More thoughts on Boehner’s Resignation. Ace of Spades has some very interesting thoughts on Boehner’s resignation including these:
2. There are some claims that Boehner did this to “spare the party” the trauma of booting him out of office. I don’t believe that. I think the Freedom Caucus had the votes to book (sic) him out of office –unless Democrats voted to support Boehner, which they would do. And then we would have a true political problem on our hands, an allegedly “Republican” speaker of the House owing his job entirely to Nancy Pelosi telling X number of Democrats to vote for Boehner.
A Speaker owing his position to the opposite party? Completely compromised — more so than he is now.
3. The current idea, favored by the same folks who thought that Boehner was such an Indispensable Man are now agitating to put his loyal (???) lieutenant Kevin McCarthy into the position. Kevin McCarthy is, if it’s possible, a worse RINO than Boehner, and was by Boehner’s side as he punished critics and dissidents for daring to represent their constituents’ interests.
Mark Levin just described Kevin McCarthy as “just as bad as Eric Cantor and ten IQ points dumber.”
Under no circumstances should the Freedom Caucus permit McCarthy, Scalise, or Cathy McMorris Rogers — all the Boehner Warriors who have brought GOP morale to all-time lows — to serve in any leadership position. A purge is a purge.
He’s right. The entire article is well worth a read.