Bill Maher Asked What's on Everyone's Mind Regarding the Trump Assassination Attempt
Why Van Jones' Take on the Republican Convention Should Make Dems Nervous
There's One Dem Biden Is Supremely Irritated With Right Now
Our Precarious, Flabby Military and a Generation of Unhardy Americans
Does This Mean Biden Is Staying In the Race?
The Plan to Stage a Coup Against Defiant Biden
Man Arrested For Death Threats Against Trump, Vance Ahead of Their First Rally...
GOP Governor Reverses Stance, Endorses Trump
Pollster Nate Silver: 'Unmistakable' Shift In Support for Trump
Joe Biden's National Rent Control Plan Would Be a Very Bad Idea
Democrat Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee Loses Her Battle With Cancer
Biden Co-Chair Chris Coons' Remarks About Biden Staying in the Race Sure Are...
Biden’s NPA-A Announcement Jeopardizes U.S. Energy Security
End Small Business Tax to Make Main Street Great Again
Duty Drawback Example of Corporate Welfare
Tipsheet

Boehner Blames Pelosi Speech for Bill Failure

Minority Leader John Boehner just gave a press conference, and blamed Speaker Nancy Pelosi for killing the vote.  Boehner said it would have passed, "had it not been for this partisan speech the Speaker gave on the floor of the House."  He went on to lament that just before the vote came up, "... the Speaker had to give a Partisan voice that poisoned our caucus ..."
Advertisement


Rep. Eric Cantor said of Pelosi's speech, it "was inappropriate in this discussion."

National Review's Rich Lowry writes:  
"House Republicans will get blamed, and the likes of Mike Pence indeed played an extremely irresponsible role. But Pelosi didn't exactly make the sale with her own members, more than 90 of whom voted against it."

Sponsored

Join the conversation as a VIP Member

Recommended

Trending on Townhall Videos

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement