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Five Good Men

Rick 2811 Wrote: Jan 07, 2013 8:19 AM
It seems that Democrat and Republican established leaders just go along to get along paying little attention to the results; It's quite difficult in the end telling them apart. Their rhetoric in public is different but when it gets down to votes, they are too similar. Go along to get along and hope for the disaster not to occur. Sen. Mitchell says "okay, we passed the bill to tax a lot more, so now we must deal with the more important problem of spending." Let me make a prediction Senator, you won't get squat and you'll once again "go along to get along."
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Jan 07, 2013 6:18 PM
Yep but we need some Senators who are willing to stand in the gap. And hopefully Boehner will have listened to the rebels and instead of kissing up to the LOOTER in Chief, will challenge him..
Although I think Pigs will fly first. I read one of the stories on Red STATE or D C or one other one this morning, don't remember which that says the GOP suits will get even with the conservatives and Tea Partiers who ran against his tyranny by primarying them out, the main target will be the freshman whose name escapes me (I am terrible with names) who was just sworn in and voted against John BARACK O'Boehner. So its up to us to make sure these suits are primaried with good conservatives while giving support and donations to the others.

There are a few good men. And by “a few,” I mean five.

Certainly there are far more than five good men in America. But in the U.S. Senate, there are just five moral Republicans.

Who am I referring to? Let me introduce you to the five men in the Senate who stood their ground while their Republican peers (save two abstainers) voted for a fiscal cliff deal that essentially codifies theft:

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Kentucky), Sen. Richard Shelby (R-Alabama), Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Florida), and Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah).

I think conservatives and libertarians...