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John Boehner gave an interview to Fox News’ Bret Baier yesterday, in which a bottle of 12-year-old Jameson had to be the 600 lb. gorilla in the room.
Start at 11:45:
“I was the Tea Party before there was a Tea Party,” Boehner said, responding to a question from Fox News Channel’s Bret Baier about whether he could keep the GOP united.
“I understand their concerns, I understand their frustrations,” the speaker continued. “But we have a Constitution that we abide by and we’re going to live by it. And that means we have separate, equal branches of government. And whether people like it or not, Barack Obama is going to be the president for the next two years.”
“But we have a Constitution that we abide by and we’re going to live by it…”?
Non sequitur something something something…
First, John, if you spend any more time in the tanning bed the AEC will designate you as hazardous radioactive material.
But “Tea Party before there was a Tea Party”?
Republican aides say House Speaker John Boehner was “elated” after he worked with President Barack Obama to push through the amnesty-funding 2015 budget in December, according to a profile in Politico, an establishment media outlet in Northern Virginia.
Sixty-seven GOP members voted against the budget, which funds Obama’s effort to provide five million foreign migrants with work permits, despite the historically low percentage of Americans who are working in the Obama economy. The budget deal split the GOP caucus, repudiated its November voters and rewarded Wall Street donors.
“Obama personally called Boehner to say thanks. …
So there’s that reality…
Here’s the speaker’s Tea Party reality in December 2013
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