|House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, says Republicans' harsh treatment of the Obama administration is because of the administration's stonewalling, not race.
|House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, says "we need to continue to look at" ways to keep guns out of the hands of the mentally ill.
|House Republican leaders say President Obama's health care law, with its 30-hour-per-week definition of full-time employment, is driving down wages and hurting the economy.
|On the latest adjustment to Obamacare's fine print, House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, asks, "What the hell is this, a joke?"
Sen. Lindsey Graham was heard on open mic offering to "help" Secretary of State John Kerry with Speaker John Boehner.
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|House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, blames his party's Tuesday victory in a special congressional election on a pro-growth, anti-Obamacare message.
|House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, calls on the president to ramp up domestic natural gas production to decrease Russia's leverage in the energy market.
House Speaker John A. Boehner has joined fellow Republican leaders in calling for a full delay of Obamacare for everyone, after the White House tweaked the law once more on Thursday by allowing people who recently lost coverage to buy a catastrophic plan if they cannot afford a better one on the law’s health exchanges.
“The administration’s action does nothing to address the problems at the center of the president’s health care law, or to help the families suffering its consequences,” the Ohio Republican said.
The poll numbers continue to get worse for President Obama. This week, he suffered from the worst ratings of his presidency. CBS News reported an approval rating of only 37%, while CNN showed the President at a 41% approval rating. On the issue of Obamacare, the American people are extremely unhappy, giving the President’s signature program only a 31% approval rating in the CBS poll.
The fallout from the government shutdown debacle has been devastating to the Republican Party. Poll results show the party is viewed negatively by 70% of the American people. In addition, Congress has only a 5% approval rating, the lowest in history. While Democrats control the Senate and are also unpopular, the media has focused their blame for the shutdown on the Republican Party.