Republican Senators are so radical that they are not only nonsensical but have become traitors to the United States of America. If every other Senator had voted against the compromise legislation to end the shutdown and to raise the debt ceiling, America would be facing a huge economic calamity as well as being responsible for an unnecessary global recession.
The radical right are akin to homegrown ideological terrorists. The leaders call themselves the Tea Party. They stole an event in American history in an attempt to appear to be patriotic, but they are not. One radical, Rand Paul, clings to extreme libertarianism that rejects the order brought by the U.S. Constitution and laws of the land.
The ideologues twist and turn ideas to suit them, to cover for ignoring complex human needs in society and even business and enterprise needs as they are about protecting the wealthiest persons at the expense of most citizens.
It is time for Americans to exercise their voting rights and to eliminate this scourge and attack on American conscience and values. They even tried to co-opt family values while failing to address the needs of millions of families.
They have not laid down the fight even after a brief defeat, so voters must be vigilant to protect themselves and to demand a more responsive and responsible government.
Senators on the government terrorist watch list:
If you are represented by any of these Senators, remember the moment when they would rather have had the nation default and to remain shut down to undermine economic security and national security of the nation.
“Tea Party faves Cruz, Rubio, Paul reject Senate deal
Catalina Camia, USA TODAY10:40 p.m. EDT October 16, 2013
WASHINGTON — Tea Party favorites such as Ted Cruz and Rand Paul stand out in the group of 18 Republicans who voted "no" on the bipartisan Senate deal to reopen the government and temporarily raise the debt limit.
The opponents of the deal are an interesting mix, representing well-known fiscal conservatives, longtime Senate veterans and critics of President Obama's health care law,”