Hey, Crenshaw, This Is Why McCarthy Is Not Speaker

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After Kevin McCarthy lost the first round of votes for Speaker, Rep. Crenshaw called the dissenters “narcissists” and “enemies.” He claimed they were only looking for acclaim. In fact, that’s Crenshaw’s ongoing problem. Pedro Gonzalez listed some of the reasons why McCarthy blew it and needs to go in case Crenshaw can’t figure it out himself..

  • McCarthy held crucial leadership roles in the House when Republicans held the presidency and both chambers of Congress, yet achieved very little.
  • Horowitz: McCarthy passed budget bills with Dem support during the Trump years. “Every single major budget bill that passed under McCarthy’s leadership as floor leader of the last GOP House, which was when the GOP controlled the trifecta and commanded full stewardship over the policies, was passed with more Democrat support than Republican support.”
  • “McCarthy not only failed on every single budget bill as floor leader during the era of trifecta control, but he literally passed bills that were so palatable to the Left that nearly every radical Democrat supported them, while any semi-conservative Republican opposed them.”
  • All this excludes the fact that the political machine around McCarthy spent millions of dollars *actively undermining* guys like Joe Kent ahead of the midterms.
  • washingtonpost.com: How Kevin McCarthy’s political machine worked to sway the GOP field Allies spent millions in a sometimes secretive effort to weed out candidates who could cause the House leader trouble or jeopardize GOP victories in November.
  • McCarthy already had his chance. He completely blew it. Worse than that, he used his position to attack people to his right. His big sell before the midterm elections was “entitlement reform.”
  • washingtonpost.com: GOP to use the debt limit to force spending cuts, McCarthy says. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) said he wouldn’t “predetermine” whether debt ceiling discussions, including Medicare and Social Security changes.

Crenshaw is resorting to the same tactics as Democrats – calling us names to shut us up.

Here’s Crenshaw showing where his heart lies:


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Mark
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Mark
1 year ago

Social Security is NOT an entitlement. It is funded totally by employee and employer contributions. The only thing “entitlement” about it was that politicians thought they were entitled to raiding the trust fund and wasting it all away. Now they whine that just the interest payments that the government owes SS are too much so it needs reforming. If you are a politician, you can call SS an entitlement…at your own risk.

duke
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duke
1 year ago

Crenshaw is a lying POS and bs’d is way into congress. I still don’t believe he is still in office.

GuvGeek
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GuvGeek
1 year ago

Crenshaw is such a disappointment. McCarthy is a RINO and can’t escape that fact. The Conservatives want to send a message to the Deep State by going after a RINO like McCarthy. McCarthy won’t go after the Deep State, so it that’s the case the Conservative might as well just settle for Uniparty Speaker. McCarthy, who was a failure as Speaker in the past, has now proven that he will but his ambitions above Country.

Last edited 1 year ago by GuvGeek
Manfred
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Manfred
1 year ago

I’m disgusted my state sends Crenshaw to Congress.

jack johnson
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jack johnson
1 year ago
Reply to  Manfred

I’m disgusted by many of your state’s politicians…..your state is killing “America”.

Save America
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Save America
1 year ago

We’re sick and tired of these imposter Republicans.