John Boehner & Newt Gingrich
John Andrew Boehner (born , 1949) is the 61st and current Speaker of the United States House of Representatives. Newton Leroy Newt Gingrich (born Newton Leroy McPherson; June 17, 1943) is an American politician, author, and political consultant. /5
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Mr. Trump, to me the best 3 VP choices are John Boehner, Newt Gingrich, and Ben Carson, in that order.
Mr. Trump, to me your best choice of Vice pres. is John Boehner, Newt Gingrich, or Ben Carson. In that order.
To understand how much Congress has changed over the last two decades, compare Newt Gingrich and John Boehner.
John Boehner, the leader of the House Republicans, explains why he was "fooled" and "mislead" by the charismatic Ted Cruz (a freshman Senator, who has nothing to do with the House of Representatives.) Boehner puts the blame all on Ted Cruz, and yet he does not exactly use profanity, he does not speak very kindly of the Texan-Canadian-Cuban (Cruz, a senator) who LED the house of representatives to shut down the government. Newt Gingrich was blunt. No ideas, no replacement, have not done their homework. Today's Republicans have no "plan" - only negativity and name-calling. For two or three months Ted Cruz was the shining hero, the star, the gifted Messiah of the Republicans. Hey, he lasted longer than Norquist, didn't he?
HOW CAN AN ETHICAL AND HONEST PERSON VOTE REPUBLICAN I've been scratching my head about two things lately. ONE, how can someone who isn't a multimillionaire vote Republican? Every platform they support is contrary to the average working class citizen's needs. TWO, how can a man profess to be a Christian when he is obviously is a hypocrite and Liar? But when I listen to people like Scott Walker, Newt Gingrich, John Boehner and friends speak, it becomes clear how these things exist and why they are glorified. Intelligence is awareness of ignorance. Stupidity is ignorance of ignorance. Now it all makes sense. "It is better to be silent and be thought a fool than to speak and remove all doubt." Variously attributed to Lincoln, Elbert Hubbard, Mark Twain, Benjamin Franklin and Socrates. Posted by Marine Corps Sgt. Ron Geste - Afghanistan
I have to get this out of my system before my head explodes. For months now I have been hammering the dems without mercy. Now everything has changed. I feel that the party I loved and cherished all my life is unrecognizable. Don't get me wrong I'm still conservative but if this is the new Republican Party I'm not happy at all. 2014 top republicans that need to retire or get voted out of office. Here we go ,John Boehner useless needs to become a democrat , I will take Newt Gingrich over him anytime any day of the week . Next Mitch Mcconnell his ranting on the Tea Party and Ted Cruz and is also Obama's water boy he needs to switch parties and become a democrat as well. John Mccain respect his role in the war and locked up at the Hanoi Hilton other then that he is just as liberal as Nancy Pelosi. Governor of Arizona Republican Jan Brewer wants to run again to complete Obama's vision of emancipating 7.5 million illegal aliens she has no business in the GOP she needs to join the Democrat party. So what part .. ...
I want my Republican Party back. The party of great leaders like Abraham Lincoln, Ronald Reagan, and even Newt Gingrich. Not our current spineless, back stabbing, mush, RINO feckless hacks like John Boehner, Mitch McConnel, and Karl Rove. surrender and retreat from the French Republican leadership. Time for Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, Louie Gohmert, Steve King, Mike Lee, Michele Bachmann, Allen West, Sarah Palin, Joe Walsh, David Hale, and the Tea Party to run the GOP
Back in Washington for a few days (on ABC's "This Week" tomorrow morning, by the way, duking it out with Newt Gingrich). What's most striking here is the intensity of the Republican civil war in the wake of Paul Ryan's budget victory and John Boehner's angry attacks on Tea Party political front groups (Americans for Prosperity, Heritage Action for America, Senate Conservatives Fund, etc.). Tea Partiers are enraged, vowing to challenge and beat even more establishment Republicans in 2014 and beyond. Where did Republican leaders suddenly get their courage to take on the Tea Party, given that until very recently they and their GOP colleagues were intimidated by the prospect of Tea Party primary challengers? In Washington, courage often comes with money. And money is now flooding into Washington from big corporations and Wall Street, much of it going to establishment GOP front groups (the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Karl Rove's funding empire, etc.) to protect establishment Republicans from Tea Party challenger ...
In 1947, Harry Truman criticized Congress as a "Do Nothing Congress" and he won the election in 1948. It passed only 397 laws. This record was broken in 1995 when Newt Gingrich controlled House passed only 88 laws. Now guess what? Exactly. This congress will set a new record since they decided to fight Obamacare with all its might. The number is now 55 and John Baehner said that the House will dismiss in about 10 days. They finished for the year. When did they start? They shut government down and don't improve things to make things work better. They have NO plan to improve the broken system of health care in this country. Happy holidays, John Boehner.
Uh, oh, someone better get John Boehner, David Vitter, Paul Ryan, Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum, Bobby Jindal, Jeb Bush, Bob Mcdonnell, Marco Rubio, Michael Steele, Sam Brownback, Rudolph Giuliani, Chris Christie, Antonin Scalia, Anthony Kennedy, Clarence Thomas, John Roberts and Samuel Alito on the horn, ASAP!! -- Matthew 5:19-20 Anyone who breaks one of the least of these commandments and teaches others to do the same will be called least in the kingdom of heaven, but whoever practices and teaches these commands will be called great in the kingdom of heaven. For I tell you that unless your righteousness surpasses that of the Pharisees and the teachers of the law, you will certainly not enter the kingdom of heaven.
Whose name do you hear spoken most often from politicians decrying this week’s shutdown of the federal government? It’s not the president’s name, but John Boehner, the Republican Speaker of the House. This is by design. It links the speaker, who is relatively popular, with Newt Gingrich, who is not.
John Boehner, don't let Pres. Obama Convince you or any of the Republicans to change any laws in their favor.He's trying to brainwash you with reverse psychology. When Newt Gingrich said Pres. Obama to be the most dangerous president in History he might have been right. I didn't know the things that I know now and I was not expecting to see these things. We told you Washington DC is the protection grid for the planet when you change the laws you're lowering the protection. You're making it legal for other worlds to attack the earth. Just as you sent spaceships and satellites into the universe day send them here. They're all over the planet... There are probes everywhere... And their destructive.
Sad about Tom Foley. Happily, though, he lived long enough to see both Newt Gingrich and John Boehner humiliated.
Newt Gingrich knows a thing or two about government shutdowns, having been House Speaker during the last one in 1995 and he says that the current speaker, John Boehner, has it much harder than he ever did.
I want to write something before I forget, since I finished my American History class - woot woot!! This past week was the history from 1993 to 2010. One passage in particular hit home because it talked about the government shutdown of 1996. Newt Gingrich was the speaker of the House at the time. Congress and President Bill Clinton couldn't agree on a budget, sound familiar? They proposed cuts in federal benefits for the elderly and to gut Medicaid and Medicare. On top of this they wanted to lower the capital-gains tax to help the rich!! DOES ALL OF THIS SOUND FAMILIAR? Because Congress and the president couldn't agree, the government was shut down between November 1995 to January 1996. We can't let a lengthy like this happen again as it would kill our country. We aren't as stable as we were in 1995-96. The GOP and the democrats need to find a happy medium... they need to start thinking about the good of the people and stop acting like a two-year having a temper tantrum a'la John Boehner!! Our public offi ...
i keep getting John Boehner ever since I did that whole Newt Gingrich thing
Erskine Bowles has returned to run the same play he ran during the Clinton administration, when he negotiated the secret deal between Bill Clinton and Newt Gingrich to cut Social Security benefits. Despite warnings from both John Boehner and John Conyers that the commission will report its recommendations to a lame duck Congress who could pass it before the end of the term. Both Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi have promised to bring the commission’s proposals up for votes.
Man the Republicans have no loyalty, not even to fellow party members!! John Boehner was one of the conspirators that tried to oust Newt Gingrich in the 95-96 congress!!
John Boehner's career will come to an end tonight. He will run the Republican ship onto the rocks. He will go down as a bigger fool than Newt Gingrich, who was actually leading the charge to shut down the government in the 90s. Boehner isn't even in charge of his Republicans; he's just a lamb being lead to political slaughter.
Well John Boehner and all House Republicans you have accomplished embarrassing our great government institution once again. It's been 17 yrs. Since a government shutdown and Newt Gingrich was behind that one. It's gonna hurt many federal workers and their families. People need to wake up and pay attention to this event and hold congressional members liable.
There's lots of great stuff in Pope Francis' groundbreaking interview with the Jesuit magazine America, but one of my favorites is the part where he says this: "I have never been a right-winger." Would that more Catholics could say that. Y'know, people like Paul Ryan, Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich, John Boehner, Marco Rubio, et al.
Three thoughts from the Oscar's: 1.) Congrats to Argo, which was the best of the nominated movies. That said, the best movie of the year was actually "Flight" 2.) Jennifer Lawrence and Kristin Stewart - Can you come off any more dingy & teenagish? For actresses who do this for a living, your grace in front of a crowd leaves something to be desired. 3.) Nice touch with Ms. Obama at the end. Somewhere, John Boehner, Newt Gingrich and the leadership of the NRA and the rest of them got their feathers in a bunch...
Newt Gingrich, *** Cheney, John Mccain, John Boehner, Mitch Mcconnell, Lindsey Graham - THIS is YOUR GOP - sad . very sad . the voice of . No one?
We can add him to the litany of right wingers who did not serve: Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich, *** Cheney, John Boehner, Eric Cantor, Ted Nugent, Charlie Daniels, Mitch Mcconnell, Bob Cornyn, Mitt Romney, Rudy Giuliani, Karl Rove, etc, etc, etc.
So now *** can serve openly, women can serve in combat, non-citizens can join the armed forces. It seems the only ones who can't strap on and step on a battlefield are neocons like *** Cheney, Mitch Mcconnell, Trent Lott, John Kyl, John Cornyn, John Boehner, Tom Cole, Mitt Romney, *** Armey, Tom Delay, Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich, Karl Rove and Rush Limbaugh.
Observing the Congressional Republicans repeatedly stumble in and out of their caucus clown car, blowing loud kazoos and muttering angry threats, should be painful, embarrassing and highly instructive to any American voter with the patience to watch. The House of Representatives has increasingly been dominated over the past two decades by a coterie of tantrum-prone extremists, who lack the probity and steadiness required for democratic self-government. Their diminished capacity is reflected in the low quality of leadership they have chosen during this long twilight, from Newt Gingrich, Dennis Hastert and Tom Delay to John Boehner and Eric Cantor, even as their politics have grown more and more extreme. Under the stress of their incoherence, the Republican caucus is unable to escape one humiliating mess after another. The damage they routinely inflict on the country’s economy and future is reaching incalculable levels—and is almost certain to grow worse when they again hold the debt ceiling hostage nex ...
To stay up on things and make an effort to understand 'the other side,' I look at right and left-wing FB pages. One thing I often see from Both Sides that really irks me is how, in the political arena, women are either praised or criticized for how we look - or how pretty or ugly we are. Again - this is Both Sides. "Democratic women are so ugly." Or "Republican women are so ugly." Or "Liberal women are hotter than Conservative women" or vice versa. Why is this an issue? Nobody does this with the men. I mean look at Newt Gingrich. One may surmise he wasn't 'gifted' in the looks department but who out there is making a big deal out of it? NO ONE! Does anyone EVER ask John Boehner what "designers" he wears? NO. I know and understand this happens in Hollywood - and that is a whole 'nother bag of worms. For this discussion, I ask we stay focused on the political side of the issue. How will we stop this?
Newt Gingrich was an effective Speaker. Nancy Pelosi was an effective Speaker. John Boehner is one of the most ineffective Speakers to ever grace the House.
Republican Party Leaders Turn on Romney I have to confess I'm both pleased and bemused by the recent comments by Bobby Jindal, Marco Rubio, Haley Barbour, Jeb Bush, Peggy Noonan, George Will, John Boehner and countless others (Newt Gingrich, who knows whereof he speaks, called Romney's comments, "Nuts!") panning Mitt Romney for his post-election comments about "gifts". On the one hand I'm pleased that these party elders and not-so-elders are denouncing Romney's total out-of-touchness with average working Americans and are promising to reverse it. On the other hand I'm mystified to learn that they are all "shocked, SHOCKED!!" to find out that Romney harbored such ideas. Where were they all spring, all summer, all fall? He - and his running mate - have been mouthing these phony maker/taker platitudes all along. Together with the resentment over the largely failed attempts at voter suppression, they are the principal reasons for Romney's defeat in an economic climate which seemingly guaranteed his electi ...
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i have been reading story after story of the republicans leaders saying that we need to cave on taxes, scale back our opinion on illegal Immigration and other issues. let me ask a question why is it when ever we lose an election we have to listen to the democrats and get rid of our conservative values ? do we have a whole group wimpy establishment republicans? as in , John Mccain ( politically Wimpy), Mitt Romney, John Boehner, Mitch Mcconnell, Lindsey Graham .Scott Brown, Dave Reichert and others. they flip flop, they back down, they changer there opinion at a drop of a hat to go along with an election or a tide . so why can't we get strong conservatives like Paul Ryan, Sarah Palin, Chris Christie , Scott Walker, Michelle Brahman, Newt Gingrich, Allen West, Rand Paul, Steve King, Pete king, Eric Cantor,Rick Perry, Ted Cruz and others. why are we not encouraging these people to run for higher office .
John Boehner renominated for House Speaker; fends off challenge by … Newt Gingrich?
On President Obama's re-election by Newt Gingrich: I can see why he's dumb-founded. Back in 2009, there was a dinner meeting between top Republican Party members (including Gingrich, Paul Ryan, Frank Luntz, John Boehner, etc.) to discuss Obama's recent appointment and their strategy for the following 4 years. They came to an agreement that they would unilaterally obstruct ANY legislation (even those they agreed with) that Obama tried to pass through Congress, with the idea of making Obama look like an ineffective President. On leaving the meeting, Gingrich noted to another politician: "You'll remember this as the day the seeds of 2012 were sown." And for the following 4 years the number of cloture filings and filibusters skyrocketed in the Senate, more than doubling from their previous two years of obstructionism against the Democrat-controlled Congress under the Bush administration. So just imagine if for 4 years you spent every waking day as a unified party to hurt the image and effectiveness of the Pr ...
ALWAYS THINK POSITIVE Some interesting thoughts about what's to come for the GOP! Cheer up, better days are coming. There are positive things to focus on: 1. Permanent GOP House. John Boehner did us a huge service--instead of spending all the RNC's money trying to win more seats (like Newt Gingrich did in 1998), he spent all his money defending the 2010 seats in swing districts, which in a normal year we may have lost last night. This kept us with a big, conservative majority. It's essentially a permanent Republican House that can block any and all legislation for the next 3 1/2 years. 2. Impending GOP Senate. The next chance the Tea Party has to take out their anger on Obama is 2014. Lucky for us, the Senators that are up for reelection are the ones who came in on Obama's coattails in 2008--and are the weakest Democrat senators. All of them BARELY won in '08, and will absolutely lose 24 months from now. (It's Al Franken in MN, Mary Landrieu in LA, Kay Hagan in NC, Tim Johnson in SD, Max Baucus in MT, ...
Jeffrey Neal America, you will find no solace in the Republican Party. Mitt Romney slithered away tonight to join John Mccain, Bob Dole, Gerald Ford and GHW Bush in the pantheon of candidates coached by their mercenary consultants to run to the middle. None of Newt Gingrich, Paul Ryan, John Boehner and Eric Cantor do not want a smaller government, they want a government that THEY control so they can control YOU.
so uh... Mitt Romney and John Boehner you guys with Marco Rubio and Newt Gingrich... get a freaking clue!
The Warm Embrace of Willful Ignorance Unlike in any time in our history, one political party has embraced ignorance as a badge of honor and authenticity. In that embrace we have lost our ability to think critically, to evaluate evidence and weigh it accordingly. Disdain for science and the scientific method is seen as essential to election; as evidenced clearly enough during the Republican primary. Newt Gingrich on stem cells: “killing children in order to get research material.” Herman Cain said “global warming is poppycock.” Michele Bachmann: “the HPV vaccine caused “mental retardation.” John Boehner said that climate scientists were calling carbon dioxide a carcinogen (not true). Boehner also argued for teaching creation science in class. Rick Perry and Ron Paul call climate change “a hoax.” Bachmann claimed that President Obama is putting American children in concentration camps; and is to blame for the swine flu; more broadly, that swine flu epidemics happen only under Democrats. "I ...
Maybe it's just me,but has anyone noticed that Mitt Romney has received no major endorsements from any of the so called leaders in his own party. John Boehner, Eric Cantor,Newt Gingrich, John Mccain, Rick Perry not even Sarah Palin. What has happened to the Tea Party? Is this an instance where " Being hung out to dry " would apply? Never in the history of Presidential politics have I seen this phenomenon. Or could it be the whole party is suffering from Romnesia ???
I'm afraid this is closer to the truth than we'd like to think: 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 a ...
Bill Clinton loves talking about "all the jobs he created and how he balanced the budget", but he always manages to keep quiet about how Newt Gingrich ran Congress the whole time. In the end, the comparison just makes Obama look bad, because after all, Bill did it with Gingrich around, surely John Boehner has to be easier to deal with? In the end tho, the 90s were a good decade because the Soviets collapsed and the internet happened, we could have elected Ross Perot and things still would have been fine.
The Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 (PRWORA) is a United States federal law considered to be a fundamental shift in both the method and goal of federal cash assistance to the poor. The bill added a workforce development component to welfare legislation, encouraging employment among the poor. The bill was a cornerstone of the REPUBLICAN CONTRACT WITH AMERICA and was introduced by Rep. E. Clay Shaw, Jr. (R-FL-22) who believed welfare was partly responsible for bringing immigrants to the United States. Bill Clinton signed PRWORA into law on August 22, 1996, fulfilling his 1992 campaign promise to "end welfare as we have come to know it." The Contract with America was a document released by the United States Republican Party during the 1994 Congressional election campaign. Written by Larry Hunter, who was aided by Newt Gingrich, Robert Walker, Richard Armey, Bill Paxon, Tom Delay, John Boehner and Jim Nussle, and in part using text from former President Ronald Reagan's ...
Hours after Obama’s inauguration, a despicable assemblage of scoundrels (i.e., Paul Ryan, Mitch Mcconnell, John Boehner, Karl Rove, Newt Gingrich, Eric Cantor, John Mccain, John Kasich, Tom Corbett, Nikki Haley, Scott Walker, Chuck Grassley, Richard Shelby, Grover Norquist, Marsha Blackburn, Jim DeMint, *** Cheney, John Cornyn, Jim Inhofe, Tom Coburn, Jeff Sessions, and Jon Kyle) met for dinner to set in motion a Nixonian concocted conspiracy plot aimed at destroying, dehumanizing, sabotaging, maligning, and delegitimizing President Obama. For House and Senate Republicans, their marching orders were simple: Regardless of any hardship or suffering forced upon Americans, if Obama is for it, we’re against it, even if we were once for it. So when you hear Romney and Ryan say they want Obama to succeed, there’re lying, and once tainted with the stench of a lair, no amount of political hush money can restore one’s reputation (just ask Newt). From day one of the Obama Administration, Republicans have fi ...
This proves that Mitt Romney is a liar, when he said, "We wanted to see Pres. Obama succeed'. He know that the plan had already been made by the Republican Party, (at a dinner they had on the same night of the Innagural Ball) which consist of about 40 members of the Republican Party leadership, namely, his VP nominee, Paul Ryan, Mitch Mcconnell, Eric Cantor, John Boehner, Newt Gingrich, and a host of others all agreed to make it their goal to block anything that was to help the economy in any manner. Mitt Romney was well aware of the meeting and the objective. In fact, Mitch Mcconnell proudly stated on TV what their goal was, "To Make Obama a one term President" and snickered when he said it. That all they have worked at in almost 4 years and now they are lying about it saying, "We wanted him to succeed'! Liar, Liar, pants on fire!!!
This is the political season. So you can expect to hear a lot of lies and, we do. " The stimulus did not create one single job." (John Boehner) " Barrack Obama is the most dangerous president in modern history." (Newt Gingrich) "I was a severely conservative Republican governor." Mitt Romney) Whoppers. All three of them. But they are small potatoes to the biggest lie of all, the one we hear most often, from almost every politician, pundit and talk show host. You've heard it a thousand times: " Democrats and Republicans are equally to blame for today's gridlock in congress." If you want the real story read Thomas Mann and Norman Ornstein's book " It's Even Worse Than It Looks." Two very highly respected independent congressional scholars. Go back to 2010 and listen to what I consider a sociopaths brazen statement to a very gullible American public. "The single most important thing we want to achieve is for President Obama to be a one term president." That is what the Republican Party set out t ...
I find it fascinating, and sad, that in the middle of this deeply divided country, caused by Tea Partiers and folks who simply don't like Barack Obama for whatever reason, and the more liberal and/or progressive of those of us in the Democratic party, that the Republican Party is now being split even more down the middle by the likes of Michele Bachman. Apparently a repub can now choose between the bat-crap crazy doyenne of Minnesota, and what she and her friends (like Newt Gingrich) call numb nuts, like John Mccain, John Boehner, etc. Actually, I've agreed on three things with Boehner in the past ten days, and I find it kind of scary that that is happening to me. But nicely grratifying anyway, that he and I can agree not on just one thing, but three. So, whose side are you on - the bat-crap crazies or the numb nuts? (All names these repubs have given one another.)
Newt Gingrich sounded like a grumpy old man with his half hearted endorsement of Mitt Romney believe you me he want Romney to lose the election bad and believe you me his wish will come through. The Republican Party can not win these elections, a 50/ 50 chance they might hold the house of representative according to Speaker John Boehner own confession. The Democrats will no doubt regain the senate and the presidency. The Republicans need to expand their base old white men and white seniors will not do it form them.
John Boehner? *** Mitch Mcconnell? *** Eric Cantor? *** Mitt Romney? *** Newt Gingrich? *** So here's a little RFK. "My faith is that Americans are not an inert people. My conviction is that we are rising as a people to confront the hard challenges of our age-and that we know that the hardest challenges are often those within ourselves.
John Boehner said, “The American people do not want to vote for a loser.” “Tell me about it,” replied Herman Cain, Rick Perry, Michelle Bachmann, Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum.
Scott Walker & Jan Brewer are members of ALEC. John Boehner & Newt Gingrich are ALEC members. They don't represent you, they represent ALEC
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