(Worthy News) - Even some of the staunchest anti-establishment Tea Party Republicans in the House admit they don't have a viable plan to unseat House Speaker John Boehner.
And despite an increase in Capitol Hill hallway chatter about a shake up, there are no talks about an attempt to remove the House GOP leadership, conservatives tell the Washington Examiner.
"I can tell you there is no plan by any group, that on a certain date there is going to be any move to do anything about leadership," Rep. John Fleming, R-La., told the Examiner.
Conservatives are even dismissing an attempt earlier this summer by Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., to unseat Boehner. Instead, they said, it was merely as symbolic move to register discontent. [ Source ]
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