The recent revelation of a House Freedom Caucus 'questionnaire for prospective candidates for the Speakers' position clears up why Republicans are terrified of being Speaker, and why there is no good outcome as long as Cruz's House Freedom Caucus is allowed to exist.
The two leading candidates for House speaker are mirror images and both will dutifully follow the Ted Cruz shut-down-the-government agenda
Every one of America's fiscal crises over the past three-and-a-half years is because Republicans refuse to do their jobs of conducting the nation's business.
Tea party Republicans who are willing to commit political suicide to punish the people for electing an African American man as President are in the same league as any extremist terrorist.
It can hardly be disputed that throughout Barack Obama's tenure as President, Republicans have not made one concession or presented one piece of legislation to benefit the people.
It's time for the Department of Justice to launch an investigation into the conservative plot to harm the US government and its financial solvency and they must start with the Koch brothers.
It is a sad commentary indeed that a group of anti-government terrorists have, in two years brought shame on a global leader like America because they cannot accept the results of an election.
It is safe to say most Americans expect Islamic extremists to launch terror attacks against innocent American citizens, but it is likely few expect a devastating attack from members of Congress.
One would think that the idea of deliberately crashing the economy would not garner much support, but an overwhelming majority of Republicans want their party to cause an economic catastrophe.
The concept of shutting down the government unless Republicans control the direction and vision of the nation is nothing less than criminal.