Boehner Getting All Weak-Kneed on Looking for Granny Clinton’s ‘Lost’ Emails: “I just think it would be looked at as highly partisan”

Posted by on May 01, 2015 at 7:29 am

This is why Republicans keep losing. Over and over and over again. Hey, John, why don’t you just go plant a wet kiss on the Pantsuit Gangster’s backside and be done with it?

Boehner does not want the House itself to search Clinton’s email system. “We have no interest in physically having the server,” he explained. “We think the Inspector General at the State Department is the right entity to look at the server, determine what’s private, what’s public and what’s mixed. They’ve got the ability to do that.”

Boehner’s words suggested that House leaders were surprised by Clinton’s choice to delete emails and then tell investigators that there was nothing at all on her secret email servers. “If you look at the resolution that set up the Benghazi Committee, they have the subpoena power to go after lots of documents,” Boehner said. “But the House has never subpoenaed a thing since the Nixon tapes. So it just wasn’t in the resolution.”

Nevertheless, Boehner does not want the House itself to conduct any searches of Clinton servers, if they actually exist at this point. “I just think it would be looked at as highly partisan,” Boehner said. “I just frankly think a third party is in a much better position to make this call than us.”

So now when any Republicans with an ounce of testosterone left suggest going after the hidden emails Team Clinton and their flying monkeys can call them extremists and note that “even Speaker Boehner isn’t so reckless and parstisan” to suggest criminal behavior.

See you at the inaugural, Grandma! Hope we can work together!

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7 Responses to “Boehner Getting All Weak-Kneed on Looking for Granny Clinton’s ‘Lost’ Emails: “I just think it would be looked at as highly partisan””

  1. retired military on 1/01/15 at 9:29 am

    Ballless Boehner and McCuckold McConnell are the reaons I will not be voting in 2016. Until the GOP gets their head out of their ass, stop nominating RINOs like McCain and Romney, and get the RINOs out of leadership I wont be wasting my time.

  2. astonerii on 1/01/15 at 10:53 am

    The cure to this problem is a combination of
    1) A none of the above option on every single ballot line.
    2) Repeal of the 17th amendment, returning a voice to the states.
    3) A vote of confidence for the House of Representatives every off year. A vote of no confidence would expel every single representative, block them from running for the house of representatives in the upcoming special election.
    4) Every 18 years there would be a vote of consent, which in effect would be each voter saying that they consent to the government for which they are being represented by. A vote of no consent would eject not on the house of representatives, but the senators as well. The Senators likewise would not be allowed to run in the special election.
    5) The states should be given the power to impeach non supreme court judges which oversee their circuits, the supreme court justices could be impeached by the state controlled Senate.

  3. jukin on 1/01/15 at 11:02 am

    Third Part.

    We wouldn’t be getting screwed any harder if the donks had control of congress. We might even have some small say in government.

  4. mike191 on 1/01/15 at 11:12 am

    If these assholes spent as much time trying to destroy and/or undermine any Conservative policies while pretending to fight back the Obama Cabal ,this Republic might have a chance at survival.

    The only hope is the long tedious struggle of local level election of Conservative Leaders ,who eventually become National leaders.

    I will vote, illusionary as it might be, for the alternative of giving in to these assholes is the spiral of death to this Republic at the hands of Democrats.

  5. JMartin on 1/01/15 at 11:25 am

    Factor in Boehner’s history of alchoholism and skirt chasing…you’re GD right he doesn’t want an investigation

  6. Sambo on 1/01/15 at 12:35 pm

    People identify with their chosen political affiliation ostensibly because they believe that that party represents what is right, and does the right thing. And having established what the right thing to do is, one is supposed to do the right thing and let the chips fall where they may. Margaret Thatcher had something to say about our friend Boehner…

    If you set out to be liked, you would be prepared to compromise on anything at any time, and you would achieve nothing.
    Margaret Thatcher

  7. Steve S on 1/01/15 at 12:54 pm

    I just read this morning that Boehner is concerned that the employees at the ExIm bank will be out of jobs if the bank’s charter is allowed to expire.

    He doesn’t seem to give a rat’s a$$ about the couple of ten-thousand oil workers who are out of a job, but could be employed if he worked to lift the oil export ban.