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Human101948

(3,457 posts)
Sat Sep 26, 2015, 09:10 AM Sep 2015

Congress now expected to come to a complete dysfunctional breakdown...

Wingnuts think that without Boehner they'll reach Nirvana! Watch out America!

Conservatives Rush To Dance On John Boehner's Grave

"Today’s announcement is a sign that the voice of the American people is breaking through in Washington. Now is the time for a principled, conservative leader to emerge," Heritage CEO Michael Needham said in a statement.

In an op-ed for the Independent Journal Review, Red State's Erick Erickson said that Boehner had "increasingly marginalized conservatives."

"Boehner’s problem is that he held more and more of his own party in the House in contempt. In the end, it wasn’t just the conservatives who felt shut out and unable to do business with Boehner. Everyone else did to. So Boehner had to go," Erickson wrote.

Conservative groups like Gun Owners of America and FreedomWorks applauded their supporters' efforts to oppose Boehner.

http://talkingpointsmemo.com/news/conservatives-react-boehner-resignation

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Congress now expected to come to a complete dysfunctional breakdown... (Original Post) Human101948 Sep 2015 OP
...and all this time i thought President Obama was their problem.... spanone Sep 2015 #1

spanone

(136,574 posts)
1. ...and all this time i thought President Obama was their problem....
Sat Sep 26, 2015, 09:17 AM
Sep 2015

what a bunch of fucking douche nozzles

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