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Battle for Control of the Republican Party Begins

cashe Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 12:46 AM
I am not sure what is wrong with the Tea Party reps in the house. Around 60 TP representatives were elected in 2010 and yet in this years house speakership election, Mr Boehner won easily. In fact, there were only 9 dissenting votes and a handful of abstentions. Where was the Tea Party caucus? Why didn't they vote as a block and support one of their own? This was an important issue and the Tea Party showed they are not a serious player in the house.
anonymous1329 Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 5:57 AM
Because that would of allowed Nancy Pelosi to become Speaker of the House. That position is filled by the person who gets the most votes in the election for speaker, not the party with the people in the house
anonymous1329 Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 5:57 AM
with the most people in the house
anonymous1329 Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 5:57 AM
with the most people in the house
Karl Rove has declared war on grassroots conservatives and Tea Parties. Rove, who had the richest super PAC in 2012 (American Crossroads, which reportedly spent $300 million in the 2012 election cycle), has started a new fund called Conservative Victory Project to spend big bucks in the 2014 Republican primaries to defeat Republican candidates not approved by the Establishment.

Rove's big money spending last year, which was similarly designed to help only Establishment candidates, especially if they had defeated a real conservative in the primary, was notoriously unsuccessful. Of the 31 races that Rove aired TV ads, Republicans won only...