House Republicans brace for doomsday scenario CTM

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As a right-wing faction threatens to tank his speakership ambitions, House GOP leader Kevin McCarthy delivered a promise: “I’ll never leave,” making clear he has no plans to drop out of the race even if the fight goes to many ballots on the floor. #CNN #News

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33 thoughts on “House Republicans brace for doomsday scenario CTM

  1. It's too bad the American people HAVE to suffer paying 49 Senate Republican salaries and 218 House Rep. salaries ($174,000 × 267= $46,458,000, Congress' annual Republican salary), especially when they already said they're going to return to their usual games of creating chaos and gridlock for any/all legislation the Democrats try to pass, as well as endless frivolous investigations! It must be hard work being obnoxious and doing nothing to improve this country or the lives of the American people, aka their constituents?

  2. Maybe McCarthy… if he really wants to be speaker, might want to see if any Dems would be willing to vote for him. Imagine if McCarthy were to be the speaker the worked across the aisle and united the House of Reps and got things done.

  3. Be nice if some moderates came up and said, do you want my vote scumbags like Marjorie Taylor Greene Biggs, Jordan, and anyone who opposed the 2020 election do not get put on any committee assignments. Unfortunately, McCarthys, a piece of shit coward who would sell his own family out if he thought It was gonna make them speaker

  4. Kyrsten Sinister for Speaker. She seems to be a perfect match for the job – she's really crazy, she enjoys thwarting the forces of good and sometimes enjoys thwarting the forces of evil – and she doesn't mind lying to the public. What more could Congress ask for?

  5. It's weird that the Republican house and senate leadership have always been on a mission of cutting deals for their rich donors and never once having a deal for we the ordinary people, now all these new house members have placed specific price tags and conditions on their votes for the speaker, is this what democracy and the constitution is all about?

  6. Democrats are "bracing" for when Biden gets exposed for all of his corruption with the evidence from his own meth head's son laptop, including: Dates. Money totals: emails: texts: times: places: Bank evidence of flagged bank wires: Pictures: White House logs: Then they're going to ask Biden why he lied about all of it? Gonna be good

  7. McCarthy has played the two-faced game for too long now, not to mention he is still willing to throw other Republicans under the bus for the stupid MAGA agenda. He would have limited effectiveness. MTG can hardly wait to jump back in there and start mucking things up again!

  8. All Pelosi's replacement has to do is offer a deal to 4 or 5 moderate old-guard Republicans who are on the edge of Retirement and don't have to worry about what voters think…and he's the Speaker…or some "neutral" non-House member that they offer up. Those old-guard right now are stuck with McCarthry (which means Marjory Taylor Greene) or the Arizona MAGA Representative challenging him (which means Matt Gaetz) and I don't think they want to swallow either of those pills.

  9. i dont see why all the normal pubs and the dems just negociate with macarthy to vote him in and let the wackos lose. better a secure, weak Mccarthy than him giving the power to one of the magas. keep them out of committee leadership and stop with investigation talk.

  10. If GOP opposes the hiring of 87,000 IRS employees then fundamentally they are proposing that IRS should not be collecting tax.

    It is a fact that the tax gap (difference between what IRS consider should be collected and what is actually collected in tax) is c. 18%, a number which has been fairly consistent for some time. That is roughly 3.5x worse than the equivalent figure in the UK (HMRC is the tax collecting agency in the UK).

    Some of that difference may be down to the US tax code being drafted in a worse manner than the UK tax laws, but that is very difficult to assess. However the biggest difference is that the IRS has c.95,000 employees to deal with c.330 million US citizens whereas HMRC has 66,000 employees to deal with c 68 million people. So IRS has less than 50% more employees to deal with almost 5x the number of citizens

  11. So sad that the truth cannot be told anymore everything must be a lie and a biased report on both sides it's the same thing my question is why would anybody want to destroy the most beautiful country on this planet why? Our constitutional republic has made us the freest most wonderful nation in the world but then we added corrupt democracy into the mix and look what happened

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