NSA Spying and French Republicans – Any Connection?
What’s a “French Republican?”
“French Republicans” is a term coined recently to describe Republicans who appear to act like Democrats.
These conflicted individuals are also referred to as “Establishment,” “Republican in Name Only” (RINO), and “Country-Club Republicans.”
Speaker of the House Boehner is one example of this group; elected to oppose ObamaCare, yet seemingly unwilling to support the de-funding of ObamaCare. He seems to have abandoned Republican values in favor of playing golf with President Obama.
There has recently been a rash of such abandonment of conservative values among Republicans, resulting in a serious split in the Republican party. A split so serious that many serious conservatives are considering abandoning the Republican party altogether, and are considering extreme measures such as U.S. citizens overriding their Senate and their Congress, using Article V of the US Constitution. (Details at Political Puzzle Pieces Falling into Place.)
Motivations of “French Republicans”
Some imply that “French Republicans” fail to fight for conservative values because they don’t want to risk their comfortable, elegant, luxurious, “French” Washington positions and lifestyles.
The name “French Republican” could also refer to the relative failure of the French Revolution, which failed to achieve its goals and at times degenerated into a chaotic bloodbath. The French Revolution quickly gave way to the rule of Napoleon Bonaparte, and new despots replaced old despots. So the term could also refer to the disastrous strategy of continual compromise that is now being used by “French Republicans.”
Possible New Motivation
Today, the Wall Street Journal revealed a much broader National Security Agency (NSA) Surveillance Reach than previously acknowledged.
This recent climate of government scandal,which has exposed the extent of government spying on innocent US citizens without warrant, combined with the Obama administration’s growing reputation for the use of intimidation and “Chicago tactics,” now makes it reasonable to wonder whether there could be a connection between NSA spying and “French Republicans.”
In other words, we wonder whether “French Republicans” could be acting “French” not because they want a spoiled lifestyle, nor because they fail to recognize that continual compromise is a bad policy, but because they or their families are being blackmailed and/or threatened by a corrupt Obama administration.