Boehner who voted for Bush’s massive medicaid expansion and TARP
By FITSNews || Just when you thought Republicans in Washington might be in the vicinity of the ballpark of having a clue what they should do in the event Americans return them to power 2010, along comes another empty GOP suit spouting the same old pablum we heard back in 1994.
And 2000, for that matter.
U.S. Minority Leader John Boehner – who would likely become Speaker of the House should Republicans win a majority in November – apparently still can’t shake the notion that politicians in Washington have some mythical responsibility/power to create jobs for the American people.
Here’s what Boehner said at an otherwise forgettable Republican press conference in Washington D.C. on Wednesday:
You’ve seen poll after poll just this week where the American people are concerned about jobs. And what they see here in Washington is no focus on getting people back to work. So we’re going to have a pretty excited electorate … and we want to earn the majority this November so we can get America back on track.
Yes we have seen poll after poll, John. Thanks for the reminder.
But here’s what this overly-tanned, platitude-spouting RINO with his finger in the air and a hungry look in his eyes doesn’t get … whether he’s holding the gavel in 2011 or not, Washington politicians aren’t what’s going to get America “back on track.”
In fact, when it comes to “getting people back to work” Washington politicians are pure Kryptonite.
Republican or Democrat, these morons need to focus on getting the f*ck out of the way … of the private sector, that is. Which of course starts with eliminating unnecessary government and giving that money back to the people.
In fact, this message was articulated perfectly by S.C. Rep. and first congressional district candidate Tim Scott during his recent campaign.
“Businesses create jobs when government gets out of the way,” Scott said in his initial TV ad.
Anyway, we sure as hell don’t need to be lectured on anything from a guy like Boehner who voted for Bush’s massive medicaid expansion and TARP – precursors to “Obamacare” and the failed “stimulus.”
Seriously, this guy’s going to be Speaker?
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