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Tuesday, October 31, 2017

"There is no Republican Party" says Boehner

Republicans are actually FDR New Dealers
It is refreshing to hear a major Republican admit that the party really does not exist.

  • Based on the policies they fund and protect the so-called "Conservative" GOP is actually a radical Leftist FDR New Dealer party. Even now they are protecting Obamacare and open borders.
  • The GOP is not Marxist. That is good. But they are not Conservative.  The party protects, defends and fully funds every possible big government program created from FDR to LBJ to Comrade Obama.
  • That is why the Ross Perot and Trump Nationalist movements happened.

(Salon)  -  The Tea Party rebellion is one of several internal Republican insurrections which seem to happen every 10-15 years by which American conservatism has become increasingly radicalized and isolated from even Republican voters.
Boehner's own career is a perfect example of the cycle.
“He came to Congress wanting to burn it to the ground,” Mike Sommers, Boehner's former chief of staff told Politico. “And by the time he left, he was the ultimate institutionalist.”
While Boehner eventually learned to respect the trust that he had been given, the unfortunate reality is that the people he helped elect have not. As a result, the entity that's been the most harmed by the GOP's radicalization loop is the Republican Party itself:
Trump himself is less a source of apprehension for top Republicans than what he represents: a fracturing of the party and a corollary decline in its ability to govern. “We basically run a coalition government without the efficiency of a parliamentary system,” Ryan complains.
When I ask Boehner whether the Republican Party can survive this, he cuts me off. “There is no Rep—.” He stops himself. “You were about to say, ‘There is no Republican Party,” I tell him. He shrugs. “There is. But what does it even mean? Donald Trump’s not a Republican. He’s not a Democrat. He’s a populist. He doesn’t have an ideological bone in his body.” So who, I ask, is the leader of the party? “There is nobody,” he says.
I ask Boehner what he thinks historians will make of his speakership. “They’ll be talking about the end of the two-party system,” he replies.
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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

They got no Money ... what is that as FDR `s