From Liberty Blitzkrieg:
I have written about the two-party political sham for many years now. At its root, the issue is that both the Democratic party and the Republican party are at their core the same on the big issues that most affect the United States at this time.
These issues are:
1) The Federal Reserve scam and Wall Street theft.
2) Civil liberties and the destruction of the Constitution.
3) Our aggressive foreign policy and imperial wars abroad that help only the oligarchs and impoverish the masses.
Then they divide and conquer the masses using relatively irrelevant social issues like gay marriage, which are highly-charged emotionally but will not affect your ability to put food on the table.
This past election should have been a wakeup call to the Republican establishment, but based on John Boehner's recent actions, they have learned absolutely nothing. The Republican party is imploding from within since its leaders don't actually stand for anything. Here is how Mr. Boehner treats those within his party that do stand for something.
From the Huffington Post
On Monday, the Republican Steering Committee, which is chaired by House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio), voted to remove Reps. Justin Amash (R-Mich.) and Tim Huelskamp (R-Kansas) from the House Budget Commtitee. Reps. David Schweikert (R-Ariz.) and Walter Jones (R-N.C.) lost their positions on the Financial Services Committee.
The four members are known for occasionally bucking leadership and voting against Boehner's wishes. Amash, Huelskamp and Schweikert are popular with the conservative movement, while Jones has made a name for himself by speaking out against U.S. involvement in Afghanistan.
Reuters notes that removing Amash and Huelskamp from the Budget Committee "could make it easier for the panel to advance a deal with Democrats to cut fiscal deficits" — which is exactly what many conservative groups are afraid of...
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