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Byron York: Have Republicans Hit Rock Bottom? No, It Could Actually Get a Lot Worse

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yorkByron York writes: Yes, the House Republican conference is stunned and confused after the withdrawal of Rep. Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., from the speaker’s race. But is it any more stunned and confused than it was exactly two years ago, when the government was partially shut down amid bitter House GOP infighting over Obamacare? Or a year ago, when House Majority Leader Eric Cantor suffered a mind-blowing defeat in a GOP primary election?

“Things could get worse. There’s certainly no reason to believe they will get better anytime soon.”

The fact is, the chaos plaguing Republicans in the House has been building for a long time. It’s no wonder some GOP lawmakers are reportedly weeping in the Capitol.

Not long after announcing his withdrawal, McCarthy was asked by National Review Online whether House Republicans are, at the moment, ungovernable. “I don’t know,” he said. “Sometimes you have to hit rock bottom.”

The GOP’s problem is that there is no way to know whether this is rock bottom or not. Things could get worse. There’s certainly no reason to believe they will get better anytime soon….(read more)

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One Comment on “Byron York: Have Republicans Hit Rock Bottom? No, It Could Actually Get a Lot Worse”

  1. Mike says:

    Let’s hope it gets worse for the Establishment Republicans… that’s the first small step in what is a long road to restoring Constitutionally Limited Government.


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