What is going on in the Republican and Conservative World?

What is going on in the Republican and Conservative World?

I have to ask this, in ALL seriousness; what exactly are Conservatives and Republicans thinking?

In case you folks haven’t noticed, Barack Obama won the election, he beat Mitt Romney, as many of us knew he would, and as far as Obama is concerned, the beat goes on, and on … in other words, Obama assumes he has the power to do anything he pleases.

He may not be all that far from the truth either.

I see a lot of Conservative blogs that continue to bash Obama, and I have to say, if ever there was a President worthy of harsh criticism and downright ridicule, it IS Barack Obama, but to what end do we bash him?

Do any of us honestly believe that it will do ANY good to point out the wrongs of Barack Obama?

Do we actually believe that by bashing Barack Obama he will suddenly have a flash of genius pass through his narcissistic skull as he is overtaken by a Conservative epiphany?

If ANY of that were going to happen Obama would have already *seen the light* and have taken the RIGHT fork in the road, but it didn’t happen, and Barack Obama is what he has always been; a Liberal Democrat that is most likely a dedicated Socialist and deep in his heart, a staunch supporter of Islam.

The Republican Party is as much to blame for Obama winning a 2nd term as is the Obama campaign and the Democrats.

The Republican Party has become the weakest, most ill-conceived bunch of *go along to get along* asshats in the history of the GOP.

The GOP is on the verge of giving in to the Democrats on anything and everything the Democrats want. Oh sure, there will be a few words of difference exchanged, a few will pound their chests and make great noises as they claim the side of righteousness, but when it’s all said and done the GOP is going to fold like a cheap suit as the economic growth of the United States falters and stagnates even further.

I have NO faith in the Republican Party or its weak leadership. I have very little faith in any elected officials on the Federal level that has an *R* behind their name.

I have even less faith in the GOP’s ability to win on a national front!

The GOP offered up the most incredibly WEAK presidential ticket ever and had Mitt Romney as their *chosen one* long before the primaries were finished.

I, and many other Conservative bloggers pointed that fact out as we were forced to accept the fact that Romney was little more than a sacrificial offering from the GOP.

As that realization became a hard reality we also warned that the REAL race was the one for the Senate and the retention of the House. Thank God we retained the majority in the U.S. House of Representatives.

The Senate was another matter.

For some reason the GOP seems to be able to find many potential elected officials that can snatch defeat from the jaws of victory.

Think about Rep. Todd Akin. He was running for the U.S. Senate seat held by Claire McCaskill. That should have been an easy win against an easy target. McCaskill was one of the easiest of targets that Akin could have taken on, right up until the time he decided to throw in his .02 worth regarding rape and pregnancy.

Then there was Indiana Senate candidate Richard Mourdock, another GOP Senate hopeful that just had to run his mouth about rape and conception. Again, a loser.

Think of the other Senate races that the GOP lost, to candidates that have NO business being in an elected office of power. The GOP has offered up some less than stellar candidates, and as bad as some of the Democratic candidates were, the GOP still lost the race to them.

I point out all of that to build up to this; I am still seeing, on an almost daily basis, some site, forum, Facebook post of in the numerous emails I receive where Republicans want to impeach Barack Obama.

To my friends that are GOP or call themselves Conservatives; get over it, impeachment is NOT going to happen for at least the next 2 years! Articles of impeachment are drawn up in Congress, and that can easily be done. The process of impeaching a President is done in the Senate, and a Democratic controlled Senate is NOT going to impeach Barack Obama, at least, not THIS Senate.

When a Republican or Conservative calls for the impeachment of Barack Obama at this particular stage of the game, you are showing the Dems your ignorance regarding the process of government as it is written.

We didn’t win the Senate folks, we barely held the House, and the only hope we have now is to survive until mid-term elections and hope that we can make a better showing in the Senate, still retain the House and PRAY that there are no retirements of deaths of Conservative Supreme Court Justices.

Make NO mistake, I am NOT endorsing, nor am I supporting Obama and his regime in any way, just remember this; Obama is now a *lame duck* and has nothing to lose. I am merely pointing out that we MUST watch his every move, never stop watching his every move, even if we have no LEGAL recourse at this time.

The only path of recourse we have as United States citizens, Conservatives and Patriots is one I dare not mention at this particular time, but I will say this; if the United States of America continues down the path of self-destruction that they are on, I hope Texas has the GUTS to stand for RIGHT and do what is RIGHT and just!

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20 Responses to What is going on in the Republican and Conservative World?

  1. mrchuck says:

    Well, Texas Fred, I am with you 100%.
    Whatever You do, I will back it up with my 30-30.
    nuff said,,,,,,,,,

  2. Longstreet says:

    The GOP may be mortally wounded, Fred. Self-inflicted, of course. Pitiful.

    • TexasFred says:

      I tried to point that out after the 2008 elections.. Very few wanted to hear it, many said the GOP could *fixed*.. Well, the GOP needs to be *fixed*…

      *Fixed* like a dog or a cat so they can breed no more RINOs…

  3. Bloviating Zeppelin says:

    It is his position AS lame duck that makes him more dangerous than ever. The comment to Medvedev could just as easily be applied to any Leftist cause these next four years.

    For anyone to embrace an impeachment of Obama is simply silly. That won’t occur.

    He’s here, and with the large embracement of the bulk of American citizens. They wanted him; they’re going to get him. With both barrels.


  4. Katie says:

    You said it Fred. Obama is a Lame Duck and when the GOP gets that in their minds, there will be nothing the Dems can do to get the House to pass anything they don’t want to.

  5. OregonBuzz says:

    Well, in my own overblown opinion Zero has been a “lame duck” since 2008. That assumption leads us to the conclusion that we, as a people, have now gotten the government that we deserve. I’m not necessarily referring to all those who read and comment on this blog, nor am I referring to you Fred. Our society has devolved to a state where a large percentage (40%-48%) have discovered that they can vote themselves largesse from the public coffers. The public coffers being filled by those among us who are still productive workers paying taxes. In contrast to those hard working folks are politicians who have discovered that they can buy votes from the indigent, the illegals and all the rest who do nothing but whine about their current problems. Now, the governing class has finally discovered this whining class, and guess what, they have discovered that they can be mutually supportive. You give me votes I will give you free cell phones. Or whatever. It is a sad commentary on our society, but parallels are found in the Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire. Think about it. And keep reloading.

  6. Steve Dennis says:

    I agree with you Fred, those who speak of impeachment are fooling themselves as long as the Democrats control the Senate. I think the republicans are in real trouble and unless something drastic happens there is no way I think the Republicans will ever win the Senate in 2014. They had their chance and they blew it!

  7. BobF says:

    As usual, well said Fred.

    Being from Missouri, I never really heard of Todd Akin till about three weeks before the primaries; he was virtually unknown west of the St. Louis area. The Democrats started running ads saying he was “too conservative for Missouri”. Listening to their ads, that sounded like red meat to Missouri voters and apparently it was…what they did, didn’t make sense to me until he opened his mouth. Unfortunately, the rest of Missouri didn’t know about Todd Akin. McCaskill knew he shot off his mouth and couldn’t keep his personal opinions to himself and would get himself in trouble. I didn’t vote for him in the primaries as I didn’t know anything about him but he surprised a lot of people and won. The rest is history.

    The GOP only wants our money and votes; they could care less about us. Look what they did to Allen West in Florida. West is a strong conservative who wouldn’t kowtow to the party line. The Florida then redistricted him with a consistency where there was now way he would reelected. West knew this but being a conservative combat veteran who sacrificed his military career to save his men, he fought on but the end was inevitable. The Florida GOP would rather have a liberal in congress than a Conservative Republican.

  8. Always On Watch says:

    I see a lot of Conservative blogs that continue to bash Obama, and I have to say, if ever there was a President worthy of harsh criticism and downright ridicule, it IS Barack Obama, but to what end do we bash him?

    Do any of us honestly believe that it will do ANY good to point out the wrongs of Barack Obama?

    Maybe all that does no good. But, somehow, I slog on with cataloging the doings of the Obama regime. I feel as if I’m compiling a list of things that prove that this regime is undoing our republic.

    Impeachment is a dead end game. And so is the repeal of ObamaCare. I well recall that, after a few GOP victories in 2010, many of my conservative friends were running around, gleefully shouting, “NOW we can get ObamaCare repealed!” Idjits. Can’t be done if one understands how the Presidential veto works according to our Constitution.

    In my most paranoid moments, I imagine that Obama will not leave office in 2017. Instead, he’ll shout, “We’ve got more work to do!” And the lemmings at the ballot box will vote him right back into office. OR, maybe Michelle Obama will run in 2016; the lemmings will vote for her too.

    • TexasFred says:

      Indeed you DO need to keep track of all of the actions and misbegotten BS from Obama, but to think that keeping that record is going to do anything other than make YOU feel good, I’m afraid it’s just not going to be so…

      • Always On Watch says:

        Well, to a certain extent, I do post certain items for my Public Speaking/Current Events class.

      • Always On Watch says:

        BTW, doing so at my blog does not make me feel good. Just the opposite, in fact.

        It’s a good thing that I’m not a drinking person! I kid you not.

  9. Always On Watch says:

    The idea of a really conservative political party appeals to me! Can it be a VIABLE political party? That’s the big question.

    I just cannot imagine that the GOP will ride off quietly into the sunset. Most GOP politicians are all about feathering their own nests — not about serving the people or upholding the Constitution.

    • TexasFred says:

      In other words: DEM LITE…

      Can it work? Let me pose this; can we afford to allow those asshats at the GOP to lose another election? And they will lose again, bank on it…

      I would rather fight the fight of my life TRYING to win, trying to make a NEW and truly Conservative Party work than to sit idly by as the GOP kisses every Dem/Libber ass in the nation…

      • Always On Watch says:

        can we afford to allow those asshats at the GOP to lose another election?


        But I think about this a lot: Has America reached the tipping point of having too many left wing voters for a conservative even to make a dent?

        I’m in favor of a third political party. But the show has to get on the road NOW! Otherwise, there will not be enough time to matter for 2016.

        • TexasFred says:

          *The SHOW* should have been on the road 6 or 8 years ago… But when I tried to bring that up I was told that I had NO idea what I was talking about and that a 3rd party would ruin America and kill the GOP…

          Killing the GOP is a good idea, America IS ruined and a 3rd party had nothing to do with it..

          I am damned near a point of not giving a damn, standing MY ground on my piece of land in Texas and to hell with the rest of the naysayers, apathetic asshats and do-nothing talkers…

          Once upon a time you could LEAD people but the TEA Party changed that, their *we don’t have leaders, we’re all thinkers* bullshit has done more to HURT Conservatives than help..

          • Always On Watch says:

            I can’t dispute a word that you have said in you 10:09 AM comment today.

            So, is the show going to get on the road now? It has to if a 3rd party is going to be able to win in 2016. Of course, the diehard GOP folks will fight any such step the entire way.

            Damn, politics really does suck.

            • TexasFred says:

              I have NO idea AOW, I am being very honest too.. There are so few that will get off of their lazy asses, take a stand, move away from Dancing with the Voice while watching 2 and a 1/2 Fruitcakes and all that other garbage.

              Apathy abounds, and most Americans will sit on their apathetic asses until the groceries are gone, water is cut off and the *Brown Shirts* are in the street.

              Then it’s too late… I have tried to motivate people for several years now and I have a loyal following, but there is not enough of us to make a difference..

              THAT breaks my heart…

  10. Patrick Sperry says:

    Well Fred, and everyone else. I am right back where I was before the election. We need a new party. Call it the TEA Party, the TP Party, or the KMA Party for all that I care.

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