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I Am a Conservative, not a Republican

By John Velisek USN (Ret), staff writer

Has anyone figured out what the 2014 election results really meant? I was under the impression that Americans had grown ever more disheartened with what our nation has become. Turnout at the polls made it seem that voters wanted to rebuild the nation given us by the Founders. Historic gains were made by Republican candidates, promises were made and the excessive actions of the Democrat Party would be blunted as the citizenry exclaimed “No More!”

I have been a proud card carrying Republican since I first voted. Based on what I learned in school, their platform made sense. I have traveled to many parts of this world while in the military and can honestly say that I have found nothing, NOTHING, better than what we have here. In fact, no one can begin to equal 250 years of American accomplishment. We were promised that when Republicans took both Houses of Congress, things would change; that we might be able to get some things done and see sunlight at the end of a long dark period of subjugation to a Marxist president and power hungry congressional leadership.

Obama, our narcissist in chief proclaimed for all to hear that he would take action on illegal immigration, without Congress. In my opinion, his would be a totally unconstitutional action, creating chaos in this country and slamming the Black middle class the hardest. Sen. Mitch McConnell, the next majority leader, and John Boehner both made waves, vowing to fight Obama to the end on this subject. McConnell promised voters:

“When the newly elected representatives take their seats, they will act.”

Naturally, Republicans were divided. Congress pursued the “CRomnibus” keeping the Department of Homeland Security funded until Feb 29 and the rest of government rest fully funded. But not all Republicans agreed, some wanting to shut government down at that time for the fight while others favored a short term funding bill, keeping the government open until 2015. The temporary approval was derided by many, including many conservative groups, given that any funding at all would get the program up and running. Once started they never end. You can’t put the toothpaste back in the tube. And like other programs, it would be further expanded and grow to “unexpected” levels.

Once again, the Republicans caved. Once again, the corporate Congress did the bidding of the major corporations and lobbying groups that allow them to function. Once again the American people have been ignored while both parties fatten on the deals they make. When was the last time any elected official left public service with less money than he had when he was first elected? How many deals are we going to allow people like Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid to make before the spigot is finally shut off?

What I find most disappointing is the fact that both sides are the same. We are governed not by Republicans and Democrats, but by the Uniparty.

Right now, it appears to this veteran that Obama can continue do whatever he wants. Republicans have wasted what leverage they might have had. A number of Party elders blame it on not being able to get the Republican message to the American people. The message I see from Republicans is that we are going to get more of the same.

Corporations, including the National Chamber of Commerce, got the amnesty they wanted. Today, Obama expanded it even more. Americans looking for jobs, living from payday to payday get screwed again and Republicans have shown themselves as Democrat-lite, providing no reason for any citizen to look to them for leadership. Why would any God fearing, hard-working American vote for ANY Republican?

So we’ll wait and see in this next election who is a “Republican” and who is a true conservative. I will vote for the conservative. If I can find one.

Obama’s steno pool always writes what its boss tells them to write

By Kevin “Coach” Collins

The self-important Boston Globe ran an editorial that is a microcosm of how the Left manages to be so consistently wrong on so many substantive issues. The piece had to do with the supposed wrongheadedness of Republican House Speaker John Boehner. It seems that according to the Globe, Boehner has committed some kind of treasonous act by inviting Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel’s Prime Minister, to address a joint session of Congress without asking permission from their boss President Barack Obama.

The writer moans that such an undercutting of Obama’s authority will damage the delicate negotiations Obama is in with the Iranians; negotiations aimed at curtailing Tehran’s nuclear weapons development program.

According to the Globe’s faulty logic, Boehner’s invitation will make the sworn enemies of our only ally in the Middle East less likely to discontinue their nuclear weapons development plans.

If this stance was taken by a legitimately neutral third party, as the media ought to be, this initially counterintuitive position might be worth listening to. Honest public discourse on such vital matters as nuclear weapons in the hands of fanatical lunatics would be helpful if it actually existed, which of course it does not.

The Obama Cheerleaders in Boston and elsewhere see themselves as above “common sense” because it is, well “common” and they see themselves as smarter than everyone else. The media believe that Republican conservatives are evil but dedicated Islamists are not. They believe Israel should roll over and die so that THEY, can beat their breasts and piously proclaim how open minded they are.

They don’t accept the fact that given the chance the same people who run Iran would eagerly chop off their head and make them physically open minded.

These self-hating “Americans” don’t want Obama to be exposed as the fraud he is. They don’t want to remind the few people who still read daily newspapers that it was they who pushed Obama on us to make themselves feel good. They constantly lie by omission and commission to prop up their boss.

The media will never acknowledge there is no progress to be made in dissuading Islamist lunatics from building weapons they intend to use to destroy Israel’s Jews and eventually America’s Jews as well.

They won’t allow the truth to be spoken. That truth is that Obama is merely helping the Iranians appear to be “negotiating” in what even those with only a slight understanding of Islam recognize is a kind of “Hudna,” or fake “truce” designed to allow them to regroup for their next attack.

Instead of calling Benjamin Netanyahu shameless because he is doing everything he can to protect his people, an honest media would be demanding that Barack Obama be so “shameless.” But alas this swipe at Israel and Republicans reminds us that America’s media are merely Obama’s steno pool ready to write or say whatever the boss tells them.                     

Source: http://www.bostonglobe.com/opinion/2015/01/23/benjamin-netanyahu-goes-too-far/t9DYcYGG2EQuNDFWam2xUM/story.html

The Uniparty working to own DC

By Suzanne Eovaldi, staff writer

As Mitt Romney prepares to run a THIRD time for President because Jeb Bush is pre-empting the third timer in big money enclaves controlling the Uniparty’s political machinations, word out of Raleigh, NC is that the Conservatives’ challenge to tan man’s Speaker of the House position may have done more good than our left leaning media would have led us to believe.   

“The word from Washington is that our efforts to go after John Boehner have generated a stronger piece of legislation designed to shut down Obama’s unconstitutional amnesty,” says William Gheen, head of Americans for Legal Immigration. (1)  With some observers opining that the Boehner revolt was the highest, the biggest since the Civil War, perhaps the Ohio man’s seat at the table of lobbyists for banking cartels isn’t quite as imposing as first thought.  Did you see Boehner pull his hanky out of his pocket as Nancy Pelosi gaveled him in again?  If he can’t—or won’t–get a piece of conservative legislation passed, what good is he anyway.  BTW, why does this man cry?

Gheen tells his followers that “we don’t quit fighting if we don’t win;” we fight because it’s what Conservatives do, that is, stand up for America, her Constitution and her average citizens even as they are forced to the back of the Uniparty line.  Obama’s push to implement legislation by executive decree is a stark reminder to Jeb Bush–as is Romney’s Massachusetts paradigm for Obamacare–that even though it’s been run hard and put to bed wet, the old Conservative horse still lives to fight them another day!

Make no mistake.  For the Uniparty to keep returning the same old hired hands to Congress, both Democrats and Republicans now holding power have to keep on fighting too.  On Florida’s Treasure Coast, word bubbled up from a staunch Conservative that certain longtime GOP incumbents were in so much fear of losing this last November that they actually went to BLACK CHURCHES to campaign.  Whether this rumor is true, not true, or somewhere in between, shocking enough is its mere mention as a campaign tactic! Another rumor centers on the fear that Tallahassee GOP party hacks had to pull a promised $250,000 from an honest, decent, well qualified newcomer’s race to dump into the Rick Scott battle when the one-time Conservative was being challenged too heavily by another tan man, former Republican Governor, now Democrat Charlie Crist.

Another former Republican turned Democrat, Patrick Murphy, sailed into US Congress again.  Aided by his declaration of being “Catholic,” in spite of his pro-abortion, pro same sex marriage positions, Murphy clearly was helped back into his finance sub-committee seat by the silence of the Palm Beach Diocese’s Bishop and by far left media outlets on the Treasure Coast.  Many Eastern seaboard liberals have made the trek down the I-95 corridor to the Treasure Coast district, and their religious affiliations may become blurred when a propitious political choice becomes imperative. 

Blurred political lines, blurred party affiliations, blurred cross-over supporters are aiding and abetting Uniparty fossils in DC who now recognize the threat they really are under.  Winning America back to her roots is the real reason true Conservatives fight.  And fight they will.  Gheen is asking for Conservatives to go to www.alipac.com to learn how to ramp up their biggest Amnesty fight of all.  Exposing and defeating the Dem-Rep Uniparty members and the sell-out, elected officials in their DC communes, these are also on the Conservatives Honey-Do lists.  For if rumors are true that certain of Florida’s fossilized GOP candidates had to sleep with the enemy to get re-elected, then the quid pro quo relationship of the entrenched parties might just be more necessary—yet in many ways more tenuous– than their media flacks will ever tell you.

SOURCE: (1)  www.alipac.com    Americans for Legal Immigration, PO Box 30966, Raleigh, NC 27622


Now out of office, Eric Cantor feels free to be himself; this’ll make you glad he’s gone


By Kevin “Coach” Collins

Last June in the run up to a primary he was so sure he would win, former Obama water boy Eric Cantor didn’t bother to campaign. He had told his liars about being a warrior against illegal aliens polluting America and decided to merely wait in Washington for word of his victory. That didn’t happen. He was crushed by a TEA party candidate.  

When he got his head handed to him Cantor was shocked and acted contrite. That was his act then; but now free to be his real self he is taking some very different positions.    As a Wall Street investment banker he is saying the things the people who pay his handsome salary want to hear. They THINK they WANT illegal aliens swarming over our borders and they think Obamacare is working just fine so Cantor says he supports Barack Obama on both issues.     

He is telling his old comrades in Congress that he is worried they will waste their new power “re-litigating” Obamacare and Obama’s illegal amnesty order and opposing his efforts to regulate climate change.” Cantor thinks opposing Obama on these all-out assaults on American liberty does a disservice to us. He’s that smug.    

Reminding us that he never really was one of us, this nervy little twerp calls for Congressional Republicans to “come together” with Barack Obama to “focus on areas where they agree and where progress can be made.” Honestly, he really said that.

His contempt for our intelligence is so deep he recommends Republicans focus on the REALLY important issues like “moving swiftly on trade promotion authority and finalizing the Trans-Pacific Partnership and a new agreement with Europe.” He really said that as well.

Thereafter, presumably speaking with a straight face, he added that there should be swift action to approve updates to our patent laws. Isn’t it nice that at least Cantor is gone?

The re-election of the loathsome John Boehner as House Speaker and election of the equally repugnant Mitch McConnell as Senate Majority Leader will insure that Cantor’s suggestions will trump our demands. We have been stabbed in the back by the Republicans once again.

Nevertheless, our time is coming. It is doubtful that any of these three recognize it, but they are busying themselves not in the service of Wall Street and the US Chamber of Commerce, but in the slow and steady strangulation of the Republican Party. They are apparently oblivious to the fact that rank and file Republicans will get the final say in 2016’s presidential election.  



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Why Karl Rove hates Terri Lynn Land, a candidate conservatives can support


By Kevin “Coach” Collins

Because of the meddling of people like Karl Rove, John Boehner and the rest of the GOPe, what was supposed to be an easy jaunt to a Senate majority finish line next month has turned into a nail biter.

Tokyo Rove has forced Tom Tillis on us in North Carolina. Tillis is not doing well and could very well lose to a very vulnerable Democrat. He and Haley Barbour cheated to get another amnesty rubber stamp, Thad Cochran the nomination in Mississippi re-nominated and he too is headed for defeat. This bunch did the same thing in Kansas and forced Pat Roberts on us. It is no wonder we’re angry and some of us are thinking about sitting this election out.

Nevertheless, Terri Lynn Land’s campaign in Michigan makes this unnecessary. We can keep our integrity and get in this fight for our country.

He has not come out and said so, but Rove most likely hates Terri. He is determined to hand the Democrats control of America for generations by having the Republicans grant amnesty to illegal aliens. That makes Land his enemy.

On the record, Land has said she opposes any form of amnesty. This is why the Democrat in the Michigan race for an open Senate seat is Rove’s choice.

For some, myself included, this is all the reason necessary to support Land. But she is not shy about speaking out on the issues. Here are Terri Lynn Land’s positions on the issues.

As you read them ask yourself why a Republican candidate who is down just 41/39 in an important senate race is constantly overlooked in news reports? When you get to the end you’ll understand.

She supports privatization of Social Security; and simplified federal income taxes. Land is pro-life, pro real marriage and against Gay “marriage.” Land is against Obamacare and was in favor of the government shutdown to fight against it.

Second Amendment rights are absolutes to Land and a strong military is essential to our safety.     

Now you know why the GOPe doesn’t support Land and the media won’t report on her race which is much closer than a few that they are talking about. Neither group likes Terri Lynn Land, but we do.

Please support her at: https://terrilynnland.com/donate/

Source: http://www.ontheissues.org/Senate/Terri_Lynn_Land.htm#Immigrati

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