Gov. Brian Sandoval Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval has signed a letter with Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee urging House Speaker John Boehner and Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi to pass the Senate's renewal of the federally funded unemployment compensation program that expired in December. Show More Summary
A longshot challenger to Speaker of the House John Boehner is trying to use penis jokes to win election.
NPR reports: OK, there was former Sen. Bob Dole pitching Viagra years ago. But he was already out of office when he became a spokesman for the virility drug. Now comes long-shot candidate J.D. Winteregg, a Tea Party-oriented primaryShow More Summary
Incredible as it may seem, someone has finally come up some new puerile jokes about Speaker of the House John Boehner's (R-Ohio) last name. In a campaign spot called "When the Moment is Right," Boehner's Tea Party primary challenger, high school teacher J.D. Show More Summary
By Richard K. Barry Who: The J.D. Winteregg campaign. Where: Ohio's 8th Congressional District - web ad. What's going on: Mr. Winteregg is a Tea Party-backed candidate running agains House Speaker John Boehner (R). Just because someone had to, Winteregg produced an ad positioning himself as the answer to "electile dysfunction." Get it. Show More Summary
J.D. Winteregg sure knows how to get your attention. Not in a USAirways #NSFW kinda way, mind you. (Sorry, folks, you’re just going to have to Google search that one — from home.) But pretty close. Winteregg, seeking to unseat House Speaker John A. Boehner (R) from the Ohio congressional seat he has held since […]
(CNN) - It's not the first time House Speaker John Boehner's name has been used to make a sophomoric sex joke, but it could be the most memorable. The Ohio Republican's primary opponent, tea party-backed J.D. Winteregg, is using Boehner's name in a parody themed campaign ad, which accuses the longtime congressman of having "Electile […]
Apparently, some people think Speaker John Boehner is too far to the left. Those people are now running against Boehner, and putting together weird commercials framed as Viagra ads: This ad isn't quite as crazy as Jodi Ernst's hog-castrating video, but it does end with someone vomiting, random violence, and stink-face. Show More Summary
J.D. Winteregg is trying to unseat John Boehner by running against him in a Republican primary. His ad accuses Boehner of being limp because of “electile dysfunction.” And it tells you what to do if you have a “Boehner lasting longer than 23 years.” “If you have a Boehner lasting more than 23 years, seek […]
There's really only one joke in J.D. Winteregg's new ad against House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH), but he got the most out of it.
Russia makes provocative moves against a US warship; John Boehner returns from a secret trip to Afghanistan; and using an E-ZPass turns out to be not quite so easy after all. From WaPo to WJLA, here are the stories that are leading your homepages today, after the jump… continued… New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.
As if anyone ever found Congress arousing.
Republican delegation's visit comes as presidential elections continue, and as U.S. officials weigh how many—if any—American troops to leave in the country after the end of the year, when U.S. operations there are set to conclude
House Speaker John Boehner (R., Ohio) and a group of senior House Republicans visited Afghanistan Sunday and Monday to assess the country’s political progress during its presidential elections.
New York immigrant families and advocates threw House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) on Monday the kind of welcoming party he so richly deserves: They rallied outside a fund-raiser he was hosting in Manhattan to protest his insulting indifference to the suffering of immigrant families and his unconscionable passivity on immigration reform.
Oh noes! There's a Tea party revolt underfoot in the House of Representatives and they have Speaker John Boehner's scalp in their sights as being reported by the National Journal: Several dozen frustrated House conservatives are scheming...Show More Summary
Despite all the talk about ousting the current Republican Speaker of the House, his position is pretty secure. The post John Boehner Isn’t Going Anywhere appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Tim Alberta covers it: The conservatives’ exasperation with leadership is well known. And now, in discreet dinners at the Capitol Hill Club and in winding, hypothetical-laced email chains, they’re trying to figure out what to do about it. Some say it’s enough to coalesce behind—and start whipping votes for—a single conservative leadership candidate. Others want to cut […]
This weekend’s Republican Mainstreet Partnership PAC retreat on Amelia Island in Florida, even as it has been reported that Speaker John Boehner would not attend the event, presumably because of all the scrutiny the event has garnered. Show More Summary
Extremists Looking To Oust Boehner (via http://crooksandliars.com) House conservatives appear to be much more focused this time around on pushing John Boehner out of the Speaker’s chair sooner rather than later. National Journal is reporting that 50 or so House conservatives are looking to oust Boehner and install…