Republican Outsiders Are Polling Well Because Current Leadership Is Ineffectual

Donald TrumpOnce again, and excuse us for repeating ourselves, we have a Donald Trump because John Boehner and Mitch McConnell are refusing to stop Obama and are actually anti Conservative. This has led the Tea Party and Conservatives to become boiling mad.

Republicans were elected to Congress by Republican voters to stop the runaway spending, to repeal Obamacare, to make sure Obama does not commit the United States to the sovereignty of the United Nations, to stop the dismantling of our military, to close our Southern border, to get tough on immigration, to insure religious liberty, to balance the budget and to stop the EPA from mandating Global Warming regulations that cripple our economy – among other things.

On not one of these has Boehner and McConnell permitted Republican legislators to take the initiative to fulfill the voter’s wishes by trying to reverse the damage Obama has done. That’s where the anger is. So the Republican grassroots is saying to its party – SCREW YOU – we will show you how to do it. We will support an outrageous candidate who has the balls to do what is needed.

And that is why the non politicians running for President are rising in the polls and leading in the Republican nomination for President.

The Blaze reports:

Glenn Beck said Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker “made news” on his radio program Monday by acknowledging that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) is “part of the problem” in Washington.

Beck said Walker could’ve been “weasely” and tiptoed around the issue, but he had a clear answer when Beck asked: “Will you go so far as saying that there are people in the GOP that are part of the establishment, like Mitch McConnell, that are part of the problem?”

“Yes. I hear it all the time and I share that sentiment,” the Wisconsin governor said. “We were told if Republicans got the majority in the United States Senate, there would be a bill on the president’s desk to repeal Obamacare. It is August. Where is that bill? Where was that vote?”

The American people were also told that Congress would act to prevent illegal immigration, Walker said, but it was actually governors like himself who prevented President Barack Obama’s policy deferring the deportation of millions of illegal immigrants.

“It’s not because the Congress, a Republican-led Congress, did anything to stop him from doing that,” Walker said. “This is where the frustration is. This is why non-elected candidates are surging in the polls.”

“People are saying loud and clear, ‘Do not dismiss my concerns. Do not dismiss the fact that you told us that Republicans stood for something, and it’s not happening in Washington,’” Walker continued. “Now more than ever I think people are yearning; they’re crying out.”


Rush adds:

RushThe Republican establishment, if they’re trying to figure out Donald Trump, they need to stop looking at Donald Trump.

Donald Trump does not explain Donald Trump.  They explain Donald Trump.  There’s a reason Donald Trump’s doing what he’s doing, and that’s because nobody else in the Republican establishment is.  Forget… Political parties have always been responsive to their voters, until now.  Now we’ve reached what I think is a real seminal moment.  And that is, the Republican Party establishment has joined the Democrat Party establishment in looking down on its own voters.

You know, George Will’s talking about James Madison, this separation-of-powers business.  That continues to perplex me.  The separation of powers isn’t stopping Obama.  The separation of powers does not stop the Democrats.  But somehow, we seek refuge in it. When we don’t have the desire or the ability or combination of the two to take on the Democrats and Obama and stop them, we take refuge in, “Well, James Madison! Separation of powers!

“We simply don’t have the White House; there’s nothing we can do.”  It’s not stopping them! But I wonder what George Will would say about this.  James Madison gave us the Treaty Clause in the Constitution.  Did you know that, Mr. Snerdley?  Well, James Madison is considered to be the father of the Constitution in terms of actually writing it, and he gave us the Treaty Clause.  What’d the Republicans give us?  The Corker Bill!

James Madison gives us the Treaty Clause, and what Obama has done is actually negotiate a treaty with the Iranians. But here come the Republicans to the rescue! They say, “Nope, we’re gonna do the Corker Bill, which is gonna help Obama get his deal done by reversing the treaty process, by putting the onus on us to stop him rather than the treaty process putting the onus on the president to get support.”

It’s 180 degrees out of phase.  The Corker Bill puts the onus on his own party to stop Obama, and Obama says (impression), “Treaty?  What treaty?  Screw you!  Screw the Constitution.  There’s no treaty here!  This is an executive agreement.  I have the rest of the world on my side.  I won.  (Raspberry) you!”  And we’ve got the Corker Bill.  And thanks to that, Obama’s gonna get his Iran deal.


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