Posted on September 19, 2015 by Martin Armstrong
The Speaker of the House has clearly overstayed his welcome. He is one of the most disliked Republican leaders of all time. One anti-Boehner Republican said a chairman had asked him not to call for a vote on a motion to vacate the chair until Pope Francis, invited to address Congress by the Catholic speaker, makes his speech next week. The chairman told the member the Pope visit “meant a lot to Boehner,” the member said. So we are down to clinging to straws. The ruthless conduct and personal retaliations of Boehner against members of his own party from my perspective means he should not be granted that request and he should be thrown out before the Pope has to shake his hand – he might lose a finger in the process.
Rep. Kristi Noem of South Dakota has been swamped with Republicans calling her asking for her support to depose Boehner. She told the GOP conference on Wednesday, according to Roll Call, that she didn’t appreciate all the calls she’s received from potential leadership candidates asking for her vote. Clearly, 2015.75 is marking the end of Boehner, which political insiders never suspected. This is a direct result of the rise in polls of Donald Trump showing that Boehner’s country club establishing style politics is dead.
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