Mike Lee, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz Chart ‘Road to Majority’

Josh Seigel
The Daily Signal
6/19/2014

Three prominent Republican senators – all rumored presidential candidates in 2016 – today projected their visions for the future of the party during the first day of the Road to Majority conference in Washington…

…The Daily Signal highlights some quotes and other moments from the senators at the opening of the three-day Road to Majority conference, sponsored by the Faith and Freedom Coalition and touted as the “premier event for people of faith and conservative activists.”…

 

 

Read the complete article at The Daily Signal.

 

 
Related: Lee to Offer Amendment to Keep Housing Decisions in Local Hands

Today, Senator Mike Lee announced his plans to offer an amendment that would block funding for a regulation that allows the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to dictate local zoning requirements in any community across the country…

Tea Party Congressman Laments: Today Was “Our Best Shot”

…In picking McCarthy, Cantor’s next in line and someone who shares a similar ideological profile with the ousted Virginian, the GOP conference chose to continue its current path, at least in personnel.

“I gave a speech to a couple Republican groups this weekend — not Tea Party groups — this is Republican, in my district. And they were all cheering about Eric losing. I don’t think any of them know Eric, but I think they just saw it as, finally the people are fighting back. Fairly or unfairly. And I think when news of this gets out, I think a lot of people are going to say ‘these guys just don’t get it up there,’” DeSantis said…

…“I’ve heard from many members who say they want to challenge the team in November. From my perspective, our best shot for making a change was today, not November,” said Rep. Justin Amash (R-MI), who played a key role in the effort to oust Boehner in early 2013…

 

 

Update: Instapundit:

IS HE AN IMPROVEMENT ON CANTOR? ONLY BECAUSE HE KNOWS WHAT HAPPENED TO CANTOR. Kevin McCarthy Elected GOP Leader.

Related: Rep. Scalise Wins Majority Whip Race.

 

 

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