boehner since that rancid piece of dogs__t is from my state.Unfortunately not from my district so I can’t effect the voting but as a fellow Buckeye I will still give him an earful!

  • froggy19510

    This is what happens when you get a drunken bufoon RINO elected as Speaker of The House!

    • 57thunderbird

      froggy19510 That is as safe in his district as Piglosi is in hers,unfortunately.

      • froggy19510

        57thunderbird froggy19510 Yes but don’t forget that it was Republicrats that elected him SOH.

        • 57thunderbird

          froggy19510 57thunderbird Republicans perhaps,but not conservatives.

        • froggy19510

          57thunderbird froggy19510 That is true. That is why I called them Republicrats.

        • 57thunderbird

          froggy19510 57thunderbird Oh sorry,I missed that.I just looked at it again. ;-)

  • Stehekin912

    Actually, Mark, I think your restraint in the face of this horror is remarkable.  OK…what do we do RS family?  Write our Congressmen?  At least my Congressman is a Republican – although his resolve has dissolved, he may be prevailed upon to stand….Can Boehner’s seat as Speaker be challenged by someone like, say Michele Bachmann?

    • patriot077

      Stehekin912 Mark Levin has told us that the Speaker does not even need to be a member of congress. Calling on those who hold American traditions and values and can articulate them such as Ted Cruz, Mike Lee.  Dan Bongino.comes to mind. As much as Michele Bachmann is deserving of this honor and responsibility (I love her guts and principles) I doubt she would get the support of the party. Would anyone?
      Eric Cantor and Kevin McCarthy are probably worse than Boehner.

      • Stehekin912

        Then I vote for Mark Levin for Speaker of the House.  He can tell Harry Reid and ThatGuy to shove it up his toadstool and make it work legally, morally and ethically.

        • patriot077

          Stehekin912 He would have my vote for sure!

        • CarolynDixon

          Stehekin912 how about Alan West?

        • Stehekin912

          Allen West is another excellent choice.  I would like to see him back in Congress and on the 2016 presidential ticket as well.

    • OneThinDime

      Stehekin912 Here’s my suggestion.  Quit your job, clean out your 401k, go on unemployment and then SSI.  Get on food stamps.  Force the bank to reduce your principal balance and lower your interest rate.  We need to let the country implode and help it along the way.

  • Gtrjag

    If I lived in Boehner’s district,  I would vote for the democrat before I allowed that SOB to be speaker of the house again. Come on Ohio. Do your country a favor and get rid of this jerk.

    • 57thunderbird

      Gtrjag I wiih I could but he is not from my district.I would support any opponent that is a real conservative with my hard earned money!

  • jcrichichi

    Gee no one saw this coming before Boehner was reelected as Speaker? Oh wait, we did want a new Speaker but they chose him again anyway.
    Lets face the facts. The current GOP leadership don’t want to be a Majority Party anymore. So fine, lets tell all the Tea-Party/Conservative republicans to become Independents right now. Screw em. This way a 3rd party has seats in the House and Senate already so we can add more in 2014

    • OneThinDime

      jcrichichi Cantor would have done the same thing.

      • 57thunderbird

        OneThinDime jcrichichi Yup!

  • Amjean

    The problem is that the majority of republicans support John Boehner.  Otherwise, he would be out as speaker.  In addition, John McCain, etc. are hell bent on destroying the Tea Party along with Rand Paul, Ted Cruz and perhaps Mike Lee because they seem to be the few who are standing up for the constitution and bill of rights.  Additionally, they know what they are talking about.  John Boehner reached his “Peter Principle” a long time ago.
    There may be a variety of reasons why members don’t speak out against him or McCain, etc., however, at this juncture it really doesn’t matter if they were bribed, coerced with promises of perks, money, a seat at the table, whatever.  What they are doing to the citizens of this country is treason.  They are there to defend and preserve the constitution and the bill of rights, not shred them. 
    We have the list of 16 repub senators (those who voted with the democrats on gun control) who need to be defeated when they are up for election.  Now we need a list of house members.  Then we need a huge organization with money and power to start the charge.

    • Wiggy111

      Amjean They supported him because he promised everything would go through the regular bill-making process, but now he appears to be back-tracking on that.

      • http://domain.tid/ jlbs

        Wiggy111 Amjean  There’s a lot of that going around.  Too bad we don’t have a vaccine for it.

      • Amjean

        Wiggy111 Amjean  That may be one reason, however, I am not buying into it being the major reason the majority of the repubs back this crybaby.

    • deTocqueville1

      Amjean Absolutely.

    • steveangll77

      Amjean You have no idea what you are talking about.  Majority right.
      He is leader because he managed to buy his position through back room deals.  Becoming Speaker has little to do with having a majority on your side.  It is just an exercise in cutting the best back room deals.
      If not him then who?  Unfortunately there is simply not a really good alternative.  Why he is Speaker.

      • Amjean

        steveangll77 Amjean   Back at you bub!

  • luvmy3suns

    Boehner is a tool.

    • 57thunderbird

      luvmy3suns He’s a traitor!

      • luvmy3suns

        Sadly, one of many traitors.

  • DawgfanInFL

    For the first time I disagree with Mark, I believe Boehner is better qualified for the “whipping” boy, unless “waterboy” is used in the context of Mel Brooks History of the World Part I “p*** boy”. Please excuse the language.

  • KyRick

    Mr.Boehner if what I am hearing you need to change the R behind your name to a D and also classify your self as a TRAITOR. You swore an OATH to Protect The Constitution and if you allow any bill on Gun Control to Pass the House you have stepped on that sacred piece of paper and do not belong in The House much less Speaker of it. Protect The Second Admendment at all costs. If you allow yourself to be controlled by Harry Reid or The President you do not belong in your position you are not even a real Buckeye so sell your home and move to D.C. as you will not be wanted in Ohio.

  • DawgfanInFL
  • NJK

    I’m not sure if Boehner is a coward, they know something about him and they’re threatening to expose it, or he’s in on it.  I really think he’s a Democrat.

    • Stehekin912

      I know I wouldn’t care what he did if he stops doing it and STANDS for US.

    • 57thunderbird

      NJK I dare to sat he is both,a coward and a democrap.

    • YoJoe

      I firmly believe Boehner is being extorted !
      I heard he is a big drinker and I am sure they have something on him 
      Just speculation of course 
      Why else would he SELL OUT AMERICA?

    • strngernfiction

      NJK He’s a statist, as are most of the GOP critters.

  • YoJoe

    MARK —– Thank You!
    Say it LOUD and SAY it PROUD 
    BOEHNER is a WASTE of SKIN!

  • Malkiel_kol_hakavodlael

    It does appear these republican whack jobs with leader boehner are trying to destroy a house controlled by what should have been republican ……  It’s like a house that is run by a moderate democrat party – Will pi$$ and moan then pass it anyway…    boehner needs to be removed without question now!!!  Republicans better start finding the spines they once had or the people are scr3wed…..

  • Alborn

    boehner is a drunk with no balls. When we need a Newt we have a drunk as the leader of the House

    • notsofastthere

      Alborn The people wanted a Republican who was spontaneous, direct, knowledgeable, took the fight directly to the media and Obama. Newt filled that bill, so they didn’t vote for him.

  • http://cfp4us.org/ AmericanborninCanada

    He’s a freaking spineless ba$tard. water carrier for dingy, golfing bud of dear leader.  stinking Traitor.

    • deTocqueville1

      AmericanborninCanada Okay now tell us how you really feel! Good one.

      • http://cfp4us.org/ AmericanborninCanada

        deTocqueville1 AmericanborninCanada too much? or not enough- because I’ve got more…

        • DawgfanInFL

          Lol!!

  • deTocqueville1

    Thanks Scoop, the whole Levin program was a great ranting expose of the corrupt cesspool which passes as governance in DC these days. He did commend and encourage the few good ones but called out specifically Toomey, Flake and Ayotte and suggested they should be primaried. I agree and I hope constitutional conservatives in those states challenge these jelly fish. I imagine Sarah Palin is frustrated and disappointed at the cave ins (sell outs) by all three.

    • CarolynDixon

      deTocqueville1 when are they up for re-election?  I know lindsay graham is up in 2014.  he will have someone run against him and he will lose.  need to get rid of mcpain and the others who voted for this bill they never read.

    • Amjean

      deTocqueville1  Did Sarah Palin weigh in on this gun control issue yet?  Is she silent or vague in her criticism because she doesn’t want to say anything negative about McCain?  I am curious.

  • jazzee

    Boehner is going to sell us out??????????????????????? had better get on the phone and emails
    what a lying sack of garbage he is…………..God help this country

    • Is_Sense_Common

      jazzee The truth is that Boehner has been selling us out since 2010. He’s nothing but an empty suit politician who has no principles, spine, or testicular fortitude.  He should’ve been given the boot in 2012.  The problem was, the repooplicans couldn’t get their act together to rally support around anyone else, so unless they voted in the majority for someone as Speaker, the gimmecrats would’ve put Pelosi back in.
      The longer term issues are that there’s really no way that they’ll be able to pull themselves together in any cohesive manner by 2016, let alone 2014.  The outlook is dim in DC.

      • Amjean

        Is_Sense_Common jazzee  The only divine hope I have seen is when lightening struck the Vatican!  For me, that was a sign from GOD!  (I hope that wasn’t photoshopped).
        Forgive me, I am not a religious nut or zealot, however, I am hoping that all this turmoil we are experiencing (feels like tornado winds) will lead more of us to seek comfort and advice from God.  God does answer prayers.  You don’t have to be a church goer to believe and pray.

  • sDee

    The die is cast. We are past th point of no return. They all owned by the globalists and bankers.
    This is end game friends. The reality to wrap our heads around is will we be slaves or will we fight.

  • engineman55

    Weepy Boner is about as useful as a roll of used toilet paper.

  • http://www.navalwarfare.blogspot.com/ Libertyship46

    Wow, if Boehner is turning into such a major RINO, I’m amazed he still has the job as Speaker of the House. It always, ALWAYS, seems that Republicans have to bend and compromise, while liberal Democrats always get what they want. It’s about time that stops, but we need Republican leadership that will make it stop. Right now we certainly do not have it.

  • coralchristie

    I’ve always thought that Boehner is a Progressive Republican whose loyalties lie with the agenda of progressivism no matter who is in power. He’s dangerous because he pretends to be conservative, stays under the Republican mantle and fraternizes with and seemingly benignly agrees with progressive programs and policies. My opinion solidified when his leadership of a solid majority in the House failed to do “anything” at all to defund or otherwise stop the implementation of Obamacare. There was much that could have been done and he did nothing! Now on legislation that will take away Second Amendment Rights he’s in lock step with the likes of Harry Reid. We have a serious problem in Congress…the anti-Constitutionalists are in the majority.

  • MontyRay

    Whether or not my political views are now an extreme minority view or not, the GOP has made me feel like a minority for some time now. Pretty sad when I can count like-minded representatives on my fingers in both Houses of Congress. I’ve been in constant face palm status for years.

    • Conservative_Hippie

      MontyRay With you!

  • https://sites.google.com/site/warpminesblog/ warpmine

    Idea. Let us send Boner a boat load of water bottles to his offices to get the point across.

  • BearNJ

    Boehner showed his true colors last year. The Conservatives had the chance to stop him as speaker. Crying John promised to go back to regular order and the foolish conservatives in the house believed him. Once immigration is passed it really doesn’t matter who is elected in 2014. The liberals need immigration because secular liberal  families are marrying later if at all and having fewer kids. More traditional Evangelical and traditional religious people have more children. That will favor the GOP but they will throw it away. Boehner and the Rinos are too stupid to realize they are cutting  the GOP’s throat. They want to get 40% of the vote. They’ll be lucky they get 20%. I think there are a lot more than 11 million illegals. If you accept their number that at least 8-9 million more Democratic voter. You can be sure that the Obama bureaucrats will be there processing the paper work and registering voters.

    • applepie101

      Assuming that the rinos are stupid is being far too charitable. They’re personally corrupt, looting the nation right along with the democrats.

  • PaulLeslie

    “Gutless, unprincipled men.”  We need to add “treacherous” to those adjectives.  The democrat party has proved to be the enemies of freedom as they work to subvert the Constitution and our liberty.  Sadly, they are being enabled and supported by these gutless, unprincipled, treacherous republicans. 
    They have proved that their oath of office means nothing to them.  Americans had better get over the idea that we can depend on our governement to reverse the tide of tyranny.  Other than a handful of republicans, the dems and repubs have joined hands to sell us out. 
    Reagan said government is the problem.  It’s now worse, government is our most dangerous enemy.

  • KirkFraser

    Boehner’s unAmerican tendencies could be seen when he agreed with Pelosi to hire a Jesuit as Congressional Chaplain.  This put a person loyal to the Rev. 17 great harlot’s black pope in charge of what Congress thinks about God, giving them skewed ideas of absolute perfection every day.  Remember Congress was originally a church greater than the sum of its member’s denominations, where everyone could speak what they believed God was telling them and they spent 3 hours in Bible study and prayer before getting down to the nation’s business.  To chose a prostituted religion to program Congress instead of someone like David Barton who might have converted Congressmen and women to the full faith and practice of the original Congress is a guarantee of Congress continuing its modern failures.  I think it is appropriate to use the term crocodile tears.  To move beyond the first congress would be http://www.freetom.info/truechurch

  • Laurel A

    Republicans learned absolutely nothing from the last election defeats.

    • PaulLeslie

      Laurel A That statement certainly applies to the repub leadership and party. 
      It seems true for the individual republican as well, e.g. how many times have republicans returned RINOs like McCain and Graham to office. 
      We’ve got to do something different – only vote on strong conservatives who actually a comitted to their oath of office and will support and defend the Constitution.

      • Laurel A

        PaulLeslie Laurel A Oh to be sure there are many on our side of the aisle that are guilty of what they accuse. They either blindly vote party line without a thought or they vote their ignorance. 
        We must help them to see the truth and the light but it’s going to be painful.

  • JimmyTravis

    “AMINOS”, WHAT IN THE HELL IS THAT? So I
    walked into this bar in Washington
    D.C. and I spied a group of
    so-called Republicans in a plush booth and well into their cups.. They were
    laughing and giggling so hard I figured it must be at my expense. I overheard
    one of them call me out, “Hey dude, don’t you write for the Tea Party? I walked
    over to where he was holding his sides with laughter and said, “You know we
    used to call you folks ‘Rinos’ but I just changed it.It’s now ‘Aminos’,Americans in name only”. Dear readers: Yesterday
    16 Aminos voted to not allow a filibuster to stop them from shooting holes in
    our 2nd Amendment rights. Now, “ain’t that just too damn bad”, to
    pirate a line from South Pacific. Everytime our communist president makes a law
    it’s a joke; and everytime he makes a joke it’s a becomes a law.

  • JayMichaelDevereaux

    There are two fundamental problems with the federal government’s current gun regulation plans.
    1. It is not constitutional for the federal government to pass any gun regulations whatsoever. The second amendment clearly states the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. That means they cannot make a law restricting guns. What they can do is pass a constitutional amendment that in amends the Second Amendment or replaces. This must then be ratified by three fourths of the states. They have no constitutional authority to do anything else.
    2. You hear politicians, including Republican Pat Toomey, make statements like we all agree that criminals and the mentally ill should not have firearms. They are trying to expand background checks, which at the federal level again they have no constitutional authority to do. Then by adding in the language that will restrict gun ownership by those declared mentally ill or that have a criminal background, they violate the 14th amendment’s equal protection clause which does not allow legislation to single out one group of citizens over another. In order to do this legally all they can do is pass another constitutional amendment, which must be approved by Congress and then sent to the states to be ratified by three fourths of the states.
    In short, everything they are trying to do regarding gun restriction/regulation is unconstitutional. The question is are we going to sit around and tolerate it or are we going to take action?
    The points I make in the examples above are the way we should be discussing the issue and forcing them to face the fact that they do not have the authority to do this. I encourage anyone that has access to a senator or congressman to have this discussion with them. The time is now, not after they pass it.

  • applepie101

    Every house member who voted Boehner back in as speaker is also responsible for this, and should  be voted out of office, without exception..

  • Speak Up

    Mark Levin was correct when he said that this “gun control” bill – aka truly “people control” bill – was an unconstitutional vote on the 2nd Amendment – and we have drunken sailors doing this….see the Washington Times article on the boat used to “liquor up” our “representative” to get them to do this…
    And he’s right again – this time about Mr. Boehner.  Who seems clueless as to the illegality of this bill.
    Every Representative voting for this doesn’t even understand the Constitution and the procedures laid out to amend it or the Amendments….they are doing an end-run around it.  How utterly frustrating!  And hurtful!

    • Speak Up

      Let me add why I think they got even Boehner to go along with Harry Reid:
      In the kickbacks spread around to control boards and councils system as unwittingly owned to me by the former Mayor
      of San Francisco/20-year Assembly Leader when he threatened me for
      reporting kickbacks at the lowest level at the  University of California
      and brought to him for him to do so in a “back alley meeting” by a
      former President of the San Francisco School Board  (who later admitted
      screaming laughing that “EVERYBODY” was involved in kickbacks and
      threatened my life twice in two minutes) ….  we have the power-greedy
      psychopaths leading the financially greedy into unconstitutional waters.
      I think that is how Harry Reid got the Democrats and a bunch of Boehner Republicans to vote for this.  No doubt about it.
      We need to vote them all out and teach future politicians we don’t want them off
      boards and councils where they were controlled by their handlers, dumb
      enough to do it….with kickbacks apparently…from school bond funds in a number of cases 
      (think I am kidding?)…so the handlers destroying this country now with
      glee from Washington “own” everyone who gets in at the federal level. 
      Just beautiful.
      There are some very evil people trying to control all of us – for what!?!?  They won’t have us as slaves anymore and have to do the janitorial work themselves if this keeps up.  We need to put all the dirty politicians where they belong, with the keys thrown away.