Public Advocate's Eugene Delgaudio Told 500,000: Boehner "Not Trustworthy" Prior to Betrayal
Public Advocate's Eugene Delgaudio Told 500,000: Boehner Not Trustworthy Prior to Betrayal
Days Before Speaker John Boehner knifed conservatives over the current budget spending deal with liberals in control of Washington, Public Advocate president Eugene Delgaudio wrote 500,000 supporters these prophetic words:
"You see, House Speaker John Boehner could bring up the House version (H.R. 1755) (of the Gay Bill of Rights) at any time.
And based on his history of betraying conservatives and pro-Family Americans, that's a thought that sends shivers down my spine.
When the heat is really on, Boehner breaks his word and gives Obama virtually everything he wants.
That's why Public Advocate has launched an Emergency Battleground Action Initiative designed to hold John Boehner and the House Republican Leadership's feet to the fire for as long as it takes."
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