Politico notes that Congressional Republicans are unable to figure out how to deal with themselves before they have to deal with President Obama.
A year to the day since Ohio’s John Boehner and 87 eager freshmen took Washington by storm, House Republicans are bruised from battle, irritated with each other and have lost trust in their leadership.
The president whose agenda they came to Washington to stop is vowing to spend the year scoring political points against Republicans now, and they don’t have much leverage against him.
Now, they’re trying to figure out how to revamp their agenda to find much needed political and policy victories in advance of the November election.
Trip them enough that they could lose their majority? The New York Times explores that question.But the first few weeks of 2012 are brimming with issues that could trip up the GOP majority.
Yes, politics can be strange at times, but the GOP losing the House? Amid signs that they could in fact hold the House and gain the Senate?