The Tea Party is Washington’s Only Enemy

If we could only get the TEA party in charge in DC.
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So Snerdley comes in today and says, “So, when is there gonna be a special prosecutor named for the missing e-mails?”

I said, “Never. There’s not gonna be a special prosecutor. Who’s gonna call for a special prosecutor, and then who’s gonna name one? Ain’t gonna happen.” And I went on to explain the facts of life to him. I have to do it each and every day. Some people, I think a lot of people, are so immersed in the traditional Democrat versus Republican mind-set and think that it still exists, and it doesn’t.

There isn’t a Democrat versus Republican mind-set in Washington anymore, ladies and gentlemen. There is an election, presidential election, there’s a pretense of it, but in truth, the only real enemy of Washington today is the Tea Party. The Republican and Democrat establishments, the Chamber of Commerce, the whole way Washington is working, the only enemies are people who want to reintroduce free markets, get rid of crony capitalism, blow up the relationships that exist between Washington and individual businesses or business at large, Wall Street firms.

You people in the Tea Party that believe in liberty, freedom, free markets, you represent the problem. To John Boehner, to the Republican establishment, to the Republican consultants, Obama is not the problem. Anybody opposed to the way Washington does business today is the problem, and that would be you and me. But more on that later. I’m faced with another one of these days where it’s just gonna be a mad dash to get it all in.



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