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The Need For Speed and Detail On the Pledge of Repeal

JohnB316 Wrote: Jul 05, 2012 1:01 PM
I have to disagree with Hugh on this one. John Boehner needs to be removed as Speaker if the Republicans keep the House in 2012 and be replaced by somebody who has proven he knows how to stand up to libtards and can take their garbage - Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin. There is nothing in the House rules that mandates that the Speaker be an elected member of the House. Unlike Boehner, who is purely "go along to get along," Scott Walker took on the public sector unions in Wisconsin and won convincingly. If the Republicans can manage to win the Senate in 2012, Mitch McConnell is the LAST person who should be the Majority Leader. He has been as feckless as Boehner has been in the House. I'd like to see either somebody else take this role too.
JohnB316 Wrote: Jul 05, 2012 1:04 PM
To add to the above, Eric Cantor and Kevin McCarthy also need to go, since they are part of the problem of "go along to get along" with the libtards while the libtards are stabbing this country in the back and taking it, guided by King Hussein Soetoro, toward increasing tyranny.

Do you trust the Congressional GOP to do everything they can to repeal Obamacare if Mitt Romney wins the presidency and if at least 51 GOP senators are elected and the House GOP majority maintained?

Do you trust them to move as quickly as possible to do so?

I do, because the political consequences of failing to do so would be so immense as to cost the GOP their newly won majorities in 2014. If empowered by the voters, the failure to repeal Obamacare will result a massive repudiation of the GOP by its own base.