McCain and McConnell can't stand voters so they go on national tv and trash the people we rubes elected to the House of Representatives ('The Peoples' House'):
1/6/12, "Allen West calls McConnell and McCain on the carpet over payroll debacle," The Right Scoop
"Rep. Allen West tells Mark Levin that Sen. Mitch McConnell and Sen. John McCain should come before the House GOP conference and explain why they criticized House Republicans on national TV after pulling the rug out from under them during the payroll debacle in December ." (audio at Right Scoop).
1/6/12, "Allen West: GOP Leadership 'Sold Us Down The Road' With Payroll Tax Cut Deal," Huffington Post
"Rep. Allen West (R-Fla.) on Friday claimed that Republican leadership had sold the party "down the road" by agreeing to a two-month deal to extend the payroll tax cut.
During a radio interview on WMAL's "Morning Majority," West explained that he was "upset" with the outcome of the payroll tax cut fight. He said it came about because of the Senate GOP's quick passage of the "pathetic" short-term package, followed by the refusal of the House GOP leadership
- to hold out for the one-year deal they had originally called for.
West suggested that the move could make for some tense moments when the House returns to work this month.
"When we get back to Washington, D.C., the first House GOP conference, we're gonna have to have some serious discussions about how do we get ourselves on the same sheet of music, because we really felt that our leadership did not stand against the Senate Republican leadership,
- who kinda sold us down the road," he said."...
1/6/12, "LISTEN: GOP Rep. blasts Obama On Defense, Boehner on Leadership for 'Kabuki Dance'," WMAL, John Matthews
"Republican Florida Congressman Allen West had plenty of fire power to blast both his own House leadership and President Obama in a far-ranging interview Friday on the WMAL Morning Majority program....
"We need to have a coherent message as conservatives, as the Republican party, that shows the contrast between this fundamental transformation that President Obama wants to have for America and what we want to do for America," West said in what could be taken as a shot at House Speaker John Boehner.
Just before Christmas, Boehner gave in to the Senate's demand for a two-month extension on a payroll tax cut rather than continue to fight for the House GOP's one-year extension plan. The concession infuriated conservatives in the House, including West.
"We're going to have to have some serious discussions about 'How do we get ourselves on the same sheet of music?' because we really felt that our leadership did not stand against the Senate Republican leadership, who kind of sold us down the river," said West. "Now we have to start this kabuki dance all over again.""...(4th parag. from end)
via Mark Levin Show