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The Republican Party is worthless and grows more insignificant each passing day. Sure, the Repubs may retake the Senate but that is only because of the deserved collapsing of the Democrats for blindly following Barack Obama, Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi over the failed cliff of socialism. Good riddance to them. Take a lot of Republicans with you!

The Republicans will probably retake the Senate only by default and no actions of their own. They are currently viewed only somewhat less worse than the Democrats. And that is debatable.

Mitch McConnell, the worn-out, worthless, life-time appeaser to Democrats told the NY Times where he stands in fighting what he considers the enemy:

“I think we are going to crush them everywhere. I don’t think they are going to have a single nominee anywhere in the country.”

Whoa! Are those fighting words directed at the Democrats from the testosterone-barren McConnell? Does he finally have the cojones to crush Harry Reid and the socialists on the other side of the aisle? Oh hell no! Those words are directed at the fiscally conservative Tea Party movement!

Think about it. The Tea Party movements number one raison d’etre (I think that’s French for “purpose” but am not sure because I don’t speak French and am not gay) is bringing fiscal sanity to government! That is, the government should not spend more money than it takes in revenue. I know! I know! What kind of fiscal insanity do those evil teabaggers believe in? Not borrow/print $4 billion each day to fund the federal leviathan? Preposterous!

McConnell and his entire band of corrupt, worthless bureaucrats show us daily the futility in believing the Republican Party can piss and hit the ground. AWD wrote last week one of the reasons I don’t attend CPAC is because they let wussypants RINOs like McConnell speak each year. How can a so-called conservative organization allow a tried-and-true enemy to conservative fiscal values like McConnell to contaminate their stage? To make this year’s speech even more insulting, the round-shouldered McConnell took the stage carrying a rifle. I have to laugh! In reality, guns probably scare him.

Remember this, Republicans have marched lockstep with the socialist Dims on TARP, government bailouts, Medicare Part D, No Child Left Behind, numerous Continuing Resolutions that bailed out Obama and Reid for not submitting budgets, and recently the trillion dollar Farm Bill that is loaded with Food Stamp money. Understand now why McConnell and his RINO ilk seek to destroy the Tea Party?

AWD knew the Tea Party movement had a long, long row to hoe in 2010 when it retired 63 big-spending House Democrats only to replace them with 63 big-spending Republicans who elected worthless cry-baby John Boehner as Speaker. As AWD has said, there is virtually no difference between the two parties in Washington. They answer to different masters but not their constituents. Dims are owned by unions while Repubs are owned by big corporations. Both are owned by banks.

Who is the wussypants RINO establishment pushing for President in 2016? Jeb Bush or Chris Christie. More of the same old shit! AWD is done with the Republicans. They are so transparent and insulting that they now tell the mainstream media the enemy is the Tea Party movement. They give speeches holding rifles or promising to “complete the dang wall” at election time but are Democrat-Lite once reelected.

Republicans have all the corrupt corporate money to buy elections. Texas RINO Senator John Cornyn outspent challenger Steve Stockman 15-1 in the recent primary. Incumbents win reelection at a rate over 99%. They have built a system where they can buy themselves into office and they never leave. Fortunately, as Texas showed in the recent primary, the Tea Party can reach out and strangle RINOs at the State and Local levels. And we did.

Ask yourself this. Do you really believe the Republicans will repeal ObamaCare if they control Congress? They won’t even try. Bet on it. Because when have the Republicans ever failed to disappoint us?

The problem is there are too few people who pay attention. Republican voters watch Fox News and Karl Rove and believe the Republicans are still the Party of small government and low taxes. No, the Republicans are the Party of Tip O’Neill. Nothing more. And Mitch McConnell leads them. And he despises the Tea Party movement. Tells you a lot, doesn’t it?

It also tells you why AWD is no longer a Republican. AWD long ago tired of wussypants RINOs peeing on my boots and telling me it’s raining. A conservative who still supports the Republican Party is just pissing in the wind. Sorry for all the urine comparisons but when discussing the Republican Party these days it seems totally appropriate.

For a lifetime of worthlessness, Mitch McConnell is AWD’s Libtard of the Week.

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31 Comments

  1. All I can say to the Repubs, every time you open your mouths, it’s http://www.comparestoreprices......-stamp.jpg

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  2. Tea Party all the way!

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  3. Tread on us at your peril McConnell.

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  4. Czar of Defenestration says:

    French isn’t gay – though the French ARE – it all depends on how you pronounce it.
    That’s why we REAL Americans pronounce Des Moines and Detroit the way we do.
    (ain’t languages grand?!)

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  5. god damn I hate these traitorous bastards……they talk out of one side of their mouths lying with every word they speak and they do it knowingly…..intentionally………this piece-of-sh!t talks a great game when it’s time to garner votes and then does another when it’s his time to vote…………

    McConnell is a fu@kkking asshole………a god damn statist…..big government statist…….and he intends on continuing his big government platform…….Tea Party people can not trust this lying asshole….his intentions are no good….no god damn good…….

    defeating McConnell should be a priority in Kentucky…..he needs to go…..we need to get rid of this lying son-of-a-bitch….retire this mother-fu@kkker…….wish we would get lucky and maybe the piece-of-crap will fall down and break his neck………….

    don’t let the door hit you in the ass on your way out McConnell……………..

    http://edge2.politicususa.netd.....15;178.png

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    • Well said Bluto!!! Message to Mitch……….On your way out I hope the door hits ya where the good Lord split ya! POS. Kiss my grits!!!

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  6. misterbill says:

    Let’s lift a glass to an old western hero–Buck Fainer!

    Been in DC for years, looking for his chin. It is probably where his nose is–up the DNC’s a$$.

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  7. misterbill says:

    Nothing like a bucket of Kenfu%%y Tried Chicken!!!

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  8. misterbill says:

    BTW Has anyone thought that McConnell and Reid are starting to look very much alike??

    Have they ever been seen together?

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  9. misterbill says:

    This McConnell thing has been eating me up. I dropped out of the GOP to be an independent a few years back because of the RINO movement. What is wrong with anyone in the GOP to oppose the wishes of the Tea Party for fiscal responsibility. Isn’t that like saying, out loud, I agree with the DNC tax and spend?

    Why wouldn’t all conservatives write them and take them to task???? I estimate that there are only about 50 real conservatives left.

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  10. this bastard McConnell is for amnesty for 30 million illegals………his denial that he is not for amnesty is a lie……McConnell is for amnesty for these third world illiterates…..he is only denying his actual position on amnesty to garner votes from the stupids that believe what comes out of his mouth…….

    this article is from the Blaze…….it’s a good one that you should read…….

    http://www.theblaze.com/storie.....all-about/

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    • misterbill says:

      Bluto-

      Read the link.

      Here’s the deal as I see it. The Chamber of Commerce wants the cheap labor. They and their followers suffer not at all from the influx. They are in an income bracket that even the high taxes by Obama does not hurt them because they save on costs of labor to balance it out. They are widening the income gap and again, it is of no harm to them, only to the middle class.

      The fools in DC become disconnected from the general public and over time actually come to believe that our input about our country is flawed and only they know what is good for America. They have truly become the elite. They perceive themselves as the aristocracy of America and believe that people like you and me do not begin to understand what is good for our country.

      I know some will disagree, but the preponderance of lawyers in the Congress is of no help either. We need tradespeople and middle income folks and term limits.

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      • misterb…

        I’m with ya all the way. Read the article at the Blaze early this morning too. I am so damned sick of these RINOs…as well as the Chamber of Commerce’s Donohue.

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      • To add a little further color…
        “In summary, Congress has become a major player in the administrative state precisely by surrendering its constitu- tional purpose and ceasing to defend limited government. As a result, the administrative state has grown dramati- cally since 1965, and it only continues to defend and expand its turf. Political opposition occasionally arises in the White House or in Congress, but thus far with little effect. ”
        http://imprimis.hillsdale.edu/.....primis.pdf

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        • misterbill says:

          Congress has , indeed, surrendered its lawmaking powers to the bureaucracy. I have a little known book that I keep by my computer. BT may remember the fellow who wrote it, from a site we once belonged to in the past. His name is John D Diamond and the book is, “THE RISE OF AMERICA:Fighting the Next American Revolution and the Constitutional Crisis”.

          John defines the three branches of government and their original roles as defined by our Founding Fathers. It seems there are always those who want the power over others in every time and every age. I hope I am not misquoting, but I believe he wrote that,the SCOTUS, for example, was to decide as to the legal Constitutionality of an issue. The states then had the right to follow the decision. The Court was never given executive powers. Tell me what you have seen in , for example, Kelo.

          I suggest that many alleged Constitutional scholars of today, might be well served to read this book. It was not a best seller. It was hard to come by. Almost a vanity press issue.

          …off to bed, but first, an excerpt: (James Madison):
          “Each State, in ratifying the Constitution, is considered as a sovereign body, independent of all others, and only to be bound by its own voluntary act. In this relation then, the new Constitution will, if established, be a Federal, and not a National constitution”.

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  11. Spurwing Plover says:

    Then they all both demacrook and repugatin should all resign becuase their putting their political idiology ahead of the nations needs and their american citizens needs

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  12. inagadadavida says:

    I just had a thought… (stand back and see if you see smoke!)

    Somebody help me clarify/ solidify my thought. Bear with me.

    The Republicans did not win in 1980. Straight up. The Reagan Democrats won it. Reagan was not really a party Republican, he was an outlier, much like Ron Paul (not Rand). We are not good party Republicans, either. We are TEA. (supposedly) We keep trying to “take back the party” and fighting the establishment.

    I’m suggesting that it never was ours to take back. In many ways, I think the Republican party of Lincoln, as founded, was never compatible with TEA. Yeah, yeah, I know, we’ve all been taught that it’s not the same party and the same issues today, but yes it is!

    Here’s the rub: would the Democrats have turned hard-left like they did, if not for Reagan? Recall that it was the Republicans that gave us such #1 hits as the “Civil Rights” Act of ’64 and (effectively) the Immigration and Nationality Act of ’65.

    It might even be somewhat dangerous if the Republican Party is only wounded by the TEA Party, and not killed. It might fight back (seems like it’s trying) and if it starts winning elections, it will think that it’s doing the right thing by resisting us!

    Just a (more than passing) thought. Anyone want to add anything to that?

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    • Innagada

      blacks have not left Obongo and the Hispanics are in Obongo’s court as well….both want big government…….and all the freeies that come with a big socialist government………….

      the latest polls show whites are extremely dissatisfied with Obongo and are leaving him in droves…… it looks like the demoncrats are going to take a hit this November……..the demoncrats are scared to death of what might happen to them this November and they should be scared to death……they are going to take a beating even greater than what they took in 2010……………

      you are exactly right in thinking that the Republicans will think it was them…..that they have the answers the voters are looking for….but we know they don’t……the white electorate is fed up with Obongo and the communists………….

      the fight is on…..who will control the republican party……..right now these types like McConnell are doing all they can to harm the Tea Party and shove their big government statist crap down our throats and tell us how wonderful it is………………….

      the fight is not over……..expect the demoncrats to call us out……”you’re all a bunch of racists”…….. it’s going to get a lot worse…..they don’t have any other cared to play…..their ideas are nothing but smoke and mirrors and the white electorate is not going to buy it any more………..

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      • inagadadavida says:

        “…will think it was them…..that they have the answers the voters are looking for….”

        Exactly, Bluto, and how ironic since it was our frustration with Bush and the Republicans (“green energy,” inaction on immigration, endless wars) that gave us Obutthole!

        The bigger picture, though- I’m beginning to think that the Bushes and the McConnells are not at all RINO’s, but are the very definition of the Republican Party. If we want to take it and use it, well… what was that Jack O’Connor book where the frontiersman kills a buffalo and crawls inside its carcass to survive the blizzard?

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  13. The TEA Party shakes up the status quo…. deeply entrenched career criminals in DC hate them because they are a threat to their royalty status.

    Turtle head McConnell and his ilk ( all the other RINO’s ) need to be submerged in tar, lit on fire, pointed to the left side of the isle and given a swift kick in the ass….. ANYONE who declares the TEA party as the enemy is an enemy to this country and to me.   Sanctimonious,  self serving traitors!

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  14. misterbill says:

    McConnell has backed up a bit on his hard words about the TP. Nonetheless I find this quote from another poster to be true:

    ““A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear.”
    Cicero

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  15. misterbill says:

    A slightly long but interesting read:
    USA anyone???

    http://web.ics.purdue.edu/~rau.....public.htm

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  16. I will vote against the RINO in the primary…..

    and if it’s a choice between a DEMocRAT or a RINO…….

    From now on I’ll hold my nose and vote for the DEMocRAT…..

    because as we’ve come to learn…..

    once a RINO is elected….you never can get rid of them…..

    The REpubliCANTS won’t voted them out and…..

    the DEMocRATS are in a WIN-WIN situation.

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  17. This turkey necked traitor should be tarred and feathered and run out of town.

    The Crossing (2000) flim

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3wpC8w0_k34

    The drama is about George Washington crossing the Delaware River and the Battle of Trenton during the American Revolutionary War. The film opens with the retreat of the Continental Army across New Jersey after repeated losses and defeats during the campaign of 1776.

    After the army narrowly escapes across the river to the Pennsylvania shore, Washington, realizing that something must be done or the Revolution will collapse, conceives a plan to cross the river and conduct a surprise attack on the Hessian garrison at Trenton.

    Despite their own fatigue and the winter weather, Washington manages to lift his weary soldiers’ spirits, allowing the army to cross the river on Christmas night. The crossing is done in one night, allowing the troops to attack Trenton at eight o’ clock on December 26, 1776, and gains a stunning victory, capturing almost all the Hessians to their own advantage

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  18. misterbill says:

    Last minute check before hitting the sheets provided this nasty little bit of information. From
    Rubio and the gang of 8 amnesty plan:(p 619)
    “MULTIPLE PASSPORTS
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    (b), any person who, during any period of 3 years or less, knowingly— and without lawful authority produces, issues, or transfers 3 or more passports; forges, counterfeits, alters, or falsely makes 3 or more passports; secures, possesses, uses, receives, buys, sells, or distributes 3 or more passports, knowing the passports to be forged, counterfeited, altered, falsely made, stolen, procured by fraud, or produced or issued without lawful authority; or completes, mails, prepares, presents, signs, or submits 3 or more applications for a United States passport, knowing the applications to contain any materially false statement or representation, shall be fined under this title, imprisoned not more than 20 years, or both.

    USE IN A TERRORISM OFFENSE
    .—Any person who commits an offense described in subsection (a) to facilitate an act of international terrorism (as defined in section 2331) shall be fined under this title, imprisoned not more than 25 years, or both. ”

    So, feel free to cook up 2 phony passports, it’s allowed.

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    • Your last sentence was the first thing that came to mind too. – How damned dumb is this? Do they count on all of us being stuck on stupid…or what?

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  19. Spurwing Plover says:

    Then they should just leave america right now and take the demacrats with them their traitors all

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  20. You have to be kidding me that you would take the time and effort to write: I think that’s French for “purpose” but am not sure because I don’t speak French. You sound like a backwards ass, libertarian nut case whose daily thoughts are consumed with the “awesomeness that you’re no gay because you only speak non-gay “Murican” in “Murica.” You’re an absolute idiot!!!

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