Lessons Not Learned

One might think that after Kevin McCarthy worked a deal with the National Socialist Democrat Workers Party, and then was promptly bit in the ass by said National Socialist Democrat Workers Party, people in the GOP might step back from further deals with the National Socialist Democrat Workers Party.

Sadly, the GOP establishment has far more in common with the National Socialist Democrat Workers Party than they have with their own voters.

NBC News reported that U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers (R-AL) and several other Republicans have participated in closed-door meetings with Democrat House Leader Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY) to reach a solution to keep Jordan from securing the required 218 votes to become the new House Speaker.

I have two words for the GOP establishment. Fuck. Off.

My hatred for the two-faced backstabbing traitors of the GOPe is only eclipsed by my hatred for the National Socialists on the other side of the isle. I would have no problem if the entire legislative body was dropped into an abyss. If a new sun was suddenly formed in the middle of the Capitol building and eliminated every single member of Congress, I would shed a tear for the very few of them that actually stood up for their constituents, but that number is a tiny fraction of Congress. The rest of them are grifters, communists, bought-and-paid-for puppets and con men. The fact that Mike Rogers is meeting with the National Socialist Democrat Workers Party to determine the next Speaker of the House should result in his being expelled from the GOP, but we all know that’s not going to happen. Just like they’re not going to pass a budget, as they have refused to do so since 2007. The grift and the con must go on, and we’re now at the point where the people in D.C. are now just looting the treasury as the country crumbles around them.

Mike Rogers and “several other republicans” have proven that they care more about the grift and the con than they do about representing the people who voted for them. This is why the GOP is hated by their own voters. Because time and time again, when the rubber meets the road, the GOP folds like a cheap suit and does what the National Socialist Democrat Workers Party tells them to do.

A pox on both their houses.


    • George Mckay on October 16, 2023 at 4:56 PM

    Dave, Rogers has come around and will support Jordan.  Of course that is not all the support he needs.  I agree that the current crop of pols in DC are a shitty lot.  Best thing would be if mushrooms were planted in DC and they were allowed to bloom……how do ya like the metaphor?
    When the grift is as deep as it is and ALL OF THEM partake we are f—ked up the ass with a hot poker.  We will always lose as long as the swamp exists and indeed thrives.  Term limits, no PAC’s, Term Limits, TERM LIMITS….I like that one and in fact is the single most important thing that WE the people must force upon them cuz they will not step away from the pig trough unless it is removed permanently.  Convention of the States is the only way that will happen and I have no idea how to make that happen – any ideas?

    • Scott Freitas on October 16, 2023 at 6:24 PM

    It’s been breaking my heart, watching GOP members fight against Jim Jordan because (ostensibly) they consider him too “far right.”
    The GOP pulled this same act with the Tea Party, too. They kept their members off committees, and damn sure didn’t allow any of them to become Speaker.
    I’m having a hard time caring about voting in national elections any more. The GOP has a majority of members who cannot stand their own voters, and who fight against those voters’ beliefs.
    The Demoncrats cannot go far enough Left to EVER please whatever small amount of voters they DO have…. but they at least keep on trying. The Dems are not ashamed of their Leftiness, and are constantly pushing themselves farther Left.
    Meanwhile, in the GOP, the Party CONSTANTLY fights against going farther “right”, and indeed with each year seems to become more left-wing.
    I’m at the point I think I will just vote in my state and local elections. I will leave the boxes for the national offices blank, because on the national level the GOP is a worthless POS of sheet who fights AGAINST their voters non-stop.
    Talk about lose-lose…

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