How about the Conservatives in the House mobilize to vote out Boehner from his leadership position?
The GOP does not represent me or America in any way, shape or form.
20% of the people are liberal and 40% are conservative. A new political party the Tea Party will fix them just fine.
We are ready and we will work our @$$es off to do it.
I and so many others are so done with the E-GOP...
If the two party dance is over, the next best thing is a one party dance. Don’t confuse people with party choices.
Has anyone told Boner that 800 billion was exactly what Obama asked for during the election? Geithner doubled everything ( top 2%, 160 billion tax hike, etc) on Sunday. Does Boner have ANY negotiation skills???
When the dems got too left, what did Reagan do? He left and pointed out that his former party had left HIM.
And that’s exactly what the Repubicans have done with ME.
SCREW THE REPUBLICAN PARTY —NOT my party, no way. NO MORE>
Politician is plural; they're all in bed together!!!!!
If I go tomorrow to change my voter registration, what are my choices besides independent?
I would like to register as Tea Party... but it is not formed.
Is there a conservative party? or constitution party?
You either make the republican party more conservative or nothing. A third party won’t do anything. And while our house leader isn’t good, I don’t think ANYONE will like the debt deal or lack thereof. This divide and conquer tactic on us is working apparently...because some folks on here think you can just make a conservative party and naturally win all elected office....dream on. We have to find a way to gather a majority conservative party and republican lite party together or we’re just a losing party all the way.
The GOP is the Judenrat to the MarxoFascists in power. Anyone who doesn't see and understand that is hopelessly lost to a virulent form of cognitive dissonance - the one that holds on and deliberately ignores the truth because it's too painful to accept.
Conservatives must think beyond just Third Party. We're under enemy occupation folks. We better wake up and recognize that.
The GOP are the Judenrat for the enemy.
They' are already helping the MarxoFascists annihilate Conservative voices and rendering us extinct in national politics. If history repeats - those same Collaborators will help criminalize Obama's political enemies and stand there pretending to be shocked when the very people they helped the enemy war against, are rounded up and disposed of.
We need a third political party. If the GOP fields a real conservative candidate, we endorse him/her. Otherwise we run our own.
Its time for tough love and time to take down the RINOs. They gave us Romney and Romney gave us 4 more years of Obama and now Boner and McConnell are going to give us four more years of Boner and McConnell.
Its got to stop. NOW.
If the R-conservatives were smart, they would coalesce and tell Boehner — hey, you wanna be speaker next year? Then reappoint those you just dumped. Otherwise, WE are helping the Dems re-seat Pelosi.
R-conservatives need to take a stand or Boehner and the GOPe’s will continue to depose them.
Long past time. I have very little in common with the thinking of those who are generally known as leaders of the Republican Party.
If more conservatives had refused to vote for Romney, the GOP might be less likely to nominate another liberal in 2016. The fact that Romney got so many votes probably pushed the conservative movement back four years.
We call ourselves The T.E.A. Party!
The parties have continued to march left...the democrats are now communists, and the republicans are now what dems used to be...we need a party for conservatives. I still like the platform of the Constitution Party.
So how about Sarah Palin taking Armey’s spot at FreedomWorks and leading the gradual development of the GOP’s replacement?
For 2014, I’d suggest getting the tea party on the ballot in states like CT and NY that allow candidates to be listed on multiple party lines. By 2016 I’d like to see the tea party with a nationwide structure and a pre-primary national convention by which the party selects its GOP candidate to back through the primaries—this is the GOP’s absolutely last chance!. If that process ends up working (and I’d hope Palin would be the candidate they’d end up supporting), then fine. If not, I want to see the party on the ballot in all 50 states by 2018, and winning the presidency in 2020.