Dear Speaker Boehner:
There is nothing I’d like better than to keep the United States House of Representatives in *conservative* hands.
Regarding that issue, we wholeheartedly agree.
In that spirit, could you kindly resign your tenure as Speaker of the House?
Under your leadership, Obamacare is still the law of the land. Those responsible for allowing four Americans to be murdered in Benghazi are yet to be held accountable. The Constitutional abuses of the IRS scandal, the “Fast & Furious” federal gun-running scandal, and NSA scandals continue to go un-investigated, and Obama continues to be held unaccountable. Under your ‘leadership,’ the Republicans in the House of Representatives have done nothing to hold the Obama administration accountable for their overreach and malfeasance and assaults on our Constitutional liberties. You supposedly practiced brinkmanship when Obama forced a government shutdown, but then acted like you owned it, and ran with your tail between your legs. It’s been “go along to get along” ever since.
And now you want to cave and give special treatment to those scofflaws who ignore our immigration laws.
Your team put up a nice graphic on Facebook today in response to President Obama’s “I have a pen” comment, to which you replied, “We have the Constitution.”
However, as much as you hold up the Constitution and parade it around like a golden calf, you have displayed no real intention of upholding it. As your actions and inaction have clearly demonstrated, to you, the Constitution is nothing more than window-dressing in a photo-op.
Speaker Boehner, you have on many occasions taken a solemn oath and promise to uphold the Constitution.
After taking those solemn oaths, on multiple occasions, you have demonstrated that your promises are as empty as must be your conscience.
If you really believe that the Constitution must be kept in conservative hands, I call upon you to resign your office as Speaker of the House of Representatives.
Whether or not your constituency in the 8th District of Ohio continues to re-elect you to as their representative in Congress is their business.
The office you hold as Speaker, however, is *our* business. You have lost the trust and confidence of those of us in the Republican Party.
You have lost the trust of the nation.
Time for you to resign, Mr. Speaker.