The soon to be former leader of the Republican Party establishment in Washington, D.C. took his whining to a Sunday morning talk show, CBS-“Face the Nation” where he pointed the finger at fellow Republicans labeling them “false prophets” while accusing peers of “over promising what can be done in government.” (approx. 04:10 of video)
Boehner said, ‘You know, the Bible says beware of false prophets, and there are people out there spreading noise about how much can get done. I mean this whole idea that you are going to shutdown government to get rid of ObamaCare in 2013. This plan never had a chance.’
He added, ‘We got groups here in town, members of the House and Senate here in town, who whip people into a frenzy believing they can accomplish things that they know — they know! — are never going to happen….’
I suspect that whining, hating, bitter Boehner will do something during the next 30 or so days that will outrage Republican voters to the point that Boehner would have no alternate but to leave but the first order of the day will be to go golfing with Barack Obama.