Peter King keeps up attack on ‘delusional’ conservatives

by Jesse Byrnes | The Hill
March 1, 2015


Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.) on Sunday did not let up in criticizing House Republicans who voted against bills to fund the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) since they don’t touch President Obama’s executive action on immigration.

“There’s an element within our party – there’s a wing within the Congress – which is absolutely irresponsible. They have no concept of reality,” King said on ABC’s “The Week.”

“For these people to be threatening to defund the Department of Homeland Security at a time when our threat streams have never been greater at any time since 9/11, it’s absolutely irresponsible,” said King, the former chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee.

59 Comments - what are your thoughts?

  • James Robert Joseph Cochrane says:

    Rep King is a phony, he knows that 83% of DHS are deemed essential and would continue to work. He also knows that McConnell
    could not get the DHS funding bill through because the Dems filibustered it. He should have pulled a Harry Reid and did the Nuclear option and brought it up for a vote filibuster free then see what the 9 democratic senators who said they disagreed with Obama would do. WE knew that cowards like King would cave and not represent us as they promised. Lets see him attack the dems as fiercely as he attacks his fellow republicans. Its time for King to go.

  • Melveta says:

    He has been delusional for quite some time…clear back to the shut down over a year ago…When Ted Cruz did the 22 hour filibuster and Obama closed the WWII Memorial etc…in Washington…just before the WWII Vets arrived….I watched Peter Kings snakey roving eyes at a breakfast the next morning and his quiet talk…..HE WAS STABBING PEOPLE IN THE BACK THEN… He is No good….

  • paintinc56 says:

    The funny thing is that 60% of Americans do NOT want this amnesty despite nonstop propaganda & white guilt manipulation from the leftist media. This senile, uber rich off the backs of middle class taxpayers, corrupt, arrogant, elitist P O S is the delusional one.

  • James in Texas says:

    Mr. King is just what he is, another Obama Buttlick from New York. For him it is “What’s in it for Me”! Yesterday on his radio show Mr. Limbaugh stated that the problem with the GOP is they have no “Principles to stand for” and no plans for the future and freedom. We gave them the majority in the House and the Senate, and they just apoligized to Obama and gave it back, Period! We are very nearly a “One-Party Country”, just like China, Russia, Cuba………………

  • Ralph Long says:

    So,sure looks King must need all of his anti-psychotic meds adjusted!

  • paintinc56 says:

    So upholding the LAW is irresponsible, is this leftist pile of steaming —- on crack? Who the hell do these arrogant, uber rich off of ra ping the taxpayers, elitist morons think they are? 3 top GOP billionaire donors have said they will pull funding if they don’t get amnesty & Jeb Bush as the GOP presidential candidate, gee, I wonder if THAT has something to do with this criminal’s attitude.
    This RICH P O S will never live with the consequences of flooding our country with ILLEGAL criminals. His wife won’t get ra ped & mur dered going to Walmart, his kids won’t get beaten up by the spawn of racist illegals, his son won’t be killed by an illegal driving drunk, his nephew will not have to compete with illegals for a job & half of HIS paycheck will not go to entitlement sucking ILLEGALS. Vote these career criminals out of office!

  • Bobby says:

    King is a New York super-liberal hiding behind his GOP mask. Just look at the State of NY and NY City in particular. King has some ownership of that liberal mess. While I do not hold any elected office I am a person who believes in the message of the founding father’s known as the Constitution. King is for big government and all that it entails, much like the democratic party. The folks of NY should retire, (fire), the old, out of touch RINO but we know how that sad story ends. He will be there forever helping the Dem’s and RINO’s continue to destroy our country.

  • W. Coyote says:

    Rep. King’s choice of words may not be the best, but the essence of what he said is right. King has strong opinions, but he is a statesman who is interested in governing. There are some Republicans who represent districts which are so gerrymandered that they don’t have to worry about the consequences of their actions.

    1. Kenyan Mocker says:

      King responds to his fear of losing his job after the DemoCrap controlled legislature redistricted.

      1. W. Coyote says:

        Kenyan Mocker-j Thank you for your reply. I tried to understand what you are trying to say, but I have no idea what “DemoCrap” is.

        1. Peatro Giorgio says:

          I understood him. Demo- rats demo- crap. It all adds up to the party of shit heads. Dead from the neck up, Dumb, as a brick The party of Lies an more lies. I thought he made his point quite well.

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          1. W. Coyote says:

            Peatro- Thank you for your reply. Also, thanks for your attempt at explaining. Unfortunately, your explanation was not very clear either. There does seems to a lot of anger in your comment- just not sure what you are angry about.

          2. Peatro Giorgio says:

            No anger just! Just Directing some strong sarcasm toward the Party of turds. Otherwise Known as Demo-Rats without using some rather truly profane Language. Thats all there was to it. After all if the Demo-rats are able to Tag Fiscal conservative, libertarian leaning Tea-party conservatives with Grandma killers, Racist bigots and Hate mongers. Which in fact does not reflect one iota, Of the tea-party reality, Then Whos to say I am not to tag them as I see The demo-rats. Have you not noticed how they scurry around, slithering around hiding in the dark, pretending to protect and serve the people.

          3. W. Coyote says:

            OK, tea-party, I understand. The rest of your reply is confusing. “scurry around?” “slithering around hiding in the dark?” Not sure what that’s about, especially what it has to do with Peter King’s comments.

          4. Peatro Giorgio says:

            It certainly is easy to understand how one could be confused. If the individual is one of those who hides in the dark. As for how those comments pertain to the Rino Peter piper the pecker eater Pete King . Simple he is no more a Republican then Barack homo Obama is a Christian.

          5. W. Coyote says:

            Do you and your family go way back in the Republican Party?

          6. Peatro Giorgio says:

            As a matter of Fact Yes As far back as when they immigrated to this country. That was in the early 1800rds and the early 1900 rds. It wasn’t until ten years ago that the majority of us chose as I: To become Independents. Up till then we were and had always been reliable republicain only voters. Just this year alone several extended family members chose to follow our paths and become Independents. That seems to be the trend with both family and friends. The only blame is left to the neocons, otherwise known as the rino Establishment.

          7. W. Coyote says:

            Thank you for your thoughtful and interesting story.
            Forgive me if this is too nosy, but your name sounds Italian to me. Is that right? I don’t get out of the country very often, but my last trip was to Italy. I really liked it, but I felt like I only scratched the surface. I would like to return for another visit sometime.

          8. Peatro Giorgio says:

            Well I on the other hand I have been back to my Grandparents. Land of origin. If not for our relative s who reside there I found nothing of interest. That same thought remains with me, in regards to all of Europe. Freedom they haven’t a clue as to its true meaning. Yes the name is of Italian origin in fact I am able to trace back or family 789 years. In Italy alone.

          9. W. Coyote says:

            Thanks again for your explanation. I don’t think I would want to live in Italy either. I know they have had many years of political dysfunction. I became interested in the sophisticated architecture of the ancient Romans and wanted to see it up close. It does seem like the modern Italians know how to enjoy life, though.

          10. Peatro Giorgio says:

            Yes They certainly know how to make good use of the Rare items they have a hand. They are not wasteful people. Much like . They way I grew up we learned to utilize what ever the land could produce. If not for our selves for the livestock we raised. We grew or own Fruits An vegetables, made our own wine cured our own hams, Sausages, our own Salami ‘ s Suporassatta, dry cured, our own spices. Milk our own Cows goats an sheep took the wool from the sheep . From the milk we made cheese an butter. Each animal provide much more then meat. The same Practice ‘ s My Grandparents an great grandparents grew up with is that which one find s now in the small villas an villages of Italy
            Like most born of Latin decent they do know well how to enjoy the little things. Which make life all the more sweeter.

          11. W. Coyote says:

            Well said. I noticed that almost nobody had a green lawn on their property. Instead they had gardens, fruit trees, lemon trees etc.

          12. paintinc56 says:

            What are YOU angry about, brainless leftist troll, that you have to crawl around trolling on a conservative site? Best crawl back to big daddy Soros & get on your knees.

        2. Kenyan Mocker says:

          +Peatro Giorgio has it correct.
          It’s kind of a nice way to call liberals s**t heads.

          1. W. Coyote says:

            Are you opposed to individual rights and liberties? If so, why?

          2. paintinc56 says:

            Individual rights, seriously boy troll, toddle back to your massah Soros, he is due for his B J.

          3. Kenyan Mocker says:

            Actually I would never limit rights for thinking people. However the DemoCraps seem to have lost the ability to think. Just look at how they support Obama who constantly abuses his position.

          4. W. Coyote says:

            “…constantly abuses his position”. What “abuses” are you talking about?

          5. Kenyan Mocker says:

            Now you are confusing me.
            Are you feigning or admitting your stupidity?

          6. W. Coyote says:

            Neither. You talked about abuses. What’s your evidence?

          7. Kenyan Mocker says:

            I’ll dance in the streets when he bounces like Saddam.
            How about you?
            Have you been hiding in a cave?
            Don’t waste my time if you haven’t seen them. Then I guess I’ll be right by default.

          8. W. Coyote says:

            Wow. That’s strong stuff. I can tell you feel very strongly about this and your mind is made up.
            I strive to keep an open mind about all issues. You claim there has been an abuse of power. If you can make a case for that statement based on logic and concrete evidence, I’ll be happy to carefully consider what you have to say and reassess my thinking. Until then, I remain skeptical.

          9. Kenyan Mocker says:

            I smell your desperation and feel sorry for you.
            If you had an open mind you’d never have supported Obama to begin with, so don’t start with the show me routine.
            You’ve lost, accept it.
            Why ask me to do what you are too lazy to do or have done?

          10. W. Coyote says:

            There’s no desperation and you have no need to feel sorry for me.
            I am not an Obama “disciple”. I haven’t agreed with everything he has said or done. You are the one who said Obama “abuses his position”. But you seem unwilling or unable to back up this claim with facts. If can do that, I would sure like to know about these abuses. Insults directed at me (or President Obama) prove nothing.

          11. Kenyan Mocker says:

            Here’s a list for you to start on.
            Tell me which of these, with documentation, that he hasn’t been abusive with.
            VA
            NSA
            IRS
            Benghazi
            Tapping phones of reporters
            Tapping phones of world leaders
            Fast & Furious
            Immigration
            Deaths resulting from failure to enforce immigration

            Please be through so I don’t have to school you on how you failed.

          12. W. Coyote says:

            OK. Now we’re getting somewhere. Of course, simply listing a group of grievances, proves nothing, but I’ll take the bait. Your list is too long for me to respond to all of them, so I’ll focus on two:
            NSA- This whole issue got started after 9/11. The Bush Administration chose to ignore Richard Clarke’s pleas for a meeting to discuss an imminent attack. (Richard Clarke was not the only one who knew something would happen). After 9/11, they were understandably desperate to prevent another attack ,but they overcompensated by creating the Patriot Act which gave the Administration the justification to tap your phone without a warrant. (The name “Patriot” Act was designed to warn you that opposition to this power would brand you as unpatriotic). Then Senator Obama was critical of this aspect of the Patriot Act , but after he became president I assume the reality of going after Al-Qaeda phone calls made him re-think this position. Lord knows, he would have been criticized if there was another attack that could have been prevented through wiretaps. I think the NSA has gotten out of control but I realize there is a tricky balancing act between security and safety.
            I refer you to
            Fast and Furious

          13. Kenyan Mocker says:

            My list is too long.
            Golly gee. So you cherry pick.
            My charge stands.
            I win, you lose.
            End of story.

          14. W. Coyote says:

            I’m not sure what you think you’ve won. You have made claims against Obama, but have not backed any of them up. In a court of law, the judge would have thrown out your case due to lack of evidence. It’s up to the prosecution to bring facts and concrete evidence in order to convict.
            I chose two examples. I could easily have discussed any of the other items on your list- just didn’t have time.

          15. Kenyan Mocker says:

            I don’t need to back up a thing. The evidence is common knowledge that is why I challenged you to show me I was wrong.
            Again, you’ve lost.
            Now tell us why Obama has NOT openly fired and brought charges for those that let our Vets die.

          16. W. Coyote says:

            This may be a complete waste of time, but here goes:
            You are probably too young to remember Ronald Reagan. I am not. Ronald Reagan was guilty of impeachable crimes and was clearly abusing presidential power.
            Despite his tough talk about “never negotiating with terrorists”, he negotiated with terrorists. He approved a plan to steal TOW missiles from the Gadsen Army Depot in Alabama. These missiles were laundered through Israel and then sold to Iran, which was(an remains) an enemy state. This was despite “Operation Staunch”- official US policy which prevented any arms sales to Iran. The profits were then diverted to fund a private war in Nicaragua, which was explicitly outlawed by the Boland Amendment.
            The whole operation was done completely in secret- no consultation with Congress, no executive order.
            Richard Nixon, who also abused presidential power, caused his own downfall, not because of the Watergate break-in, but because of the cover up which was created after the fact. Reagan’s handlers were smarter than that. Oliver North, in his testimony before Congress explained the policy of “plausible deniability”. This was part of the design from the beginning- no written notes, nothing on the record that could be traced to Reagan. Caspar Weinberger, Sec’y of Defense, was worried that “we’ll all go to prison for this”, but the “plausible deniability worked and allowed Reagan to simply say “I forgot” when asked about crucial meetings.
            So, he was clearly impeachable. He also gave “aid and comfort” to an enemy which is the definition of treason.
            I think the Democrats in Congress chose not press charges against him simply because he was an old man by that time and they didn’t want to put the country through the impeachment process.
            I think your “common knowledge” is a fig newton of your imagination. I have lost nothing but a little time.
            Let’s suppose that your neighbor, Mr. Brown, accused you of killing his dog. You, being the nice person that you are, would never do such a horrible thing, but Mr. Brown brings charges against you. In court, Mr. Brown’s lawyer says “Mr. Mocker killed the dog because he is dog killer and it is obvious that he did it”. If that’s all he presents, then the judge would dismiss all charges for lack of evidence.
            Of course you don’t need to back up a thing. You can continue to claim victory and give yourself high fives. But you’ve proven nothing. That might work for Rush or Sean, but not for anyone with critical thinking skills.

          17. Kenyan Mocker says:

            So here we go again. My guy is innocent or should not be charged because “your guy” did bad stuff.
            Grow Up, if you can.

          18. W. Coyote says:

            I was trying to show you the way proof of “abuse of powers” works. With solid evidence. Since you have been unwilling or unable to offer any proof against President Obama, it may be time for you to drop your case.

          19. Kenyan Mocker says:

            Are you just trying to show you’re a special kind of stupid. The proof is out there you just want to start a stupid banter.

          20. W. Coyote says:

            “So here we go again” (to quote you) with the insults. If the proof is out there, it shouldn’t very hard for you to find it and quote it.
            You know, it did figure one thing out about your user name. The “Mocker” part was fairly easy. It’s short for mockingbird. Since you have no original thoughts, you just repeat what you’ve heard, like the mockingbird.
            Since you are Kenyan, I was puzzling over why you would be so hard on the son of one of your fellow countrymen. Then I realized it’s probably a tribal thing. I looked it up and sure enough there are a number of different tribes in Kenya. President Obama’s father was a member of the Luo tribe, which is one of the smaller ones. I’m guessing you are Masai. It’s the largest one and I’m also guessing they look down on the Luo people. Am I close to the truth here?
            I can tell from the way you write that English is not your first language, but I know African students here work very hard and you’ve done a good job in learning English.
            As far as that smell you talked about a couple of days ago, it may be time for you to change your undies. Or it may be time to get out the plunger and go to work on the toilet you use down there in your grandmother’s basement where you live.

          21. W. Coyote says:

            Part 2- (Sorry but Disqus cut me off the previous comment)
            Fast and Furious- This was a program to stop gun trafficking that started during the Bush Administration. I do not hold George W. Bush personally responsible for this. I think it changed names a couple of times before it became Fast and Furious. In hindsight, the whole thing seems terribly misguided and of course it ended in tragedy. But the root cause was an underfunded department (ATF) with limited resources to fight a growing problem. When you couple that with very lax laws in Arizona regarding gun purchases, something bad was bound to happen. I tried to copy and paste an article for you to read, but my computer skills are lacking. You should be able to find it though- Fortune Magazine “The Truth About Fast and Furious”
            Also, regarding NSA, you might want to check
            “How Congress and the Patriot Act legalized the NSA’s phone data collection” on something called Motherboard.

          22. Kenyan Mocker says:

            Bush shut down his operation knowing it would not achieve the results desired. Obama opened a new program with the intent to arm drug cartels and show why we needed to ban guns.
            Nice try, but epic fail.

          23. muthamedia says:

            You are so confused. The Bush operation was in co operation with the Mexican government and it was “Operation Wide Receiver”. Fast ‘Furious got our border agent killed – that is on Holder and Obama.

          24. W. Coyote says:

            muthamedia-Thank you for your reply. There is no confusion here. The ATF has conducted several different types of sting operations over the years. They typically set up straw purchases of large amounts of weapons that they think are going to Mexican cartels. Operations “Wide Receiver” and “Fast and Furious” were simply one type of sting operation. Both of them used a similar tactic to locate the “big boys” behind gun trafficking. In hindsight, it is easy for us to judge them both as a flawed tactic. A border agent got killed and that is a tragedy. The same thing could just as easily have happened in 2007. In that case, would you have blamed Gonzales and Bush? I would not.
            Bad things happen during every administration. Many people seem to assume that a president has omniscient control over all events.
            I have no proof, but I would seriously doubt that either Bush or Obama was even aware of these operations.

          25. Peatro Giorgio says:

            Shall we list the hundreds of ways he has injected himself into area’s,above and beyond his constitutional authority. If so then We are left to presume you’re neither informed or intelligent enough to grasp the facts. So which of the two suggested choices shall you wish to confess to???????

        3. paintinc56 says:

          Go look in the mirror, brainless leftist troll, it is all the brown around your nose & mouth.

    2. paintinc56 says:

      Crawl back to daddy Soros, troll, & collect your $20.

      1. W. Coyote says:

        paintinc56- Thanks for your reply. I made about comment about Peter King and backed it up with some reasons. If all you can offer are insults, then I’m pretty sure I have a stronger argument.

  • terryk says:

    It is King that is delusional and he is showing his true color as a would be Democrat. Remember that in 2016.

  • David in MA says:

    Obama get to you King, been promised a fiefdom in the NWO/OWG?

    1. paintinc56 says:

      How much money has this steaming pile made since taking office? ALWAYS follow the money.

  • Kenyan Mocker says:

    King is a RINO at best. One has to remember that people are swayed by those surrounding them. NY is a progressive owned territory and it influences every politician there.
    Same can be said for NJ and for the same reason Chris Christi is a RINO.

    1. Concerned says:

      Check out what the administration is planning with illegal amnesty. And by the way, how much will it cost — $20B, $50B, $200B or more??? King is not only NOT representing the people and is the irresponsible party to this. It sounds like he is subverting us. The House is funding the DHS, it is the Dem’s and the President who are attempting to leverage the GOP to fund illegal amnesty, does King not see this?

      1. rbutkowski says:

        Apparently not. Apparently he is an Establishment NeoCon that wants to implement the police state being put in place by the Illuminati. Get rid of him.

      2. keepyourpower says:

        I wonder if he uses the Constitution to wipe his a**?

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