Dems try to seize even greater power in Congress

The Democrats, corrupted by power, are now seeking absolute power.  Here’s the story from the horse’s mouth, the horse in this case being Minority Whip, Eric Cantor:

In a completely unprecedented fashion, House Democrats have used their power as the majority party to shut out floor amendments from the minority party on spending legislation.

Right at the beginning of the debate, House Democrats decided to go to the Rules Committee, to report out a Structured Rule and shut the House GOP out of the process.

This is an unprecedented abuse of power by the House Democrats.  Every American – every American of either political party or of no party at all – ought to be deeply concerned over this action.

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  • Ymarsakar

    But they aren’t, are they. So does a Republic fall, more to apathy than to barbarians outside the gates, although those barbarians are surely waiting.

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  • Mike Devx


    The earth revolves, the worm turns. Conservatives will be in power again, and we are being given such splendid examples to follow.

    What is good for the goose is good for the gander. If the Democrats may do this to the Republicans, then it will be, it MUST be, perfectly fine for the Republicans to do the same to the Democrats when our turn comes.

    But it would be best if our voiceless, faceless, spineless, thoughtless, brainless idiot Republicans on the Hill made that point RIGHT NOW. “We honor what the Democrats are doing by declaring, right now: We shall do the same for you, when our turn comes.” Get out there and say it now. And then do it then, when oyur turn comes.