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Report: House Members Seeking to Oust Speaker Boehner

Raymond, (Ret) Wrote: Dec 23, 2012 8:56 AM
Well, it might be nice if the Democrats opposition were led by someone who opposes Democrat policy rather than by someone who just believes in it a little less. As long as Republicans agree with any Democrat fiscal policy Republicans will get blamed for their inevitable failure. That is why the Democrats did not pass a budget even when they had a majority in both houses and have not done so since. They wanted enough Republican skin in the game to be able to pass off the blame for its unpopularity or its failure.

As members prepare for the 113th Congress, several have been dissatisfied with Speaker Boehner's conduct: he's been accused of booting more conservative members off of major committees, and the abject failure that is "Plan B" seems to have been the final straw for some. Breitbart News reports that there's a plan circulating some offices intended to facilitate the election of a new Speaker of the House come January.

Several conservative House Republican members are contemplating a plan to unseat Speaker John Boehner from his position on January 3, Breitbart News has exclusively learned. Staffers have compiled...