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You might not remember, the late Rep. Charlie Rose, D-N. C., and former Rep. Tom Reynolds, R-NY
You would certainly notice when she was speaker of the house of representatives.
It was not long ago, as a political scenario was climbed, in the Rose and Reynolds, to the Speakership. It is not going to happen. But it looked like a reasonable bet at the time.
What upended the lines of Rose and Reynolds Speaker ‘ s suite?
To many non-linear, unconnected events.
Kind of like the wing beat of a butterfly’s wings in Asia creates a F5 tornado in the Oklahoma Panhandle.
A pinprick of a phenomenon, culminating in an unpredictable consequential damages verdict later.
The policy is full of those that you want to “be.” There was a time in the early 1990s, as many thought, Rose could create, House Speaker Tom Foley, D-Wash.,
Foley lost re-election in 1994. The may opening of Rose’s. But the Republicans also wrested control of the house from the Democrats for the first time in four decades that year. Rose called for then house Democratic leader Dick Gephardt, D-Mo., for his post. Gephardt handily defeated Rose 150-50.
There was a time in the mid-2000s, many members of Congress handicap golfers good money placed on Tom Reynolds, speaker of the house. House majority Leader Tom DeLay, R-Texas, facing ethics and criminal law issues. A scandal about a member sending inappropriate text messages to House pages helped torpedo then-speaker of the house of representatives, Dennis Hastert, R-Ill. – years ago, we have learned that Hastert other Luggage.
And then the Republicans lost the house in the midterm elections of 2006.
That was the end of the “Speaker Reynolds.”
Until Tuesday night, at least a tributary of the time the following is shown:
It is 1:30 PM ET at the 3. January 2018. The house of representatives to start just tap and Rep. Joe Crowley, D-NY, as a speaker to 116th Congress.
A “blue wave” of anti-Trump sentiment cascaded voting booths in the disputed districts in Virginia, Pennsylvania, Florida, California, Texas, Colorado, and Washington. Along this particular continuum, Democrats in the house won, thanks in part to the success of the fashion candidate rates in your party. As A Result, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., not the votes to return to the Speakership. House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer, D-Md., was not in the mix.
A couple of waves in the time away, there is a different scenario. It is the 3. January and Crowley of the new Congress begins to whip as House majority Leader or the majority. Or, perhaps the Minority Leader or minority whip. It all is dependent on a number of probabilities hinge on the midterm elections and the future of Pelosi and Hoyer.
But these stories will not happen now. This is because Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez happened to Joe Crowley on Tuesday night in the New York Democratic primaries.
Great things were in store for Crowley. But in the end, butterflies in the Bronx and Queens had other ideas.
A turning point came for Crowley, not long after the 2016 midterm elections. House Democrats had to be hopping mad about Pelosi and the abyss of depth, by the Democrats in the House competitions. Democrats want to not only anoint Pelosi as a leader.
Many Democrats thought Crowley offered enough to weigh in on in the various wings of the Democratic Caucus to challenge Pelosi. Hoyer wouldn’t go after Pelosi, when she ran. Crowley was also elected to sit on the sidelines. At the end, Rep. Tim Ryan, D-Ohio, delivery, pulls back 63 Yes votes from Pelosi in her bid, as house Minority Leader. To be sure, Pelosi would be have been hard to come by. But that’s like climbing Crowley’s best-shot, the guide-wire.
A possible Crowley would have victory, drove him to a high wait. He would be the highest elected Democratic official in the country, in addition to Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-New York, One wonders how much turbulence the wings of a butterfly can have under these circumstances.
None of this is new. Keep in mind that the former House majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va., should it be former House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, to succeed. That was the case until the Republic of Dave Brat, R-Va., happened to Cantor.
Brat’s victory was a turning point for the house Republicans. Boehner was in search of the exit from the Congress. Brat’s defeat of Cantor upended these plans. And then, when Boehner finally decide, indeed, to redeem, House majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., mysteriously withdrew, probably to focus.
Minutes after McCarthy speaker of the house of representatives Paul Ryan, R-drawn, Wis., said, he would not run for speaker…
To Ryan two weeks later, guiled Vice versa, of course, in the work of GOPers. You knew the party was on the verge of an internal bloodbath over the to fill the void.
Most have forgotten there was a world foreign campaigns for speaker, Rep. Dan Webster, R-Fla., and the former Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah. It is unclear whether or not a Webster or Chaffetz Speakership exists along the folds of the time. But these membranes are thinner in comparison to the more robust chances of someone like Crowley.
There are a lot of Democratic uproar over Pelosi, and possibly Hoyer now. That is why many believed that the timing was perfect for Crowley. One can never rule out Hoyer as a potential successor to Pelosi. But over the years, there was a long list of people not named Hoyer, Pelosi seemed to groom as a potential successor. But the political landscape is littered with a lot of Democrats that should be “actually.”
Former Rep. Rahm Emanuel, D-Ill., is now mayor of Chicago. Former Rep. Chris Van Hollen, D-Md., Sen. Chris Van Hollen, D-Md is now. Former Republic of Steve Israel, D-NY, pulled back, and now writes novels. Former Rep. Xavier Becerra, D-Calif., California Attorney General is now.
So, Crowley is out of the mix. Nothing a vacuum, like politics abhors. So imagine the geometric growth of the potential for a further group of deputies, now sensing an opportunity: the aforementioned Tim Ryan, together with repetitions. Linda Sanchez, D-Calif., Cheri Bustos, D-Ill., Cedric Richmond, D-La., Marcia Fudge, D-Ohio, Barbara Lee, D-Calif., Seth Moulton, D-Mass., Pete Aguilar, D-Calif., Hakeem Jeffries, D-NY, Ruben Gallego, D-Ariz., Katherine Clark, D-Mass., Derek Kilmer, D-Wash., Dan Kildee, D-Mich.,…and probably a few others.
Who knows who is the wind, where – if anywhere? The Democrats have not yet once in the “on” – phase.
This is determine why it is almost impossible to, who is rising in Congress leadership fight. It is “particle” – policy, where the results are determined on the sub-atomic level of policy.
Legendary Science Fiction author Harlan Ellison died just this week. Ellison is known for writing what is considered the best Star Trek episode of all time: “The city on the edge of eternity.”
Captain Kirk travels through a time portal and finds himself in the 1930s in Manhattan. Kirk falls in love in a Depression-era social worker, played by Joan Collins. Kirk has a choice: continue the romance and let his love die in a car accident. He chooses the latter. She had lived in Collins character later, a global pacifist movement. Collins survival would inadvertently help the Nazis win the second world war. But after Kirk leaves them to die, time resumed its usual flight path and the allies defeat the Nazis in the war.
In other words, sometimes there are reasons things are the way they are doing it.
Tax reform without Paul Ryan at the top? Maybe there is a reason not to revise why Congress, the tax code for 30 years. Maybe Pelosi should return, in order to confuse the Speakership with Trump? Or is the fate of Steny Hoyer? And maybe Kevin McCarthy, nor shall a speaker be. He was simply not to be house speaker in 2015.
Charlie Rose and Tom Reynolds and Eric Cantor and Joe Crowley all have something in common: they were supposed to be speaker of the house of representatives.
Until they were not.
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