This will make Republican politics more fun to watch, though probably less fun for actual, role-playing Republicans. "Got an ID card? No, not those ugly orange ones. Ours are bright red," and so on.
And if the GOP vote splits in the primaries, won't the Democrats have a better chance of winning back the House, which the GOP now controls? And in 2016? Three national candidates instead of two?
On a good day, politics can be more fun than cards.
Saturday, August 9, 2014
AUGUST 1, 2014
It's happened. Republicans lost a vote in the House of Representatives on Thursday even though they have a majority there. They lost because their majority split in two--moderates versus more conservative, Tea Party types.