Skip to comments.Beck on the ObamaCare ruling: I sure am tired of prominent Republicans selling out conservatives
Posted on 06/28/2012 10:07:19 PM PDT by Bigtigermike
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Well, the good thing is, Beck is back on Philly Radio - 106.9 FM, followed by Rush at noon and then Hannity - just like the old lineup on Philly WPHT 1210 AM before CBS purged their stations.
But yeah, I know what you mean - I enjoyed seeing him on Fox and watching the reaction of the commie retards to every word he uttered.
RE “Shoved off”
Same with Judge Napolitano...
That’s a lot of “ifs”, Rita.
Unless Captain Romnoid sweeps into office with a filibuster proof majority in the Senate, there's no way a repeal happens.
I still don’t understand why anyone seriously thinks the bill will be repealed? Don’t people pay attention to the way things have worked and are working?
Even if Romney wins, the GOP holds the House, and wins the Senate, they ARE NOT going to win 60 seats in the Senate. The GOP House will vote to repeal, the bill will be passed to the Senate and the Democrats will simply filibuster it and not let it be voted on. Especially since the GOP have done this, they will be itching to return the favor. By January 1, 2014 nearly 60% of the bill is due to be implemented. They will hold off until then.
It’s here to stay. The only chance was the Supreme Court in my opinion. And they failed. It’s here to stay.
Bull!!! There is potential to win 70 seats this fall- 23 are in Democrat hands and are up for Reelection.
All 23 of those Senators now HAVE to campaign with gasoline at 4.00/gal, unemployment at 8.5% and having passed the largest tax increase the world has ever seen, in all of human history, as well as the most comprehensive set of bureaucratic shackles ever crafted, in the history of the world. Good Luck..enjoy the #%it sandwich you've made...
All it takes is Romney and 51 Senators.
Yeah and most of them are winning right now by 7+ points. I think even the most optimistic of people would agree that getting to 58 would probably be peak. Flipping 9 or 10 Senate seats in one election is really a monumental task. And the GOP would have to flip 23 as you say to get to 70. It’s not going to happen.
” But yeah, I know what you mean - I enjoyed seeing him on Fox and watching the reaction of the commie retards to every word he uttered.
RE Shoved off
Same with Judge Napolitano...”
Right on both counts.
I know. :)
Hannity complained about the GM bailout. Then GM bought him and he shut up. How did they buy him? By advertising on his show and giving him a Suburban to ride around in. He’s one big hypocrite who loves to hear his own voice. I’ll bet he goes home at night and listens to a replay of that day’s show with all the callers edited out.
I’d bet $$ it’d be the same gaggle that passed TSA, the Patriot Act, Medicare Part-D and any number of other gov’t growth bills.
Just because they 99.9% all ganged up for a group-photo opportunity doesn’t make any one of them worth a warm piss if they were on fire.
Well then, that settles that! If we clearly and earnestly tell GOPe international fascists that we are tired of being betrayed, surely they will stop it. Yeah, that’s the ticket. Vote for Mittens.
No. When one of the two dominate parties implodes another party rises to second party status. The GOP may be reaching that point. From the forced nomination of Romney to it’s inability to adapt to the rise of conservatism, the GOP has resisted change. While I certainly wouldn’t predict when the party will fall, it seems that major changes will need to occur if the GOP is to be a relavent force twenty years from now.
Just When you thought There wasn’t enough room on your Back for another Knife....
I’m not so sure 3rd parties are out of the question any more. That is if the Republicans don’t come through on what they’ve been campaigning on. ( replacing Obamacare, re-invigorating our oil industry, protecting our borders, changing the tax system and doing something to stabilize Social Security and Medicare)
I would prefer the platform of the Constitution Party and Tea Party policies are appealing. I’d have to study the Libertarian party.
Other than help Democrats.
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