Do you know what Speaker Boehner and the House have accomplished?

Posted on March 7, 2011. Filed under: Activism, Conservative, government, Politics | Tags: , , , , |


For over two years now, I have watched every session of the House and Senate.  It should probably be entitled: “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly”.  However, a new day has come.  Although America did not win the Senate, we did win the House by some of the most significant numbers since the Great Depression.

I have watched and waited.  Each moment of frustration, anger, determination, and valor was exhibited by Conservatives for the world to see on the floor of the Congress.  How many people in America would never be aware of how these remarkable individuals were brow beaten, taunted, and excluded by the Majority (Liberal) party?  The media certainly didn’t cover it.  I’ve tried my best to reach out on numerous blogs to make people aware of the literal transformation on the floor of the House.  It was clear to see the “light bulb” was going off for many of them, just as it had for the Tea Party.  They recognized how close we were to changing our country forever.

Stepping up the pace, I began to give speeches about what was being witnessed, so that others might know about the positive changes that were occurring.  As the frequency of speeches requested increased, the hecklers and infiltrators at these gatherings increased as well.  People were making fun of Speaker Boehner and stating clearly Congress was doing nothing.  I knew this to be lies, because of the dedicated time for over two years to the research effort.

Did you know that George Washington wept when contemplating the battle facing he and his men in surviving the harsh wintry weather at Valley Forge?  We have had many leaders who had greatness thrust upon them, and they were overcome with momentary emotion as they began their journey.  Is there doubt in any patriot’s mind at the magnitude of the task and the importance of getting our country back, before it’s too late?  I might have shed a tear or two as well, had this quest been placed upon my shoulders.  Speaker Boehner, like so many leaders in our past, is humbled by the whole experience.  Some of the finest leaders our country has ever known, have exhibited the same emotion over the honor.  He does not deserve the wrath of the conservatives in this country, but rather our support. 

If you go to the majority leader’s website, the entire list of programs they have terminated, and the summary of all budget cuts is there:  http://www.majorityleader.gov/YouCut/  The first pass at cuts was to focus on elimination of any job killing programs, or obvious waste.  It is not an easy task.  I challenged myself recently to try and unravel very complicated Federal Budgets.  The fact that they are this complicated is an instant red flag to me.

The budgets are not all the House accomplished.  There is much more.  Go to the Republican Study Commitee website to get a better view of what they have done to date:  http://rsc.jordan.house.gov/default.aspx

In conclusion, perhaps we should all consider the tasks of the American people.  To prevent the further transformation of our beloved country, it is imperative to take the Senate back and the White House.  These need to be filled with as many conservatives as possible.  The unfortunate part of the next two years is all the good work of the House will likely be minimized due to the blocking of everything by the Senate with the liberal majority.

As good conservatives, what do you think the impact will be if we continue to slam the conservatives in the blogs and speeches for every move they make?  Do you think these actions could possibly persuade voters (or new people in the patriot movement) to change their vote?  If we whine and moan, without giving any facts….we the people are sabotaging our possibility of winning in 2012.  Think about it.  Do you want to be part of the effort to save the country?  OR, would you rather help the liberals completely rob us of our liberty?  The choice is up to each of us.

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2 Responses to “Do you know what Speaker Boehner and the House have accomplished?”

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Thank you. I have been saying the same thing. Every achievement we make in the House should be acknowledged and praised. We cannot continue to nit-pick at our Congressmen/women because they didn’t get a certain bill passed. I watched as much as possible on C-Span of bills presented. There were many. We should thank them for what they were able to accomplish.

The real problem comes when they run out of acceptable cuts — then is when they have to stand firm. The Republican problem is going to be articulating their position to the electorate. Witness the debacle in WI. The clear issue is that the Democrats are ignoring the obligation to be present for legislation. Truly, they should be recalled for their actions. However, they have shifted the discussion to what’s in the bill — not their absence from the legislature.

We can expect the same kind of thing if it truly becomes necessary for the Republicans to shut down the Government.


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