Remember that no matter what happens, the Creator still helps those with the backbone to help themselves.

The 25 who stood against the Obama-Boehner Chess game should form their own party

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There is no mystery about why 216 Republicans have thrown in with the Democrats against We the People;  no mystery whatsoever about why John Boehner and Nancy Pelosi played platform kissey-kissey when both got to keep their shameful jobs in yesterday’s sickening turn of events.


Politicians of all political stripes stopped taking the high road as soon as they arrived in the safe territory where their constituents could do nothing about their going along to get along trek through public office. 

They are comfy in the knowledge that people are more interested in reading about which winter storms are headed their way; when Ebola will return to the radar; how Prince Andrew will wiggle himself out of the current pedophile scandal.

Politicians care not a whit about the disdain from the people who voted them in.  They are basking in the convenient ‘likes’ that come from Facebook as they continue to feather their own nests.

In an ongoing mug’s game, presented as reality by a propagandizing mainstream media, governments, just like the news of the day, now serve mostly billionaires, other governments,  royalty, publicity whores like film stars.

Politicians should call those they are serving “people like us”. 

It is those in Congress who make it to millionaire status.  Congress members who, as recently as only two years ago, got to play the Stock Market with leg-up benefits that came from Insider Trading are always first to the trough.

What is there for the latter-day politician to worry about, knowing even if they get thrown out of office, or go down in the smears arranged by the Opposition, they will go on to live easy lives on generous pensions the masses will never see?

Social Security and Medicare are going broke fast.  Disability Insurance is heading for broke by as soon as 2017.  But why should politicians care when it won’t directly affect them?

“The problem that nobody in Washington really wants to talk about is getting worse. Continuing to neglect it will only make it even harder to solve in the long run. So, here’s the news you don’t want to hear: (San Diego Union-Tribune)

“Social Security and Medicare are going broke. In fact, they are going broke at a faster rate than ever before, due in part to the recession, which is dampening the payroll taxes that pay for the programs.

“Social Security and Medicare are the two largest and most popular entitlement initiatives, consuming more of the federal budget than any other single program. This year Medicare already is paying out more in benefits than it receives in payroll taxes. Unless it reins in runaway costs, Medicare will be insolvent in 2017, two years earlier than previously expected. Similarly, Social Security is projected to begin paying out more than it takes in by 2016, a year earlier than previously expected. By 2037, Social Security will deplete its trust fund, unless reforms are implemented.

“The situation actually is worse than it appears, because the Social Security and Medicare trust funds — the cushions that are supposed to help pay future benefits — exist on paper only. For years, Congress has diverted to other programs the surplus payroll taxes paid to Social Security and Medicare. In return, Social Security and Medicare have been handed an ever-growing stack of IOUs in the form of government bonds.

What this means is that, when the day arrives that the trust funds must cash in their IOUs, the government will have to borrow hundreds of billions of dollars in the bond market and repay it, with interest, to private investors and larger entities such as China’s central government.”

When the social security system crashes, those most affected will be the roughly 50 percent of Americans who’ve been getting by on Barack Obama’s “free stuff”.  Imagine the indignant cries from low-information voters who live from welfare check to welfare check being thrown off their feed bags.  Imagine the millions of illegal aliens who laughingly thought they had it made, just a couple of years later regretting having left the countries of their birth behind.

In other words, the unknowing millions riding Obama’s coattails to the public teat, are about to be thrown off. Exiting Stage Left, their hero won’t need them anymore; their roles as useful idiots being no longer necessary.

Populations in most Western nations live in a bleak world where there are only a few suppressed good guys—in any party—in the corrupt politics of the day.  The western world has become one of ‘The Politics of Trey Gowdy-like Pretty Speeches’.  In America, you can tune in on it anytime,  not just on CNN but on Fox News.

The perpetually negative for the sake of being negative are already jumping up to shout: “Yeah, but it’s been happening for ages!”

Yes, it has been going on for ages, but the politicians of the day are now perfecting it before our very eyes, and we have until Jan. 20, 2017 to come up with a way out of the Marxist misery maze.

For anyone who got past the media spin in yesterday’s wholesale sell-out of America, truth is you now know without any doubt who in public office truly cares about their own country; who lived up to the many false promises made out on last November’s campaign trail: 25.  That’s 25 Republicans who put their future careers on the line by casting votes against Boehner, a sissy in every way when it comes to standing up to the Democrats, but a bully out for revenge against those in his own party who dare stand against him.

Hopefully the toss of ice water in the face of the voter woke a majority of them up to the harsh reality of today.

Where were We the People darlings like Reps. Trey Gowdy, Mia Love and Darryl Issa?  Hiding under the layers of publicity that made them who they are and ducking duty.

In a perfect world, the 25 who tried to block the ongoing chess game where all but they are merely pawns on Obama’s chessboard would keep the split alive and form a new party.  They could call it ‘The Patriot Party’.  Getting it up and running will be tough, but people will need somewhere to turn to long before benefits start running out in 2017.

What can you, sitting there worried about making the next mortgage or rent payment with two children needing to be fed, do about it?

For starters, stop grabbing at the straws the mainstream media is handing you.  Stop and take stock of where you are in time.  Make a grab for reality and prepare with whatever you have and are likely to get to deal with the future.  Know for certain that the politicians handed all that free publicity on cable television are not going to save you.  They are only going to save themselves.

Stop giving Nancy Pelosi publicity by talking about her.  Pelosi’s plastic surgery doesn’t change the fact she’s now 73 years OLD.

Tune in to Talk Show radio, especially to Mark Levin, one of the few who always calls it the way it is.

Just as John Boehner Republicans are the pawns on Obama’s chessboard, Repubs figure you are their pawns. Jump off the chessboard;  close your ears to Karl Rove and other talking heads given prominence by Fox News and think for yourself.

Other than clinging to the hope that the below listed 25 representatives will survive and go on to found a third party in U.S. politics, only Christians, who know without doubt that life on Earth is the Valley of Tears have any hope of making it through what’s coming.

Remember that no matter what happens,  the Creator still helps those with the backbone to help themselves.

Since there’s nothing left to wait for, as someone said almost 14years ago in the most daunting of circumstances: “Let’s roll!”

Rep. Justin Amash (Mich.)
Rep. Brian Babin (Tex.)
Rep. Rod Blum (Iowa)
Rep. Dave Brat (Va.)
Rep. Jim Bridenstine (Okla.)
Rep. Curt Clawson (Fla.)
Rep. Scott DesJarlais (Tenn.)
Rep. Jeff Duncan (S.C.)
Rep. Scott Garrett (N.J.)
Rep. Chris Gibson (N.Y.)
Rep. Paul Gosar (Ariz.)
Rep. Louie Gohmert (Tex.)
Rep. Tim Huelskamp (Kan.)
Rep. Walter Jones (N.C.)
Rep. Steve King (IA)
Rep. Tom Massie (Ky.)
Rep. Mark Meadows (N.C.)
Rep. Rich Nugent (Fla.)
Rep. Gary Palmer (Ala.)
Rep. Bill Posey (Fla.)
Rep. Scott Rigell (Va.)
Rep. Marlin Stutzman (Ind.)
Rep. Randy Weber (Tex.)
Rep. Dan Webster (Fla.)
Rep. Ted Yoho (Fla.)


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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com.

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