NH Bishop a Political Football

Wow. The GOP is really positioning itself as anti-bishop. Another New Hampshire Republican lays into the state’s bishop.

Former GOP Rep Kevin Smith:

As a side note, I would also just say that the perceived lack of prudence and respect for the position on the part of some of the newly elected representatives this year has been very troubling and is not what I would consider to be representative of traditional conservatism.

Along with being an elected official in the House, despite it being a nearly volunteer job, comes an awesome responsibility to represent the people in a manner that is both dignified and honors the timeless decorum of the institution. I understand that many in the House are new to the process this year, but that does not excuse some of the unbecoming behavior that conservatives like myself are growing very weary of.

The Dems poke back. Harrell Kirstein:

What is going on with Republicans in the House? They are out of control, and it is evident there is a lack of maturity and leadership. Will a leader in the Republican Party come forward and address this madness, or will House Republicans continue to run wild?

Aw shucks. This whole thing is about Republicans Gone Wild.

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Todd and his family live in Ames, Iowa. He serves a Catholic parish of both Iowa State students and town residents.
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One Response to NH Bishop a Political Football

  1. John Drake says:

    I’m not sure it’s fair to say “the GOP” is positioning itself. A few amateur NH Republicans appear to be doing so.

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