K-Mac Is Really Bad At His Job, Part Infinity

Rudderless Republicans

K-Mac’s Political Machine Hard At Work

K-Mac’s hapless campaign to become the next Speaker just got a bit haplesser (is too a wurd!), as Tiger Beat on the Potomac (thanks Charlie!) email thingie reports:

BIGGS ROCKS McCARTHY’S SPEAKERSHIP HOPES — For weeks, attempts to block House GOP Leader KEVIN McCARTHY’s bid to become speaker have been waved aside with a dismissive reply: “You can’t beat somebody with nobody.”

“But you can beat a nobody with a somebody.” Oops, I interrupted.

Today, McCarthy’s opponents got a “somebody” of their own, as Rep. ANDY BIGGS (R-Ariz.) announced his candidacy in a scorching op-ed for the Daily Caller: “I’m Running To Replace Kevin McCarthy As House Speaker And Break The Establishment.”

“The Left wants to see a McCarthy Speakership, as outgoing Majority Whip [JIM] CLYBURN said,” Biggs writes. “Establishment Republicans want to see a continuation of the Swamp, as PAUL RYAN has endorsed McCarthy for speaker. … We will never defeat or change the status quo, which is taking us to the Leftist’s vision of America, by selecting a status quo candidate as the third most powerful person in the government.”

OK, so it’s not just K-Mac doesn’t have the votes he needs, he now has an opponent.

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3 Responses to K-Mac Is Really Bad At His Job, Part Infinity

  1. Well a Biggs speakership will transform the House from a dumpster fire to a full on dumpster fire sharknado. He is the AZ House speaker who literally locked all the Democrats out of the chambers while the Republican members came up with the state budget…then couldn’t pass it because he had to get every Republican member to vote for it because they had a one-vote majority.

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  2. roket says:

    The left wants to see a K-Mac Speakership? Um, no we don’t.

    Reminds me of a game of limbo. How low can you go?

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