I forget...which party has control of the House and Senate?

When Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi ran the Congress, they did as they damn well pleased.  They held up legislation they didn’t want debated or voted on, they changed the rules to suit the needs of the Democrat Party, and they said and did whatever it took to move their and Obama’s liberal socialist agenda forward.

You can call them bullies or even tyrannical, but one thing you can’t call them is spineless.

So how is that Republican House and Senate majority working for the people that voted them in?  Are they on task, putting the country back on the conservative track?  Not so much.

The Republican House and Senate have been totally emasculated when it comes to every issue the Obama regime puts forth.  They have done absolutely nothing to stop our country’s march to socialism at the hands of Obama and his minions.

And for the sake of our beloved nation and the nation of Israel, can anyone please explain why the Republican congress can’t – or won’t – do anything to stop the Iran nuclear deal?

Even with sixty days to look over and debate the deal, it’s a forgone conclusion what’s going to happen at the end of the sixty days.  Sure, they will probably vote against the deal, but it’s all but guaranteed they won’t be able to muster enough votes to override Obama’s veto.  At which point the Republicans will fold up like a cheap suit and crawl back to their constituents licking their wounds and telling them they did all they could do.

On the other hand, if the tables were turned, and there were a Republican president and a Democrat Congress, who in their right mind believes that the Democrat leaders would stand by and allow anything similar to this deal happen?  The Democrats would find a way to stop the process in its tracks faster than you can say “Introducing President Donald Trump.”

Sadly, the Republican leadership is in total fear of Barack Obama – and has been since his election.  It’s obvious that the Republican leadership has no intention of ever trying to strong-arm the first black president – leaving themselves open to being branded racist – even if doing so means we’re another step closer to the end of America as we know it.

Who in the Republican Party will stand up and actually do something before it’s too late?

Bueller?  Bueller?  Trump?

When Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi ran the Congress, they did as they damn well pleased.  They held up legislation they didn’t want debated or voted on, they changed the rules to suit the needs of the Democrat Party, and they said and did whatever it took to move their and Obama’s liberal socialist agenda forward.

You can call them bullies or even tyrannical, but one thing you can’t call them is spineless.

So how is that Republican House and Senate majority working for the people that voted them in?  Are they on task, putting the country back on the conservative track?  Not so much.

The Republican House and Senate have been totally emasculated when it comes to every issue the Obama regime puts forth.  They have done absolutely nothing to stop our country’s march to socialism at the hands of Obama and his minions.

And for the sake of our beloved nation and the nation of Israel, can anyone please explain why the Republican congress can’t – or won’t – do anything to stop the Iran nuclear deal?

Even with sixty days to look over and debate the deal, it’s a forgone conclusion what’s going to happen at the end of the sixty days.  Sure, they will probably vote against the deal, but it’s all but guaranteed they won’t be able to muster enough votes to override Obama’s veto.  At which point the Republicans will fold up like a cheap suit and crawl back to their constituents licking their wounds and telling them they did all they could do.

On the other hand, if the tables were turned, and there were a Republican president and a Democrat Congress, who in their right mind believes that the Democrat leaders would stand by and allow anything similar to this deal happen?  The Democrats would find a way to stop the process in its tracks faster than you can say “Introducing President Donald Trump.”

Sadly, the Republican leadership is in total fear of Barack Obama – and has been since his election.  It’s obvious that the Republican leadership has no intention of ever trying to strong-arm the first black president – leaving themselves open to being branded racist – even if doing so means we’re another step closer to the end of America as we know it.

Who in the Republican Party will stand up and actually do something before it’s too late?

Bueller?  Bueller?  Trump?