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Conservatives Kicked Off Budget Committee to "Get a Deal"

FinalRac Wrote: Dec 04, 2012 11:55 AM
If so,the Speaker has made a fatal mistake. The BASE will simply allow Pubs to wander in the wilderness till Jesus comes. The BASE will not want a compromise under the gun by liars like Obama, Reid and Pelosi. If JB kow tows to them, he is not only through, but so are the Pubs and that frankly is a shame when Pubs should have realized that they are the conserv Party. Alone.
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Dec 04, 2012 12:46 PM
We put them in control of the House and told them they were on probation. I tried to call the RNC but they are hiding under the cover of an automated answering service; I called to tell them to remove my name from their mailing list (I am a Republican leaning Independent and do get solicitiations from them and BONEHEAD regularly) I'm all set. Called my T P Congressman and let his aide know exactly what I think of BONEHEAD and the other two stooges with him. I think BONEHEADS brain has been fried by too much booze, or maybe cooked for spending too much time in the tanning bed.
He is USELESS. Why doesn't he join the DEMONRATS, he is one of them in spirit anyway. I hope
the two Congressmen don't go into exile quietly but continue to make
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Dec 04, 2012 12:47 PM
a lot of noise. I heard BONEHEAD bloviating to Chris Wallace yesterday and didn't believe one word he said, just like I don't believe the Usurper..and both get put on mute or channel switched. I'd rather watch my dog throwing up than watching those two clowns.

It's official. Two of the most conservative Republicans in the House have been kicked off of the House Budget Committee by Speaker John Boehner.

Representatives Tim Huelskamp of Kansas and Justin Amash of Michigan - both favorites of the anti-tax Tea Party movement - are among those Republicans voting most often against House Speaker John Boehner.

Huelskamp and Amash, who both will begin second terms in the House next month, voted against last year's deal to raise the federal debt limit and staunchly oppose any tax increases. Boehner has now included new revenue in...