Wednesday, October 12, 2016

The Rules Off The Sleeve's Receipt Is A Civics Class^A^Call To In Gauge Meant Of Civility At The Etiquette Of The Defining Read Or Read Language Of What Meel??

The politics in the long lathe of thousands and thousands of cheese to incense,
the scoop of that slow moving scale of the low grind,
as words heave to chant the charge on deep be signed to stagger the American at the See.

The deed to a Constitution on the declaration,
Founding chorus of what is striking name and not the frigid freeze of popularity,
on that ease of Freedom to the speak of rising dough as the rocks of carving a Baa.

In the plaster of what pasture did the We the people make format to destroy the order,
to what is a fountain at present on October 12, 2016,
the time is on Wares??

The clock is now a party of Division,
the math to what is a side??,
then why did for the shipping of knew land bother the nettle at all??,
should the democratic parade be filled-in with do it as you case,
to library brought the bone of jail's prison not the sentence of expression to a spin.

These exasperate some kind of feeling that makes the shale barf a volcanic smile,
as the universal kick must now know the dirt of dust in a stars mile at the big bang rail,
to sciences and the encyclopedia of rice,
rivers creek to rain in that flash flood of an on the gravels stone.

Peep Pole,
a cave to memorize the bridge to that seen in the whites of the eyes of cent,
poking at the shoulder by throwing verbs to nouns at an adjective as the compound chatter??,
what inches such tucks??,
the punctuation of the examination upon repeat of the Middle Ages to planks??,
the drowning of whom at the Flat World scene of the charge to angle of theme??

For that is the thought that religions has had a fundamentalist average in ankle,
produce the app. pull to that tend of the guard^in as process of a or uh fence,
than trample the verbal vernacular with curdled cream of milk and tree^coal,
the IM Burrs,
a massage of that is the exercise the stew.

The date is figures,
the balance is bough lean,
that rise is the dough burr Men,
to that is the spice of who^tour's,
add the Fries and the Toast,
a reality on sweep pen to what is wash in tons,
or is it just the veal on a cattles stall to say that The Whip has standing and is not a crop to a bail lean??

Party leaders of the United States House of Representatives

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This article is about political party leaders of the House. For the Speaker, see Speaker of the United States House of Representatives.
Majority Leader
(Republican Leader)
House of Representatives
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Kevin McCarthy (Calif.-23)

since August 1, 2014
Inaugural holderSereno E. Payne
Minority Leader
(Democratic Leader)
House of Representatives
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Nancy Pelosi (Calif.-12)

since January 3, 2011
Inaugural holderJoseph Weldon Bailey
Majority Whip
(Republican Whip)
House of Representatives
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Steve Scalise (La.-1)

since August 1, 2014
Inaugural holderJames Albertus Tawney
Minority Whip
(Democratic Whip)
House of Representatives
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Steny Hoyer (Md.-5)

since January 3, 2011
Inaugural holderOscar Underwood
Party leaders and whips of the United States House of Representatives, also known as floor leaders, are elected by their respective parties in a closed-door caucusby secret ballot.[1] The current party leaders are: Majority (Republican) Leader Kevin McCarthy, Majority (Republican) Whip Steve Scalise, Minority (Democratic) LeaderNancy Pelosi, and Minority (Democratic) Whip Steny Hoyer.
Although the media frequently uses the term "Minority Leader" for the House leader of the party holding a minority of seats, the U.S. House of Representatives does not officially use this term; it instead uses the respective term "Republican Leader" or "Democratic Leader."[citation needed]

Job description[edit]

Unlike in Westminster style legislatures or as with the Senate Majority Leader, the House Majority Leader's duties and prominence vary depending upon the style and power of the Speaker of the House. Typically, the Speaker does not participate in debate and rarely votes on the floor. In some cases, Majority Leaders have been more influential than the Speaker; notably Tom DeLay who was more prominent than Speaker Dennis Hastert. In addition, Speaker Newt Gingrich delegated to Dick Armeyan unprecedented level of authority over scheduling legislation on the House floor.[2]
The current Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, of the United States House of Representatives serves as floor leader of the opposition party, and is the counterpart to the Majority Leader. Unlike the Majority Leader, the Minority Leader is on the ballot for Speaker of the House during the convening of the Congress. If the Minority Leader's party takes control of the House, and the party officers are all re-elected to their seats, the Minority Leader is usually the party's top choice for Speaker for the next Congress, while the Minority Whip is typically in line to become Majority Leader. The Minority Leader usually meets with the Majority Leader and the Speaker to discuss agreements on controversial issues.
The Speaker, Majority Leader, Minority Leader, Majority Whip and Minority Whip all receive special office suites in the United States Capitol.


The floor leaders and whips of each party are elected by their respective parties in a closed-door caucus by secret ballot.[citation needed] The Speaker-elect is also chosen in a closed-door session although they are formally installed in their position by a public vote when Congress reconvenes.[1]
Like the Speaker of the House, the Minority Leaders are typically experienced lawmakers when they win election to this position. WhenNancy Pelosi, D-CA, became Minority Leader in the 108th Congress, she had served in the House nearly 20 years and had served asminority whip in the 107th Congress. When her predecessor, Richard Gephardt, D-MO, became minority leader in the 104th House, he had been in the House for almost 20 years, had served as chairman of the Democratic Caucus for four years, had been a 1988 presidential candidate, and had been majority leader from June 1989 until Republicans captured control of the House in the November 1994 elections. Gephardt's predecessor in the minority leadership position was Robert Michel, R-IL, who became GOP Leader in 1981 after spending 24 years in the House. Michel's predecessor, Republican John Rhodes of Arizona, was elected Minority Leader in 1973 after 20 years of House service.
By contrast, party leaders of the United States Senate have often ascended to their position despite relatively few years of experience in that chamber,[citation needed] such as Lyndon B. JohnsonWilliam F. Knowland, and Bill Frist. Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor also had a comparatively quick rise to the post and was the youngest House Majority Leader in American history. Cantor was also the first Jewish party leader in either chamber.[citation needed]


The House Majority Leader's duties vary, depending upon the political makeup of the majority caucus. In several recent sessions of Congress with the notable exception of the Pelosi speakership, the Majority Leader has been primarily responsible for scheduling the House floor's legislative calendar and direct management for all House committees.
One statutory duty, per 19 U.S.C. § 2191(c)(1), stipulates that an implementing bill submitted by the President of the United States for afast-track negotiating authority (trade promotion authority) trade agreement must be introduced (by request) in the House by the Majority Leader of the House.


Before 1899, the majority party floor leader had traditionally been the Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, the most powerful committee in the House, as it generates the Bills of Revenue specified in the Constitution . . . . . . . .read more at
and at link too Whip Politics: whip is an official in a political party whose primary purpose is to ensure discipline in a legislature. Whips are the party's "enforcers", who typically offer inducements and threaten party members to ensure that they participate according to the official party policy. A whip's role is also to ensure that the elected representatives of their party are in attendance when important votes are taken. The usage comes from the hunting term "whipping in", i.e. preventing hounds from wandering away from the pack.
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