By The Right Scoop


Pat Caddell said yesterday on Fox News that the reason Republican leadership hasn’t pushed for a high level investigation of the IRS for targeting the Tea Party is because they want the IRS to go after the Tea Party:

When you have 71 percent who want an investigation, 64 percent who believe it is a sign of corruption including nearly a majority of Democrats, the reason is the establishment Republicans want the IRS to go after the Tea Party. Got it? They want them to go after the Tea Party because the Tea Parties are an outside threat to their power hold. And I’m telling you the lobbying consulting class of the Republican Party or Republican leadership who have been attacking the Tea Party and alienating them, they want the IRS to do this!


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  • http://www.scifihistory.net/ E. Lee Zimmerman

    BOOM! There it is! The entire political establishment wants the Tea Party gone, which is why nada will come of any serious investigation, hearing, or suspicion.

    • nashusa

      We can donate money and time to defeat RINOs in the upcoming election. We can win if we get in the game. Just voting will not be enough to change things.

      • http://www.scifihistory.net/ E. Lee Zimmerman

        Not really. I respect your opinion, but the problem is “institutional corruption,” and that isn’t won in elections. It’s won in generations. That’s why I’ve stated repeatedly ’round these parts, “No, we’re lost the culture, so we’ve lost the institution.” Yes, we have to start a process of winning it back, but given the fact that it took us about 100 years to get into this mess it’ll take twice as long to fix it. That’s what happens when you give the other ideological start a 100 year head-start.

  • d1comment

    The governing class is all one party…no surprise!

  • D-Dash

    Pat always makes sense. This time in no exception. In fact, I had to refrain from calling him Captain Obvious. He nailed it.

  • Mark edward marchiafava

    NEITHER party is your ally. The sooner you realize and accept this simple fact, the better. Real change comes at the end of a gun barrel.

    • Proud_NIMBY

      Unfortunately that is where this is headed. The last chance we have is amending the constitution through the Article V state process – implementing Mark Levin-style Liberty Amendments. If that doesn’t happen, America will collapse with the outcome being war (civil war, revolution, WWIII, etc). The answer can no longer be found by changing the people in Washington because once they get there they refuse to help us and only make things worse.

      • Corpseman57

        I wouldn’t be so fast to let this group muck about with the Constitution. I doubt we’d like the outcome.

        • Kansas Gal

          Shouldn’t it be term limits, senators selected by the state legislature not elected by people, balanced budget and restoration of state power that was lost? Whatever changes they make they will still be pretty limited to what they can do from what I understand.

        • Kansas Gal

          Shouldn’t it be term limits, senators selected by the state legislature not elected by people, balanced budget and restoration of state power that was lost? Whatever changes they make they will still be pretty limited to what they can do from what I understand.

        • JohnInFlorida

          Well, if you did something stupid, like actually investigate what it is that ConventionOfStates.com is proposing … AND the fact that there’s NO “mucking about with the Constitution” .. you might find that there is a positive side to what Proud NIMBY says. But I understand that would mean you’d actually have to ACTUALLY DO SOMETHING rather than just sit and gripe about how bad things are.

    • $910553

      The two parties have become nothing more than opposite ends of the same steaming turd.

    • $910553

      The two parties have become nothing more than opposite ends of the same steaming turd.

    • EviLibertarian

      Actually, if you are a taker in this country the democrat party is on your side.

  • WhiteGuy2

    This is why establishment republicans will never win another presidential race. Christie stay home.

  • Latino

    Cerberus the 3 headed dog of Hades—-the heads are named:

    GOP RINOS
    Democrats
    Chamber of Commerce

    • chekme2

      ALL THREE = SH*T.

      • $910553

        But at least you can let the Chamber know what you think of them by boycotting any business that is a member, and letting them know why.

      • $910553

        But at least you can let the Chamber know what you think of them by boycotting any business that is a member, and letting them know why.

  • PhillyCon

    It sure would explain a lot. It seems the R’s are adjusting well to life under their Democrat overlords. It’s Bob Michael and Bob Dole all over again. Ugh.

  • Darlene Johnson

    Now it all makes sense. Neither party wants their crony capitalist ways interrupted. Always follow the money!

    • MyBrainHurts

      good morning Darlene glad to see you are awake now :)

    • MyBrainHurts

      good morning Darlene glad to see you are awake now :)

  • bongobear

    In my opinion, he is correct.

  • Dialogos68

    Neo-Cons = Neo-Libs
    Bush, Cheney, Graham, McCain, Christie = Obama, Clinton, Reid and Pelosi

    They will all smear libertarians and the Tea party. Ron Paul won Iowa in 2012, but the Rep Party lied and the liberal media was their to help in the cover-up.
    Both groups have no elegance to our Constitution but for our growing police state, the Federal Reserve, Wall Street, Bilderberg, CFR, IMF, DOW Chemical and Monsanto, etc…
    It is all the left vs. right political stooges, the Neo-Cons and Neo-Libs who continue to ignore our Constitution. Bush, McCain, Obama and Clinton are the real traitors and sell-outs to the growing corporate plutocracy we are entering.
    This is an age similar to Socialist Germany in the 1930s. Government propaganda and special interests control our media. The government spies on its people and asks them to spy on each other. Clueless Americans… Let’s give up our constitutional rights for “Fear of Men in Caves”! Sad…..

    The only two potential candidates that I trust are Rand Paul and Ted Cruz.

    • James

      Bilderberg? Monsanto?
      Seriously?
      These talking-points sound downright left-wing to me.

      • Dialogos68

        OMG…. So you drink the Neo-Con Kool Aid too…. Come on don’t be a sheeple…. Any REAL libertarian knows about this. But, go ahead and eat your processed GMO and get cancer…. BTW, The Bilderberg told Hillary to drop out in May 2008 so Obozo could become President and that she would be taken care of later….. And i assume that a corrupt Fed is some Left wing conspiracy too… Why don’t you do a little research bud.

        • James

          You spout out all the right catch phrases of that odd melding of the Green left and the Paulian right:

          “Bilderberg”

          “sheeple”

          “processed GMO”

          “Monsanto”

          “corporate plutocracy”

          Never heard any of those before…

          Your conspiratorial jargon gets you nowhere and only makes you look like a kook.

          • Dialogos68

            Never heard of any of those?… Obviously if your a clueless hick! So i could care less… I see 11 ups and your 1 vote down, so thank God the rest are not losers like you. Learn to read or go back under your rock.

          • Marla Hughes

            Yup. I’m seeing Paulbots all over the conservative comment sections lately. Sometimes they can hide in plain sight if the topic doesn’t go on too long or doesn’t hit their Google Alerts, but once his name is invoked, you’ll see them piling in.

            • James

              Thank you, Marla. They are bullies, and they need to be stood up to.

  • rockychance

    The sicko Rinos only care about lining their pockets with gold while the middle class working families pay for it. Boehner, Ryan, Bush crowd, Christie, McCain and so on are traitors to the working people of America so I say, “On to the top-Ted Cruz.”

  • Texas1974

    Well there you have it……… the plain and simple truth, direct and easy to understand. Thanks Pat.

  • ForMotionCreatv

    Exactly. And the GOP-E is on board with Obamacare, they just want to grandstand for political expediency in 2014, but won’t do anything to counter is because they want to take the power and control of it. These guys MUST GO. TEA Party all the way 2014 and 2016.

    • jamie

      The GOPers are getting their campaigns ‘greased’ by the same healthcare gougers that are on board with Obamacare. Money talks and the people walk – right into poverty.

    • jamie

      The GOPers are getting their campaigns ‘greased’ by the same healthcare gougers that are on board with Obamacare. Money talks and the people walk – right into poverty.

  • DINORightMarie

    Your clip didn’t let him finish – what did Pat Cadell say was “… – worse…”?!

  • Eric Meckes

    Well of course the establishment Republicans are trying to take out the Tea Party because the “ESTABLISHMENT” Republicans aren’t true Republicans, just establishment Democrats masquerading as Republicans. They are scared to death that the American public is starting to FINALLY figure this out. We essentially have a 1 party system now, time to say ENOUGH.

    • Marridge

      Amen and AMEN.

  • CicerosGhost

    Sigh…. Is the ‘Republican Party’ salvageable?

    When the ‘Whigs’ collapsed, the cause was easily attributable to ‘the departure’ of the principled few that left the party to start their own. Within 6 years, the Whigs ceased to exist and the ‘Republican Party’ had been established as the 2nd major US political party.

    Maybe it’s time that ‘the principled few’ to leave the Republicans and start their own…. again.

    • jonw

      Conservatives don’t need the GOP to be viable. You can call the party whatever you will.

    • jonw

      Conservatives don’t need the GOP to be viable. You can call the party whatever you will.

    • MyBrainHurts

      now days with the oppression of anyone trying to buck the “two party” system it would probably take twice as long or more and I don’t know if the country can survive that long

      • CicerosGhost

        The RINOs DEPEND on the ‘cover’ provided by the association with the principled few. If they lose that ‘cover’ they fall almost overnight.

      • CicerosGhost

        The RINOs DEPEND on the ‘cover’ provided by the association with the principled few. If they lose that ‘cover’ they fall almost overnight.

    • rudeyobnoxious

      No. The rank and file Republicans who populate these fifty United States need to rise up and topple the national leadership and their scumbag straphangers in Washington. This kind of BS isn’t happening in the state and local Republican committees and legislatures. At least not where I live.

    • James

      The problem with your analogy is that the Whig Party only existed for 27 years before it collapsed. In less than a month the GOP will be 160 years old. It is much more established than the Whigs and trying to rid yourself of it will be much harder and take much longer than you think.

      • CicerosGhost

        It’s just ‘a brand’ and that brand is, more frequently than not, failing to actually REPRESENT the majority of their base.

        How do they persist in spite of that?

        They use the ‘principled few’ as cover by association.

        If that ‘cover’ disappears, they aren’t a national party of consequence anymore.

        • James

          Does any other party’s “brand” have the representation you are looking for?

    • Jazz1232

      Way past time.

  • Clover11111

    This is why voters who are truly conservative know the party is infested with rinocrats and they just stay home. Why vote for someone who like a Boehner turns out to be two faced?

  • jonw

    McConnell changed the senate procedures to pass the bill lifting the debt limit without requiring the typical 60 votes and was irate with Ted Cruz. McConnell even claimed he was “trying to save the country” by not requiring 60 votes. Having said that, McConnell promptly voted against the debt ceiling increase. So in other words he wanted the house bill to pass the senate but he wanted to have his record show he voted against it. These phonies need to be called out. They are only conservative when it’s convenient.

  • sDee

    Of course. Elephants and Donkeys. Two sides of the same Progressive coin.

    A cousin in Europe emailed me in the summer of 2008 asking if Americans knew they had a Marxist running against a Socialist.

    The Tea Party movement is nothing more than constitutionalsts and conservatives waking up to what their party has become.

    Sadly those who pull the (D) lever in the voting booth do not want to face that ugly reality, and realize that their party too is the party of oligarchs.

  • Corpseman57

    Boehner hates the Tea Party more than he does the Democrats.

  • Texmom

    This is why this impeachable offense has not been and will not be investigated. Both parties demonize the Tea Party.

  • Robert A Mitchell

    The one who made the comment that the only change is at the end of a gun, is way out of line and I truly do not believe he/she completely comprehends the end result. It will not make us any more secure in our rights as citizens. The outcome will not be what you can expect and one that we will live to regret. We have the means necessary to make change and to do it with violence is the lazy way out.

    That said, Pat Caddell regardless that he is a democrat speaks the truth and nothing but the truth concerning this manner. We who visit this site have very much taken our beer goggles off concerning both parties and have replaced those beer goggles with a BS detector. Mine did not go off when he made that statement.

    • Stephanie Kelley

      You’re correct but you did not mention that the liberals already point the barrel of the government’s gun at their opponents.

      • Robert A Mitchell

        Mentioning the obvious should not justify any action that would be violent and to place ourselves in a situation that is deemed harmful will not rectify our claim to a wrong. That makes us as guilty as they, where our cause should be one that is just and non-violent.

      • Robert A Mitchell

        Mentioning the obvious should not justify any action that would be violent and to place ourselves in a situation that is deemed harmful will not rectify our claim to a wrong. That makes us as guilty as they, where our cause should be one that is just and non-violent.

        • TxSon

          You would still be paying taxes to the Crown were it not for brave men willing to point a gun at the face of tyranny.

    • Mark edward marchiafava

      Way out of line? LOL, you need to make contact with reality. Unless, of course, you’re another of those poor, misguided folk who still believe you can create Utopia via legislation.

    • Mark edward marchiafava

      Way out of line? LOL, you need to make contact with reality. Unless, of course, you’re another of those poor, misguided folk who still believe you can create Utopia via legislation.

  • Shane Behling

    It always happens this way……….look back in history to ALL the failed empires………..the last to see it coming is those in power…..MARXIST=DEMOCRATS=TERRORIST All the same.

    • Mark edward marchiafava

      Oh, they see it coming, alright, and are making plans for it.

  • Mad Dog

    I wish I could say this is hard to believe.

  • PasoFinoCA

    The hardcore old white guy Republican Party and their super-structure protectionist racket of saving their own cushy jobs/perks, not addressing the spending problems, not developing a strong cohesive conservative message and platform is why they no longer receive five figure $ checks from our family.

    • mr.Truth

      Your “family” is no doubt the 3 or 4 new friends you met last night in the steam bath :) …Your “type” are usually on the “dole” and support or are …welfare addicts, drug and alcohol abusers , homosexuals , prison inmates etc…which are the BASE of the Dem party and vote about 97% for leftists who give you freebies like free phones in exchange for you vote.

      • PasoFinoCA

        Thou shalt not assume. I have never taken welfare, or unemployment or any government assistance. I own two businesses which I started without help from family, friends or a bank. My businesses are debt free. I pay five figures in taxes each year, volunteer on many community projects (including one to help addicts recover and build skills) and Wounded Warriors, and started a program in a women’s prison to help them learn computer skills so they could be more productive when they exit. No wonder your first moniker is lower case, so is your commentary and reasoning.

        The Republican National Committee has been regressive, closed, non-communicative, and controlled by the same people for decades. They have been cowardly in the face of actions taken by the President and they have not done a good job of communicating with much of anybody but each other.

    • oldspeak

      I want to believe what you say until you type “old white guy.” Either you’re stealing the left’s messaging, or you are the left. Gee, because there are so many black women in leadership roles with the Democrats! Please. Their problems have nothing to do with age or skin color.

    • oldspeak

      I want to believe what you say until you type “old white guy.” Either you’re stealing the left’s messaging, or you are the left. Gee, because there are so many black women in leadership roles with the Democrats! Please. Their problems have nothing to do with age or skin color.

      • PasoFinoCA

        The Republicans have marginalized women (black, white and yellow) within the party senior management structure, and the age of management of the Republic Party is over middle age. They have decided to support the status quo, like WY Senate race, or previously AZ race…..and have not been aggressive when female candidates are attacked and ridiculed (Palin, Brewer, Hailey). They have not started a Republican Black Caucus to counter the Democrat Black Caucus. They have not reached out to college students with messaging and platform which addresses young people. They have repeatedly gone to the old white guys as the “voice” of the party(McCain, Graham, King, McConnell, Hatch, etc) and have marginalized if not ignored Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, Lee and other conservatives.

        The problems do have to do with a super-structure of the management of the party and refusal to change and get on a cohesive conservative message and actions.

        Why isn’t Condi Rice more active? Or Sarah Palin? Or other conservative women? Why isn’t Dr. Carson embraced by the Party hierarchy?

  • snapperman

    The Weeper and his posse aren’t winning a lot of friends amongst us peons by constantly attacking the ONLY people who are willing to STAND UP for R principles.

    • TxSon

      hmmm. Unfortunately “R” principles are hardly different from “D” principles. What is the real difference between driving off the cliff at 100 MPH vs 80 MPH? TEA party is going to have to realize they will have to accept Libertarian principles in order to achieve their goals.

    • TxSon

      hmmm. Unfortunately “R” principles are hardly different from “D” principles. What is the real difference between driving off the cliff at 100 MPH vs 80 MPH? TEA party is going to have to realize they will have to accept Libertarian principles in order to achieve their goals.

  • Mark edward marchiafava

    tyrants rarely relinquish power voluntarily.

    • TxSon

      Do they EVER relinquish power voluntarily? I can’t think of a case.

    • TxSon

      Do they EVER relinquish power voluntarily? I can’t think of a case.

  • Taurnil Oronar

    He makes a very valid point and given the behavior of Bohener and the rest completely plausible.

    • Ted

      It’s not a valid point, it’s conjecture. However, there’s no denying it has plausibility, and unfortunately, both Republicans and the wacko right share responsibility if true. But then who would want to be lumped in with wackos?

    • Ted

      It’s not a valid point, it’s conjecture. However, there’s no denying it has plausibility, and unfortunately, both Republicans and the wacko right share responsibility if true. But then who would want to be lumped in with wackos?

      • oldspeak

        His valid point was that the conjecture is plausible. But you’re an idiot, so I wouldn’t expect you to understand that.

        • Ted

          Well, if I’m an idiot, I shudder to think what that makes you. I mean you need to explain that -conjecture- is a valid -point-? Clearly, you’re a public school alumnus.

  • jamie

    Wow someone finally figured it out. GOP establishment is in bed with the Dem-Lib-Marxists.

  • mr.Truth

    The Republican Rino doesn’t fear it’s “brother” …the Left and democrats – it fears the Right and the Tea Party.

    • Mark edward marchiafava

      Naw, they only fear armed Amerikans.

  • Biggly88

    You know we can now all expect visits from the FBI, NSA, IRS or one of the many other initialed government groups under control of Obama. With DHS, IRS and others stockpiling guns and weapons, and the national guard practicing sieges on Christian conservative American gun owners, the future for those of us who disagree with the status quo in this country seems a little rocky at this point. Or … maybe I’m just getting a little jaded in my old age.

    • $910553

      I’ll be glad to give them all directions to hell, which is where they belong for their treason. Every one of those filthy maggots swore an oath to the Constitution before they pinned on that badge, yet NOT EVEN ONE OF THEM will honor that oath. Worst of all are the God damned SS enablers.

    • $910553

      I’ll be glad to give them all directions to hell, which is where they belong for their treason. Every one of those filthy maggots swore an oath to the Constitution before they pinned on that badge, yet NOT EVEN ONE OF THEM will honor that oath. Worst of all are the God damned SS enablers.

  • Roger Jones

    Paraphrasing Limbaugh, the Republican establishment does not want to change Washington and save the country, they just want to be in charge of the spending.

    • Mark edward marchiafava

      LOL, that’s just too funny. Rush has made millions shilling for the R’s and now he’s CRITICIZING them? Don’t blame me, I voted for Ron Paul.

      • Vina Sestonari

        I’m not seeing what’s funny. Limbaugh IS a jackazz but even a jackazz is sometimes correct. He often criticizes the Republican party (often as in, practically every show).

        Are you disagreeing with the statement? Do you not agree that the Republicans have no principles and just want to be in charge? Limbaugh says that often.

        So do tell me what is so amusing.

      • Vina Sestonari

        I’m not seeing what’s funny. Limbaugh IS a jackazz but even a jackazz is sometimes correct. He often criticizes the Republican party (often as in, practically every show).

        Are you disagreeing with the statement? Do you not agree that the Republicans have no principles and just want to be in charge? Limbaugh says that often.

        So do tell me what is so amusing.

        • Mark edward marchiafava

          If Rush TRULY felt that way, he would not have so thoroughly dissed Ron Paul.

          • TxSon

            Rush didn’t diss Ron Paul on his principles. He just pointed out that Ron Paul had a way of sounding like a lunatic when stating his principles.

          • Roger Jones

            I think he was wrong most of the time when he talked about Dr. Paul. I voted for Paul every chance I had. But, Limbaugh is still a lot closer to the truth we need to hear than 90% of the talking heads out there.

        • TruthDetector

          “So do tell me what is so amusing.”

          Who’s stupid enough to listen to “practically every show” produced by a “jackazz”?

          Vina Sestonari, that’s who.

      • Roger Jones

        Pay attention. I am not a huge Limbaugh fan, but, yes he has been attacking the moderate and progressive Republicans plenty over the years for a lot of their actions and statements.

      • Roger Jones

        Pay attention. I am not a huge Limbaugh fan, but, yes he has been attacking the moderate and progressive Republicans plenty over the years for a lot of their actions and statements.

      • kamiller42

        Rush has been criticizing the “mushy middle” for a really long time. “Show me the great moderates in history.” The problem is the portions of the GOP he defended in the past are becoming smaller and smaller. Also, sometimes he and others defend the GOP because the alternative is much worse, e.g. defending Romney to prevent getting Obama.

      • Jonathan777

        Ron Paul is soft on amnesty which will be the final nail in the coffin for this country. When it comes to your vote… thanks for nothing.

      • Jonathan777

        Ron Paul is soft on amnesty which will be the final nail in the coffin for this country. When it comes to your vote… thanks for nothing.

    • Ted

      You really shouldn’t be quoting the fat clown who’s mainly responsible for Obama winning two terms.

      • Roger Jones

        I quote whoever I think is correct. I blame the establishment press that is either too wicked or to ignorant to point out that Obama’s promises and his actions are galaxies apart.

        • Ted

          You’d quote Hitler, Stalin, and a stopped clock then? You could have simply “quoted” yourself. You have had greater standing – until you quoted The Fat One and destroyed it.

  • winds7seas

    The Tea Party are lunatics. They are primarily a political organization and therefore not eligible for a tax-exempt status. They should be investigated by the IRS, and, if found to be cheating on their taxes, be prosecuted. No more tax cheating freeloaders refusing to pay their fair share!

    • Ms. Snow White

      That’s cute. Have a cookie.

    • Mark edward marchiafava

      You won’t find “fair share” in the tax code, but you WILL find that kind of thinking in the communist manifesto. Komrade.

    • mr.Truth

      You fear that they will pass a law that your boyfriend must wear underpants ? Why are you guys on the left always homosexuals , or on welfare or in some drug treatment program or on the dole ?

    • boats48

      So why are you flying the Gadsden? Are you a lunatic? All of these organizations have been audited, name one found in violation! The Tea Party is NOT an organized political party. If it were, the GOP would cease to exist.

      • kamiller42

        He’s not flying the Gadsen. He’s flying a desecrated one. Look closely.

        • Male Man

          Nice catch….

      • kamiller42

        He’s not flying the Gadsen. He’s flying a desecrated one. Look closely.

    • boats48

      So why are you flying the Gadsden? Are you a lunatic? All of these organizations have been audited, name one found in violation! The Tea Party is NOT an organized political party. If it were, the GOP would cease to exist.

    • eyesjamesq

      Get real, the government is ran by tax cheats.

    • SurfaceUnits

      People have already paid taxes on any monies donated to any group. John Kerry parks his 28 million dollar yacht in Rhode Island so that he doesn’t have to pay Massachusetts state taxes on it. Take up that cause you puke. But I’m glad you are skeart.

    • SurfaceUnits

      People have already paid taxes on any monies donated to any group. John Kerry parks his 28 million dollar yacht in Rhode Island so that he doesn’t have to pay Massachusetts state taxes on it. Take up that cause you puke. But I’m glad you are skeart.

    • SurfaceUnits

      It’s better to be the bagger than the baggee

    • SurfaceUnits

      It’s better to be the bagger than the baggee

    • Ted

      Thank you for confirming the image the wacko right has bestowed on all Tea Party members.

    • Ted

      Thank you for confirming the image the wacko right has bestowed on all Tea Party members.

    • jamesdrouin

      And the unions which also have tax-exempt status and give TENS OF MILLIONS to the intellectually retarded left wing liberal Democrats, can they also be prosecuted???

    • jamesdrouin

      And the unions which also have tax-exempt status and give TENS OF MILLIONS to the intellectually retarded left wing liberal Democrats, can they also be prosecuted???

  • boats48

    Sadly, Mr Caddell is correct! The biggest obstacles Tea Partiers face in Congress are John Boehner, John McCain, & Mitch McConnell. The Democrats sit back, laugh, and make political hay out of all of it. Somehow the people have to find a way to break this stranglehold of corruption that is Washington.

  • $6922104

    Very insightful and believable. Boehner is as corrupted as Reid as is the rest of Congress. They are all cut from the same cloth. The establishment is only interested in one thing, preserving its power, whether majority or minority. Forget about acting solely in the interest of upholding your oath to uphold and defend the US Constitution.

  • $6922104

    Very insightful and believable. Boehner is as corrupted as Reid as is the rest of Congress. They are all cut from the same cloth. The establishment is only interested in one thing, preserving its power, whether majority or minority. Forget about acting solely in the interest of upholding your oath to uphold and defend the US Constitution.

  • trampletheweakhurdlethedead

    The GOP is compromised, and nothing more than the swinging member of the demonic-rat’s party. I quit the republican’t party after GW Bush, and have absolutely no faith in this do nothing POS party. Seriously, only a few in the are genuine, although I would not be surprised to see on of the few turn on Conservatives as well.

    • jamie

      It was HW Bush’s performance during the Rodney King riots that I knew there was NO REAL difference between the Dems and GOPers.

    • jamie

      It was HW Bush’s performance during the Rodney King riots that I knew there was NO REAL difference between the Dems and GOPers.

  • trampletheweakhurdlethedead

    The GOP is compromised, and nothing more than the swinging member of the demonic-rat’s party. I quit the republican’t party after GW Bush, and have absolutely no faith in this do nothing POS party. Seriously, only a few in the are genuine, although I would not be surprised to see on of the few turn on Conservatives as well.

  • eyesjamesq

    Of course they do, no politician will ever admit their love for the IRS as a tool of political intimidation.

  • eyesjamesq

    Of course they do, no politician will ever admit their love for the IRS as a tool of political intimidation.

  • http://i1.cpcache.com/product/323509833/fuck_obama_dark_tshirt.jpg?color=Black&height=460&width=460&qv=90 Ricardo Queso

    As I posted on Feb 5 on a WashTimes comments section about Boehner and Rand Paul:

    “…This is why the current members of Congress are working to destroy their conservative opposition. Even the establishment GOP would rather grease the skids to ensure illegal immigrants are fast-tracked to voting status (can you say “executive order”?), because they’d rather never win a significant national majority again than see a conservative majority elected that will reform the system to the point it reduces their level of privilege. Yes, they are traitors – placing their comfort above the constitution and above the will and the demands of their employer-constituents.”

  • TxSon

    BINGO! Give the man a prize!

  • RobL_v2

    The ‘establishment’ GOP is a fifth column which must be defeated before we can go after the Leftists.

  • RobL_v2

    The ‘establishment’ GOP is a fifth column which must be defeated before we can go after the Leftists.

  • Viva-Infidel

    These Parties are colluding against the interests of the People.

    What happens when one mixes Red and Blue??

    The color of Purple, color of Monarchy, Tyranny.

  • Viva-Infidel

    These Parties are colluding against the interests of the People.

    What happens when one mixes Red and Blue??

    The color of Purple, color of Monarchy, Tyranny.

  • mr.Truth

    Rino’s/Demos are afraid that the Tea Party is going to Pass some law that Maurice’s boyfriend will have to wear underpants. That fear is unfounded …BUT …the Tea Party is NOT favorable to giving the “Base” of the Democrats more freebies …you know … those weirdos, the “lazy poor”, the “you owe me” , welfare sponges, Juan Valdez swimming the Rio Grande, unwed mothers , “prisoners” and crack salesmen.

  • Ms. Snow White

    Always follow the money. The “Elections Consultants” make hundreds of million in ad agency fees on campaign donations. Every dollar spent on ad’s generates a percentage for them. Just remember, every political commercial you see or hear paid a commision to the consultants. The consultants are arm and arm with the old establishment GOP, not the Tea Party candidates.
    A Tea Party candidate represent zero revenue to the consultants, so far. Political advertising is the cash cow of your local ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, Clear Channel station. Election years pay for the non-election years.

  • Ms. Snow White

    Always follow the money. The “Elections Consultants” make hundreds of million in ad agency fees on campaign donations. Every dollar spent on ad’s generates a percentage for them. Just remember, every political commercial you see or hear paid a commision to the consultants. The consultants are arm and arm with the old establishment GOP, not the Tea Party candidates.
    A Tea Party candidate represent zero revenue to the consultants, so far. Political advertising is the cash cow of your local ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, Clear Channel station. Election years pay for the non-election years.

  • furtive

    There is one political party in DC: “CORRUPTION AVARICE PARTY”.

    THEY CARE ONLY FOR SELF-enrichment & SELF-AGGRANDIZEMENT.

    JUST LOOK AT CORKER & McConnell during the debt ceiling votes:
    Checkmated!

    Their GREED IS GOING TO BOOMERANG.

    They take their “good fortune” for granted.

    Thsie wimps would never “pledge their lives, their fortunes, or their sacred honor” for the sake of liberty. How do you spell “coward”?

    They will be punished severely, most likely Health issues….

    “Mr. Cruz came to WASHINGTON”…LIFE IMITATES ART!

  • furtive

    There is one political party in DC: “CORRUPTION AVARICE PARTY”.

    THEY CARE ONLY FOR SELF-enrichment & SELF-AGGRANDIZEMENT.

    JUST LOOK AT CORKER & McConnell during the debt ceiling votes:
    Checkmated!

    Their GREED IS GOING TO BOOMERANG.

    They take their “good fortune” for granted.

    Thsie wimps would never “pledge their lives, their fortunes, or their sacred honor” for the sake of liberty. How do you spell “coward”?

    They will be punished severely, most likely Health issues….

    “Mr. Cruz came to WASHINGTON”…LIFE IMITATES ART!

  • JohnKimball

    There doesn’t appear to be two distinct parties in Washington anymore. There is one government/industrial/media complex, riding the gravy train and attacking anyone who threatens to upset the balance.

    The whole Democrat/Republican thing is just a distraction at this point. That’s why anyone who actually acts like a Republican (think Ted Cruz) is hated equally by both parties.

  • Dave

    No doubt in my mind that Mr. Caldwell is likely correct. With Boehner, McCain and others openly denigrating the Tea Party at every opportunity it’s quite apparent that we’ve become a nuisance. I’ll support individual candidates, but the RNC will never see another dime from me. The Tea Party is America’s greatest hope, as most of the established Republicans are just as much for the free-spending, expansive government that they accuse the Democrats of establishing.

  • Dave

    No doubt in my mind that Mr. Caldwell is likely correct. With Boehner, McCain and others openly denigrating the Tea Party at every opportunity it’s quite apparent that we’ve become a nuisance. I’ll support individual candidates, but the RNC will never see another dime from me. The Tea Party is America’s greatest hope, as most of the established Republicans are just as much for the free-spending, expansive government that they accuse the Democrats of establishing.

    • joyfulgiver

      I’m supporting http://www.kirkjorgensenforcongress.com in the 52nd congressional district in California. I’m no longer willing to sit back and allow the establishment GOP to choose who THEY want to run for office. I want a candidate with CONVICTION and a drive to put we the people first. Most importantly, a candidate willing to fight for the Constitution of the USA. Kirk is combat veteran and has fought that fight for over 20 years. Check him out!

    • joyfulgiver

      I’m supporting http://www.kirkjorgensenforcongress.com in the 52nd congressional district in California. I’m no longer willing to sit back and allow the establishment GOP to choose who THEY want to run for office. I want a candidate with CONVICTION and a drive to put we the people first. Most importantly, a candidate willing to fight for the Constitution of the USA. Kirk is combat veteran and has fought that fight for over 20 years. Check him out!

  • Ron Myers

    If we can’t take the GOP over, it will be time to form our own and the Republicrats can go the way of the Whigs.

    • Male Man

      Yes…

    • Male Man

      Yes…

  • SoCalJeanne

    This is disturbing on so many levels. If this is true, it truly is time for a full blown revolution. There doesn’t appear to be any other way to reign in govt. and put them BACK to work for us, instead of them.

  • SoCalJeanne

    This is disturbing on so many levels. If this is true, it truly is time for a full blown revolution. There doesn’t appear to be any other way to reign in govt. and put them BACK to work for us, instead of them.

  • Roger Jones

    The biggest problem I have with Republicans is their dogged determination to focus on tax rates and, effectively, ignore these huge deficits. Tax rates mean nothing long term it the current level of deficit spending continues.

    I would much rather pay higher taxes today and balance the budget so people can immediately feel the cost of our government. Instead, we are sacrificing our future on the alter of the present and allowing the politicians that are creating our future debt disaster to be long retired when it all collapses.

    The first priority, for the sake of our future, must always be balancing the budget. We are way past the point where a tax cut is going to encourage the economy to grow enough to create the multiple years of surpluses we need to get our debt under control. Even, if we change policies enough to cause some sustained 4%+ growth, the interest cost on our debt will be hundreds of billions more every year soon thereafter. Spending cuts and more national productivity are the only things that will save us.

    Even the Clinton/Gingrich surpluses were a mirage. First, the debt has grown ever year since 1957 according to treasurydirect.gov. Second, the surpluses during the Clinton years were obviously due to profit taking during the stock bubble and not because of a long-term sustainable economy.

  • Roger Jones

    The biggest problem I have with Republicans is their dogged determination to focus on tax rates and, effectively, ignore these huge deficits. Tax rates mean nothing long term it the current level of deficit spending continues.

    I would much rather pay higher taxes today and balance the budget so people can immediately feel the cost of our government. Instead, we are sacrificing our future on the alter of the present and allowing the politicians that are creating our future debt disaster to be long retired when it all collapses.

    The first priority, for the sake of our future, must always be balancing the budget. We are way past the point where a tax cut is going to encourage the economy to grow enough to create the multiple years of surpluses we need to get our debt under control. Even, if we change policies enough to cause some sustained 4%+ growth, the interest cost on our debt will be hundreds of billions more every year soon thereafter. Spending cuts and more national productivity are the only things that will save us.

    Even the Clinton/Gingrich surpluses were a mirage. First, the debt has grown ever year since 1957 according to treasurydirect.gov. Second, the surpluses during the Clinton years were obviously due to profit taking during the stock bubble and not because of a long-term sustainable economy.

    • JohnKimball

      How about a bill where a budget deficit in a given year must be paid for the very next year through automatic, across-the-board tax hikes.

      I’ll bet that would get spending under control in a hurry.

      • joyfulgiver

        Sounds great, but who in congress is going to initiate that bill? They don’t really want to get spending under control.

        • JohnKimball

          Therein lies the problem.

      • geezer117

        Change that to “across-the-board spending cuts” and I agree. The problem with tax rate hikes is that does not always produce tax revenue increases.

        • oldspeak

          Not to mention, since we live under the regressive tax code, it will put the vast majority of that burden on the middle class.

          • JohnKimball

            How about divide the previous year’s deficit equally per taxpayer? Then the leaches would actually have some skin in the game.

        • JohnKimball

          The point I’m trying to make is that, right now, the problem is ridiculously out-of-control spending. This bill would actually make people feel the pain of that spending, because they would have to pay for it immediately. Then they might actually consider voting for representatives who want to go to Washington and reduce spending.

          Once we get the spending under control, then I am all about reducing tax rates and getting the economy steaming again.

      • Roger Jones

        Yes, something, anything. We are nationally like a family with no assets taking home 280k a year and spending 350k year with an unsecured debt of $1.7 million that is growing rapidly.

      • Roger Jones

        Yes, something, anything. We are nationally like a family with no assets taking home 280k a year and spending 350k year with an unsecured debt of $1.7 million that is growing rapidly.

        • Magua1952

          Your family must live in a nice neighborhood.

          • Roger Jones

            The primary point is the relationship between the numbers The second point is the fact that our government is spending as if taxpayers are all in the top 5% and can handle lots of debt and to pay higher taxes in the future.

    • Male Man

      Cut federal programs….lower taxes….I do not want more taxes…is 50 + % overall taxes, local, state, federal not enough ?…. I earn my money….I am being robbed….

      • Roger Jones

        Political reality requires us to focus on making people see the debt as the biggest fiscal problem we have long term. Democrats are never going to support tax cuts until a lot more of the middle class feels the pain what our government is costing us. The pain is not being felt today because we are sending the bills to our future.

      • Roger Jones

        Political reality requires us to focus on making people see the debt as the biggest fiscal problem we have long term. Democrats are never going to support tax cuts until a lot more of the middle class feels the pain what our government is costing us. The pain is not being felt today because we are sending the bills to our future.

        • Male Man

          1/2 the nation does not pay federal taxes…My taxes pay for the non workers….Spare me any sentiments we have to pay for the future….let us get everyone paying….income redistribution is communism…those who pay zero taxes and STILL get a check from the federal government at the end of the year….you have to be kidding me….

          • Roger Jones

            Please, stop being nearsighted. We desperately need to balance the budget. Let’s raise taxes on everyone and do it. Yes, it will be a disaster. But, that disaster is inevitable and getting worse every year we run these huge deficits. Ignoring the debt and growing gap between the entitlement promises and projected tax revenue is creating the biggest bubble in our history.

            • Male Man

              Is social security an entitlement Doug ?

              • Male Man

                Still waiting Doug…..you are the one talking about entitlements….let us hear from you about what I have paid into for so many years and you want to cut….crickets…

              • Roger Jones

                Partly, yes. Mostly no. Social security is partly an entitlement because it is not actuarially sound. We have been paying our parents benefits that far exceed the contributions they made would justify. As a result the money we, I am 58, have been paying is not in the trust fund for my and your retirement. The result will have to be lower benefits or higher FICA taxes. No private insurance company would get away with what our government is doing. It would be labeled a Ponsey scheme if it were private insurance.

                • Male Man

                  What a pile …… you can really stack it high….Go away….

                • Roger Jones

                  Take your head out of the sand. Do you not read the projections? It is projected that 16 years from now, 2030, if we maintain the status quo, the SS trust fund will be empty and current SS taxes will have to be increased or benefits will have to be cut 30%. That is the good news.

                  The bad news is that the existing trust fund has already being borrowed and spent so we will soon have to borrow more money to pay back the SS trust fund to keep paying benefits due us. Probably the government will do more means testing to tax more and more benefits away from people that have significant assets or other retirement income. Probably, they will adjust annual the inflation increases to effectively keep benefit increases below the real cost of living retired people experience to avoid a one-time 30% drop in benefits.

    • Conservator1

      The federal debt at $17 trillion plus is only a small percentage of America’s true debt which is close to $200 trillion when unfunded liabilities are included. Take every penny from Americans via taxes and you won’t put a dent in this massive amount of debt.

      • Roger Jones

        You are absolutely correct. However, send trillions of IOUs to our future is guaranteeing that the only viable solutions are revolution to wipe out the debt or double-digit and triple-digit inflation as government prints money to pay the interest on the debt. The Fed has been stealing from the middle class via inflation since 1913. The primary reason so few can save for retirement is the inflation created by the Fed on purpose. Productivity has increased. That should mean prices are lower and the same salary should mean a higher standard of living. Instead Fed inflation and taxes on interest earned are constantly encouraging debt and punishing saving. The bankers keep getting richer by devaluing the dollar and fooling us into thinking getting their table scraps are good deal.

        • Conservator1

          I agree with you on the serious problem that long term debt represents to the future of America. But I doubt you will see any party regardless of ideology do anything to even just reduce the threat.

          I considered myself as an optimist, but I truly believe you will see a REVOLUTION long before any political answer to our long term debt.

          • Conservative_Hippie

            That’s a sad statement. But I tend to agree with you.

    • Magua1952

      I think you are right about balanced budgets. Those interest payments are a kind of bleeding out. Unfortunately increased taxes are exactly the same. These remove funds from the private sector where there is a much better chance money will be invested intelligently. Reduced government spending is the answer.

      • Roger Jones

        You are exactly right that cutting spending is the answer. However, we are never going to reduce spending as long as people do not feel the cost of it. Far too few Republican voters care that we are sending the bill to the future and none of the Democrats seem to care. We are in situation where we need to raise taxes to save the country from severely damaging itself. I will take a broken arm (higher taxes now) over two broken arms and a broken leg (a major economic collapse) any day. We are heading for disaster and most of us are just enjoying the ride believing disaster cannot happen to us.

        • Magua1952

          If a Congress just refused to raise the debt ceiling, for a start, the tough decisions would be forced upon the government. I don’t think our situation is impossible. Only the will to act is lacking

        • Male Man

          I am amazed at how you lump us together…Who is enjoying the ride ?…. I bet not many people here now reading your post believe we are enjoying the ride….I find the ride of paying such high taxes not enjoyable at all….I wonder what you are really trying to say….Do you wish we pay as the French do ?….70% to the feds…..you are not in my reality loop …Enough of you…..

    • Conservative_Hippie

      You lost me at “I would much rather pay higher taxes today”!

  • BearNJ

    I’ve been saying this for a while. I glad someone said it on the air. Boehner is speaker because of the Tea Party yet wants to destroy them. What a narcissistic ingrate. Boehner, Canter, McCarthy, Ryan and McConnell all must go.

  • BearNJ

    I’ve been saying this for a while. I glad someone said it on the air. Boehner is speaker because of the Tea Party yet wants to destroy them. What a narcissistic ingrate. Boehner, Canter, McCarthy, Ryan and McConnell all must go.

  • LIBERTYUSA

    …a third Party will be necessary to flush the GOP and the Democrats down the toilet to save AMERICA . You cannot trust anyone !”

  • LIBERTYUSA

    …a third Party will be necessary to flush the GOP and the Democrats down the toilet to save AMERICA . You cannot trust anyone !”

    • Mark edward marchiafava

      You can “save America” without saving the federal government.

      • JBRoux

        I prefer that option.

  • Kradke

    And also the Republican establishment WANTS Obamacare no matter how they publicly impugn it because it saves corporations money which gets paid back to them in the form of sweetheart donations…

  • http://www.leaguelineup.com/docs DocBarry1

    Pat has a way to get right to the point. I truly wish that he would recognize that if he means what he says than he needs to get behind Presiden Sarah Palin in 2016 – only one with the guts and track record to live up to Pat’s words

  • http://www.leaguelineup.com/docs DocBarry1

    Pat has a way to get right to the point. I truly wish that he would recognize that if he means what he says than he needs to get behind Presiden Sarah Palin in 2016 – only one with the guts and track record to live up to Pat’s words

    • jnsesq

      True on the merits and impossible on the reality. Big Media consciously and intentionally poisoned her for the public.

      • http://www.leaguelineup.com/docs DocBarry1

        True, but I believe that if she, indeed, runs for the Presidency with her people and in your way she will turn this to a positive. If she doesn’t run then the dems/rhinos/GOPe, the LSM and the participants in Journo List group and the book and movie Game Changer – will use this strategy over and over again . The Governor can stop this or at least do what she can to destroy this unfair caricature of her.

  • Repeat

    I have changed my voter registration from Republican to “No Party Affiliation”. I can’t vote in primary but they never put up a candidate that I can vote for without holding my nose anyway!

    • Male Man

      And you cannot vote in the primary for a conservative who runs…I hold my nose in Florida and keep the R….at least I have some chance….

      • Repeat

        Their hasn’t been an R presidential primary candidate left that I wanted to vote for when the FL primary comes around I at least 3 cycles. I don’t matter so why let them count my R?

        • Male Man

          I was thinking if a real conservative comes along….I must admit Steve Southerland, 2nd Dist. is not conservative….he is pathetic…..hope springs eternal….

  • Mark edward marchiafava

    will you people EVER realize and admit there is just NO fixing the federal government? Seriously?

    • Male Man

      Make it much much smaller….not a fix…but a start….

  • So Cal Guest

    The RINO’s forget how they retained the house. Time to get ride of them now.

  • numbercruncher1

    This is true and pathetic. Without the Tea Party the GOP SIMPLY CANNOT SURVIVE!!!

    What is truly remarkable is that the Legal Landmark Foundation (Mark Levin) approached the Romney campaign with this information and he did not play this card. That was a winning issue, that could have put a ton of enthusiasm on the GOP side!

    Caddell said the Konsultants are to blame for the GOP failures as a party, he is looking more and more correct by the hour.

    • $910553

      Well OF COURSE Romney did not play that card, since he is one of the Rove Republicans. Obama without the tan. Just like McCain before him. But at least McCain picked a conservative as a running mate. Unlike Romney.

      • numbercruncher1

        I actually thought Romney was a much better candidate then McCain. I think that Romney’s people lead him in the wrong direction, and he unfortunately trusted them. Romney (and many) thought he was up, he thought he had a first class GOTV operation (ORCA). And then it all came crashing down, some things not his fault, for one thing Sandy was one of those things that will make a President look good. Look at approvals they go up and down all the time. For the entire election Obama was mired at 45-49%, Sandy comes along 51% — Obama’s vote total 51%. Part of that jump was helped by Governor Christie (both at the convention and in the Sandy Aftermath, Christie could have told Obama thank you for your support but we prefer you come by later on our hands are full (consequently that’s what Bloomberg did), instead he gave Obama a day of adoring coverage. Thats like dropping 200 million add buy the week before the election. People don’t realize how close this thing was. Florida was a point, VA and OH were 3 points. If Obama is hanging at 49% rather than 51% he loses all three.

        THAT SAID…If you can do math you also know that Romney would have had only 266 Electoral Votes. So what else did Romney in….Marijuana. The Pot Initiative in Colorado brought stoners out to vote, and they voted Democrat. People talk about Romney blowing money in PA, but in the end PA was CLOSER than Colorado. None of the polls saw that.

        The problem with the GOP today is that the party is split with no unification candidate. The Establishment hates the Conservative wing (and vice-se-versa). I happen to disagree with both Rubio and Rand Paul on their signature issues but don’t have a desire to destroy either individual. I agree with Cruz on almost everything, but think his tactics were mind boggling (and likely cost us the governorship in VA). The only one of our bench I dislike are Christie and Peter King, and not because of his views, but because of how they have treated conservatives in the party. Look disagree with Rand Paul if you want, and for good reason, when your skyline and 3,000 of your citizens were incinerated, but you can at least acknowledge that you are never-the-less sympathetic that Paul has a beef with the government, especially in light of the abuse of power Obama has inflicted, specifically with the IRS scandal. How about saying look I disagree with your solution, but I certainly sympathize that when it comes to privacy, we need to strike up the correct balance.

        On immigration same issue. The GOP will never win a nation-wide election under current demographics. This, the opponents and supporters of Immigration reforms sort of understand. Proponents say, look at the break down of voters in 2012, plug in the cross-tabs, and apply the population of 1980 and you have a Reagan landslide. The Opponents say well if you add more Hispanics we will never have a chance.

        My two cents, wooing Hispanic voters doesn’t require us to make illegal aliens legal.

        I’m done ranting you are probably the only one who will read this.

        Like to see Scott Walker emerge!

        • $910553

          If you look at Romney’s record as governor of Massachusetts, he was nothing more than Obama without the tan. It had NOTHING to do with his “people”. He is a Rove Republican. Nothing more. No morals. No scruples. No principles. No honor.

        • Marla Hughes

          Completely agree with your well laid out points except where the GOP leadership ‘hate’ conservatives. The majority of leadership are still strong conservatives and were the only thing standing between Obama and the left’s agenda and the rest of the nation until 2010. Remember, w/o Boehner/McConnell et al, we’d have single payer government health care and massive gun control along with other issues conservatives in both houses stood strong on while trying to get more conservatives elected. It’s not done yet and, if we can keep Obama and the left from succeeding in dividing us, we WILL defeat them in 2014 and ’16.
          I can’t get past the fact that Cadwell, as much as I admire him, is still a Democrat and will see things through that prism.

  • Gary Dickson

    As I read the comments here, I hear an enormous cracking and splintering sound in the foundation of the house of conservatives.

    Unless and until conservatives are able to convince a majority of Americans that self-reliance and personal accountability / responsibility are paramount, then progressivism / collectivism will continue its defeat and destruction of America.

    • Mark edward marchiafava

      School the tens of millions of intentionally ignorant Amerikan sheeple? LOL, thanks for the laugh, I needed that.

    • Uuma

      There is no splintering of true conservatives. The cracking you hear might be the noise made when rino’s are trying to break up these true conservatives.

      • Gary Dickson

        Really? You just made my point when you said “true” conservatives.

        Moreover, look at all the anger and the frustration in these comments alone and the complete lack of focus and consensus on any solution. That’s called splintering and cracking.

        All conservatives must come up with a solution that they can all rally around. I suggested that they look at the common enemy, i.e., the current mindset and world-view of the majority of Americans.

        For whatever solution upon which conservatives decide – and they’d better decide upon it quickly – they’d better start now and move fast. The destiny and fate of America are at stake.

  • TPHobbit

    Sorry if you have read this before, but I previously posted this and it seems appropriate again: I guess I would like to throw this thought out for your consideration. In a true sense, everyone in the US has their our own individual opinions, beliefs, dreams and vision of the future. What we are seeing through forums like this (and through other alternative media) is an awakening of the American voter in a political sense. They now have a voice and are not shy about using it to give their wide ranging opinions. Americans really are ALL a colorful group, EACH standing out in their own individual way. In some sense as they grow politically they find that they no longer need the main stream political parties to be heard. This new found voter independence is scaring the H*** out of the establishment mainstream party hacks (Democrats and RINOs). In order for the mainstream political parties to survive, and maintain their seat at the Big Government Money Trough, they need the vast majority of their members to be the same, march to the same tune and play political “follow the leader”. With that, it is my contention that BOTH of the main stream political parties (RINOs and Democrats) have reached the end of their usefulness. In addition, now that they both essentially push the same Socialist agenda, there is really no reason for their existence outside of perpetuating their own hold on power. In contrast, the Tea Party is really the future of American politics, as it is not a true political party in any sense. It is nothing more than a loose association of folks who’s only common bond is the preservation of liberty in this nation. The Tea Party is a “CONCEPT”, NOT a “political party”. It cuts across those obsolete political party labels (Republican -vs- Democrat) that have historically done little but built walls between folks that at their core really do believe in Freedom. The folks that choose to associate themselves with the Tea party movement are NOT the boring, stagnate drones that perpetuate the existence of the main Stream parties by drinking their “Party Kool-Aid”. I repeatedly hear the main stream party drones try to
    justify their party’s existence by calling Tea Party folks Wing-Nuts/Fringe/Extremist when they really have no clue what the Tea Party is and find it impossible to reference an official Tea Party platform policy. So attack the “Tea Party”, call me a “Tea Party Hobbit”, call me “Wing-Nut” or whatever.. So what… I will wear that badge with honor if it is bestowed upon me by a mainstream (RINO/Democrat) party DRONE. In a discussion of ideas, I could learn more by spending 10 minutes with a Tea Party Wing-Nut than 10 hours with a RINO/Democrat Party Hack.

  • jnsesq

    Pat’s long been the only Democrat I can stand. And this is a clarion call for Patriots to bite the bullet and stop voting for the Establishment ruling class types who have repeatedly betrayed us even though it means more Democrats will be elected. They interpret their election and re-election as affirmation of their conduct, not as a vote against the party of tyranny.

    Is a slow poisoning death somehow preferable? There are no RINOs anymore as, with but a handful of exceptions like Cruz, Paul, Sessions, Lee, et als., this IS the Republican Party.

    We need a CONSTITUTION PARTY! Further supporting the GOP Establishment assures America’s destruction.

    • timsrighty

      I like Pat too. He’s fed up with both parties like the rest of us.

  • jnsesq

    Pat’s long been the only Democrat I can stand. And this is a clarion call for Patriots to bite the bullet and stop voting for the Establishment ruling class types who have repeatedly betrayed us even though it means more Democrats will be elected. They interpret their election and re-election as affirmation of their conduct, not as a vote against the party of tyranny.

    Is a slow poisoning death somehow preferable? There are no RINOs anymore as, with but a handful of exceptions like Cruz, Paul, Sessions, Lee, et als., this IS the Republican Party.

    We need a CONSTITUTION PARTY! Further supporting the GOP Establishment assures America’s destruction.

  • marjorie white

    I am apolitical but sensitive to insults re female intelligence (Memoirs of a American Teacher; From Iran; Xulon Press) Did the Gov test IQ’s the T Party

  • Alexis

    And, Ted Cruz has done a brilliant job of exposing their hypocrisy! Of course, they want to destroy ‘rational, conservative, honest, caring, competent, loyal, Americans. Because, they are everything ‘but’ that. The Congressional GOP establishment is a constabulary of Wh’s and P’ps – as are those running their schemes and scams outside of the Congress – such as Karl Rove.

    Pat Caddell and Doug Schoen are two Democrats of the traditional old Democrat-party variety. They are fine human beings, honest, caring about the country – whose views differ on fiscal issues – which is where they and Conservatives ‘have to part company’: That ‘fiscal’ point is the juncture where Conervatives and they differ on ‘social issues’: It is impossible to be anything ‘but fiscally conservative’, without being ‘derelict on social issues’. The two run hand in hand. The funding of ‘social programs’ – apart from the strictest and narrowest for the ‘genuinely needy’, is the point at which society turns toward ‘oppression of liberties” in the disguise of ‘social democracy’. That always turns into a dictatorship – of Fascist rule of “a collective”, which is always ‘the opressed masses’ – which is what Obama is trying to ‘complete’ in the U.S. Communism is nothing more than a method of limiting the economy of the masses – whcih we have now, as well. Communism, does not come without Fascist totalitarian rulers. Socialism is the grey area in between.

  • gigi0f3

    We need to unite around new conservative planks of the republican party. That is done at the state level when we elect representatives to the state convention who then will go to the national convention. All is not lost. When those conservatives took over the republican party in the state of WA with the planks that angered the RINOs they were the ones that went to the national and prevailed in the early 90’s. And by the way, WA is a really blue state that is blue up to the Cascades and then it’s really red!
    It begins with all of us being involved, not starting something new, but a new movement within the party. It can be done but we need to do it together as was stated, we have Sarah Palin, Ted Cruz and the rest that are Republicans. I do not think that they have gone over to the other side and we need to be the voice of the Republican Party in our local elections, county elections, state elections and national elections!
    Pat Caddell may be right, but he’s not all the way right because there are enough of us out here that are ready to roll.

    • Booko Ninjiin

      They ignore the platforms anyway. Republicrats are like the Whigs of the 1850s in behavior.

  • Chester Simms

    Third Party time, folks. This has been in the works for a while. Given that the RNC establishment will circle the wagons, cleaning it from the inside is not an option.

    • OSR1

      Forget that its Revolution time. George Washington would agree.

  • Booko Ninjiin

    Pat is right, and that is why I abandoned the GOP. They abandoned me. No more party line votes. Everyone should abandon the party line vote and make them earn every vote they get, both Republican and Democrat. Scare he!! out of them and re-register as an independent. It will cut down on your junk mail.

    • AtomicSwirl

      I’m right there with you.

  • Christine Golden

    Well, duh. The GOP leadership has made no secret of its opinion of the Tea Party – its principles and its members. After campaigning in 2010 on promises to stand up to the liberal agenda if only we would give them the House, they have renounced their commitment to smaller government, reduced spending, and the defunding of Obamacare. And now, we’re supposed to line up like good little apparatchiks and give them both chambers of Congress.

    I owe the Old Guard statists nothing, and nothing is what they will get from me.

    • Babylonandon

      You forget the part where the Chamber of Commerce actually wants to replace ALL of their American workers – black and white at least – with submissive, desperate Hispanics and Asians. They want slaves.

      MANY OF THE RICH PEOPLE IN THIS COUNTRY HAVE DECIDED THAT GETTING RID OF SLAVERY WAS A MISTAKE AND THEY WANT TO GO BACK TO IT.

      • $910553

        So boycott any business that is a member of the Chamber of Commerce. And let them know WHY you are doing it. But then I’m sure the illegal aliens will make up for any purchases they lose from you…

        • Babylonandon

          I got family that is Reince Prebus law partner and we been going toe to toe since the 2012 election over this. That “replace us with willing and submissive slaves” is not just hyperbole.

  • Joni Olson

    I SAY IT’S TIME TO TAKE THE PARTY BACK—–LET THE RINOS START A THIRD PARTY !!!!!

  • Longiron

    He is (Caldwell) exactly right. The RINOGOP wants the IRS to do their thing. However, it is the TP fault. They are not organized except for a few whom are marking big bucks off the TP. Look at some of these so called TP leader groups. Where are the donations going. Check out what the “leaders” are making off these groups. No wonder they do not want to organize, structure, get elected leaders “etc”. The gravy train would be over for 99% of them. Now, until they get organized as a party of some kind the IRS can pick these little organizations off one by one and most do not know or want to fight it. If they had some kind of united voice or their own candidates the IRS would have a much harder time going after the TP. It is a shame BUT the TP is the best thing that had happened to this country and it is being hijacked by these so called 1000+ leaders and no results. By now with elected leaders they should be in the trenches with local captains, be working inside the R network and driving the party from within and having their own candidates running other than the R label. Until that happens they will never be more than the complaint dept of the RINOGOP with a 1000+ leaders ripping off the little groups

  • timsrighty

    The well fed Republicans and certainly the leftist Democrats would love nothing more than taking everyone who considers themselves part of Tea Party to be put on cruise liners and dumped into the ocean. What an assault on freedom and liberty! The only thing I despise more than a liberal with a (D) is a RINO with an (R).

    • Babylonandon

      Not cruise liners … Concentration camps – with ovens. Understand?

      • timsrighty

        Let’s see…sharks on a feeding frenzy or death by fire? I’m sure D.C. is mulling it over as we speak.

        • $910553

          Ovens emit carbon dioxide. They prefer the sharks any day.

    • Randy Cline

      I like the cruise idea.

  • aposematic

    Both Parties are in a War against the American people. The Parties quarrel only over which of them gets to control the redistribution of the spoils.

    • Gary Dickson

      I disagree vehemently! Both Parties are simply following what the majority of American people have told them to follow.

      Both Parties and the majority of Americans are in a War against those Americans who value all humans, who value self-reliance, and who value personal responsibility and accountability.

      Most conservatives are fighting against a mind-set of self-centredness and self-righteousness which has become endemic throughout the larger populations of the U.S. The Parties, members of Congress (House and Senate), and the President are all simply reflections of that mind-set.

      Your fight is not amongst each other here or for Congress or for the Presidency. Your fight is for the minds and hearts of Americans.

      • johnfromjersey

        I gave you an up vote because you do have a point. But, I disagree with you as to what the problem is, and how to solve it.
        We the people can save this country. It’s going to take some work on our part, but we can still do it. As you say, we’ve been complacent. We were busy living our lives trusting in those we sent to speak in our stead. Alas, they broke that sacred trust, that is on them. Now, we have a chance, the last, imo, in the next 2 elections, and further election cycles. We the people must stop electing career politicians and lawyers to our Congress. We’ve been programmed to believe that one must have little letters after their name to be effective leaders, the more letters, the better. That has been the liberal experiment, intellectuals. Men and women who sit around discussing the governance of America like it was some giant tort case. Endlessly debating issues that could be solved in weeks with a little common sense. I have no such letters, I’m just johnfromjersey, but even I can understand that you cannot keep spending money that doesn’t exist yet. There is more than enough revenue to run this country. The graft, corruption, grants, gifts, foreign aid given out willy-nilly is why we have this horrific debt. Liberals, academics, and Attorneys have ruined this country, and we the people allowed it.

        • Gary Dickson

          Well said. Thank you, johnfromjersey.

          I believe that, ultimately, you and I are saying the same thing.

          Americans have allowed it because that is a significant part of their world-view.

          Governmentally and personally, we spend money we don’t have.

          We have not taken responsibility for knowing whom we elect to Congress and to the Presidency.

          We have allowed others to form our opinions and views.

          In many cases, we’ve handed responsibility for our very lives to others (in particular, government).

          That is a collectivist mind-set and it is the pervasive mind-set throughout the majority of Americans. The people in Congress and the Executive Branch simply reflect that mind-set.

          For America to continue to exist, Americans need to be far more self-reliant than they are and take personal responsibility for their actions and behaviour and ensure beyond a shadow of a doubt that that attitude and behaviour is reflected in their leaders.

  • Uuma

    The rino’s would prefer dems to win over TP conservatives.

    • timsrighty

      Rinos don’t won’t to win any election that the Tea party can be given credit for.

      Limbaugh…five minutes ago.

    • F. De Moraes

      True, because they RINOs and the Dems are both cut from similar cloth!

    • brazen_infidel

      Absolutely. And if a Conservative or Libertarian happens to be nominated in 2016, he or she had better watch his back, because the RINOs will be there with a knife.

  • $56488327

    He’s correct…but it’s not like people like me didn’t warn the tea parties that this was going to happen when they decided to work within the GOP rather than create their own party.

  • JimCohen

    Sad when we have to hear the truth from a democrat.

    • Smurfet

      Pat Cadell has been wary of them both since before the 2008 election.

      • johnfromjersey

        I believe he’s been disillusioned for a lot longer than that.

  • Marridge

    There are enemies and there are TRAITORS. The Democraps are the enemy. Guess what the GOP-e is.

    • aposematic

      In respect to the R base, yes. To America’s Constitutional Republic, both Parties are traitors.

  • anon ymous

    Some folks here are saying don’t vote Republican because some are RINO. The Democrats want us to do that because THEY know that if you don’t vote Republican then you ARE voting Democrat like it or not. The thing to do is keep voting Republican but keep continual pressure on to Primary out the RINOs.

    • kateorjane

      And as long as the GOP can sell the line that “if you don’t vote Rep you’re voting Dem” there is absolutely no reason for them to stop shafting the base.
      The only pressure the GOP/RINO herd recognize is not getting money or votes.

    • brazen_infidel

      That’s like saying we should recruit Jihadis into our military because at least they won’t be out in the hills shooting at us.

      Did you catch Boner on Leno, agreeing with all the Dem talking points against Cruz and Lee?

      And just wait and see what the RINOs have on tap for Matt Bevins, should he upend Mitch McConman in the primary.

  • Sentinel

    Nailed it Pat! Finally, someone said it.

  • https://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=outlawforchrist&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8 $93974362

    Given their hatred of Ted, Mike, Sarah and the others I reckon it’s no surprise.

  • DHardy

    GOP is in a panic…..I say go ahead and try….see what happens…

    • $910553

      They will. “Weepy” intends to ram amnesty through the House as soon as primaries are over. The Rove Republicans think they can sell themselves as the “lesser of two evils” yet again.

      • Jack_Kennedy

        and THEY refuse to see the message WE sent with mccain and romney

        wonder who’s up next for US to reject

        • $910553

          Possibly Romney again. Or Fat Boy. They LUVS them some Fat Boy.

  • Dana Garcia
  • Larry Rappaport

    There is no specific Tea Party, it’s the people Republican Establishment. You can target specific organizations but that’s just going to irritate them even more. As an Independent this constituency is now 42% of the overall electorate. We have zero to do with Baggers, Proggers, Talk Radio or Cable News yet 70% of that 42% have had it with the Republican Establishment as well as this Administration so begin targeting the Independent electorate Republican Establishment as in the final analysis it will be the Independent vote that turns you people out of office, no? Simply ask any Independent…..

    • johnfromjersey

      If you’re who you say then you might be interested in checking out a new party, with exactly the intent you stated, of the people, by the people, and for the people. We call it “The Constitutional Freedom Party”. We stand for America the way she was intended to be. You can see exactly what we stand for here: cfp4us.org or on FaceBook here : https://www.facebook.com/groups/CFP4US/
      We’re not naive’, we understand what we’re up against. The lawyers and thieves we call Congress are a slap in the face to every young man and woman who spent their last breath to keep America free. I pray we the people can find a peaceful means to take America back from the hands of those who wish to “fundamentally transform” her into their own warped image. The alternative will be a horror to us all.
      Oathkeeper™

  • Paul C.

    Get rid of the RINO’S, TEA FOREVER

  • sjmom

    BINGO! Happy to see someone else saying this besides those affiliated with the Tea Party. Its time to take down the establishment.

  • Section 9

    The Bushistas and their K-Street allies like Karl and Ed Gillespie have cried crocodile tears about the IRS for some time. They want the IRS to go after Cruz, Palin, Lee, and other conservatives.

  • Randy Cline

    The Dems and the halfway sane Republicans should want to take out the teaparty nuts, They have stopped the government from doing it’s job for at least four years.

    • OK_Loyalist

      Spending the country into oblivion isn’t a job

    • Charles Keith Wilson

      just what do you think the government job is, to take away our freedoms, be your mommy. this President and Congress by the time he leaves office will double the national Debt. The increase will be equal to all the Presidents before him including BUSH. If you owed 170,000 dollars, were making around 30,000 a year and spending 40,000 thousand a year what do you think the results will be. Do you think you can just keep printing money. Ever heard of Inflation? Back before Regan became President we had the Prime interest rate of 19%

    • NJK

      How is the Tea Party nuts? Give us an example. Do you hold this much animosity to the original Tea Party? George Washington was a supporter of the original Tea Party. We stand on his shoulders. He gave you a free country where you could work free, live free, and pursue your own life, and that is what we want. Why are you trashing people that want freedom from an oppressive govt.?

      If you think Barack Hussein Obama, or whatever the heck his real name is, and the Marxist Democrat party gives a damn about you, you’re an utter fool. They are using you to gain power. They know you’re a clapping seal, and will support everything they want, because they know you lack real intelligence and the ability to reason.

      If you don’t like freedom, get the hell out of our country, and move to Cuba. We are real Americans and don’t want you here. You’re an absolute horses ass and ingrate.

      Signed,
      Tea Party Mom

    • johnfromjersey

      No Randy, history will prove you, and your ilk wrong, just as history has proven that socialism/communism/progressivism in any form has been abject failures in every single nation that instituted that form of governance. Facts do not lie, look up the stats for yourself and stop being so damn lazy. Think for yourself, ask yourself if America is better or worse under Obama’s administration. Think man!

    • olddog

      Pull the trigger..He!! you’re already brain (D)ead (D)em-wit.

    • badbadlibs

      Of course your ignorance is only too easy to spot. That’s something your left wing lunatics ought to get straight, if you’re going to spout crap at least make it the kind that isn’t so easily detectable.
      The DEMOCRATS had ALL THREE branches for two FULL YEARS.
      They have had the senate since 2006.
      It’s the democrats that have bogged down this government, genius. Even your vile leader, the con man has his “pen”. Own the disaster this nation is living in right now, because YOU do.

    • JohnG911

      Doing what job? You mean jobs like passing Obamacare, racking up trillions in debt, giving Obama unilateral authority to raise the debt ceiling, refusing to enforce our emigration laws and secure our boarders, funding NSA’s domestic spying program, arming Al Qaeda through support of the Muslim Brotherhood, destroying jobs through over regulations and taxes, and covering up Obama’s failures.

      I absolutely support the Tea Party’s efforts to STOP GOVERNMENT FROM DOING ITS JOB!

    • friskyness

      stop what? Liberals have gotten everything they wanted!

  • http://countenance.wordpress.com/ Question Diversity

    I’ll take it one step further.

    The RINO establishment was in on IRSgate from the get go.

    What is perhaps anecdotal proof:

    http://countenance.wordpress.com/2013/07/23/castles-way-up-high/

    • olddog

      Spot On..just (D)ung-Holes 2.0…..

  • Dead_Right

    Tpers are so innocent and stupid. They should apply to the IRS for 501s as;
    “Moderates for the progress of america” “abortion for all freedom movement” “get out the vote to move forward Team” “We the people for freedom from work” “Liberty for the gay whales” “Green the vote electronic voting initiative” “everyone should just be given a house initiative”
    Then there would have been no problem. But the Tpers imagined they lived in a free and honest country, fools.
    BTW I am a Tper.

    • badbadlibs

      Guess they are just slow to the lie for a living game.
      But, you’re right, apply as anything but someone who is on the right.

  • Carmtom13

    Thank you Pat Cadell for calling them out!

  • HonestConservative

    I am shocked./s Didn’t we all just assume this?

  • olddog

    Saw the entire show…best I’ve viewed in years..Spot On…He!! he’s got more guts than the entire GOP Establishment combined..and he!! he’s a (D)….

  • johnfromjersey

    Scoop? , If I’m out of line posting for CFP, or doing it too much, just say it and I’ll cease
    Thanks.

  • Reality_Seeker

    A rare glimmer of truth from Fox news. I’m surprised that Pat still has a job.
    From the beginning the GOP has continually attempted to co-opt and/or destroy various tea-party factions.

    It all boils down to this: The two-party system is rigged so that time and time again Americans are forced into voting for the lessor of two excrements……

    • mike3e4r7

      True. Who was it who recently used the term “the Uniparty’ to describe our current two party system? I can’t remember who it was, but it’s a good description. The GOP Establishment and the Democrats may have their differences, but both groups view the people as their greater enemy, and will band together to circle the wagons if they perceive a threat to their power from the people.

      Ultimately, Mark Levin is right. A state amendments convention is the only non-violent way to defeat the Uniparty and bring back limited, Constitutional government.

  • ApplePie101

    Thank you, Pat Cadell, for stating the cold, hard truth. This is why I won’t support the GOP.

    • JohnG911

      And that’s what got Obama elected TWICE!

      • ApplePie101

        When you run democrat-lites like Romney and McCain, you have to accept the fact that you will lose votes.

  • http://boogieforward.us/ K-Bob

    Pad Caddell, famous Democrat strategist, is more of a Republican than the Republicans.

    Or as Ace put it, Pat Caddell: American Badass

    WARNING: don’t click that link unless you are comfortable with the “vibe” at Ace’s (meaning the language there pushes the definition of “coarse” into new territory).

    • kong1967

      I see that most of those are supposedly posted by Pat Cadell…which I doubt, but surely he isn’t supposedly saying those things as well. I’m assuming “Ace of Spades HQ” made all that up.

      • http://boogieforward.us/ K-Bob

        Part of the fun at Ace’s is spoofing your name on your comment.

        You can sign it any way you want, so folks signed many of their contributions as some variant of Caddell’s name. There’s even a few lame ones from me in there, somewhere.

        • kong1967

          Ah, I see. Some of them are pretty funny.

    • nibblesyble

      Very true, I read his stuff all the time and sometimes I am a little thrown at what he posts, but he does have great insight and great guest bloggers.

  • Conserv_58

    That’s the most honest and spot-on answer I’ve heard from someone in Pat Caddell’s position regarding that topic.

  • nibblesyble

    Coming from a Dem, it even has more meaning. I would rather dine with Harry Reid than eat with a snake traitor hailing from the Establishment!

  • kong1967

    He’s right. He may be a Democrat but he is about the best fighter we have on our side. He is awesome.

  • kssturgis62

    wow I was right. They want their power over you. Who would have thought that one. They will not defund Obamacare, they want it as bad as the Democrats. They will not do anything about voter ID, and they will continue down this path of Destruction.

    But Hey remember to VOTE GOP and stand by them at all costs, because if you don’t the Liberal Wins.

    Remember there are very few TEA PARTY Republicans, but they won’t be helping to get rid of the Establishment.

    • friskyness

      the “people” have to get rid of the establishment….will they?

      • kssturgis62

        NO the PEOPLE will not. Oh very few of us are out there working and doing what we can to push Candidates that are Conservative, Constitutionalists, but the Rest are to busy worrying about 2016, or they say who they have is great. THERE IS THE PROBLEM. 85% of these morons will be re elected.

  • Marla Hughes

    Pat Cadell, as much as I admire him IS a Democrat. His interests are in getting fellow Democrats elected. Otherwise he’d switch parties or become an independent.

    • RWrad

      True, he is a democrat, was Carter’s pollster, but I believe he did not vote for Obama 2012. He may have in 2008 but he saw through the empty suited mini dictator and said I’m outta here with this twerp.

    • kong1967

      It doesn’t matter what party he’s in if he sees the corruption and is angry about it. He is much harder on the Democrats than he is the Republicans.

  • mike3e4r7

    “The enemy of my enemy is my friend”. That’s the RINO’s motto. Who would have thought that they would have viewed the Tea Party as their greater enemy against which they would ally themselves with the Leftists to try to defeat. This isn’t anything like a ‘family squabble’ any more. It’s all out war. The RINO’s are our enemy as much as the Leftists have ever been.

  • http://a-albionic.com/ Lloyd Miller

    The RINOs are bought and paid for agents of the Rockefeller/Major Media/Establishment. They aren’t principled enough to be Statists!

  • mike3e4r7

    Thanks Pat. Well said.

  • JhoffaX

    Pat’s right.. We need a DIVORCE.

    We’ll never accomplish anything with these corrupt jellyfish chained to our ankles..

  • lawngren

    The gopE is borrowing their enemy’s pit bull.

    • mike3e4r7

      Good analogy. Have you ever seen a more despicable group of losers in your whole life?

      • lawngren

        No, I haven’t. they are so contemptible I wonder if even their own mothers can possibly still love them. Even if you disregard politics, the cowardice and lack of any core, lack of standing for anything more than getting re-elected, is repulsive.

        That’s all for me, Scoopers. I’m outta here. Have a good night.

  • xlogic1013

    I saw this yesterday. I hope he is wrong or else all Americans, regardless what their political affiliation is, should have good reason to be concerned with tyranny in the near future. I am afraid of the IRS. That is one part of the Government that can ruin reputations, and they are responsible deciding fines for Obamacare.

    I want an investigation to allay my fears. Shame on our dysfunctional Government who doesn’t care!

  • PVG

    BINGO! There it is folks, cold hard facts. Here’s hoping this year’s election makes 2010 look like a snoozer.

  • froggy19510

    If this makes you angry join the article five movement.

    You can check it out here: http://therightscoop.com/zombie-doctrine-tactics-and-the-liberty-amendments/

  • cattastrophe

    Did Caddell say this before or after Rush said it on his show or is it great minds think alike.

    • JohnCraven

      If I heard Rush correctly today, he started to cite Pat Caddell’s statement about the GOP leadership wanting the IRS to do exactly what it did to the TEA Party Movement. When you think about it TEA Party groups had been getting the IRS treatment long before the 2012 presidential elections and the GOP leadership had to have known about it and they kept quiet about it so as not to arouse great anger among the voters who might have gotten out and voted for Romney.

      This is Vichy French stuff coming out the GOP leadership — collaborationists with the Marxists in the Democrat party to thwart a common enemy of their Big Government WonderWorks — The TEA Party.

      Listening to Rush today, I have to think he has privately come to a sad conclusion that the GOP is dead. He says he believes that the GOP leadership is willing to lose another two presidential elections if it means getting rid of the TEA Party.

      What Rush didn’t say is that if the GOP loses just one with another Romney or McCain instead of a Cruz or Palin they will never win another election for the presidency. And yet Rush thinks the GOP leadership — echoing Pat Caddell — is willing to never win again because it hates the TEA Party more than what Nero Obama and the Democrats have been doing to our great nation.

      This is incredibly sick stuff coming out of the GOP leadership driven by their consuling class madmen. And after hearing Ben Stein on Neil Cavuto the other day saying what a great strategy Weeper of the House Boner has, I would have to include Ben Stein as one of the mad men advising the GOP leadership.

      I think the real question for the TEA Party Movement is why continue to persist in a never ending never succeeding effort to take back the GOP from the Vichy French who are now running it. Why not take a deep breath and form your own party and let the Big Whigs of the GOP go the way of the Whigs?

      Time is of the essence in undoing the damage that Nero Obama and the Marxist democrats like Sen. Mary Landrieu of my home state aided and abetted by the Big Whigs of the GOP have done to our nation.

      Here in Louisiana the GOP’s hand-picked candidate, Rep. Bill Cassidy, rarely gets on the radio with ads against Mary Landrieu’s support for Nero ObamaCare any more while she is rarely mentioning her support for this nightmare. And yet polls show that he or any republican would easily defeat Landrieu.

      The only genuine conservative in the race is a TEA Party candidate, Bob Maness, and I support his election but he doesn’t get much air time, at least in New Orleans. The GOP leadership wants Cassidy because he was a big supporter of Boner and would do the same in the Senate.for Mitch McConnell unless his voters vote him out.

      I think here in Louisiana we have a good example of what Rush and Pat Caddell are talking about — if Landrieu wins Big Government and its consultants win and they can blame the TEA Party for the loss — if Cassidy wins the Big Government and its consultants win with one of their own and they can say the TEA Party was no factor — but if Maness wins a genuine conservative will have won in the vein of Ted Cruz and the long knives of the GOP will be out to destroy him like they are doing Ted Cruz.

      Cassidy was a financial backer of Mary Landrieu in the past and he tried to get his own version of Obama(doesn’t)Care through the Louisiana legislature. He will recently voted with Boner to get this latest budget deal passed. That should tell everyone everything they need to know about how conservative he is and what he will be like should he win the Senate seat held by Landrieu.

      John Craven
      New Orleans

  • AndrewDrive

    The democrats are corrupt to the core. The republican ruling elites are almost as corrupt. The republican house and senate leadership is deceptive and manipulative. Now what?

    • disqus_TOr7ZrIRYP

      give much money to primary challengers

  • 31068

    Pat Caddell is correct. The Republican Establishment h a tes conservatives more than the democrats do. Look at the way, the GOP Establishment has treated Republican members of the House and Senate who they believe were elected with support from the Tea Party. Cruz,Paul,Lee to name a few.

  • disqus_TOr7ZrIRYP

    give much money to primary challengers, VERY MUCH

  • http://www.TheChristianGeek.net/ Raul Ybarra

    I’ve been saying for nearly 15 years that the first enemy of liberty to be destroyed is the Republican leadership. The only thing that amazes me is that it has taken so long for people to start figuring it out.

 
 
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