Our Republicans are too cooperative with the Big Government movement and they are our only hope. When you hear John Boehner speak honestly, it only adds to one’s suspicions.
John Boehner co-hosted CBS golf with David Feherty last week. During the interview portion, he seemed to bemoan the fact that people know more about their government than they ever did. He mentioned the good old days when there was only one talk show host, seeming to reference Rush Limbaugh, and complained in mildly about all those blogs that keep us from working together.
He apparently hasn’t noticed that the leftist in the White House is the problem.
It’s important to note that he did not complain about the mainstream media outlets going full-bore far-left with only one TV station supporting the right.
He wasn’t happy that he can’t golf with Barack Obama because we might all wonder what he is up to. Perhaps that would be alleviated if they weren’t all up to something and if Republicans weren’t supporting the leftists over Conservatives time and time again.
My suggestion is for him to keep golfing with Barack if that’s what he wants to do because we are all on to him now. The one thing Barack has over him is he doesn’t give up his principles over a golf game.
Boehner also mentions his goal was to become Speaker. He didn’t say it was to defend, protect and serve our Constitution.
What he specifically said follows.
“Twenty years ago when, uh, we won the first Republican majority in 40 years, there was one radio talk show host that nobody’d ever heard of. Uh, there was one cable news channel that just did news. And you look at t-today, you’ve got hundreds of radio talk show hosts all trying to outdo themselves, right — going further right and further right and further right. Uh, you’ve got all these cable news channels, and all they do are politics, and it’s tending to either push or pull people into one of two camps.”
If I go down to see President Obama, the right begins to wonder what I’m up to; the left begins to wonder what the president’s up to. The president’s suggested, “Hey, you think it’s too much trouble if we play golf again?” (snickers) And I have to look at him and say, “Yes!” RUSH: So Boehner can’t play golf with Obama ’cause of us. He can’t play golf because he’s afraid talk radio and Fox News are gonna wonder what he’s up to and maybe — well, I don’t know, reading his mind — think that we’re gonna say he’s selling out or that Obama’s doing whatever.
Some people were pushing me to run for the Senate. I decided I didn’t want to do that, and I made a decision that the rest of my career was gonna be in the US House. So the team said to me, “All right, well, the rest of your career’s gonna be in the House. What’s your goal?” I didn’t know! So I said, “Well, if you don’t shoot for the top (snickers), why shoot for anything?” So I set my goal to be speaker.”
Listen to the sound clip below.