Dec 122012
 
Pic of Republican House Speaker Boehner. Some prefer to call him "The Weeper of the  House." Regardless,  of whatever he is called; he is a "weak sister," and is ill-suited for Conservative, traditional and patriotic America.

Pic of Republican House Speaker Boehner. Some prefer to call him “The Weeper of the House.” Regardless, of whatever he is called; he is a “weak sister,” and is ill-suited for Conservative, traditional and patriotic America. The Republican Party is a political party of losers under his “leadership.”

Recently, Moralmatters.org posted an article explaining why it is worthless to vote for the next Republican presidential nominee. If the Republican leadership doesn’t have the self respect and can’t stand up against massive Democrat voter fraud; why should Conservatives, various Independents, Libertarians, Constitutionalists, birthers, etc. waste their time again voting for another politically moderate Republican leadership pick?

Furthermore, the status quo country club Republican leadership has mistreated Conservatives too often to be trusted again. One has only to look at the last national Republican Convention. The holier-than-thou type, Karl Roves and Ann Coulters of the Republican Party failed to highlight various Conservatives. Instead they invited the likes of Chris Christie to speak; thereby [again] insulting the Conservative base of their political party. The Republican Party leadership still has not learned what the Democrats have been practicing; that being, giving deference to their political ideological base.

It’s time for Conservatives and patriotic Americans to support a strong third political party candidate for president. The current Republican Party is a political party of losers and is hell-bent to continue making major mistakes. One of those major political mistakes was the recent removal of Conservative Congressional members from key Republican committees. It is time for patriotic Americans who still subscribe to our US Constitution; to kiss the GOP goodbye. Conservative American voters should not have to be forced [again] to vote for another national Republican nominee (for president) who mummifies major political issues so as to please political correctness, the liberal Democrats and its cheerleading non-journalistic media.

Throwing Conservatives Off the Fiscal Cliff: Will conservatives tolerate Speaker Boehner sacrificing them to make a bad deal? - spectator.org/

>>>>>> …… Boehner’s purge of dissenting conservatives from key committees should have pushed his conservative members too far. Removing from the budget committee those who didn’t support the Ryan budget because it didn’t do enough to balance the budget — which it didn’t — Boehner is stamping out conservatives’ ability to affect House action. If they go along with him — if they vote for a Boehner-engineered deal that raises taxes without major spending cuts including Social Security and Medicare cuts — they shouldn’t be re-elected in 2014.

Conservatives know that, but Boehner apparently doesn’t care. Boehner is so desperate to keep his personal power as Speaker, he’s apparently willing to throw the conservatives overboard. Boehner is thinking as if he were a liberal: his cognitive dissonance believes that he can preserve his power by sacrificing the conservative margin by which he holds it……. <<<<<< - spectator.org/

Related to the (above) mini commentary:

2016 Presidential Election: Worthless to vote Republican – moralmatters.org/2012/11/26/

Report: Justin Amash among ‘rebellious’ GOP reps booted from key U.S. House panels – mlive.com/

Republican leadership stunned by Obama victory: What they fail to understand – moralmatters.org/2012/11/13/

Party Or America? You Choose – conservativenewsandviews.com/2012/12/

The Constitution [Political] Party – Mission Statement:

>>>>>>>The mission of the Constitution Party is to secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity through the election, at all levels of government, of Constitution Party candidates who will uphold the principles of the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States, and the Bill of Rights. It is our goal to limit the federal government to its delegated, enumerated, Constitutional functions.<<<<<<<< - constitutionparty.com/

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Posted by:  Pastor emeritus Nathan M. Bickel

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  21 Responses to “Republican Party gives Conservatives another reason not to vote for the 2016 Republican presidential nominee”

  1. We’re here and I’ll leave the light on.

    Randy Stufflebeam
    National Vice-Chairman,
    Constitution Party

  2. Nathan, you are like a fresh wind blowing across the stench of the cesspools of life. I am back to take a deep breath and vent so pardon this rant but I am too fed up to care!

    What is really wrong with such stupid Americans and insane Republicans I wonder? They do not see and they do not care as long as it continues for them to be “business as usual”. Falling off the cliff, on the fast track to the world’s worst train wreck or cannons shooting our country up with drugs, does little to move them.

    Everybody’s gearing up for 2016 and asking who the next GOP selection might be – fully expecting it to be some wonder hero who will be everything we didn’t get this time. When they asked me who I thought, it didn’t take a second to reply,”Jeb Bush” of course! Oh horrors of horrors that I would say such a thing when all along this wasn’t even my suggestion – hardly! Such dummies I’ve never seen!

    The GOP is dead and the Republicans will never give it a burial but I know I’ll never vote Republican again. To do the same thing over again and again and expect different results is nothing but insanity and The Republicans are too far gone. I’m even worried about the Conservatives and I’m of the TEA PARTY variety. I doubt we have any more “elections” and I have to remind myself that John Wayne and Ronald Reagan left us a long time ago. Oh the folly of it ALL!

    • Bree -

      Thank you for visiting http://www.moralmatters.org and for your excellent comment. I think that you and I represent many who now have given up on the Republican Party. It is sad and pathetic! If only the snobbish leadership had paid attention to our mainstream Conservative values and concerns……

      May I borrow a line from a Democrat – former president Bill Clinton?

      “I share your pain!”

  3. Oh and to continue my rant on the stupidity of Americans and some so called “patriots” I would like to refer you to check out Patriot Update on the blog of “Iran’s Death Squad is Here!” and see the idiotic responses to this horrendous news piece. I am shocked and angered that this could be the response! What will it take America? You will not wake up from your absolute dumbness and apathy until they blow us all away with WMD. What a country!

  4. Thank you Nathan, you are a jewel as always and a comfort to my soul.

  5. And the ones they say are moderate, are more left wing than some Democrats. They are just really dumb!

  6. Just want to thank you, thank you, thank you Nathan! – for directing me to the Christianmessage website. How wonderful it is! I have read and gone through all of the pages and now am going through the Bible study ones up to December. I don’t want to miss any so I started back before Thanksgiving. Loved your story about the farmer and the pigs. Reading all of the Fullness of Christ and its practical out working of the Holy Spirit and that Christ prepared His disciples for the future. The Completeness of Christ also interests me. Most of all God’s true prophets of today and rejecting His Prophet Messengers really speaks to me. I loved the Prayer page as well and everything you’ve written is just done with so much excellence and truth that I found myself just captured by the scripture. It’s awesome what you have done and now I must make the time to study it every day and keep up with God’s grace to receive all I can from this. What a gift at such a needed time as this! I pray God sends many to this site. Thank you so much!

    • Bree –

      Thank you for the comment here on http://www.moralmatters.org

      I appreciate all the feedback about “my” other site – http://www.thechristianmessage.org . I put “my” in quotes because I am appreciative that the good Lord led in such a way to gift me with the site. He’s worked it out; and I am only attempting to be a good and faithful steward. That’s one of the reasons that I don’t advertise or sell products on the website and the moralmatters.org one, as well. Freely, I have received from the good Lord; and, so, freely, I give.

      I just posted the most recent posting, which I will link below. My plan is to go through everyone of my topical messages and other articles – updating them with more explanatory pics, captions and some internal links along with the always needed re-editing.

      My prayerful hope and expectation is that “The Christian Message” website be more widespread throughout the world. I consider it a global site; and, I attempt to convey “The Christian Message” in simple and clear ways; eliminating most theological and “churchy” language.

      Oh – Here’s that last updated message with additional pics, captions, internal links and minor re-editing:

      Updated with additional pics, captions and internal links: “Understanding the Bible: Reasons Why Non Christians Don’t Comprehend the Holy Scriptures”

      http://www.thechristianmessage.org/2012/12/misguided-souls-often-make-mistake-of.html

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  11. Reblogged this on moralmatters.org and commented:

    No need to split a gut over Boehner’s “leadership” and “fiscal cliff” talks:

    Don’t get excited about any meaningful prospects of our US government actually doing anything about our nation’s woeful economy. Remember that all the “fiscal cliff” talk is phony baloney. It is all a smoke screen. Until the federal government actually slashes a whole host of its needless government programs and spending, all this “fiscal cliff” talk, is a bunch of propaganda, chatter.

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  14. “Political party of losers” is dead on!

    Yes, I am done with the Republican Party. I was done before the election in ’12. I just wish my so-called conservative family and friends would get a clue and leave the party as well. It’s really not rocket science what the party has become and I want no part of it.

    This is a great article and I’m glad someone has the courage to say what needs to be said !

    • travelsbycar -

      Thank you for the encouragement! I think that many, besides us, share the same sentiment. It’s a worthless political party. Why waste the time to vote Republican in the national election when the Republican Party has now proven it has no interest in not only standing by its own, but also, not objecting to and standing against presidential election voter fraud perpetrated and “successfully” carried out by the Democrats?

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