Representative Jim Jordan Explains GOPe Reforms Needed Before The Next Speaker…

The GOPe DC apparatchik (writ large) are all-in with their demands to support Representative Paul Ryan as the next Speaker of the House (SoH).

Freedom Caucus Chairman Jim Jordan appeared on Fox News Sunday to outline what the problems are, and it has less to do with Paul Ryan “the Speaker” – and more to do with removing the GOPe stranglehold; ie. the GOPe demand on the apparatus of power.

Jim Jordan articulates the problem. The essence of the problem is what the media and GOPe want to hide.

Within those rules Jordan is describing you find out why so many of the House of Representatives are frustrated with a UniParty leadership team that demands compliance to a regime interest that remains antithetical to the desires of the electorate who sent them there.

The GOPe leadership (Boehner, McCarthy, McConnell, Cornyn) are beholden to Wall Street, The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and K-Street, they refuse to be beholden to the will of the electorate.

This UniParty alliance where Progressive Republicans and Progressive Democrats are sympatico with a Progressive White House is the root cause of the problem. See the Trade Authority Usurpation as one easily identifiable example; see the lack of a federal budget for fiscal year 2016 as yet another.

Finally, after years of frustration, and especially in the face of “the-Senate-is-blocking-us-excuse” being removed (because Republicans took control of the Senate), the internal result was a coalition who said “enough”, this is ridiculous.

It makes no sense, for them or for us, to replace Speaker Boehner with yet another GOPe progressive speaker who is intent on delivering/maintaining the same progressive Big-Government constructs.


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58 Responses to Representative Jim Jordan Explains GOPe Reforms Needed Before The Next Speaker…

  1. Dixie says:

    This interview with Chris Wallace and Newt Gingrich followed the one with Jim Jordan. I posted this on the open thread before this thread appeared, but this is the better place to post it.

    Liked by 2 people

    • jackphatz says:

      Newt gets it, he knows it the people not the party changing.


      • Dixie says:

        Wish he would consider speaker of the house…..again. He has the knowledge and experience. Although Chris Wallace said Gingrich centralized power to begin with….Gingrich countered that but I wasn’t paying as much attention back then as I am now so I don’t really know. That was my mistake, but we all make mistakes…’s clearer now than ever before.

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        • jackphatz says:

          We are much smarter now, he couldn’t get away with it.
          I like Newt, I could listen to him all day. (His knowledge of history)

          Liked by 1 person

        • auscitizenmom says:

          I really disliked Newt back then, but I can’t remember why now. 🙄


          • 2x4x8 says:

            some ground work, there was divided support among Republicans back then for South Africa’s White’s Only Gov and Apartheid, back then Commies influenced some of that Black Nationalism, you may remember prosperous Rhodesia turned into Mugabe’s poverty and corruption Zimbabwe

            so most “conservative” groups like John Birch Society were opposed to “change”, Newt sat down with the establishment and pledged his support to dismantle Apartheid, so the Washington Post and other MSM outlets gave him widespread coverage and helped him get the Speakership

            hope that helps, gotta run, can converse latter


  2. stringy theory says:

    One can only hope the GOPe will get Jordan’s message, but I doubt it. Personally, I find Ryan to be more of the same GOPe and don’t see why the Freedom Caucus should go for that.

    Liked by 4 people

  3. justfactsplz says:

    The Freedom Caucus should be matter than a wet hen that a vote wasn’t taken even if McCarthy quit the race. It shows they must have their GOPe speaker at any cost. This is a travesty.

    Liked by 1 person

  4. ScruffyLeon says:

    Trey Gowdy is more to my liking.Enough of these Democrats in Republican clothing. I don’t understand how Cornyn keeps geting re-elected.

    Liked by 1 person

  5. lovely says:

    Ughh… I watched Ryan as conservative Representative morph into a GOPe VP candidate, then I watched post VP candidate/representative Ryan betray the very people who put him in power.

    Paul serves the machine.

    Kudos to Jim Jordan for refusing to capitulate to Chris’ demand that the Freedom Caucus would carte blanche support Paul Ryan as Speaker of the House.

    Piss off Chris.

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  6. chili palmer says:

    Boehner and lobbyist favorite from Tennessee, Rep. Stephen Fincher, exemplifies embarrassing GOP Estab. Fincher works hard to get cash for cronies like Haley Barbour and the Ex Im Bank, then uses Christianity as justification for cutting food stamps, says Christians shouldn’t steal: 10/2/15, “Congressman Stephen Fincher: From Tea Partier to corporate welfare champion,” Washington Examiner, Tim Carney. Fincher was first elected in Nov. 2010.

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  7. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

    The GOPe has the House and the Senate only because of the Tea Party (conservatives) and that is dispute their working against us. But what really gets us is that after putting them in power they will not even give us a seat at the table. Unless that changes it’s going to be hard to come up with a Speaker of the House and that is what Representative Jim Jordan, from Ohio, is telling them.

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  8. Chris Wallace totally discounts what he calls the “HELL NO” congressmen. Jim Jordan has to remind him that those congressmen work for THE PEOPLE. Chris almost was taken aback from that fact as though it was a foreign comment out of thin air.

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    • janc1955 says:

      It really is stunning (not to mention infuriating) to watch Wallace et al truly not seem to GET what Jordan kept repeating — the job at hand is to do the work of the PEOPLE. It’s like they’ve all forgotten or never knew how politicians get elected and what they’re supposed to do once that happens. It’s as though DC operates in a vacuum, and nothing outside of there even exists. WTH?

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  9. sundance says:

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  10. fred says:

    Please ask why they continue to import millions of illegals who collect welfare and have pretty much a free life. Yet Those of us who worked all our lives won’t get even a little increase in our social security. How can that be and what type of politicians would allow the elderly who worked forever get no raise of any kind.This is so hard to believe… Time for a major revolt on all of them. A Syrian can claim assylum and get the equivalent of 35K per year yet many on SS make only 12 to 16K per year. Time for the rope………I bet Ryan had something to do with this……..

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  11. beaujest says:

    Hewitt is a weasel !


  12. Ellen Reid says:

    Heck, they are trying to take our medicare away and cut the heck out of social security, get us in a war with Russia (or somebody) and take away our voice in congress. There needs to be a politician hanging from every lamp post on Constitution Avenue…..


  13. optingout says:

    This really is, at heart, a tempest in a teapot. This only matters to those who believe we can vote our way out of this (and by extension, voted our way into this). Year after year, election after election, and people debate furiously as if one branch of the single ruling party will truly change anything. Even Trump – yes, he’s an “outsider,” and a buffoon, and an egotist, and he actually might do his best to do what he says he will – cannot change what is coming. In the end, barring the deportation of 4 decades’ worth of third world aliens and anchor babies, nothing will change. Barely 50% of American schoolchildren are White. Demography is destiny.

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    • Deb says:

      But the Elite have to keep up appearances, and the harder we make that, the more we can throw monkey wrenches into their well laid plans, the better our chances of eventually winning. We need to be strategizing and fighting them on multiple fronts, and as long as they still claim to value democracy, the elections will be one of those fronts.


    • peachteachr says:

      Are you including home-schooled and children in private schools in your barely 50% number?


  14. Backspin says:

    At the 1:55 min.mark he says ” The people feel BETRAYED “. Rightly so. We have NO Representation. It follows then that the Congress is no longer legitimate.

    Liked by 3 people

    • kallibella says:

      “Betrayed” is right! They asked us for majorities in both chambers and we gave it to them only to have them join in with Oevil’s agenda. However, I am grateful for the freedom caucus and their mounted effort to clean house. If it were not for the FC exposing their conniving ways, we probably would be stuck with Boehner.


  15. Habanero says:

    Jim Jordan is a great guy, one of the greatest wrestlers in American history. He is someone who truly understands things like discipline, responsibility, and personal achievement, unlike Paul Ryan of the “sub-3 hour marathon.” Incidentally, it was Hugh Hewitt to whom Ryan had originally spoken that total prevarication!

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  16. Meyer says:

    NumbersUSA has a great tool to check Reps & Senators record on immigration.


  17. Celia says:

    Cronyn got elected by splitting the vote.
    More of the GOPe corrupt tactics.


  18. PatriotKate says:

    Why not Marsha Blackburn? She’s the most conservative woman in Congress, greatly respected, good communicator. What do you think? Good article over a Breitbart


  19. Ellie says:

    What an apparent racket they have going on down there…DC is nothing but a den of corruption.


  20. Batman says:

    Draft Mark Meadows for Speaker on Facebook!


  21. dizzymissl says:

    Does anyone know what was he talking about on the steering committee that the speaker gets five votes?


  22. yohio says:

    Amazing to me the msm and rinos act like these representatives following what their constituents want are deplorable for doing the right thing. On the other hand these caucus members acting like doing the right thing is the hardest thing they have ever done is also ridiculous. Hard is losing someone, dealing with and illness, a sick child, making a life or death decision, sending someone off to war, making a decision to go to war.Deciding to do your job and what your elected to do shouldn’t and isn’t a hard decision at all to make!


  23. Millwright says:

    Now I see why SC Rep. Trey Gowdy didn’t want any part of that gavel !


  24. Melania for 1st Lady says:

    Who should be the next Speaker of the House?

    ANN COULTER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    TRUMP 2016. Deal with it.


  25. tappin52 says:

    I had no idea that a committee chairman had five votes. There is corruption all the way through the process. Jim Jordan told Chris Wallace about the problems that have to be addressed and all Wallace wanted was to badger him about Paul Ryan and how insignificant the Freedom Caucus is.


    • Backspin says:

      The Freedom Caucus IS the Tea Party. Tea Party bad- bad – bad ….. so media try to change the name , as if the Tea Party went away. ( They Wish )
      More misdirection from would be magicians.


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