I haven’t been posting much for the last two days because I’m down in DC along with about 180 Congressman Zeldin supporters to see Long Island’s new Republican congressman sworn in.
There was a faint hope today that Speaker Boehner would lose his spot as Obama’s enabler.
If anyone deserves to be ousted, it’s Speaker Boehner who recently sought help from Democrats including Barack Obama to pass the Cromnibus.
He didn’t lose his position but hope springs eternal. Now that he has so much more support, perhaps Speaker Boehner will respond to the will of the people. The House is supposed to be the peoples’ house.
If the Congress starts passing some of the nearly 400 bills lanquishing in the Senate, at least we can say they did something and President No and his party of No will be seen for what they are – uncompromising ideologues.
Speaker Boehner was moved to tears over his reelection.
I was too.
I took the following heartwrenching video of his tearful response from The Gateway Pundit:
Nothing is raining on my parade today however. Our new Congressman ended the reign of the Long Island Marxist Tim Bishop.
Senator Ted Cruz came into the auditorium during the private swearing in of Lee Zeldin. On behalf of Texas, he thanked New York for sending in reinforcements.
Our congressman is the best-dressed, only Jewish Republican congressman who has jumped out of planes as a paratrooper, served in Afghanistan, had two successful terms as a State Senator and, remarkably, he’s a conservative from socialist New York.
The Oath of Office was administered by Congressman Zeldin’s former battalion commander from the 82nd Airborne Division, Congressman Chris Gibson during a private swearing in: