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“Electile Dysfunction” in Ohio’s 8th Congressional District

April 16, 2014
By
Speaker-De-La-Casa

Electile Dysfunction (ED) or political impotence is characterized by a politician’s inability or unwillingness to do the job he was elected to do, and is usually the result of being in Washington D.C. far too long. While this condition is reaching epidemic proportions in both political parties, there are certain congressional districts who need who need the cure that can only come from electing Constitution-loving Conservatives. In Ohio’s 8th Congressional District—currently “represented” by the inaugural member of the G.O.P. Hall of Shame, John Boehner —the cure for ED might just be found in the person of J. D. Winteregg, as this entertaining video shows:   If…

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Conservative Comedy 4/11/14

April 11, 2014
By
Byte-The-Bullet

It’s time for some Conservative Comedy at the Strident Conservative. As I do every Friday, I bring you some of the best Conservative political satire on the internet, sure to provide a good laugh to begin your weekend. Attorney General Eric Holder, speaking before the House of Representatives, proposed the implementation of “common sense” gun reforms like the Rube Goldberg nightmare in today’s cartoon. Seriously, when some screaming maniac chainsaws his way into your house on a dark and stormy night and is shredding the closet door behind which your terrified family is huddling, do you want your gun disabled…

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It’s Easter! Time for jihad!

April 10, 2014
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churchsign

The Strident Conservative, along with many others, took a lot of heat in 2012 for a story about Rick Warren’s embrace of Chrislam theology as a means to reach out to the Muslim community. Specifically, there were indications at the time that Warren had embraced the belief that Christians and Muslims worshipped the same god. While he later denied it—questionably in my opinion—it brought national attention to a growing trend of this theologically incorrect movement. Now comes a recent story in the Columbus Dispatch, where Rev. Deborah Lindsay of the First Community Church in Marble Cliff, Ohio is interviewed for her work in “blending” Christianity and Islam,…

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Eric Cantor enshrined in the G.O.P. Hall of Shame

April 2, 2014
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Representative Paul Ryan receives the news of his G.O.P. Hall of Shame induction

In 2010, the TEA Party and other Conservative groups swept 63 Republicans in to office, giving them the majority they had lost in 2006. As the pundits would later declare, this amazing result came about as a response by millions of Americans who felt that Washington–particularly Democrats—had lost touch with the electorate. In addition, they held a conviction that government was too big. It spent too much, taxed too much, regulated too much, and was slowly taking away the liberty of everyday Americans, culminating with the passage of Obamacare in 2009. With this as a backdrop, Eric Cantor was promoted from House Minority Whip…

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Harry Reid thinks I’m too stupid to understand the internet

March 26, 2014
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Harry Reid thinks I’m too stupid to understand the internet

I’ve been pretty proud of how The Strident Conservative has grown since I founded it in 2009. Thanks to the support from a myriad of readers, it has become one of the internet’s best sources for Conservative opinion and satire. At least, that’s what I used to think. In a statement released today regarding the administration’s decision to delay the March 31 Obamacare enrollment deadline, Harry Reid—who has developed a reputation for making stupid statements—attempted to provide cover for the White House with this explanation:  “We have hundreds of thousands of people who tried to sign up who didn’t get through,” he…

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