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Shed a Tear for Speaker John Boehner as He Announces Resignation (Updated)

Will step down at end of October

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Looks like House Speaker John Boehner has finally had it. He's out, not just as speaker—he's quitting Congress entirely. Because the current big Congressional battle is whether there will be a government shutdown over federal funding for Planned Parenthood, of course everybody wonders if there's a relationship. Boehner didn't want a shutdown. Other conservatives do, if necessary. From the New York Times:

The Ohio representative had struggled from almost the moment he took the speaker's gavel in 2011 to manage the challenges of divided government and to hold together his fractious and increasingly conservative Republican members.

Most recently, Mr. Boehner was trying to craft a solution to keep the government open through the rest of the year, but was under pressure from a growing base of conservatives who told him that they would not vote for a bill that did not defund Planned Parenthood. Several of those members were on a path to remove Mr. Boehner as speaker, though their ability to do so was far from certain.

Mr. Boehner's surprise announcement came just a day after Pope Francis visited the Capitol, the fulfillment of a 20-year dream for Mr. Boehner of having a pontiff address Congress. He had a private audience with Francis before the pope's address to a joint meeting of Congress.

No doubt there will be more coming out about the decision today. Read more from Reason on Boehner here.

Update: Here's FreedomWorks CEO Adam Brandon, no fan of Boehner's, responding to the news:

"This is an example of grassroots politics at it's best and is a huge victory for the House Freedom Caucus. This is one of the greatest changes that's happened in Washington. The old go along get along ways are over because people realize that kicking the can down the road doesn't work."

"At the beginning of the year, conservatives were mocked for trying to oust Boehner from the speakership. Now we see that punishing principled members didn't work. This brings a new era of Members being responsive to their constituents and upholding their promises."

Update II: Here's Boehner's statement:

"My mission every day is to fight for a smaller, less costly, and more accountable government.  Over the last five years, our majority has advanced conservative reforms that will help our children and their children.  I am proud of what we have accomplished.

"The first job of any Speaker is to protect this institution that we all love.  It was my plan to only serve as Speaker until the end of last year, but I stayed on to provide continuity to the Republican Conference and the House.  It is my view, however, that prolonged leadership turmoil would do irreparable damage to the institution.  To that end, I will resign the Speakership and my seat in Congress on October 30.

"Today, my heart is full with gratitude for my family, my colleagues, and the people of Ohio's Eighth District.  God bless this great country that has given me—the son of a bar owner from Cincinnati—the chance to serve."

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175 responses to “Shed a Tear for Speaker John Boehner as He Announces Resignation (Updated)

  1. Took long enough.

    What hack is front-runner to replace him?

    1. The majority leader, which is Kevin McCarthy in this case, is always the front-runner. Names swirling about on the election for that post were Pete Sessions, Jeb Hensarling, and Raul Labrador, so one of them seems likely to make a push.

      I also figure that Paul Ryan’s name will pop up repeatedly and that he will not leave his comfy post for such a thankless position.

      1. McCarthy is a Boehner toadie, so don’t expect much of a difference in leadership’s trajectory.

        1. *ding ding*

          1. One down, one to go. Get ready Mitch. You’re next!

        2. Boehner Toadie is such an excellent name for a band.

        3. He’s worst than the lead repugnican cryer of the senate. mccarthy will push through the h1b visas for his friends in the tech industry.

          1. More H1b visas would be a good thing. Where do you think America is going to get its tech talent? The debt-laden English majors overflowing our state universities?

            Heck, more of all work visas would be a good thing. I someone wants to actually work in this country we should welcome them with open arms.

            1. Have you not been paying attention to the tech industry? The H1Bs are getting trained by the american workers who are then laid off. The americans are required to do the training if they want their severance package. There is no shortage of american tech talent, the H1B indentured servants are just cheaper and less able to change company.

              1. ^THIS^

                Is exactly correct. There is no “tech” or “STEM” shortage. This place above most, should understand this.

                In addition to the constant headlines of companies doing just what is described above. STEM salaries are, and have been for decades, stagnant or going down corrected for inflation. If there was truly a shortage, supply and demand would expose it with increasing real salaries.

                1. As someone who actually works in tech (and not someone who took an online class a few years ago and thinks he knows software engineering), I can assure you there is a shortage of qualified tech workers. Note the word qualified. There are plenty of crappy developers out there who should be laid off. But if you want someone who actually knows what they are doing, you are going to have an empty seat for a while.

            2. You mean like the good it did for those working at places like Disney. H1b visas are good when there is a glut in the areas they are needed, but is there a great need for workers outside the US in the tech industry. McCarthy’s tech friends will do what companies like disney are doing, replacing current workers for cheaper ones and not hiring except for cheaper labor. It is the prerogative of private companies to hire whom they wish, but shouldn’t companies be given the incentive to hire people within it’s own borders first?

        4. At lead Cantor is already gone.

      2. Names swirling about on the election for that post were Pete Sessions, Jeb Hensarling, and Raul Labrador, so one of them seems likely to make a push.

        Labrador would be a huge improvement.

        No way it will happen.

  2. Don’t cry for me, Orange-ina, ??
    The truth is i never left you… ??

    1. That’s lovely. In fact, it brings a tear to my eye.

    2. How dare you sully the name of a perfectly innocent soft-drink.

      1. That is … disturbing. On so many levels.

      2. where’s crusty? never mind. of course he would.

      3. Dr. Moreau approves.

      4. Thank you for reminding me of that commercial. One of my favs

      5. Did AC write that?

      6. What the hell did I just see?

        *rubs eyes*

        1. Fevered fantasies from French furries.

  3. he wants to spend more time with his family tanning bed.

  4. …the fulfillment of a 20-year dream for Mr. Boehner of having a pontiff address Congress.

    See, I get this. I’ve had a 20-year dream of having a pontiff serve me coffee.

    More importantly, buh-bye Boehner, you piece of shit!

    1. Like I care what his dream was. The romanticism about politicians really gets my blood boiling.

      1. The romanticism is written with people with a fetish for “power.”

        It’s like when people admonish the Congress for not doing enough to solve the world’s problems. As if several hundred fat old men and women can somehow force the planet into a state of perpetual equilibrium and bliss by WRITING THINGS ON PAPER. The absurdity never seems to catch on with the pundit class.

        1. More like by ordering men with guns around. Granted its a little indirect.

          1. When your only tool is a hammer…

    2. So that’s it, huh? He was in Congress for 20 years just to hear the Pope speak? Now that he can tick off that box, he’s done and might as well retire?

      Do they seriously believe anyone is stupid enough to believe that?

      1. yes, of course. Millions believed the Repub line about stopping Obama and curtailing govt expansion to the point of electing GOP majorities to both houses.

        1. “My mission every day is to fight for a smaller, less costly, and more accountable government”

          THEN YOU HAVE FAILED, EVERY DAY.

          “Over the last five years, our majority has advanced conservative reforms that will help our children and their children.”

          YOU LIE! AND I WILL CARE FOR MY OWN KIDS, YOU CARROT LOOKING TWAT.

          “I am proud of what we have accomplished.”

          AND I TOOK A REALLY SMOOTH DUMP THIS MORNING – WE ARE BOTH PROUD!

          “The first job of any Speaker is to protect this institution that we all love.”

          SO MUCH FOR YOUR CONSTITUENTS, SLAVER!

          “It was my plan to only serve as Speaker until the end of last year, but I stayed on to provide continuity to the Republican Conference and the House. It is my view, however, that prolonged leadership turmoil would do irreparable damage to the institution. To that end, I will resign the Speakership and my seat in Congress on October 30.”

          SO LONG, SHITBIRD!

          1. “The first job of any Speaker is to protect this institution that we all love.”

            Yeah, how’s that congressional approval rating today, Mr Speaker?

            “Congressman is the trivialist distinction for a full grown man.”
            —Mark Twain

          2. Well said.

            Boner’s always been a useless fake-tanned Washington clown.

            I wish the libertarian voice was stronger and louder in the Republican party, but sadly the best we get is Rand Paul.

            I guess it’s Gary Johnson for me (second election in a row) come 2016.

    3. “I don’t know who he is, but he’s got the Pope for a driver!”

    4. Be right over Tundra.

      Of course, that means you need to fulfill one of my 20-year dreams. I’ll tell you and Mrs. Tundra about it right after coffee

      1. Lol. OK, Holiness, but bring your A game!

        1. A game?

          F-dat. I’m bringing my Double D game (if you know what I mean)

    5. This is the POS who was exposed conspiring with Obama to exempt Congress, family, and staff from Obama care . He sent an email to Obama telling him to say he called Bones to the white house to chew his assistant out over some other topic while the true reason was to gain their exemption by agreeing to not defund it so Obama could cram it up our butts.

      Imagine, a government program where someone with millions in assets but little income can have their insurance paid by working people with no assets living paycheck to paycheck.

      And he suffered nothing for selling us out.

  5. Mr. Boehner’s surprise announcement came just a day after Pope Francis visited the Capitol, the fulfillment of a 20-year dream for Mr. Boehner of having a pontiff address Congress.

    WTF? Boner, in addition to being a worthless hack, you’re just plain boring.

    1. That is a very strange thing to have as a goal to dream about.

      1. So we can consider that to be a ‘typical congressmonkey’s Bucket List Item’?
        Talk about Epic Fail…

    1. There, Rourke lectured Barboza over his use of foul language, before prosecutors from the Sullivan County district attorney’s office instructed police officers to arrest Barboza on a charge of aggravated harassment. Barboza was taken to the Liberty police station, where he was booked, fingerprinted and handcuffed to a bench. After being shuffled between courts, he was eventually released when he paid a $200 bail.

      What a self-righteous asshat.

      1. Liberty Police station?

        1. The irony, it’s burning me RIGHT NOW

    2. My father used to own 35 acres up there. It is indeed a shitty town.

      1. Yes. As I have stated before, do not drive in Liberty, or in Sullivan County as a whole. If you must drive through it, obey the posted speed laws and get the fuck out.

        1. Bah, I’ve been through there a million times without any issue. This kind of thing can and does happen in every county in the US.

    3. But if he had said “fuck your shitty court”, he’d be in jail right now, indefinitely.

    4. but, his “written communication” “annoyed” them, so it appears to be an offense in New York

      1. Welcome to New York, where salt and large soft drinks are “Offensive,” too…

    5. Is this THE libertarian moment?

      *gets ready to fire confetti cannon*

      1. We fill it with wood chips now, not confetti.

        1. You’ll put your eye out!

    6. “Instead of protecting freedom of speech, government officers in Liberty handcuffed me, arrested me for a crime and almost sent me to jail because I harmlessly expressed my frustration with a speeding ticket,” Barboza said Tuesday, responding to the decision. “The people I trusted to uphold the law violated my most basic rights.”

      Yeah, they tend to do that.

    7. “Fuck your Shitty Wall!”

  6. ’bout time

  7. I’d like to say this is good news, but chances are his replacement will be even worse.

    1. Only if they elect Pelosi. Nobody has been more loyal and less of an opposition than Boehner. Well, I don’t want to judge McConnell’s legacy before it is complete. It’s like when Ted Kennedy teamed up with GWB for No Child Left Behind. The People get fucked.

      1. “Bipartisanship” always means people get fucked. See also, the USA PATRIOT Act

        1. And the war on drugs. And social security. And Medicare. And the war in Iraq. And…

      2. Its really weird that the Republicans are the “loyal opposition” when they are in the majority.

  8. Obama must be devastated.

  9. You mean when you constantly betray the people who sent you to Congress, there are consequences?

    1. Consequences? He’ll land some sweet-ass, former DC insider gig within the week.

      Fuck him and fuck that. Term limits culminating in Mars colonization is the only solution.

      1. Only if “Mars colonization” is a euphemism for execution. You get your term in office, but once you’re out, you get sacrificed to the Tree of Liberty.

        1. How about when you leave office you get a yearly stipend equal to Congressional pay, but can’t make any other money through any other means for the rest of your life?

          1. I want to scare people away, not entice them in.

        2. Shit, here come the subpoenas.

      2. In the military, an ensign or 2nd Lt right out of OCS tends to abide by the instructions of the most senior NCO under his ‘command’ until he learns the ropes.

        If term limits went into effect, think of congresspeople as the brand new ensigns every couple of years and lobbyists as permanent NCOs.

        1. Yeah, I understand the urge for term limits, but in reality, it would just hand more power to lobbyists, staffers, and other insiders.

        2. Treat the lobbyists as retainers and sacrifice them alongside the officeholders.

          1. The lobbyists must be entombed with the Congresscritters so they may serve in the afterlife.

            1. But who serves whom?

    2. Sure – a pension and a giant raise with a lobbying outfit. Let future Speakers tremble at his fate.

      1. That’ll learn’im!

  10. to be fair, he did a good job of keeping Obamacare’s taint off of his party.

    1. I give him zero credit for doing anything like that. Others carried the water, in my view. Boner was just….there.

  11. I wont mock him for his crying or looks or anything superficial.

    I’ll just say he’s another lying politician who has not helped liberty in the least.

    Glad to see him go.

  12. Amash for Speaker!

    Hahaha, of course not, that would require the GOP to be an actual pro-liberty party. They’ll replace Boehner with an equally milquetoast moderate, Kevin McCarthy, from California.

    1. Thomas Massie?

      1. Yes, right after the Browns win the Super Bowl.

  13. If the GOP had any brains they’d just leave the fucking seat empty.

    1. Could they appoint a monkey? That selfie-taking one who got PETA all worked up would be perfect.

      1. An Orangutan?

        1. Oh, very well done!

        2. “An Orangutan?”
          Jack’s downthread a bit.

        3. An Orangutan?

          The State of the Union speeches would be fucking EPIC!

          “Left turn, Clyde”.

        1. +1 Yourcaque

          1. +1 Macaca

      2. The Constitution is silent on whether the speaker must be a human being: “The House of Representatives shall choose their speaker and other officers”.

  14. Also, let’s not forget that the Speaker of the House doesn’t necessarily have to be an elected member of Congress.

    1. Have they ever elected a non-member Speaker? If so, who and when?

      1. No, but according to Wikipedia, there have been a handful of votes in the last couple of elections for non-members: in 2015, Rand Paul, Colin Powell, and Jeff Sessions each received one vote.

        1. I’m not going to find out if this is why Eric Cantor is trending on Twitter.

      2. No, never. It’s just a quirk of the Constitution that the Speaker of the House is not required to be a member of Congress since no requirements are given.

        Similarly, there aren’t any requirements given to be a Supreme Court Justice. The President could nominate a 14 year old if he wanted and he or she would serve if confirmed.

        1. Yeah, I think they kind of assumed that Congressmen would vote for one of their own and that any Senate would rebut a SC appointee that obviously knows fuck all about the law.

          1. Yeah, I think they kind of assumed that Congressmen would vote for one of their own and that any Senate would rebut a SC appointee that obviously knows fuck all about the law.

            This assumption got proven wrong with regard to supreme court justices. (Especially the current crop)

            1. 50% is good enough for government work.

          2. In the original Congress, there was a lot of respect for the British parliamentary system which has a non-partisan speaker. Also, there was no concept of full-time politicians.

    2. Warty for SoTH – “I want 100 squats now!” Half of the house would die before lunchtime.

      1. It depends on what he’s having them squat on.

    3. Trump for Speaker!

  15. Shed a Tear for Speaker John Boehner as He Announces Resignation

    No.

  16. Shutting down the gov’t is bad politics (irrespective of whether it’s good practice).

    Shutting down the gov’t because of Planned Parenthood would help kill any chance of a GOP president because Hillary would make it a women’s issue and it would divert from her email scandal.

    Jeez.

    1. Shutting down the gov’t is bad politics

      This is one of those things that everybody knows that just ain’t so.

      The Republicans have never suffered in an election after a government shutdown. They either pick up seats, or, if you go all the way back to the supposedly catastrophic Gingrich shutdown, they lose a handful of seats at a point in the cycle where you expect to lose a shitload of seats.

      1. Sure, in congressional districts that might be true, but nationally it doesn’t play well.

        1. Among liberals, maybe. Conservatives, libertarians and the apolitical don’t give a shit.

        2. Are you stupid?

          Divided government is the goal. As long as the party in the Executive branch is the minority party in both houses of Congress, we can stem the tide of Congress ceding all its authority to the executive branch. This is true regardless of party.

          The only possible exception I’d accept is GOP majorities in both Houses and Rand Paul in the White House. Any other GOP’er in the White House with a GOP-led Congress gives us the exact same crap as a Dem controlled Congress with a Dem in the White House.

          1. You stupidly assume that my opinion about what COULD happen is something I WANT to happen.

            I thought it was clear that I was criticizing the right, so perhaps I was stupid to think people like you would understand that. My bad.

        3. Sure, in congressional districts that might be true, but nationally it doesn’t play well.

          Umm, so what? Its a non-issue in Presidential campaigns, as far as I can recall. So, boo-hoo, they catch a couple of bad polls, and then go on to win more seats?

          1. Presidential elections are a battle for folks in the middle. Duh.

      2. Agreed. The electoral consequences of a shutdown are figments of the MSM’s imagination. The Republicans picked up seats in 2014.

        To me, it actually seemed like the 2013 shutdown only proved their point. Dems and the media were predicting Armageddon, but in all that happened (in the experience of most of America; here in DC, feds got a two week paid vacation), some National Parks closed down and…? If anything, it revealed Obama’s pettiness (putting barricades up at the WW2 Memorial, for instance).

        1. it revealed Obama’s pettiness

          Agreed.

        2. Although the Mainstream Media did a really good job of broadcasting the “Everyone Panic” message and blaming the active memorial barricading as a Republican plot. It was a very impressive propaganda effort, almost as good as the 50% manufactured outrage of the Fox News folks at the “Barry-cades”.

  17. Wow. This is like Christmas three months early!

    I hope this means the republicans have had enough and are ready to finally do what they were elected to do, which is to stop our vile gutter rat Alinskyite president.

    1. Yes Boehner’s House was way too deferential to the president.

      1. I know how bummed out all you JournoList scumbags are right now. You loved the orange accommodationist for his weakness, deference, and dedication to your corrupt status quo.

  18. The most ineffectual Speaker ever. Don’t let the doorknob…

  19. Tris for Speaker!

    1. What you did there….

    2. nice. been waiting awhile for that one, eh?

      1. “Chance favors the prepared mind.” Ditto Tinker and Evans.

  20. “Mr. Boehner’s surprise announcement came just a day after Pope Francis visited the Capitol, the fulfillment of a 20-year dream for Mr. Boehner of having a pontiff address Congress.”

    Hell, if it was this easy, I’d have paid that guy in the funny hats to show up here years ago!

  21. Smoke ’em if you got ’em.

  22. All you guys celebrating are going to feel really bad when it turns out he’s quitting due to health issues related to beta carotene overdose.

  23. Best Halloween present ever.

    1. Orange Spray Tan industry hardest hit.

      1. Oh, we’ll miss the little Oompa loompa. But, we will get over it. In fact I think I’m over it already and he hasn’t even left yet.

  24. “This brings a new era of Members being responsive to their constituents and upholding their promises.”

    Naive, stupid, or both?

  25. Here’s FreedomWorks CEO Adam Brandon, no fan of Boehner’s, responding to the news…

    Out of curiosity, is there a reason, perhaps technical or legal, that we don’t seem to copy and paste text from other sources. Over at Freedomworks, Brandon uses the correct “its” in his statement, but here it’s the contraction not the possessive form. I’ve noticed that kind of misquote a few times here.

    1. I blame LUCY

    2. Maybe Reason copy/pasted the original, with a typo and then Brandon corrected his typo later? That’s all I can think of. Why would Scott re-type two paragraphs?

  26. I’m glad he’s staying on long enough to avoid a government shutdown.

    …only becasue I’m afraid a shutdown might hurt a Republican’s chances for President.

    This has been a long time coming. Ding dong, the witch is dead!

    As the Tea Party becomes the new establishment, maybe libertarians will become the new tea party.

    1. Republicans spend more money and kill more freedom (and people) than Democrats. What possible reason do you have for wanting one in the White House?

      1. Boehner and Bush spent a lot of money. He’s gone because of that.

        To whatever extent we have resisted the urge to spend more, it has been because of the Tea Party. …certainly not because of the Democrats.

        The Democrats are the ideological enemies of fiscal restraint, and the Democrat candidates running are all ideologically hostile to capitalism is various ways.

        I wouldn’t vote for an anti-capitalist authoritarian, and all the Democrats running are authoritarian and committed anti-capitalists.

        1. Democrats practice fiscal restraint more, as I said. You just don’t like that they favor spending money on poor people instead of rich people and wars.

          The tea party is a bunch of ideologically incoherent racists morons.

          1. “Democrats practice fiscal restraint more”

            This is absurd.

            Do you imagine the government shutdown in 2013 was because the Republicans wanted to spend more money, but Obama and the Democrats shut down the government to stop them?

            You’re delusional.

            1. The 2013 shutdown was caused deliberately with the actions of Ted Cruz and the support of Heritage Action as a matter of political grandstanding and costing taxpayers as much as $20 billion and serving no other purpose in the end.

              1. “The 2013 shutdown [cost] taxpayers as much as $20 billion”

                What do you mean it “cost” taxpayers?

                We can’t cut spending becasue to do that, we have to shut down the government before the Democrats will listen, and that will “cost” the taxpayers?

                That’s the most convoluted bullshit excuse for logic I’ve read in a long time.

                Even worse for being written in defense of the argument that the Democrats are better on fiscal restraint.

                1. Yea that makes no sense. Govt shutdown somehow means the govt spent more than normal?

                  In 2010 when pubs took the house they somewhat reigned in spending relative to the dem congress. Now they are still spending a large quantity but relative to the dems they have more fiscal restraint

              2. At worst, the 2013 shutdown was managed by Obama to be the most annoying, inconvenient, and expensive shutdown he could possibly make it. Remember, he’s the one in charge of determining how the shutdown happens, not Congress. Closed parks, blah blah blah – 100% Administration, 0% Congress.

          2. Democrats practice fiscal restraint more? Arent you the one that yuk yuks all over govt spending? Therefore why arent you a republican?

          3. Tony i think you may be projecting. Specifically what makes the tea party racist and morons? What policies?

  27. Ding, dong, the wicked witch is dead!

    huhhuhboner.com

  28. Got to hand it to the Tea Partiers. They haven’t just been co-opted like I thought they would.

    1. The Tea Party was a reaction to TARP. TARP was Boehner’s baby.

      I’ve been saying it since the Tea Party victory gave Boehner the speakership: so long as Boehner remained Speaker, we knew that the Republicans weren’t really serious about cutting spending.

  29. My mission every day is to fight for a smaller, less costly, and more accountable government. Over the last five years, our majority has advanced conservative reforms that will help our children and their children. I am proud of what we have accomplished.

    The last sentence is the only one that is possibly true.

  30. The Republican party is eating itself alive pretty much on the schedule I predicted, minus the Trump factor.

    1. You’re fellating pretty much as usual. I didn’t even bother to predict it, because a) You aren’t worth predictions – and – b) Not much point to predicting certainties

    2. In what way are they eating themselves a live?

      Also bernie sanders looks to be the dem nominee 😉

  31. “My mission every day is to fight for a smaller, less costly, and more accountable government.”

    Then there is no conclusion to draw other than he has been an utter and complete abject failure at his stated “mission” as government has never gotten smaller, less costly or more accountable in the 25 years he’s been in office, let alone while he’s been speaker. Every deal he’s ever struck grew government.

  32. Good fucking riddance to the Orange Menace.

    This is the best thing he’s ever done for his country. Now he should do one better and resign his seat in congress as well.

    -jcr

    1. “To that end, I will resign the Speakership and my seat in Congress on October 30.”

      1. Ah, didn’t spot that part. Good news!

        -jcr

  33. “The first job of any Speaker is to protect this institution that we all love.”

    No shit. The political class exists for its own sake.

    That is some world class unawareness you have there Johnny. You go fuck yourself now!

    *smiles and gives the bird*

  34. My prediction: he’ll strike some Grand Bargain with Pelosi, Reid and McConnell. Pelosi will provide most of her caucus to support the deal and Boehner will be able to round up just enough Rs to have it pass.

    It’s shocking people in the Reason commentariat are cheering this move.

  35. Boehner is a good man and I agree with him about what I has seen from the White House stinks. It will change when Trump takes over. If Trump doesn’t get the job we will have the same old White House.

    1. Thanks. Some good sarc is always appreciated.

    2. I’m tired of cheering for someone because they’re a “good guy” or what not. I did that for Obama and have regretted it ever since.

      I don’t care if someone’s a dick, I want a problem solver who drastically cuts wasteful government spending, reigns in the out of control civil liberties violations, brings troops home, etc. Someone that works for the people and cares about us.

      Yeah I’ll be waiting a long time for that, but I can wish I suppose.

  36. He will not be missed other than as a toothache. i have no idea who will run for his seat but a real conservative would get a small check from me. A few thousand small checks makes a big difference.

  37. He’s going to change parties and run for president as a Democrat.

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