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A 2011 History of the House

OK, I got it and you patriots are absolutely right. The Boehner plan is woefully inadequate. Agreed. Is it a hill to die on? For some, it may be, but if the frosh break and vote for Boehner’s bill, please remember it’s not like they haven’t been trying. Right now, as you are reading this, the OFA and the unions are wearing our friends out.

And they are our friends:

This year, the House voted to repeal Obamacare, 245-189
This year, the House voted to restrict taxpayer funding of abortion, 251-175
This year, the House voted to pass Cut-Cap-Balance, 234-190

All this aint nothing. These votes are a matter of record and the American people, with a little help from us, will remember. This all happened with leadership we don’t like. The fact that the Senate and Obama won’t vote for this stuff is not the fault of our tea party frosh. It falls squarely on the shoulders of the American people for electing Barbara Boxer, Harry Reid and the bearded Marxist in Delaware.

For now, we conservatives DO NOT have the VOTES but we can fix that in 2012 and that’s what we should be most focused on. If you can’t be a precinct committeeman or delegate, tell somebody who can. If you can’t work on a conservative campaign, send cash and support them however you can. Are we really all so busy we can’t get out and walk a precinct for what we say we believe in? Can we not take an hour to drop in to our local congresscritter’s office and thank them/spank them and lobby them.

Are we really activists __or__ do we just want to bitch about losing our freedom and flame those we have elected?

A Republic, if you can keep it. That should be the goal. A conservative split serves only the socialist Democrats.

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Texas native. Conservative small businessman with 31 years experience. Government should roll back the nanny state. No country can tax its way to prosperity. The question isn't who will let me but who will stop me?

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  1. Right you are, Pil. I agree here, and elsewhere, that to blame the Members, individually, would be a mistake. A big one. A third party looms. Boehner (and Cantor, since this last plan is his, I’m told) may live and die by it, but the Members, no, I’m on your side,

  1. Right you are, Pil. I agree here, and elsewhere, that to blame the Members, individually, would be a mistake. A big one. A third party looms. Boehner (and Cantor, since this last plan is his, I’m told) may live and die by it, but the Members, no, I’m on your side,

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