Mr. Boehner is playing the dangerous game of trying to placate the extremists for a few days. But, in the end, the burden will be squarely on his shoulders. If he allows the entire House, including Democrats, to vote on straightforward measures to pay for the government and raise the debt limit, the double crisis will instantly end. If he does not, he will give free rein to his party’s worst impulses.
“Well, I’ve never said that I supported government shutdown, and I don’t want to shutdown the government nor does any Republican.”
In January, radio host Andrea Tantaros ask Cotton directly whether he was prepared to shut down the federal government if congressional Republicans and the president find themselves at an impasse during upcoming debates over federal spending priorities.
“I think we have to be,” Cotton replied. “We have to be willing to draw the line."
Ah..Friend of Morgan chimes in, but the citation remains unfootnoted in the NB CV.
And another myth about your lovely Natural State bites the dust. Amidst all the awful…
bearfacts, the answer to your question is right under your nose (the where, the when,…