Saturday, September 26, 2015

Bye Bye Boehner

John Boehner. Really? Stepping down, "life changes, plans change"...right. A man with the kind of power he had is just stepping down, everyone is blaming the far right crazies. I doubt it. Something tells me there is something forcing him out, something like maybe kiddie porn on his computer or he has a profile on Grindr. Maybe a pregnant girlfriend? Now the story is be careful what you wish for, someone worse is going to takeover. Probably, but to me they are all so bad, they waste so much time repealing Obamacare and of course there will be another government shut down. All Republicans want to do is defund everything, meanwhile they are on the corporate gravy train.
What about Boehner's legendary crying? WTF is up with that? Seriously? If Hillary Clinton or Nancy Pelosi cried like that, I can't imagine what would be said or written about them. But Boehner's tears, are treated as normal, which they certainly are not. Good old Mr. Sentimental and all his feels, it's BS. Maybe he's mentally ill and is having a breakdown.
This about says it all. I'm not much for the Democratic Party either, but Boehner has to be the worst and I just wonder what kind of scandal will be left in the wake of his exit? For some reason he's being touted as the only Republican capable of compromise. Seriously. In what universe does the media live in where Boehner is seen as someone who was this great statesman or a public servant carrying out the will of his constituents? Why is it that the day after the Pope gives congress the smackdown that he resigns? Is he hoping that the Pope will be getting all the media attention and no one will be looking at the reason for stepping down? He goes into a basement meeting with Republicans and sings "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah". What kind of professional does that? That's the kind of person that's supposed to be leading congress. I can see a visit to rehab in his future. It's good to know that when Boehner steps down in October he'll at least have created one job.
Remember this Mr. "Compromise" Boehner?

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