Undoubtedly, Sister Spartz hasn’t done much house-cleaning. In order to get organized when starting a new session – it is necessary to clean out the Pelosi cobwebs. Smart-mouthing gets you some unwanted attention; but, certainly, doesn’t make cohesion when working in the kitchen.
She must have been on the page CALLED the trouble-maker recipe – instead of being on Page 1 of how to build on-the- job relationships.
Or, maybe, she is too anxious to ‘get the ball” rolling since the Democrats haven’t been working in the office since the computer-generated Covid attack which is killing millions in the public.
True – she is telling the truth the Democrats have not been governing; but, McCarthy’s governing will be a big change for Democrats – especially, if they have to think.
GOP Congresswoman Destroys McCarthy: He ‘Needs to Stop Bread and Circuses in Congress and Start Governing for a Change’
How to lose friends
Story by Ken Meyer
Congresswoman Victoria Spartz (R-IN) called for House Speaker Kevin McCarthy to stop waging political warfare with Democrats and start focusing on governing the country.
McCarthy faces pressure from the GOP and opposition from Democrats over his pledges to remove Representatives Eric Swalwell (D-CA), Adam Schiff (D-CA) and Ilhan Omar (D-MN) from their committee assignments. The effort stems from political grudges that conservatives have held against the three lawmakers for years, but Spartz’s office released a statement on Tuesday to oppose the move to have them stricken from their committees.
Two wrongs do not make a right. Speaker Pelosi took unprecedented actions last Congress to remove Reps. Greene and Gosar from their committees without proper due process. Speaker McCarthy is taking unprecedented actions this Congress to deny some committee assignments to the Minority without proper due process again. As I spoke against it on the House floor two years ago, I will not support this charade again. Speaker McCarthy needs to stop “bread and circuses” in Congress and start governing for a change.
Spartz voted “present” during most of the ballots in the recent House Speaker election, but ultimately backed McCarthy on the 15th and final ballot to help give him the job he had long coveted.
Speaking “present” doesn’t require much thinking or decision-making. That selection means – she showed up. Now, let’s watch and see if she continues to “straddle the road.”
Again, speaking “present” doesn’t require much thinking or decision-making. That selection means – she showed up. Now, let’s watch and see if she continues to “straddle the road.”