Obamatrade: Republicrats indistinguishable from Dems

Breitbart’s Big Government exposes U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) as “Pelosi-esque” on fast-tracking and passing Obama’s clandestine trade scheme.  “It’s declassified and made public once it’s agreed to,” Ryan said of Obamatrade in Rules Committee testimony.

Rational Arizona voters, this is where the rubber meets the road. Watch the votes on this deceptive measure and cast your votes accordingly when these go-along-to-get-along colluding phonies come up for reelection. Anyone who supports this measure is not worthy of being returned to congress.

This is how Seeing Red AZ characterized this massive and disreputable power grab which gives Barack Obama irreversible authority since treaties supersede statutes under the U.S. Constitution. Be sure to watch the J.D. Hayworth interview in which Dick Morris exposes the indefensible components of what is being blandly characterized as a Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP). 

Observer News reports that foreign governments are paying former U.S. Senate leaders to sell TPP.  Tom Daschle and Tony Podesta, brother of Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta, been paid handsomely to counsel Japan on U.S. policy. Other nations involved in the treaty have also hired similar high-profile consultants and lobbyists.

All the rest of us have to persuade congress are our voices and our votes.

Regardless of where you live, here is the contact information.

Act now! Time is running out.

13 Responses to Obamatrade: Republicrats indistinguishable from Dems

  1. CD 8 PC says:

    I called the office of Congressman Trent Franks earlier today and was told he hadn’t yet decided how he was going to vote on this measure because it keeps changing. That’s bogus! The bones of it have remained constant. This is Obama’s means of pushing through his open borders and climate change policies, and my supposedly conservative congressman still hasn’t made up his mind????
    I hope everyone reading this will call their own Representatives and see what kind of response you get. Mine was beyond unsatisfactory. In fact, it stunk!!!

    • YR says:

      Ha! Schweikert is no better. They must get the same marching orders from their advisors. Schweikert “hasn’t decided yet.” Hasn’t decided yet? I’ve already decided. If he supports this, I won’t support him. He has no children, but I do. I would like to see them grow up in a country where liberty prevails and we actually have national borders that mean something and Republicans who follow through on their campaign promises. Neither is the case. My wife and I are giving serious consideration to leaving the Republican party and reregistering as PNDs. The McCain led-GOP is run by frauds and fakes who only care about themselves. Why work for that?

  2. Republican Gal says:

    On Breitbart earlier today there was an article on Paul Ryan and someone put a link to the bill. He is lying to us, other who have read the bill, Jeff Sessions comes to mind, still says it is a boondoggle and will allow free trade which is code word for open borders. Please don be fooled by these slicksters.

  3. Conservative Since Birth says:

    Jeff Sessions was on with Mark Levin last night. Sessions is against this madness, and explained why in his Southern-gentlemanly way. Mark Levin, not so softly, said WE SHOULD KILL IT!!

    Watching Paul Ryan on Greta’s show yesterday and on Fox this morning – he looked like a crazed drug addict – wide eyed – talking very very fast trying to sell it like his life depended on it. I wonder exactly what’s behind it when even Conservatives will vote for it.

    Paul Gosar was on a political show Sunday evening and said in plain English when asked if he’d vote for it. He said NO. The only one that I know of who will vote no.

    I called my Congressman’s office in D.C. at 7:00 this morning and said to vote no and why I thought so. I didn’t ask how he would vote. I think I know the answer.

    Boehner, McConnell, Ryan, et al are all for giving Obama yet more power to do things that are secret. I can’t believe what I’m seeing.

  4. East Valley PC says:

    Years ago I never would have thought that I’d hold the opinion that Democrats and Republicans are interchangeable, but John McAmnesty and Jeff the Flake have taught me differently Now it appears this sickness has infected the majority of the congress, both in Arizona and nationally. I will actively work against my congressman if he votes for this Obama supported monstrosity,

  5. Maggie says:

    What would possess any elected Republican to support a suspect bill with long reaching anti-American implications that is being pushed by a lame duck, radically liberal president?

    • Conservative Since Birth says:

      What would possess any elected Republican to support this bill that nobody read, not tell us what they’re voting on and think they can get away with it. Maybe as Karl Rove said back in the good ol’ GWBush days “where they gonna go.” That’s how they think of the voters. Like we live and die for the Grand Old Party.

      It seems that way with some, but more are catching on – slowly but surely. Eric Cantor is gone. McCain and Flake need to pay for their egregious behavior when their time comes.

      Washington, D.C. has become so corrupt, they don’t care what we think.

  6. Conservative Since Birth says:

    Late Breaking News!

    House clears first trade bill, setting stage for Friday showdown
    The House cleared the first piece of the complex package of trade bills Thursday, easily approving preferences for Haiti and African countries in a move President Obama and GOP leaders hoped would pave the way for the bigger votes later this week. (Washington Times)

  7. jon jensen says:

    Fortunetly I sell a service so the tpp won’t put me out of business as these trade deals did to many businessmen who tried to compete against walmart. I know why obama is doing this $$$ when he leaves office and sits on the multi-nationals board of directors :but why would republicans vote to give obama this power for obama trade?

    • Casper says:

      There are two reasons for Republicans to support Obama’s deceptive “trade” bill. Take your pick: Power, money or a combination of both. I’ve come to the uncomfortable realization they are ALL snakes. This bit of deception has put me over the edge. They are still playing games. I trust none of them. We need to stop standing and applauding when any of them enter a room. We created these monsters. They think they can put their heels on our necks and we’ll get over it. i won’t. My days as a PC have ended. I will not run again. What’s the point?