The corruption of Washington.

June 2019
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We have an establishment problem
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Posted by: Joe Melchiorre @ 6:24 pm

We don’t have a democRAT problem, we have an establishment problem. This is borne out by what the establishment RepublicRATs did during the primaries. They actually worked hand in hand with democRATs to defeat TEA party and other conservative challenges to the incumbents. The Donkeys ran ads against the challengers in some states. In states where they have open primaries democRATs were encouraged to go vote in the Republican primary for the incumbent, or should I say the democRAT lite incumbent. Now legally, those democRATs that voted in Republican primaries are ‘supposed’ to vote for the Republican in the general election. Yeah, right!

A recent study asked what the three branches of the government are and only 42% could name them. Some of the late show hosts have man on the street interviews where they ask tough questions like, ‘Who is the Vice President?’ It is disgusting how many people don’t know. The problem with ignorant people is they can’t make informed decisions on subjects that effect their life. My point is that politicians take their cue from the people they know and see. Politicians, in general, are dishonest. My old line is, “Show me a politician that never lied and I’ll show you a politician that never held office.” Many, Many, MANY years ago going to Congress was a service a person performed then went back to their real life. Now it is a career that people like Harry ‘Everything is for sale’ Reid, Mitch ‘Reid’s Bitch’ McConnell, Nancy ‘stretch’ Pelosi and John ‘no balls’ Boehner use to become fabulously wealthy.

“Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”
John Adams

I put that quote in here because it is proving itself true. For many years now we have been electing politicians that have less and less interest in the people they represent. Mary Landrieu is only one of many that represent districts far away from the Capitol yet live full-time in Washington, D.C. She represents Louisiana but only visits during campaign time. Same with Jason Chaffetz. There are several more that spend 11.5 months of the year in D.C. at their homes and the other half month in hotels in their home state while they campaign.

We are in the process of losing the country as founded. Our Muslim-in-Chief, his regime and the courts the democRATs have stuffed with radical judges are making is doing everything he can to invalidate the constitution. He signs executive orders that go against the constitution. The (in)justice department enforces laws BO wants them to and doesn’t enforce those he deems irrelevant. When he had super-majorities in the Senate and House he pushed Obamacare a law that has never had the support of the people of the country. The RepublicRATs aren’t doing anything to reign in this corruptocracy (My word meaning – If you got the money you have my vote.) The majority of the population is totally ignorant of what the people in Washington are doing to the population.

Sure, we have to nominate a real conservative like Mike Lee or Ted Cruz for president. What we also have to do is dislodge the corrupt establishment RepublicRATs from their positions of power. Mark Levin talks about a web site called that I recommend. You can see how the pols around the country are rated as far as their conservatism is concerned. We can’t end up with another Romney or McCain and we certainly don’t need Jeb Bush who is so beholding to the Chamber of Commerce that he endorses amnesty for illegal aliens. So this election cycle do some homework and see which of the politicians will do the most to further a constitutional government and vote for conservative heroes!

Harry and his blonde wife were sitting by the fireplace listening to the radio when the announcer said, “Residents of Plainfield please move your cars to the even numbered side of the street so the snow plows can clear the roads.” Crystal ran right out and moved the car.

The next day it snowed again and this time the announcer said, “Residents of Plainfield please move your cars to the odd numbered side of the street so the snow plows can clear the roads.” And again Mary put her coat on and ran out and moved the car.

Two nights later there was another heavy snow and the announcer said, “Will the residents of Plainfield please move their cars to th…” At that moment the power went out. Mary exclaimed,, “Harry, which side of the street should I park the car?”

Harry comforted Mary and said, “There, there. Why don’t you just leave it in the garage tonight?”

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