Did Boehner’s disgusting remarks about conservatives change your thinking about our Republican Congressman Frank LoBiondo?

Boehner?s ?clueless and ineffective leadership is why Republicans lost their House majority in 2006, and 2008, and why we are stuck with Obamacare, and paying ten trillion dollars of debt for the Wall Street bailouts and ridiculous stimulus programs.

Boehner?s clueless and ineffective leadership is why Republicans lost the public relations war during the government shutdown.

Boehner leads a Republican majority today only because ?Tea Party? conservatives pushed back against Obama?s agenda in 2010 and won back 60 House seats without Boehner?s leadership or support.

The only reason Boehner is still leading Congress after eight years of failure is that Republicans like our own Congressman Frank LoBiondo loyally support him and vote to keep him as their leader year after year.

At private gatherings, LoBiondo repeatedly refers to ??Tea Party? conservatives as a problem?not as friends or base of support?just like Boehner.

Which is worse for conservatives– ?A Democratic majority in Congress? ? ?Or a weak and ineffective Republican majority? ??Would conservatives be better off letting these Republicans be voted out of office while giving the Republican Party an extreme makeover? ? Seth Grossman, Executive Director

2 thoughts on “Did Boehner’s disgusting remarks about conservatives change your thinking about our Republican Congressman Frank LoBiondo?”

  1. Be careful or we end up with Hughes Jr.
    That would likely be a tad worse…
    But yes, Frank does miss the boat on more and more items important to us Constitutional Conservatives…as does Christie.

    1. We had lots of discussion on this very point at this morning’s breakfast discussion. The consensus was that a known enemy outside the walls is less dangerous than a traitor inside the gates. That the only way for Republicans to win nationwide is to get rid of Republicans like Boehner, and Republicans like LoBiondo who put them in power. That conservatives can’t effectively attack “progressive” Democrats when they are protected by Republican “buffers”. That the left gained power by first removing “moderate” Democrats, so they could then attack all Republicans. Seth Grossman

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