No, you’re to blame for the stupid.
Reminds me of the I Think You Should Leave sketch about the mystery of who crashed the hot-dog-shaped car into the menswear shop.
They hold everything to the very end so that everyone feels rushed and under the pressure to avoid a shutdown
Ummm… they’ve been trying to pass this for weeks now. Not last minute, you dingleberry, not remotely.
you don’t get enough likes for some of these lines.
He’s either being deliberately disingenuous or he has absolutely zero self-awareness.
Matt Gaetz? He’s to blame for his own stupid, sure. Unfortunately, there’s more than enough stupid to go around in that party. That goes for chaos, too (see: Kevin McCarthy, Tommy Tuberville, Jim Jordan, etc.). 0_o
And nobody has introduced a motion to remove Kevin McCarthy as Speaker.
People keep yelling about it - but never do their jobs.
If you recall the last House speaker nomination fiasco, it’s actually a bit of a relief that there’s still a speaker ahead of a possible government shutdown. Unfortunately, the only reason he still stands is because there is no power (for GOP congress members) in removing him, only in lording the threat over him. 0_o
To hell with gaeaeaets and to hell with the awful word gubernatorial.
Goober-natorial. Sounds like it must hafta do with the birth of a goober.
As I understand it, any single member can file a motion to remove the speaker, but the whole house then votes on replacements. The Freedom Caucus never got their people within a light year of the chair last time.