Chris Wallace said that "top" republicans were feeding him bad stuff on Ted Cruz in advance of an interview with the Texas senator who is serving as the burr under the GOP saddle on the continuing resolution bill which de-funds Obamacare. Rand Paul's family member serving as Mitch McConnell's manager is holding his nose.
John Boehner was bullied by members of his caucus into supporting a bill in the house that everybody knew was dead on arrival in the Senate, just so some of the House members could avoid primaries next spring.
Even ideas that have broad GOP support are getting bad mouthed by the likes of our mop headed Congressman from the fourth district in Kentucky.
And now Sarah Palin has all but threatened Senate republicans over their upcoming vote on the "De-Fund Obamacare" bill.
Every day the GOP's future hangs in the balance. And every day those in power fight among themselves.
The GOP might soon become so dysfunctional that there will no longer be any effective check upon the Obama left and their march toward total control.
It's time for republicans to start paying much closer attention to what their elected members are doing.