Discussion: Congress, The Senate, The House of Representatives - Part I

I mean, Johnson isn't either. Have you seen some of the bull**** he's passed?

Right now he seems like he's in damage control mode to make Republicans look sane heading into 2024.

The "Freedom" Caucus want a burn it all down type as speaker which would be disastrous.

I don't trust Johnson but he's playing ball with Democrats atm.
 
We've already seen what happens when they tried to with Jordan.

At some point Republicans are going to vote in Jordan just to spite Democrats.

Also Mike Johnson is further right than McCarthy. It's just that he's smart enough to avoid a shutdown.
 
Right now he seems like he's in damage control mode to make Republicans look sane heading into 2024.

The "Freedom" Caucus want a burn it all down type as speaker which would be disastrous.

I don't trust Johnson but he's playing ball with Democrats atm.

How is "gut the IRS to fund Israel" damage control mode. He's had to pull spending bills as well because he lost moderate votes.
 
So, I thought whoever was Speaker was going to immediately change the rules about vacating the Speaker.

I just read that Johnson did no do that.

The dumbest mother ****ers....
 



 
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Announcing publicly that they suck.
It's just terrible, TERRIBLE politics going into an election and they know it. Same with Stupidville in the senate. He's gonna back off his blocking military appointments for the same reason. He was just so goddamn dumb that it took a few months to sink in.
 
Don't trust them.
Of course not. It's all a political game. They know it's bad politics and are muddling around trying to fix it (not very well I might add). Most of these bungholes really want no government so they and their cronies can screw everyone else around while they get rich and gain power.
 
And...he's gone.




He got out of there like one of those Jimmel Kimmel George Santos sketches.
 
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Huh. The mother ****ers actually did it.
 
Huh. The mother ****ers actually did it.
Given the situation within the republican party, this was the smartest move politically. There were only two options; expel him (bad option) or excuse him (worse option).

It probably saved a few seats in the November elections.
 

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