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The “New” G.O.P.!

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Leslie Brown

Once upon a time, there was a Grand Old Party. They were for fiscal responsibility, limited government,  strong defense, and racial equality*. But then, slowly, ever so slowly like the analogy of the frog in the boiling pot, they changed…

The Grand Old Party of yore, has now become the Gonadless Old Panderers. A party once represented by men such as Ronald Wilson Reagan, Eisenhower and can-we-really-even-flippin’-judge-NIXON these days, is currently represented by John Boehner, John McCain, Eric (not-that-old,-but-indulge-me) Cantor, and John Cornyn who voted for Obamacare. Grrrrr.

I think there must be some kind environmental insult or cause that is running rampant both in the Senate and the House.  Whatever it is, apparently blocks the testosterone receptor hence lessening the effect of testosterone in the body.   Symptoms are weakness, depression and fatigue. You see, what we may perceive as, “These guys just don’t give a s*& anymore”, could really be a cry for help.

Even as wonderful as Reagan was, he was too soft on immigration. So maybe it started waaaay back then, because we haven’t had a Republican president ever since.

I hope this piece isn’t to risque or inappropriate. I ran it past a fellow writer; a man with a lot of integrity to get his opinion. He said, “At least it’s not Gonadless Old Perverts or Philanderers”,  I told him those are are generally Democrats.  I think I’ll become a “racist” Tea Partier now.

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  1. Bob robertson

    Truth is never risqué or inappropriate! Keep it up, patriot!

    • Leslie Brown

      Thanks man! I take some serious crap! I know I’m not the only one who feels this way -Kitchen Table Patriot

  2. James Truckville

    I left the R party about 10 years ago. When Bush 2 won in 2000 with a R Senate and a R House, I thought, “This is great! Now they can get everything done they’ve been talking about.” But nothing changed, and in some ways they made things worse. So while I was glad to see the mid-terms swing back to the Rs, I was VERY skeptical. And for good reason: Their recent votes have
    validated that they are merely a “light” variety of Socialists. Very sad that those of us who simply want a return to Constitutional government are considered radicals.

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