It is with interest that many have taken to watching the race in southern Ohio's 8th Congressional district, where newcomer Justin Coussoule has stood up to challenge U.S. Rep. Boehner in this fall's elections.
A former captain in the Army and a West Point grad and small business owner, Justin has a much better grasp on leadership than the allegedly golfing/drinking/lazy Boehner. OH-8 can make history and make America better in November.
It's too easy to dismiss John Boehner, Michele Bachmann, Sarah Palin, David Vitter, Virginia Foxx and even Rand Paul and Sharron Angle as merely a gaggle of crackpots and misanthropes unworthy of being taken seriously.
If Friday's filing of a lawsuit for fraud by the SEC against Goldman Sachs left the Wall Street banks feeling a little uneasy, they can always take comfort knowing that they have a rock solid champion and protector in John Boehner.
There have been rumbles lately about how teabaggers turned on Senate Robert Bennett (R-UT) and ended his political career because of his support for Bush's no-strings-attached Wall Street bailout bill in the fall of 2008. Bennett's not alone.