Tucker: What is going on here?

Tucker points out those things I have been wondering all week. What is so unusual about politicians arguing?  Seems  to me that those not voting for McCarthy are on our side. Why should I care if McCarthy loses his elections? How does his disappointment affect my life? What has he done to deserve the position of Speaker?

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2 Responses to Tucker: What is going on here?

  1. Menagerie says:

    Anyone who stops the business as usual D.C. power brokers gets a nod from me. I don’t necessarily trust that it’s done entirely selflessly, but I like it.

    I think President Trump is making a mistake on this one. Honestly, he’s confusing me. As someone (don’t remember who) I read yesterday said, for a man whose unerring instincts took him to the White House in 2016, he’s doing some strange things now. I’m getting very confusing mixed signals.

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  2. Pa Hermit says:

    What I see is the 20 hold-outs want a change to the same-old/same-old! As a Conservative, I agree wholeheartedly. What seems odd is after so many No votes counts, that it doesn’t increase in number. What is the definition of insanity? “Do the same thing over and expect different results.” The only bright spot I see is they aren’t spending our money with no Speaker! McCarthy to me, comes across as a RINO old school! The people want something new, not the old! Where’s the American spirit in working things out? Give and take, if you will. Barter, even!

    As for Trump? He’s a Republican, so there is that. He didn’t insinuate he would vote for a Biden. If I was in that position I would say very little. I will not change my vote if he runs in 2024!

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