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Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Tea Party group turning on Boehner

Posted By on Wed, Jul 27, 2011 at 2:37 PM

Think Rep. John Boehner has behaved like a petulant child throughout the debt ceiling debate? Well, according to some Tea Partiers, he hasn't been petulant enough. Tea Party Nation wants to throw the bum out. The group explained in a blog post exactly what's wrong with Boehner: he's compromised too much.

Given Boehner’s background, you would think he would be right up there with theTea Party. Instead of being the best Speaker in the last century, which he could have been, he has turned into a total disaster. What is wrong with Boehner?

Much like the French Army, Boehner surrenders early and often. Our country deserves better and the conservative movement cannot take any more of this. We must act.

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