Rep. Jeb Hensarling Won’t Run for Re-election in 2018



WASHINGTON, DC — Yet another establishment insider has announced he won’t run for re-election in 2018, Republican Rep. Jeb Hensarling of Texas.

Tuesday afternoon, Washington Examiner Senior Political Correspondent David Drucker posted news of Hensarling’s retirement: MORE


SNIP:  Does anyone else see a resemblance?

11 Comments on Rep. Jeb Hensarling Won’t Run for Re-election in 2018

  1. Are all of these quitters going to run as independents, just to split the vote and spoil it for true conservative candidates? I heard that Flake was going to do that, and I wouldn’t put it past the nevertrumpers to be that bitter and destructive. I bet Erick Erickson is working on that scenario right now.

  2. “Another one bites the dust …”
    Good riddance to bad rubbish.

    This guy was in the news about a year ago, but I can’t recall what it was all about.
    Oh, well … when one parasitic maggot goes, another five are lined up behind …

    izlamo delenda est …

  3. I love watching President Trump’s Whack A Swamp Critter, game. The RINO blocks of 💩 see the deplorables’ handwriting all over their useless, lying, complicit butts!


    I knew it! All people forced to spend time with their family pretend they are looking forward to spending time with their family.

    All the P.R. people give them this template.

    Throughout this time, my family has graciously sacrificed for my service. As the parents of two teenagers, Melissa and I know there are only a few years left before they leave and make their own way in life. I want to be there for those years. Since my term as Chairman of the House Financial Services Committee comes to an end next year, the time seems right for my departure.

    Whatever buddy, just get out.

  5. I looked at the county numbers in the ’16 presidential election. Except for the recently redistricted portion of Dallas County, which is the most populous area of the Texas 5th (and carried clinton), Anderson, Henderson, Cherokee and Kaufman counties were all strong behind POTUS Trump — in the high 70%, nearly 80%. I didn’t tote up the non-Dallas county numbers, but it looks like, overall, the 5th would be a wave election favoring a Trump-supporting candidate. And now, after nine months of BLM, antifa and the rest, even that portion of Dallas county in the 5th may be persuaded to vote conservative.

    I trust Bannon to make sure we’ve got another Roy Moore down there. 🙂

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