Ya see boys, this is what you get by falling asleep at the wheel
The moderate wing of the GOP is concerned that if the House cannot coalesce behind Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) or someone like him as speaker, some of the more pragmatic members of the caucus will retire, the National Journal reported Monday.
“Depending on how this shakes out, you may see some Main Street members retire,” Sarah Chamberlain -- chief operating and financial officer for the Republican Main Street Partnership, which supports moderate GOP lawmakers -- told the National Journal. "They’re hoping for a Ryan-type candidate. But if it’s not and it becomes a huge mess, why be sitting here?”
At first we said, psst, there are some crazy folks over there
You replied "We got this, no worries"
Then you saw just how fucking crazy they were.
Then you drove your heads deeply into the Astroturf.
You realize it only now?
Toy, Pram, Out
HA HA HA HA HA HA
Yer gonna git Trump, or maybe even the craziest of them all, Carson.