>My concern is that within our conference, conservatives, who are a majority, dont have a proper platform,
Well then why not vote boner out and put in a new leader? I don’t see the problem.
Why wait for a disastrous concession on the fiscal agenda? Wouldn’t a move to replace be more advantageous before a capitulation can occur?
If conservatives are truly aching to fire Boehner let them emulate the NY state senators who chose to caucus with the GOP and make Skelos the majority leader. Get 20 or so conservative Repubs to vote for Pelosi as Speaker. That will punish Boehner for his transgressions. Purging the GOPe is what we should be about now, and this is the easiest way to eliminate Boehner.
Go for it Dr. Price.
Two questions— “buzz”.
When will we learn to be curious whom it is creating this buzz, sinc it’s not us?
And, second question— “concern”.
Is Mr. Price’s “concern” decipherable, as in WTH does that mean on the Titanic as it slips under water?
I’d take Daffy Duck over the crybaby at this point, but Tom Price sounds much better. Come on House conservatives, now would be a good time to stand up and be counted!
In my opinion Rep. Price's name as an aspirant to the Speaker post has (with crafty forethought) come out of nowhere to put conservative pressure on JB and to stiffen his spine.
This is an EXCELLENT move at the right time on the part of the congressional conservatives (playing one of the few cards they hold at the moment).
The SNL video link on hulu is hilarious, and accurate.
We need to do something.
Boehner has morphed into Trent Lott. Time for him to go!
Thanks for posting this, Fred.
Go get him. Do SOMETHING to remove Boehner, and put in a man who won’t burst into tears.
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