John Boehner & Fox News

John Andrew Boehner (born , 1949) is the 61st and current Speaker of the United States House of Representatives. Fox News Channel (FNC), often referred to as Fox News, is a cable and satellite television news channel owned by the Fox Entertainment Group, a subsidiary of News Corporation. 5.0/5

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Megyn Kelly seems to have done for Fox News credibility what John Boehner's done for Sh** happens when egos …
It's official: House Speaker John Boehner has multiple challengers gunning for his job. Texas Republican Louie Gohmert announced Sunday morning on Fox News' "Fox and Friends" that he would throw his hat into the ring, saying he's officially a candidate for the speaker gig. Gohmert's...
December 11th, 2014 • Fox News host Sean Hannity is calling for the removal of John Boehner as House Speaker in the wake of the passage of a massive spending...
Sessions: House GOP on verge of breaking 2014 campaign promises (Fox News) - Conservative Republicans are pushing back hard against House Speaker John Boehner’s plan to effectively push off the battle over President Obama’s immigration plan to next year in order to pass a spending bill, increasing t…
John Boehner a fundraising machine for GOP - Fox News
Eric Cantor: Bite me. John Boehner: Bite me. Fox News: Bite me. Tea Partiers: Bite me. GOP: Bite me. You're all going down in Nov.
John Boehner's answer to Fox News about why he hasn't had Lois Lerner arrested revealed that the true motive behind this faux scandal is impeaching Attorney General Holder and/or President Obama.
By Andrew Johnson The House may have voted to hold former Lois Lerner in contempt, but don’t expect John Boehner to authorize the sergeant-at-arms to arrest the former IRS employee at the center of the agency’s targeting of conservative groups. Instead, the speaker said the responsibility lies with the Justice Department and attorney general Eric Holder to prosecute Lerner.”Will he do it? We don’t know, but the ball is in his court,” Boehner told Fox News on Sunday.When asked why Boehner didn’t issue an arrest himself, he said the provision has never been used before and was “not sure it’s an appropriate way …read more Source: National Review
How the Democrats retake the House. August 1, 0900 EDT: Barack Obama comes out and embraces "Happy" by Pharrell Williams as, "Better than everything performed by Justin Bieber." August 1, 0901 EDT: Eric Cantor, Darrell Issa, and John Boehner issue a statement that lionizes Justin Bieber as the "Most important young musician of our time, and a fine young American." 0902: The internet wets itself laughing. 0903: Republicans discover Bieber and Ted Cruz are Canadian. Fox News sends part of the statement down the Memory Hole. 0904: Rush Limbaugh prepares "Baby" bumper music, imagines a tryst with 20-year-old Bieber. 0905-A Ragamffen poll indicates that Republicans are now behind in 327 House races. August 2 0900-Obama repeats what he said the day before, and Republicans find more ways to celebrate Justin Bieber. This continues EVERY morning until Election Day, when Republicans are swept from all but 11 seats in the House. House Minority Whip Emil Fangboner (R-AL) states, "We were a victim of a conspiracy by T ...
Tea Party attacking John Boehner on Fox News. Pinch me, I'm dreaming!
Civil War Buffs: Why the media love John Boehner's outbursts - Fox News
Our collective memory as a nation is short. Here's a reminder: As Americans should recall, the Bush administration rollout of the Medicare drug benefit for 43 million elderly Americans was a disaster. Ohio Congressman John Boehner admitted as much to Fox News in February 2006 when he lamented that two years after its passage, "The implementation of the Medicare plan has been horrendous." As Ezra Klein recently recounted, in his rare moment of candor the future Speaker was right: In 2006, the bill went into effect. It was a disaster. Computer systems didn't communicate with one another. Seniors were confused. Some of the poorest and sickest enrollees -- "dual eligibles" who qualify for aid under both Medicare and Medicaid -- weren't able to get their drugs. It was so bad that in his 2006 State of the Union address, Bush "said nothing about the new Medicare prescription drug program, an initiative Republicans once hoped to trumpet but has angered many seniors in its implementation," reported the Washington ...
“There are not the votes in the House to pass a clean C.R.,” John Boehner said this morning on the ABC News program “This Week,” referring to a continuing resolution to fund the government without de-funding or delaying the Affordable Care Act. And “we’re not going to pass a clean debt limit increase,” meaning that Republicans will not vote to pay the nation's bills unless the Act is delayed or repealed. Those of you, and in the mainstream media, who continue to blame both Republicans and Democrats for this impasse should take note. Democrats can be faulted for many things. But this direct assault on our democracy is entirely the Republicans' handiwork. Never before has one party insisted that a law of the land be altered or repealed or it shuts the government and refuses to honor the nation's full faith and credit. The assault is being led by an extremist faction of Republicans that hates the United States government. It is being fueled by Fox News and right-wing yell radio, exploiting the ...
Enough with blaming the Democrats (Fox News!) or the Republicans (Everybody else!). One man is responsible for the shutdown at this point: John Boehner. 221 members of Congress have indicated they would vote for a clean budget bill. If the speaker would let it get to the floor, the shutdown would be over.
Through his weakness, John Boehner has put the final nail in the coffin of the Republican Party as we know it. The nutbags are now running the asylum because they think Fox News will successfully brainwash their base. So much for the acting for the good of all the country.
No significant legislation since John Boehner became speaker. Compare that to the record of the Pelosi House!
Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-OH) has turned down a select committee to investigate Benghazi, even though more than 160 of his colleagues in the House, 1,000 Special Operations veterans and many other Americans have called for one. Could statements made on Fox News' Political Insiders be a re...
George Bush, John Mccain, John Boehner, Eric Cantor, Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, W. Sarah Palin, Mitt Romney and the entire Fox News network. i have a question for you. So please be honest, I want to know. Why do you hate me so much? (Snicker)
Fox News has confirmed that President Obama will meet with the top four Congressional leaders on Friday, March 1 on the nation’s budget crisis. Those lawmakers set to be in attendance are John Boehner, Mitch Mcconnell, Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi. The crisis has become what many are calling a blame-...
Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. – Albert Einstein You’d think after losing the 2012 Presidential election by more than 5,000,000 votes and decreasing their number of seats in both Congress and The Senate that a certain Party would introduce new ideas that a majority of voters could support….but not this party. Instead, they plug their ears and refuse to consider Bobby Jindal’s (R-LA) suggestion to “quit being the stupid party.” The following statements and policies are insane, but REAL. Did you know that in 2012 there were 43 Anti-Abortion Laws passed, ranking it the 2nd most only behind 2011’s record-shattering 92 Anti-Abortion Laws. So when John Boehner (R-OH) took the stage on 4/27/12 and suggested that people ‘give him a break’ on this apparent ‘war on women,’ it punctuated his ignorance on the matter. Then, there was candidate Todd Akin (R-MO) who gave the absurd ‘legitimate rape’ comment. Followed by candidate Richard ...
I dont like reading the B.S. from main stream media... but every once in awhile something just jumps and slaps you and you have to giggle and thing... *** !! I knew that . In the Feb. 11 issue of The New Republic, President Obama said one of the biggest factors in the gun-control debate will be how it is shaped by the media “If a Republican member of Congress is not punished on Fox News or by Rush Limbaugh for working with a Democrat on a bill of common interest, then you’ll see more of them doing it,” he said. “I think John Boehner genuinely wanted to get a deal done, but it was hard to do in part because his caucus is more conservative probably than most Republican leaders are, and partly because he is vulnerable to attack for compromising Republican principles and working with Obama.”
At least 25 House Republicans are said to have reservations about voting John Boehner in for another term as speaker, Fox News has learned, teeing up some potential drama on the floor after the new Congress is seated Thursday afternoon.
Proof in the Pudding Grover Norquist more than anyone brought the Republican Party to its ruin with his no-tax pledge, preventing any reasonable governance through the art of compromise. In spite of Obama’s crystal clear statements in the debates and on the stump that he believes we can work toward fiscal responsibility only with a balanced approach of raising taxes on the wealthiest combined with spending cuts, Norquist says the voters did not endorse that; no, instead, people voted against Romney because of Obama’s attack ads. Rush Limbaugh thinks Obama won because voters are stupid. Fox News claims Obama has no mandate for change in spite of his 326 Electoral College votes and popular vote margin of almost 3.5 million. Mitch Mcconnell and John Boehner have such disdain for the office of the presidency that they refused to take a call from Obama following his acceptance speech; they have dismissed the will of the people and refuse to accept the consequences of the election. Nothing could be more un- ...
From Bob: Subject: Republican convention 2012 Republican Convention Schedule! 8:30 am – Opening Music: “Trample the Weak” by Ted Nugent, sung by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir 9am – Tax planning seminar on how you too can pay less than 15% taxes on your millions/billions. Hosted by Bain Capital accountants. 9:30am – Discussion of Christian values and marital fidelity – Newt Gingrich presiding 10am – “Sucking up to Israel” or, “How to Subjugate National Security to a Foreign Power” – a tutorial by Sheldon Adelson. 10:30am – “Women’s Rights: What’s the Big Fuss Little Lady?” – dominated by Erik Cantor 11am -- “Why I’m Holier than Thou” -- ministered by Rick Santorum 11:30 – The Curse of Irrelevancy – sobbed by John Boehner 12pm – My Gun’s Bigger than Your’s –or “Is that a Politician in your Pocket or are you just Glad to See Me?” --telemarketed in by the NRA Break for Lunch --- provided by Chic-Fil-A 12:30pm –“ How to Buy an Election: Making the Cit ...
To MSNBC and all the so-called objective journalists who are doing their best to re-elect Obama. The election is NOT ABOUT abortion, gun control, Todd Akin, Paul Ryan, racism, womens rights. The election is NOT ABOUT John Boehner, Allen West, Trayvon Martin, Mormonism, super pacs, the supreme court. This election is NOT ABOUT Fox News, environmentalism, freedom of the internet, domestic oil or Bain Capital. To quote another liberal of yore: 'IT'S THE ECONOMY STUPID'.
Regret. Means you weren't smart enough to prevent a moment in your life that you thought you were so right! Oooops! Don't regret you ignored me again. I told you Fox News wasn't Conservative 15 years ago...I got the evidence to prove it! I told you Clinton was a liar before he met Monica Lewinski! I can prove that too! I told you GW was alright inspite of who his daddy was...well some of you still don't agree...that jury is still out! I warned you about McCain! I wanted Giuliani...Fred Thompson.. *** I would of taken Huckabee! But NOOOo! You wanted McCain. I warned you about Obama...but no...you thought he was going to pay your rent! (with my money). I warned you about John Boehner...but no.he was going to be a great Speaker...(he was the jack hat who stabbed Newt in the back!) I warned you Paul Ryan when he was sitting in front of Obama acting all Republican and junk...but no! I warned about taking back the house with R.I.N.O.s but no you said...hey it's a republican house now! Yippee! oh ...
"Occupy Wall Street speaks for Republicans much more than Fox News or John Boehner ever will."
Well, the rover Curiosity landed cool. Republican leader John Boehner leaped on it, accusing President Obama of "exporting American jobs to outer space". Fox news' Hannity Show chimed in with "Yeah, what he said!" and Prenny hopeful Mittens Romney issued a statement that this is yet another sign of how out of touch Obama is. "Here, we need more tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans and he is wasting our rich people's tax breaks on exploration of other things beside giving more tax breaks to the wealthy". The President declined to comment, as he usually does when those dumb *** say anything.
Seriously, folks, Americans just don't understand the true Barack Obama. This guy is one cool cat, with a killer smile, who has a beautiful wife with two beautiful daughters, who always dresses in his best. He loves basketball and golf and even calls himself a Christian. He sings and tells jokes. His best friends are the likes of Clooney and Pitt and Hanks. He is, as these very objective award winning journalists Chris Matthews and Joy Behar and and Charlie Rose tell it, the perfect family man and perhaps the best president America has ever seen. So, what are Conservatives like Paul Ryan and John Boehner and Mitch O'Donnell and Marc Rubio and Michelle Bachmann and Herman Cain and Sarah Palin not seeing, to say nothing of Fox News and Mitt Romney??? Barack Obama is, as Mary Poppins once described herself, '...practically perfect in every way.' What's not to like about about this hip cat? You tell me.
The etch-a-sketch spokesman Eric Fehrstrom said Mitt Romney agrees with President Barack Obama that Obamacare is a penalty and not a tax, contrary to what Republicans such as John Boehner said on Sunday talk shows and what Fox News hater Sean Hannity says -- the Romney camp is sending mixed messages again ...
Barack Hussein Obama is NOT a "nice man" By Sher Zieve After what I believe was the "umpteenth" time I've heard yet another GOP establishment-type (means they're on the distinctly liberal side of the Republican leadership) I thought it was finally time to address the problem. Last week on Fox News, Ed Rollins (Republican campaign consultant and former campaign manager for presidential candidate "she's-out-of-control" Michelle Bachmann — Note: with statements like that about Bachmann one wonders if Rollins was working all along to unseat her candidacy) said again that "Obama is a nice man." As Obama continues to berate Speaker of the House John Boehner, Boehner has also repeatedly said Obama is a "nice guy." And now Republican assumed 2012 presidential candidate Mitt Romney also says — repeatedly and ad nauseam — that "Obama's a nice guy." Really? In fact, Romney says it so often that one wonders if he plans to take the proverbial dive for Obama in 2012 as McCain strongly appeared to do in 2008.
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