Has John Boehner (R-OH) been Blackmailed?

This story might explain a lot.

Matt Drudge tweeted: “Spending bill passed because NSA has ‘dirt’ on speaker.”

Is there blackmail behind John Boehner’s easy capitulation to Obama and the passage of the pork-laden, government controlling CROmibus bill?

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Does Obama know something about Boehner that we don’t know?

There was news about a Boehner exposé in 2010. It never happened. The following is from WND:

“In September 2010, the Huffington Post promised the New York Times was preparing a bombshell exposé on a reported Boehner affair with Lisbeth Lyons, the lobbyist for the American Printing Association.

“‘Insiders on Capitol Hill are buzzing about an upcoming New York Times exposé that will detail an alleged Boehner affair,’ the HuffPost story said. ‘Sources say the Times is looking for the right time to drop the story in October to sway the election, similar to how the Times reported during the 2008 presidential campaign on an alleged John McCain affair that supposedly had taken place many years before and that was flatly denied by the woman in question.’”

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