YES! They will try harder to appeal to the Tea Party.
NO! They’re already catering to the far Right


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bfreedom 8 years 41 weeks ago

Yes, it seems that the right is going harder right as the whole of the country is going left.

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trueblue313 8 years 41 weeks ago

Just glad he's gone. !!!!!!!!!!

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mart17565 8 years 41 weeks ago

Should Kevin McCarthy become the new House majority leader it could mean that the Repubs will actually come to their senses and will marginalize the TP wackos as much as possible. People like Cantor should be in charge of nothing. They should be told to stop acting like spoiled children, sit down, and shut up. Maybe I am just a dreamer. :o)

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