GOOD RIDDANCE TO THE MOST WORTHLESS, SPINELESS, INEFFECTIVE COWARD OF A REPUBLICAN SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE EVER!!!
Republican Speaker of the House John Boehner officially resigned today, effective the end of October 2015. All I can say is good riddance to bad rubbish. Boehner has been one of the most disappointing and worthless Speakers of the House, maybe ever. When he wasn’t crying, he was being owned by Barack Obama and the Democrats. John Boehner became the fave of useless, establishment Republican leadership who were elected to office to take on Obama and the Democrats and did nothing. as discussed at the Gateway Pundit, as Boehner left the Capitol on Thursday evening, he told two reporters that he had nothing left to accomplish after he brought Pope Francis to the Capitol. REALLY, YOU HAVE ACCOMPLISHED NOTHING!!! The GOP was given the majority in the House and you were made speaker to defund Obamacare and stop Obama and the Democrats from continuing their damaging agenda … YOU DID NOTHING BUT MAKE EXCUSES.
The Republican party was provided the majority and told the American people they would stop the Obama spending and the Democrat’s agenda. The GOP made all the promises in the world to get elected and ran on that very message. THEY DID NOTHING. Boehner is nothing more than the face of useless GOP establishment leadership.
On the Drudge report, the caption rad, One last cry for Boehner as he resigns from Congress. However, there were nothing but tears of joy from real Republicans and Conservatives who were tired of his pathetic leadership. Cry me a river and just leave.
John Boehner has had enough.
The embattled speaker, who fought off rumors of his political demise for years, announced Friday he would resign from Congress at the end of next month. The Ohio Republican, stunning his colleagues, said he didn’t want to put the House through a tumultuous vote on his speakership, and instead, he’ll leave Washington after 25 years and allow his party to pick a new successor in his absence.
Conservatives had been circling with threats of a fresh coup attempt — a showdown he felt he could win, but one he and his allies thought would do serious harm to the institution. But for all his grumbling over the down-and-out fights, the capitulations to rowdy right-wingers, and the “spineless” and “squish” insults, Boehner for five years had stuck it out, scoring a series of wins and maintaining his chain-smoking, merlot-swigging charm.
Boehner, who rose from bartender’s son to the most powerful man in Congress, was a classic mix of bravado and puddle of tears on Friday during a press conference announcing his decision to step aside at the end of October.
“Last night I started thinking about this, and I woke up. I said my prayers as I always do, and I decided, you know, today’s the day I’m going to do this. As simple as that,” Boehner said, veering from moist eyes to relief to whimsy, breaking into an impromptu rendition of “Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah” from the Disney movie “Song of the South.”
Boehner, 65, planned to leave Congress at the end of 2014, but returned because of the unexpected electoral defeat of his second-in-command, Eric Cantor. The feeling was that another agonizing round of internal GOP turmoil over his future “would do irreparable damage to the institution,” a Boehner aide said.
HEY SENATE GOP MAJORITY LEADER MITCH MC CONNELL, YOU’RE NEXT!!!