Deace: The Day the Music Died
By: Steve Deace
This is the worst column I've ever had to write, because it's about Jody Hice.
A man I thought I knew. A man I had high hopes for. A man of God. An actual Southern Baptist pastor who graduated from the same seminary as my wife--Luther Rice Seminary in Atlanta, Georgia.
See, he's only been a congressman for about 15 minutes, but it appears we've already lost him to the system. And on his first official vote, no less. That sure didn't take long. Maybe that's a record or something. Sadly, he's going to share it with several others.
Hice was one of several freshmen Republicans who despite pledging not to do so, voted to re-elect John Boehner, perhaps the best Speaker of the House the Democrats have ever had. The same John Boehner who has gone out of his way to punish conservatives and push through the Obama agenda, even to the point of repeatedly passing legislation through his chamber a majority of the majority Republicans oppose. The same John Boehner a super majority of Republicans nationwide just said in a recent poll they opposed as Speaker.
(Steve Deace is a nationally-syndicated talk show host and the author of “Rules for Patriots: How Conservatives Can Win Again.” You can like him on Facebook or follow him on Twitter @SteveDeaceShow.)