Chad Mayes, thy name is traitor.
This RINO squish, every other name for non-conservative you can think of wants to cut a "deal" with the devilish Demo-rats and extend Cap and Trade.
Enough with this deal-making garbage.
We do not send Republicans--or any elected officials for that matter--to Sacramento in order to make deals and take away our livelihood, or money, or our opportunities to succeed.
I am so tired of this guy.
Make a deal with the devil to extend taxes in the name of this nonsensical utopianism called "Cap and Trade"?
I say what B-One Bob said on the floor of the House:
But I decided to give Chad Maeyes another name.
Well, let's just say Abel wanted to go "Cain" on my butt!
Look at the Tweet I got today!
@ChadMayesCA is the state wide Assembly Republican Leader elected by Republicans @ArthurCSchaper your nothing but a looser get a life— Abel Maldonado (@abelmaldonado) July 17, 2017
Then he doubled-down, spelling error and all!
Abel, it's called "Spell check!"Actually @ArthurCSchaper is a big loooooser— Abel Maldonado (@abelmaldonado) July 17, 2017
Of course, just in case this former (thank God) former political establishment hack tries to remove those tweets:
Maldonado has the same problem as the waste of space Jason Maruca, the "executive director" -- more like glorified secretary -- of the Republican Party of Los Angeles County!
|"Hookt on Fonix werkt for mee!"|
Then I had more fun at Abel's expense:
If I am such a "looser", why respond? Because I am right to call out this feckless betrayal from @cagop Republicans: you, @ChadMayesCA, etc pic.twitter.com/4eFsfcwH6J— Arthur C. Schaper (@ArthurCSchaper) July 17, 2017
He took the bait--AGAIN!
To which I glibly replied:
One problem -- you already did. #OWNED— Arthur C. Schaper (@ArthurCSchaper) July 17, 2017
And of course:
And you spelled all the words right. I just wish that you had voted right when you were in the state senate. https://t.co/2uAb67zY3c— Arthur C. Schaper (@ArthurCSchaper) July 17, 2017
The problem with grassroots California conservatives is that ..
We are too nice.
We are especially too nice to our Republican representatives up in the state legislature.
Remember what I told the LA Times reporter--whom I later exposed as running an increasingly shrinking operation:
We need to double-down and go hard on those spineless Republicans as well as the soulless Democrats in Sacramento. They need to feel the heat to see the light.
The best part for us--for me--and the worst thing for them?
We laugh all the way through the game, while they wish they were dead!
So much fun!