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HomePatriot DispatchesNew Commerce Secretary: John Bryson.

New Commerce Secretary: John Bryson.

You know him.

Mr. Bryson is a co-founder of The Natural Resources Defense Council.

Leftist, Totalitarian, Cap-And-Traitor, Rule by fiat, etc.

The Senate voted Thursday to approve President Barack Obama’s nomination of former utility executive John Bryson to head the Commerce Department, overcoming conservatives’ objections that his pro-environmental views made him unsuited for the job.

Twenty-one Republicans joined all 51 Democrats and two independents in backing Bryson, while 26 Republicans voted no.

****** said he wouldn’t have nominated Bryson, but said senators should not block presidents from appointing top cabinet officials except for rare occasions “when that individual is not fit to serve.”

I blanked out the name in that last bit so you could take a guess who uttered the long-held “tradition” that helped get us to where we stand today.

C’mon, should be easy to figure out.

Not a clue, eh ?

Here’s a hint: 52 to 48.

Didn’t help, did it ?

Okay, here ya go:  Arizona’s own John McCain.

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21 traitors to the nation and free enterprise.

Lamar Alexander (R-TN) — Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) — Scott Brown (R-MA)
Saxby Chambliss (R-GA) — Daniel Coats (R-IN) — Thad Cochran (R-MS)
Susan Collins (R-ME) — Bob Corker (R-TN) — Lindsey Graham (R-SC)
Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX) — John Isakson (R-GA) — Mike Johanns (R-NE)
Mark Kirk (R-IL) — Richard Lugar (R-IN) — John McCain (R-AZ)
Jerry Moran (R-KS) — Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) — Robert Portman (R-OH)
Olympia Snowe (R-ME) — John Thune (R-SD) — Patrick Toomey (R-PA)

Source: Senate.gov

These people need to hear from you in the strongest possible manner.

Each and every one of them lied to you regarding Mr. Bryson’s confirmation.

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Reporting from South Flori-duh,

E. Phil Chew™
Heavily armed bagel eater.

a.k.a. Kenny Solomon
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  1. Thanks for sharing, E. Phil. 🙂 And here we thought we only had to take twelve senate seats to restore a constitutional republic. Taking 33 seats seems a pretty daunting task. But why should we be surprised who is acceptable to the Republicans? After all, an open, avowed Communist (Van Jones), was just all right as the Green Jobs Czar. Until Glenn Beck, who has more on the ball than all 21 senators combined, shamed the administration into bidding fond farewell to Van. (Although he’s continuing the struggle out there n the periphery).

  2. Great. Just what we need: Another commie in government.

    Assisted, of course, by our reasonable and good friends across the aisle on the Republican side. Way to stand strong for the Republic, my friends.

    🙁

  3. Hi, E Phil (love the handle!)

    My first guess was wrong, Mr. Graham. Got it right as a 2nd choice.

    As always, overjoyed (not!) to see my esteemed Senator, Mr. Kirk, hanging right in there. I burned his lawn-sign right after the election, good riddance. (but still better than the mobster loan shark he ran against)

      • Indeed, Queenie, Tennessee CAN do better, but Alexander isn’t up again until ’14. It’s Corker I’d like to see gone this time around. There’s talk that Hank Williams, Jr, may try a run for his seat. I’d vote for him. The sound bites alone from that campaign would be priceless.

        Corker only got the seat in the first place because there were two conservatives in the primary, Ed Bryant and Van Hilleary, and neither would back down. Bryant should have been our senator that time. Instead we got the ever-affable, business oriented, non conservative Corker, who seldom fails to make me teeth-grittingly furious. And as to Alexander, I simply despise the man. He’s a taller John McCain.

  1. Thanks for sharing, E. Phil. 🙂 And here we thought we only had to take twelve senate seats to restore a constitutional republic. Taking 33 seats seems a pretty daunting task. But why should we be surprised who is acceptable to the Republicans? After all, an open, avowed Communist (Van Jones), was just all right as the Green Jobs Czar. Until Glenn Beck, who has more on the ball than all 21 senators combined, shamed the administration into bidding fond farewell to Van. (Although he’s continuing the struggle out there n the periphery).

  2. Great. Just what we need: Another commie in government.

    Assisted, of course, by our reasonable and good friends across the aisle on the Republican side. Way to stand strong for the Republic, my friends.

    🙁

  3. Hi, E Phil (love the handle!)

    My first guess was wrong, Mr. Graham. Got it right as a 2nd choice.

    As always, overjoyed (not!) to see my esteemed Senator, Mr. Kirk, hanging right in there. I burned his lawn-sign right after the election, good riddance. (but still better than the mobster loan shark he ran against)

      • Indeed, Queenie, Tennessee CAN do better, but Alexander isn’t up again until ’14. It’s Corker I’d like to see gone this time around. There’s talk that Hank Williams, Jr, may try a run for his seat. I’d vote for him. The sound bites alone from that campaign would be priceless.

        Corker only got the seat in the first place because there were two conservatives in the primary, Ed Bryant and Van Hilleary, and neither would back down. Bryant should have been our senator that time. Instead we got the ever-affable, business oriented, non conservative Corker, who seldom fails to make me teeth-grittingly furious. And as to Alexander, I simply despise the man. He’s a taller John McCain.

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