Regarding Calley and other so called Republicans that voted in favor of Medicaid Expansion:
I have voted straight party Republican my entire life with perhaps one exception. (I am 63). In the last several years I have noticed that the Republican Party has drifted ( to a significant degree) from it's founding principles of limited government, fiscal responsibility, respect for the constitution and belief in being self reliant. I am glad to see the surge of "We The People" in groups such as the Tea Party and many others. I am not against a certain amount of pragmatism but that has gone too far. The best single example is the way that both Democrats and Republicans have kicked the national debt can down the road with pragmatic excuses. Our Washington Rinos will probably vote yet another debt ceiling (read Obamacare ) extension. I do not buy all the excuses that are being offered. I am not against compromise of logistics but I refuse to compromise principles. The fact that we continue to pile up debt for our children and grand-children is no longer acceptable. I do not believe that Calley and others will make it through their next primary. We have the list of those willing to sacrifice both their principles and oppose the will of the majority of their constituents. Are my views regarding this in sync with the majority of the Republican voters? Only the results of the next primary will determine that.