House GOP Retreats ... to the Eastern Shore
Capitol Briefing is on the move this morning, heading down to Maryland's Eastern Shore for the House Republican Conference's retreat, the first such meeting for most of these GOP lawmakers where they'll be convening as the minority party.
It should be an interesting couple days as Republicans mull over their November losses and try to figure out what went wrong and where to go from here. The big highlight: President Bush's arrival on Friday to speak to the Republican troops, many of whom blame their minority status on Bush's depressed approval ratings and growing opposition to the war in Iraq.
With a nod to The Fix's Wag the Blog feature, what do you, dear reader, expect Bush to tell House Republicans in Cambridge, Md., on Friday?
While the president's opening remarks will be public, the question-and-answer session with Republicans afterward will be in private. What single question would you pose to Bush, assuming you could be in the room along with all the House Republicans?
Best questions/comments will be picked up and run in Capitol Briefing on a future post or two.
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