Boehner Responds to Harry Reid’s Attack… “Go F**k Yourself”

On Friday Speaker John Boehner ran into Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid in the White House lobby. Boehner told him to – “Go f**k yourself.”
The Politico reported, via Weekly Standard:

House Speaker John Boehner couldn’t hold back when he spotted Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid in the White House lobby last Friday.

It was only a few days before the nation would go over the fiscal cliff, no bipartisan agreement was in sight, and Reid had just publicly accused Boehner of running a “dictatorship” in the House and caring more about holding onto his gavel than striking a deal.

“Go f— yourself,” Boehner sniped as he pointed his finger at Reid, according to multiple sources present.

Reid, a bit startled, replied: “What are you talking about?”

Boehner repeated: “Go f— yourself.”

The harsh exchange just a few steps from the Oval Office — which Boehner later bragged about to fellow Republicans — was only one episode in nearly two months of high-stakes negotiations laced with distrust, miscommunication, false starts and yelling matches as Washington struggled to ward off $500 billion in tax hikes and spending cuts.

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  • ALL_IS_LOST

    If you ever wondered what a man without balls says to his tormentor you can read it here.

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  • lincoln’s widow

    Boner drunk again.

  • gsrider

    Stupid republicans. You cave in and Obama still blames you for his economy. How do you feel now, idiots? You should’ve said go F yourself, let it burn and walk away.

  • Misty McGinnis

    We need to support Mr. Boehner in these difficult times. The worst thing that could happen is losing him as speaker and being replaced by a Conservative who can’t/won’t negotiate with the president. Cooperation and compromise is our only hope.

  • saveus

    Too bad B can’t accomplish anything other than speak to Reid in a way that is well deserved.

  • Marsh626

    No, f*ck you. You voted for it, you moron.

  • snewsom2997

    The weeper of the house can do the exact same thing.

  • jainphx

    Oh my when are we going to wake up. In private these two drank a toast, and in public they fight. Last minute deal again so nothing can be done about it. the theatrics would be funny if they weren’t so devastating to every day life. Watch all the working liberals (if there are any) heads explode when they see their pay checks. You only get what you vote for, but I guess they will never learn.

  • Political Theater.

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  • jainphx

    Misty==== You are a fool or a troll.

  • bigL

    Sounds like kabuki and distaction to me

  • Gary Ogletree

    The sorry bastard bragged about it. After kneeling and kissing the ring of Lord Obama.

  • Conservative Ken

    Too little, too damn late Mr. Speaker.

  • dabbo

    That greeting should have been reserved for Barak Obama.

    Harry Reid is beneath contempt and should have just been bitch slapped
    on sight.

    There is no political solution to the inevitable collapse of the dollar and the Republic.
    Prepare for yourselves and your families as best you can.

  • lincoln’s widow

    And the stock market is soaring in reaction to yesterdays overwhelming vote.

  • donh

    More proof Boner is a progressive fascist …He projects onto Reid what he did to himself.

  • Hank

    Yea sure he did.

    Boehner clearly does not have the testicular fortitude to do so.

    Probably broke down in tears over Lord knows what.

  • Sasja

    #12 January 2, 2013 at 8:56 am
    jainphx commented:

    Misty==== You are a fool or a troll.

    There’s a difference?

  • YankbybirthTexanbychoice

    Sarah Palin for Speaker … or Mark Levin … or how about Darrell Issa! Wow, I thin Obammy would crap in his pants. Wouldn’t vote for either Cantor or McCarthy … I think the vote was a set up because the 3 know what’s in store. I don’t think we’ll ever purge the RINOs from the party, so perhaps it is time for a third TEAparty.

  • shadow

    Watch all the working liberals (if there are any) heads explode when they see their pay checks.

    Beyond FICA going back to where it had been for the prior 20 years, what do you expect to see on your pay stub?

  • dnb03

    Anyone in Congress, Republican or Democrat, who really cares about this country and ‘my fellow countrymen’ should begin every speech, every appearance on camera, with a call for transparency on all matters regarding the economy of this country. We the people need to see what’s really going on behind closed doors. They need to start working on the debt ceiling IMMEDIATELY and put all negotiations out for all to see. And the media needs to start screaming for this also.

  • Glad John said that to nasty evil Harry. if I had the chance I would tell him the same thing. He is nasty little man. Hateful Harry.

  • Ripped

    As far as I’m concerned Boehner and Reid can both go FUK THEMSELVES! Both are POS

  • gonedaddygone

    Big talk after the fact, cave and cry.

  • Freddy

    The same blog that pushed for this deal now wants people to believe Boehner is a ‘tough guy’.

    Boehner must be replaced as Speaker.

  • Larry E

    I would think everybody would be sorely tempted to say that to Reid every time they talk to him.

    To see that droopy face and listen to that cadaverous dead-pan voice, expressing the most inane, moronic sentiments — it’s like communicating with Casper the Smarmy Ghost.

  • Sam Stone

    The entire Congress and the President have told the US citizens to “GO F**K YOURSELVES, we will do as we please.”

  • wth

    “What are you talking about?”

    Guess its been a while for old Harry.

  • ALL_IS_LOST

    “Misty McGinnis commented:

    We need to support Mr. Boehner in these difficult times. The worst thing that could happen is losing him as speaker and being replaced by a Conservative who can’t/won’t negotiate with the president. Cooperation and compromise is our only hope.”

    Please tell me I am missing the sarcasm in this…please.

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    …which Boehner later bragged about to fellow Republicans…

    What a dope.

    There were better ways to deal with Reid and his BS. The problem is that Boehner employed none of them.

  • Carlos

    No John, you drooling encephalopathic end stage alcoholic, f—- YOU!

  • Highlander

    #22 January 2, 2013 at 9:28 am
    shadow commented:

    “Beyond FICA going back to where it had been for the prior 20 years, what do you expect to see on your pay stub?”

    Well shadow, the bump in SS withholding will be significant, and it WILL have an impact on the economy in the short term, but you’re right. We were paying it before, so in my opinion, it really doesn’t amount to a “tax increase”, and it disgusts me to see Republicans playing this semantics game with the American people. This is how Democrats usually deceive us … for example, calling a slight reduction in a planned spending increase a “cut”. Calling this return to regular withholding rates a tax increase is deceptive and misleading. Withholding rates should have never been reduced in the first place…

    That being said, I think that in your rush to support your Messiah, you’re missing the
    bigger picture … Let me remind you once again that S**T flows downhill. While you’re correct in pointing out that the true tax increases contained in this bill will not show up directly in anyone’s paycheck, they WILL eventually be paid by every American, even the parasitic losers who think that they will escape it because they pay no income taxes. Every dime of these tax increases will eventually show up in the cost of the goods we buy, in smaller raises, and in dozens of other insidious little ways.

    People like you, who claim to have high IQ’s, but can’t understand how economics work and don’t understand that money is a fluid commodity that will ALWAYS flow toward the people who wield the most power and influence really crack me up. You make your decisions based on emotion and dreams of “fairness” and “equality”, instead of analyzing the realities of life and doing what makes sense. The term “low information voter” has been coined recently to describe people like you, but it is really a misnomer. It should be “low reality thinker” …

  • Vicky Hernandez

    So the fermented Crying Orange Boehner tells the Punch-Drunk Old Boxer Reid to “ef-off.” Big deal! Boehner’s been telling the people who got him into power the same thing since 2010!

    Stupid, establishment RINOs. What the GOP needs is eloquent spokesmen, not bar-room brawlers.

  • GotFreedom

    I’m no fan of Harry Reid’s, I too would have told him to go “f” him self. . .but Boehner needs to go “f” himself after passing this outrageous fiscal cliff deal. Time for a change in leadership; time for Boehner to go NOW!

    CONTACT YOUR REPS AND TELL THEM NOT TO VOTE FOR BOEHNER FOR SPEAKER TOMORROW!

  • GotFreedom

    Why didn’t Boehner (chicken sh!!) tell Barack Hussein Obama to go “f” himself. . .acting like such a tough guy. . .stand up to that punk Obama and tell him to stick it where the sun don’t shine (which, in BHO’s case, he just might enjoy. . .Oh Reggie. . .)

  • Vicky Hernandez

    P.S. & OT: That “nay” vote of Cantor’s was probably a head fake.

    It looks like the RINO establishment is trying to “check” any TEA Party moves: “See? See? Even Cantor voted against it. You can trust us.” Ah, but who is Cantor? Nothing but Boehner’s little buddy.

    Cantor’s no vote was irrelevant since Boehner had all the votes he needed.

    TEA Party beware!

  • Pink Tie Republican

    We will ALL be paying for this through a debased dollar. Ben printing a trillion new ones a year from thin air. That is a tax.

  • Winston Wolfe

    @ lincoln’s widow

    You can take the same advice Boehner gave to Reid.

  • Sandy

    John Boehner found his cahones. Atta boy.

  • Highlander

    Spare us Misty McTroll ….. compromising with tax and spend politicians is what got us in this God-awful mess we’re in. We need people with the courage and backbone to forget about their political careers and their reelection bids and do the right thing for AMERICA. There are difficult choices that have to be made, and caving in to the people who REFUSE to make them is not only pointless, it’s criminal.

  • greenfairie

    Just remember. These idiots wouldn’t be in office if we the people didn’t put them there in the first place. There’s no shame anymore in personal debt or bankruptcy, there’s no shame in going on welfare or collecting food stamps. Then when it’s time to pay the piper, folks blame the credit card company for giving them the plastic in the first place. Why would it matter to these same people if Congress is also running up its Visa bill?

  • shadow

    money is a fluid commodity that will ALWAYS flow toward the people who wield the most power

    Based on that “logic” there is no point in taxing these people at all, since their taxes “will eventually be paid by every American.” So, I guess the only question left is, at what point do you stop taxing people … $1 million, $5 million, $25 million … where?

  • shadow

    Well shadow, the bump in SS withholding will be significant, and it WILL have an impact on the economy in the short term,

    Again, you guys try to have it both ways. It was a failed policy because it had no stimulative effect, but letting it expire is bad, because it will negatively affect the economy.