In McCarthy Negotiations, GOP Landed On ‘Most Significant Win For Conservatives In A Decade’
Emily Jashinsky, The Federalist
From 30,000 feet, a four-day delay in the House speaker vote is hardly the outrage pundits
framed it as. The rules package is mostly unobjectionable institutionalism. Sure, it’s remarkable HFC won these concessions, but only because party leadership in D.C. is so unaccustomed to losing. The press painted all of the HFC with the same broad brush and missed the real story: They out-negotiated leadership and changed the House in a serious way.