No One Is Asking Why

John Boehner “got his Irish up” last week when people rejected the budget plan put forth by Paul Ryan and Patty Murray:

Boehner vented his frustration, saying the groups had “lost all credibility.”

For some reason, Paul Ryan felt compelled to apologize to “conservative activist groups” for Boehner:

Ryan adopted a more diplomatic tone in the interview, calling the groups “indispensable.”

So it is business as usual in Washington, D.C. Our leaders do not defend their actions: they attack the people that they supposedly represent. How dare we question their hard work.

How dare we not? There are few representatives and senators who are trying to save the country. In a very literal sense. Compromise and appeasement will not solve any problems and now the ‘opposition’ to the administration has become nothing more than a whore. Sorry for the terminology but what happens when the landlord comes for the rent and you have no money?

And we have no money. Boehner’s pitiful defense of the Ryan sellout only proves (once again) that there is no solution to our nation’s bankruptcy. And there is no debate on this issue: no one can argue that the country is not bankrupt by any definition. So under Boehner’s brilliant leadership, we have kicked the can down the road again. Except for cutting the military’s pensions.

John Boehner has learned from the pResident that the people can be misdirected very easily by controversy or another “crisis”. Rather than focus on John Boehner’s words, let us ask why the House of Representatives passed another spending bill instead of a real budget? Once we force these domestic enemies to defend their actions, they will be exposed. As Boehner and Ryan have now been exposed.

David DeGerolamo

Ryan: Boehner ‘got his Irish up’

Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) “just kind of got his Irish up” when he lashed out at conservative activist groups this week, Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) said.

“He was frustrated that these groups came out in opposition to our budget agreement before we reached a budget agreement,” Ryan said in an interview set to air Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”

Groups like Heritage Action, FreedomWorks and Americans for Prosperity came out against the deal Ryan brokered with Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) before seeing the details.

After months of privately seething at the organizations, Boehner vented his frustration, saying the groups had “lost all credibility.”

“I think they’re pushing our members in places where they don’t want to be,” Boehner said.

Ryan adopted a more diplomatic tone in the interview, calling the groups “indispensable.”

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