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Democrats have held the white house 25 years over the past 50 plus years; Republican 28.  During those years Republicans have far more arrests and convictions among White House Republican staff and party members than do Democrats. But how many more?

25 to 1…..

That’s the ratio of those within Republican White House Administration who have been convicted of crimes when compared to the number of Democrat staff members arrested during  Democrat White House Administrations….just wow!

It’s just a ghastly fact; a lump sum correct figure that bears witness to the fact Republican administrations are far more corrupt than Democratic ones.

This gives pause to wonder why this astonishing ratio, the vast difference between criminals in these two party’s, is true? Maybe, since the figure spans 50 years or more, the reasons don’t matter while the numbers do. Fact: the Republican party tends to be a corrupt party.

But don’t take my word for it: here’s a quick quote and then link so you can read it and believe it for yourself..

“So, let’s see where that leaves us. In the last 53 years, Democrats
have been in the Oval Office for 25 of those years, while Republicans
held it for 28. In their 25 yrs in office Democrats had a total of
three executive branch officials indicted with one conviction and one
prison sentence. That’s one whole executive branch official convicted
of a crime in two and a half decades of Democrat leadership.

In the 28 yrs that Republicans have held office over the last 53 yrs
they have had a total of (a drum roll would be more than appropriate),
120 criminal indictments of executive branch officials. 89 criminal
convictions and 34 prison sentences handed down. That’s more prison
sentences than years in office since 1968 for Republicans. If you want
to count articles of impeachment as indictments (they aren’t really
but we can count them as an action), both sides get one more. However,
Clinton wasn’t found guilty while Nixon resigned and was pardoned by
Ford (and a pardon carries with it a legal admission of guilt on the
part of the pardoned). So those only serve to make Republicans look
even worse.”

Vote the Republican cheaters out in 2020. Trump can dance and sing his praises all he likes, but in 2020 we need to put his lying butt out on the street, if not sooner.

Facts show the Democrats rarely break laws while in power. The Republicans lie, cheat, steal, commit felonies and cast a ,’Damn the Constitution,’ glare over our country when they are in power.

This is why I don’t vote Republican: they work for the upper class only, and cheat their asses off as they do it.

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Whap, what a whopper!*  It doesn’t take a political science major to realize that Boehner has made a mistake. Thing is, he’s pulled a boner, but why does his name sound so much like what he has done?  Of course, he’s not the first one with a name that resembled his actions.  Representatives Doolittle and Delay were two conservatives who voted to delay taking action on global warming. There’s an Ed Page who works in publishing; a fellow named Compost wrote a book on Rain forests.  If you went to the right college you might take a course on legal studies from a guy name Mr. Rule–no joke. Of course, Tiger Woods was ferocious when it came to using his wood iron on the golf course and then again his woody in the bed room. Conversely, Herschel Walker was a famous runner and Mr. Crapper,  who carried his name throughout his life, did much to forward the popularity of the place where people might leave one.  Still, there’s little doubt that Boehner will come up on the short end of the stick when this fiasco of a political buffoonery is over.

It all very simple. Get a grip Boehner–your party lost the past two  Presidential elections; Obama’s Health care bill has been signed into law. Less than 30% of people polled in America approve of your current shut down of Washington and attack on our Nation’s worldwide credit rating…You may call it a slow down, but here’s the real low down: all your party is doing now is losing the next two Presidential elections…congrats on that!

I had to laugh reading a recent article that spent every word it could muster trying to explain that even though the Congress had passed the new National Healthcare bill into law, and  the President had also signed this bill into law,  it still wasn’t ‘really’ a law since it didn’t read like one! Ha! Here’s a tip: a cow with spots is still a cow, dung head. Really, the Republican agenda PR teams have contorted  logic enough to justify the legalization of moon shine. Who wouldn’t need a stiff one, huh Boener, after trying to follow all the misleading, inept justifications the Republican party is trying to pass off as excuses for their party’s actions.

Bar none, this blatant obstructionism by the Tea Party members in Washington and those who support their whining is the worst move a losing political party could make. From the get-go, there was never a chance that the Republicans could defeat The National Healthcare Bill once it had been signed into law. All they had left from the beginning of this show of crap was hopes of chipping away at Social Security benefits, pensions and other social services. Therein lies the rub-this was the Republican’s intention all along. As it has been since the beginning of Social Security legislation the Republicans want to dismantle it. There’s no pension the Republican party wouldn’t shoot to kill but for their own. Social services are projected to be eye sores of government spending by the party members of the right who consistently vote themselves raises, retain their own pension systems, their own healthcare benefits and retirement guards, protections and well-being.

The Republican party has become the party of hog-wash. And Boehner can’t stop pulling a boner in Washington. There isn’t an ocean deep enough to wash off the dirt the Republicans insist on rubbing onto their faces today.  That’s the silver lining in all of this mess-say hello to the next Democratic President. Thanks Boehner-your’e a swell guy after all.

For now, it might seem these radical conservative tea party members and the Republicans are holding America hostage, but this really adds up to the fact that they’ve put their own party in a place no party should ever go–they bet on a losing hand. It won’t be the American economy that goes down the drain; Republicans will enjoy the dance for now, but swimming in the political sewer of the aftermath? Not so much…


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