Wednesday, February 25, 2015

What Difference Does It Make?

I hope this question keeps Hillary Clinton famous forever. I was hoping the Republican leadership in the Senate would not make it so obvious that they know the answer to the question is none. Mitch McConnell has made it clear he and Harry Reid are in unison. In essence Harry is still in charge of the Senate. Whatever Obama wants, Obama gets. John Boehner is making a pretense of showing a pair because his job as leader was put in jeopardy after the last election. He knows if he caves again he will lose his chairmanship after the next election. I have no doubt that both Republican leaders, McConnell and Boehner are trying very hard to fund the amnesty program.

What if they find a way not to do so? The question is the same. What difference does it make? A Texas judge stopped the official amnesty program while the Obama administration gives instructions to Border Patrol agents not to stop anyone that wants to come into the country illegally. Obama has found that lying works well for him. While he misdirects people by saying the right things, his minions are doing the exact opposite of what he says. His stonewalling of congressional oversight allows him to DICTATE as he wishes and irreversible damage will be done before he can be replaced in office.

That brings me to thinking about the next presidential election and my question remains, “What difference does it make?” If Hillary Clinton is elected, she will continue Obama’s damaging policies. If Jeb Bush is elected he will continue only most of Obama’s damaging policies.

The FCC which is a bureaucracy created by Congress is now able to pass new internet rules DICTATED by Obama without congressional oversight. The FCC chairman cannot even be compelled to testify before Congress or even be forced to give Congress a copy of the new rules before they become law. What difference does it make that Republicans won the Senate. Again the answer is none.


If we do not elect a President dedicated to making drastic changes to reduce federal government control over “we the people” and elect enough senators to give Republicans the ability to stop a filibuster we are going to be stuck on this downward path forever. This next election may be our last chance. Once all the illegal aliens and prisoners with early jail releases get the right to vote, we will never get another Republican elected for President in this country. But then again, what difference does it make?

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