By almost all conservative accounts, the Omnibus Spending Bill is 2,232 pages of pure suckage. Naturally, people who lean right aren’t happy with Congress and the Donald for signing it into law.
Here are the top 5 conservative reactions to this betrayal move:
I never imagined I could loathe the @GOP more than the I loathe @TheDemocrats, but they got me with this suck-ass budget. I hope they get what they asked for in November. When will these RINO wimps stop sticking their asses in the air for the Democrats to violate?
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) March 23, 2018
Jimbo isn’t pulling any punches, and I like it. The politicians with R’s after their name tend to cower and cave to Democrats. Dems come calling for our hand-cannons every time a lunatic pops off in a schoolhouse. GOPers hide behind phrases like “it’s not the right time,” instead of confronting their unconstitutional stupidity head-on.
Which brings us to Dan Bongino:
The DC Swamp Possibilities Matrix:
Dems Win Elections: Dems Win
Republicans Win Elections: Dems Win
Dems Lose Elections: Dems Win
Republicans Lose Elections: Dems Win#Omnibus
— Dan Bongino (@dbongino) March 23, 2018
Danny boy is right. Even when Republicans are on top (i.e. right now) they sure don’t act like it. Sometimes, you can’t help but wonder if Republicans hold any conservative principles at all.
Chuck Woolery seems to think they don’t:
Anyone who conflates the word Conservative with the Republican Party, has no idea what they are talking about.
— Chuck Woolery (@chuckwoolery) March 23, 2018
He brings up a good point. Maybe it’s time for us to admit there aren’t many differences between the two parties. This bill certainly doesn’t line up with conservative values.
Case in point:
If the GOP insist on continuing taxpayer funding of Planned Parenthood ($500m annually) why not skip the omnibus and just hand the check to Cecile Richards? #SoManyLambos
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) March 22, 2018
Spending bills like this one fund programs and organizations most conservatives fundamentally oppose. Abortions are covered. So are sanctuary cities.
Meanwhile, we still don’t have a wall.
IT'S 3-D CHESS! (There's never going to be a wall.)
— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) March 23, 2018
Yeah, that’s the same Ann Coulter who wrote In Trump We Trust. Even a MAGA person like herself has limits when it comes to supporting the Donald and Republicans. She likely feel just as betrayed as the rest of us. Read OPINION: Can We Finally Admit it? Trump is Betraying Us.
If there’s any good to come out of this kerfuffle, it’s the proof of conservatives not blindly following their so-called “allies” in power. When Trump and the Republicans screw the pooch, we have no problem calling them out for being a bunch of unprincipled douchelords.