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Monday, December 31, 2012

There Are Three Co-equal Bodies. Obama Not the Whole Show

I go nuts every time a TV person says: “Well after all Obama won” (with his promise to raise taxes and spend more).  O.K.  He received 65,367,643.  At the same time, let’s remind them that  53,402,643 elected Republican members of the House, a co-equal branch.  That still represents a lot of America.

26 comments:

Sarkazein said...

Our Communists want their rubber stamp politburo too.

Johnny Rico said...

Liberal,

You were waiting for a new thread weren't you? Why not post in any of the below threads. Content a little to uncomfortable for you dolts? LOL!!!!

As for gerrymandered districts, I believe the demoturds have those too. Ask Barbara Boxer or Diane Feinstein about gerrymandering and how they became career politicians. Of course you wouldn't say a peep if Demoturds controlled the House would you? LOL!!!!

Who was the demoturd Senator caught with 100,000 in cash in his freezer a couple years back? He couldn't explain where the money came from, yet he was re-elected!!! Careful casting stones from a glass house.

The Tea Party is working hard right now to keep RINO republicans and democrats from continuing the unsustainable spending plauging our country. This last check and balance is the only thing keeping things in check right now. Be interesting to see if they hold firm or cave in.

Your ole pal

Johnny Rico

Lauren Lanetti

Johnny Rico said...

The Senate is a lost cause. Mitch McConnel and Senate Republicans are caving on the so-called fiscal cliff talks. If they cave on fiscal cliff talks, won't they also cave on gun control when it comes to a vote? Vote these RINO idiots out and replace them with someone else. I didn't elect RINO Republicans to cave into increased government spending. McConnel just said Republicans are "PROTECTING" us from tax hikes by this compromise. Bull#$#$!!!!! They've had years to lower taxes, increase freedom, and downsize government. When the republicans were handed the Presidency and both houses under Bush, they did nothing but increase spending and government.

Fox news puppets are, as usual, trying to spin this as an example of Republicans working across the isle. Fox is even putting words in my mouth by saying Americans must be happy they are working with democrats!! Bulls@#$!!! I'm not happy with ANY talks. We NEED to go off this cliff even though we went off it a long time ago.

Let those tax rates go up. It will stall the economy and plunge us where we need to be. Then, we creep closer to rebuilding things from the grassroots.

The Tea Party Conservatives in the House will be the critical link in all of this. Will they cave like establishment Republicans or will they stop the madness? It will be interesting. If they choose to stop government growth and spending, it will signal the rise of a conservative body within a body. This conservative body will further degrade establishment republicans and give citizens something to be confident in.

Blogger, the three equal co-bodies you speak of are dependant on Tea Party Conservatives to save the nation. Will they do it? That's the million dollar question.

Johnny Rico

Johnny Rico said...

Any liberals want to debate the merits of Tea Party Conservatiives in the House of Representatives? They are as much of the Executive Branch as the president (notice lower case). LOL!!

Your ole pal

Johnny Rico

Johnny Rico said...

POV idiot,

"Tea Party Consevatives in the House." What is wrong with that statement? Sounds pretty accurate. The House is indeed part of the legislative branch of government. I agree with this so what's your point? There are many ignored truth posts on this site you liberal socialist sheep have ignored. Little too hot for you I guess!!!! LOL!!!!!!

Johnny Rico said...

Check out Senator Burr's statement on fiscal cliff negotiations from his own website:

"Last night, Republicans laid an offer on the table, but the President instructed Majority Leader Reid not to make a counteroffer that could help move the process forward."

I take this to mean Burr supported raising taxes along with Mitch McConnel. I thought Burr was elected to lower taxes and decrease the size of government. Hmmmm, I must have been mistaken on that.

This is not surprising since it was Burr who sided with the corrupt Town of Blowing Rock to defraud local sportsmen out of 198 acres of hunting land. After Virginia Foxx invited Blowing Rock Town Manager Scott Hildebran to testify in front of the House of Representatives on the land grab, while making it a point to exclude local hunters from the meeting, Burr took a cue and did the same thing!

Burr invited a spokeswoman from the National Park Service to testify in front of the Senate committe on the environment. Hunters and outdoorspersons were summarily not invited or outright excluded from this meeting.

Burr is a RINO Republitard. He represents exactly what is wrong with America. I wouldn't trust Burr to get me out of a fiscal crisis if my life depended on it!!! Another example of poor representation in the Senate. Vote Burr out of office. Anyone, including a liberal, will be better than this two-faced idiot.

Your ole pal

Johnny Rico

Johnny Rico said...

Richard Burr supports raising taxes. Vote Burr out of office.

guy faulkes said...

Damn, I never thought that the dolt would become a fan of Rico. In a way this is disturbing as I am also a Rico fan, and I have never known he dolt to be right about anything.

I do not think the liberal one realizes that Rico is trying to spur the right to become aggressive in their dealings in the rude, obnoxious manner of the left. In other words, she wants to fight fire with fire. This would be his worst nightmare.

Johnny Rico said...

Guy,

I missed what the village idiot said. He must not realize my goal is to fill Senate and Congress with far right conservatives. Sometimes the best way to do that is to let the system crash, even if it means putting a liberal in office as they (liberals) will do nothing but raise taxes and spend. Ah well, if he is a fan of mine then great.

Johnny Rico said...

The Senate only had 8 no votes for the last minute tax raising measures. Two of those were Rand Paul and Marco Rubio. I wonder if North Carolina Senator Richard Burr was among the remaining 6 no votes? Unless he read this excellant blog and redressed himself, my bet would be Senator Richard Burr voted YES to raise taxes and deepen the deficit. Look at the deficit number Blogger has provided us on this site and remember Senator Richard Burr has voted to add to this deficit. Typical establishment Republican.

Johnny Rico

Johnny Rico said...

If establishment republicans will compromise on raising our taxes and deepening the deficit, do you think they will have a problem taking your 2nd Amendment Rights later this month when the Assault Weapons ban is introduced?

Johnny Rico said...

Here's idiot Richard Burr's statement on his "YES" vote for the fiscal cliff:

"“While the deal we voted on tonight was far from perfect and not as comprehensive as I had hoped, I supported this proposal because it protects 99% of Americans from increased taxes, it provides permanent certainty on the estate tax and Alternative Minimum Tax, it provides one year of protection for the reimbursement of doctors, it extends unemployment insurance for one year, and the net result of the deal provides over $600 billion that should be used to pay down our national debt.”


I can't tell the difference in what he says and what a liberal socialist sheep says. He sounds almost exactly like Kay Hagen. No mention of entitlement benefits for illegal aliens, our continuing deficit spending, and fighting against big government.

What I get from Burr's statement, is the 1% is evil and must be brought down! Just like Hussein Obama said during his campaign! Burr also says he has "protected" us by voting yes.

No thanks. I don't need your protection. That's not why you're there my RINO friend. If you really cared about "protecting" us middle class members, then it seems strange you waited until the last hour of the year to pass something like this! What a dolt.

Many in Watauga County got a dose of Burr's liberalism during the Blowing Rock land grab. Burr chose government over the people every step of the way. He did it again last night. Burr is a RINO liberal. Vote him out.

Your ole pal

Johnny Rico

Johnny Rico said...

The destruction of the republican party continues!!! One thing about it; these idiots (RINOs)will ride it straight into the ground without flinching. No use in convincing an idiot who thinks he's right.

Blogger said...

The eight senators voting no were Michael Bennet (D-CO), Tom Carper (D-DE), Charles Grassley (R-IA), Tom Harkin (D-IA), Mike Lee (R-UT), Rand Paul (R-KY), Marco Rubio (R-FL), and Richard Shelby (R-AL).

Not voting were Jim DeMint (R-SC), Mark Kirk (R-IL), and Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ).

Johnny Rico said...

If House Republicans don't step up and allow us to go off the so-called fiscal cliff, they've missed a grand opportunity. Americans paying higher taxes won't be happy. hussein obama will try to spin it as the Republicans fault, but he is the President and will have to at least share the blame. In 2014 the Republicans can run on lowering taxes and people will listen.

Liberal socialists, by contrast, won't be able to run on lowering taxes as they've been proponets of tax hikes for years now. Republicans could secure many seats and gain a bit of power. The question is will the House stand fast or cave like the Senate did? I think it will be a close vote due to Tea Party Republicans.

Johnny Rico

Johnny Rico said...

Holy crap, we had 3 Democrats with convictions strong enough to vote NO. Too bad Republicans don't have a little conviction of their own.

Kind of like Watauga County so called conservatives. No conviction whatsoever. Sheep.

Johnny Rico said...

How will the House vote go? We all know Boehner will follow the Senates lead. A good article from "The Hill" (http://thehill.com/homenews/house/275087-boehners-100-loyal-soldiers-might-give-him-political-cover-on-fiscal-cliff) identifies 92 Representatives who will vote with Boehner no matter what. Two of these 92 are from NC and include the following RINOs:

Howard Coble
Renee Elmers

Virginia Foxx is listed as sometimes voting with Boehner.

Virginia Foxx, how will you vote? Will you vote to raise taxes and increase the deficit, or will you vote for freedom and allow this country to self-correct? Vote NO on the Fiscal Cliff.

Johnny Rico

Johnny Rico said...

Latest news is the House will vote to approve the bill that raises taxes and creates debt.

Although it's not yet come to a vote, I wanted to remind jester conservatives that I called this 2 weeks ago. This whole bill has absolutely nothing to do with taxes or spending.

It has everything to do with unemployment benefits. As I said over the past 2 weeks, time and again, there is no way liberals and establishment republicans will allow Americans to be put out of work by ILLEGAL ALIENS. When Americans go to the soup line, the 20 million gainfully employeed illegal aliens will come into the limelight. Can't have that now can we.

I told the jester conservatives this, and not one comment. Not one. What a beaten bunch of whimps faux conservatives are.

This signals the end of the Republican Party and good riddance! We need a conservative party to put a halt to deficet spending, tax hikes, and most of all loss of liberty.

And I must remind readers that I said this whole thing is window dressing anyway. The fiscal cliff drama is meant to distract your attention from more important things like losing what littles left of your liberty.

Did I not say it would play out just like it has?

Your ole pal

Johnny Rico

Johnny Rico said...

The Republicans say they have to vote "Yes" on the bill to divert the fiscal cliff because if they don't, they will be blamed for taxes going up. Uh huh.

If that's all it takes, we have a nice little blueprint for how Feinstein will pass the draconian gun control measure she is proposing. It will be out day after tomorrow. The Republicans will be blamed for not passing it. They are after re-election and this my friends is how your liberty will go up in smoke in a few short weeks.

I told you policians would never vote "NO" on the fiscal cliff bill, and now I am saying they will vote "YES" to the gun control measure which will be out on January 3. You can bet on it.

Brought to you by Johnny Rico.

My touch of clairvoyance stems from intense study and interaction with establishment RINO republicans over the years. It took some hard lessons, but after being burned by RINOs more than once it becomes fairly easy to predict how they will react. A RINO will sell you out in a second as they have done with the fiscal cliff and how they will do on the "Assault Weapons" ban.

Any faux conservatives care to disagree with me?

And finally, how did RINO Fox vote on the fiscal cliff? Bet you a kiss she voted "YES".

Johnny Rico said...

Republicans are in full retreat right now. The party of POV has beaten them at every turn. To the victors go the spoils!!!!

Johnny Rico said...

Republicans 85 yay
Democrats 172 Yays

This shows that establishment republitards knew just how many votes they needed to match Democratic votes to pass the bill. What a bunch of wimps the establishment republicans are.

Then again, when we have faux conservatives, like those in Watauga County, the republicans will never be held to task. Welcome to a new America folks.

Johnny Rico said...

And I just heard it folks. Did you?

hussein obama mentioned protecting children against gun violence as part of his fiscal cliff speech in which he said republicans and democrats need to CONTINUE to work together.

The republicans just cut your collective throats folks, and hussein obama is taking full advantage of it. Here it comes!

Told ya so!!!!!!!!!!

Johnny Rico said...

Told you jester conservatives that after the Fiscal Cliff deal passed, demoturds would use it to force repulitards to pass the assault weapons ban.

I can hear it now. "You voted to protect Americans against higher taxes, but you won't protect our children against gun violence".

Any of you head-in-the-sand faux conservatives want to argue with me? You dolts are about as worthless a bunch of rabbit pellets that I know of. Any of you "good ole boys" who think you're conservative wanna chime in? That's what I thought. Idiots.

Your ole pal

Johnny Rico

Sarkazein said...

And then there is the rubber stamp party.

Johnny Rico said...

And you're so irrelevant you can't seem to keep a post up very long! What a loser.

The party of higher taxes, subjegation and elitism - demoturds like pov socialist will never get it right. LOL!!

Your ole pal

Johnny Rico

Johnny Rico said...

Any conservatives care to make a comment on what I told you was going to happen 2 weeks ago? Or you can let the povs of the world win again and again. They are the tigers of the modern era wheras so called conservatives are the sheep.

Losers.

Your ole pal

Johnny Rico