February 25, 2012

A Republican We Need To Clean Out Of The House

I'm a Republican. I love my party and I want to see it control both houses of Congress and the presidency after the November elections. But I would prefer that we lose our majority in the House of representatives than have it defiled by the continued presence of this unworthy individual in that body.


Why do I take such a firm stance against Oklahoma Congressman John Sullivan? Because of this despicable comment that shows him morally unworthy of any office.

“I’d love to get them to vote for it,” Sullivan said at the event. “Boy, I’d love that, you know. But other than me going over there with a gun and pointing it to their head and maybe killing a couple of `em, I don’t think they’re going to listen unless they get beat.”

Sorry -- there is no context in which it is appropriate to suggest that the assassination of one's political opponents is a necessary or proper part of American government, no matter how worthy the goal one is seeking to achieve. If there is still time to run one, Sullivan needs to have a primary opponent run against him, and every republican has a moral obligation to vote for that opponent. If that is not possible, then an independent/third party conservative needs to run against Sullivan, and it is morally obligatory to vote for that conservative to replace Sullivan. And if neither of the first two options is available, it is obligatory to withhold one's vote from Sullivan -- even at the risk of having the seat go to the Democrat.

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Rough talk from a politician, who cares? What if he said something that most people might consider insanity like he actually believed in Satan? Now that is scary. I would much rather have this guy stay if that comment is all you have against him.

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