“But if the watchman see the sword come, and blow not the trumpet, and the people be not warned;

if the sword come, and take any person from among them, he is taken away in his iniquity;

but his blood will I require at the watchman's hand."

Ezekiel 33:6

"A righteous man falling down before the wicked is as a troubled fountain, and a corrupt spring."

Proverbs 25:26

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REVOLT AMONG REPUBLICANS ON IMMIGRATION BILL: 70 House Members risk careers in planned showdown with House Leadership

This WILL BE the beginning OR the end of a PERMANENT LIBERAL/PROGRESSIVE MAJORITY in The White House, Congress, and eventually the Courts!!! 
Republican House Members Staging Revolt Against Boehner Leadership on Immigration Bill
  • John Boehner has ALREADY made a back room deal with Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, and the Senate's 'Gang of Eight'!!!
  • The Gang of Eight's Immigration Bill WILL pass the Senate.  This bill grants amnesty FIRST, THEN (maybe) border security!
  • Meanwhile in the House, Boehner will jam through a 'Trojan Horse' bill that will feature border security without amnesty in order to gain maximum support / passage.
  • Since the bill will be different than the Senate's bill, they will go to conference, at which point the amnesty will be added to the House's 'Trojan Horse' bill.
  • The Senate will then pass the reconcilled conference bill to be then sent to the House for vote.
  • Lead by Pelosi, the House Democrats will vote for the bill, giving the majority of House votes to Boehner (and Pelosi).
  • After that, it WILL be signed by Obama into law.

Seventy House Republicans are planning a politically risky showdown with Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) to try to force additional debate on an immigration bill they say will mean amnesty for illegal immigrants and have dire consequences for the country.
The 70 members are petitioning for a special Republican conference meeting on the bill, a “highly unusual” move to go head-to-head with the speaker, according to Reps. Michele Bachmann (Minn.), Steve King (Iowa) and Louie Gohmert (Texas), who are serving as spokespersons for the group.
Bachmann, King and Gohmert told TheBlaze the group is invoking the Hastert Rule: requiring support from a majority of the majority to bring a bill forward.
The petition is expected to go to the House leadership on Friday, but it’s possible some signatories might remove their names due to political risk, or that Boehner could head off the challenge by striking a deal. Going against leadership in such a way could have harsh political consequences for the signatories, including retaliation such as permanently getting passed over for chairmanship positions.
A Boehner spokesman did not immediately comment on the letter.
Boehner is on a tight schedule for getting immigration reform passed in the House, predicting this week that Congress could finalize a bill for President Barack Obama’s signature by the end of the year. Any major challenge could ignite pushback from the American public that could force lawmakers to scrap the bill, as happened in the 2007 immigration effort.
The three representatives told TheBlaze that more than half of the Republicans in the House were elected after 2007, and have no concept of how strongly the public opposed the bill.
In an interview with World Net Daily this week, Bachmann predicted that if the immigration bill becomes law, “the whole political system will change.”
“This is President Obama’s number one political agenda item because he knows we will never again have a Republican president, ever, if amnesty goes into effect. We will perpetually have a progressive, liberal president, probably a Democrat, and we will probably see the House of Representatives go into Democrat hands and the Senate will stay in Democrat hands,” Bachmann said.
She also said that if it passes, the bill will create a permanent progressive class.
“That’s what’s at risk right now. It may sound melodramatic, I don’t mean it that way, but this is that big and that important,” Bachmann said.





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