THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE
Number 802, December 21, 2014
Attribute to L. Neil Smith's The Libertarian Enterprise
More than any other person, the miscreant most responsible for burdening Americans with Obamacare, shredding the Constitution in the matter of Obama's amnesty edict, and destroying freedom in countless ways over the past seven years is the man who could have stopped it all, or at least slowed it down, Republican Speaker of the House John Boehner.
Boehner is a United States congressman from the heavily left-leaning state of Ohio. For decades, Ohio kept sending Howard Metzenbaum to Washington when it was open knowledge that he was a communist. The round-heeled mass media never cared to report that fact. Queried only one time on the matter, Metzenbaum replied, "So what?"
Boehner, instead of keeping his oath of office, and mounting an heroic opposition to Obama's evil depredations against America, perhaps even spear-heading an historic effort to impeach, depose, and jail the detested tyrant, which would have made him a memorable figure forever, ignominiously wilted, giving in to weakness, cowardice and compromise.
His name, to the extent it is remembered at all will be associated with other names,like Menshevik and Vichy. Boehner represents everything that individuals of genuine character and principle hate, loathe, and despise about "RINOs": Republicans In Name Only. One is inavoidably reminded of the low, shameful, pusillanimous way that Bob Dole bent the rules to support Bill Clinton's unconstitutional gun laws.
If I hadn't left the Republican Party back in the 1960s, (and I had never read Atlas Shrugged and Robert A. Heinlein) over the ugly way that RINOs treated Barry Goldwater, that would have done it for me.
Clearly, John Boehner is extremely bad for the country in exactly the same ways that Barack obama has been, and for exactly the same reasons, and he must be gotten rid of entirely, once and for all. Merely removing the man as Speaker is not enough. He would just remain in congress to continue voting for whaever the socialist position is. He must be barred from holding any sort of public office again. There is only one way to do that: the captive people of Ohio must recall him.
A clause within the Fourteenth Amendment regarding acts of rebellion against the Constitution would keep him out of government forever.
They will, of course, need the help of the entire nation. Politics, as I say, inside the state of Ohio, are very, very bad. The Republicanoid national establishment will happily spend countless millions to keep their head slimeball in place. Boehner's political elimination would also threaten the interests of that grossly infected boil on the ass of the American body politic, Michael Bloomberg, and probably disturb the villainous machinations of George Soros, so we can expect a great deal of leftist and Democratic money to support Boehner.
I hope he's proud of that.
I'm certain that there are already several groups in Ohio who oppose Boehner and want to get thoroughly rid of him. Whatever their differences, they should now pool their efforts against him. A national fund must be established so that, say, individuals in Los Angeles or Bangor or Helena or El Paso who have been damaged by Boehner's malfeasance can contribute. I'd be quite happy to do so, myself.
And there must also be a backup plan. If the first attempt at recall fails, there must immediately be another recall effort, to wear Boehner and his money cronies down by attrition. That's the way we won the American Revolution; we didn't defeat the British miulitarily, we just cost them too much. We lost in Vietnam by the same process. At the same time, during this period, everything that Boehner never wanted anyone to know about him will come out. Attention: National Inquirer. Even if Boehner wins, defending himself will be expensive. If we keep at it, his financial backers will eventually give up on him.
One more thing: let Mitch McConnel and the rest of his unclean RINO ilk know that they're next. I'm no conservative by any means, I'm a libertarian and I'm damn sick and tired of watching liberty lose, time and again in congress and the courts, under the tender ministrations of these political barrel-scrapings. Ron Paul should be well into his second term by now, cold fusion should be powering the country, and privately-employed explorers should be setting up camp on Mars.
John Boehner and every illicit interest he actually represents—corrupt political practices and enormous corporations willing to do absolutely anything to get their nasty way—stand in the path of everything that is decent and good. This vile parasite must be removed now.
It's him or us.
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