|Frugal Republican Socialism|
Michele Bachmann attacks opponents in the GOP race for President.
Hitting the nail on the head . . .
Bachmann hits a home run saying her opponents are "Frugal Socialists".
Michele Bachmann unloaded a series of attacks on unnamed opponents lumping fellow Republicans together with socialists. Bachmann’s remarks before social conservatives at the Family Research Council.
"Too many Republicans, they also aspire to be 'frugal socialists,' " Bachmann said, vowing to eradicate socialism throughout the U.S. government if elected President.
|The fact of the matter is 95% of all Republican members|
of Congress are RINOs. Spending is never really cut,
programs are always protected and the Marxist
re-distribution goes on and on.
"Some Republican candidates seem confused by what it means to be 100 percent pro-life," she said, adding that checking the boxes on opposition to abortion is not sufficient and beckoning voters to take a closer look at her opponents' records. “You won’t find YouTube clips of me advocating anything else.”
"If anyone will not work, neither shall he eat," she said.
New Deal Republicans
Bachmann is saying what I have said for years. So-called "Conservative" Republicans simply do not exist in modern American politics. In fact, true small government Republicans have not existed since about 1900.
Based on the policies and programs they support, the GOP politicians of today would be considered radical FDR New Deal Democrats back in 1933.
That is why you never see Republicans in Congress abolish Federal programs, and rarely if ever see cuts in spending of any kind. The bloated Federal civil service is safe under both Republicans or Democrats. Both parties are happy to re-distribute the wealth and buy themselves the votes they need every two years.
The United States has moved so far to the left that a radical New Dealer is considered Conservative in 2011.
Proving the point - Speaker Boehner trashes Grover Norquist
House Speaker John Boehner (Right-Wing Socialist Party - Ohio) brushed off anti-tax advocate Grover Norquist last Thursday as just “some random person.”
The conservative activist is the author of a famous pledge against raising taxes that 238 House members have signed — including nearly every Republican reports The Hill.
At a press conference on Thursday, Boehner, who has signed the pledge himself, tried, unsuccessfully, to dodge the question of whether Norquist is a positive influence on the House GOP conference.
After a nearly five-second pause, Boehner replied: “Listen, our focus here is on jobs. We’re doing everything we can to get our economy moving again and get people back to work. So it’s not often I’m asked about some random person in America and what I think.”
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