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While one member of South Carolina’s congressional delegation is offering Barack Obama’s administration help in pulling U.S. House Speaker John Boehner even further to the ideological left, another is publicly speculating as to whether the fiscally liberal “Republican” has the votes to retain his leadership position.

U.S. Rep. Jeff Duncan (R-South Carolina) told Breitbart’s Jonathan Strong he’s not sure Boehner will be back in the Speaker’s chair come 2015.

“My sense at the present time is that the Speaker doesn’t have the support of the conference,” Duncan told Strong.

Duncan added that “conversations were being had” about a possible replacement for Boehner, who has turned out to be a colossal disappointment to fiscal conservatives and lovers of liberty over the past four years. Not to mention yet another GOP hypocrite …

Getting rid of Boehner would be wonderful, then … until you realize he would almost certainly be replaced by another, more ambitious “Republican” sellout, majority leader Eric Cantor (who has had Boehner’s back at every step of his ongoing ideological betrayal).

“I think he’s more scary than Boehner,” one anonymous lawmaker told Strong.

We agree …

Republican control of the U.S. House of Representatives has accomplished absolutely nothing – except capitulation and accommodation. Exchanging one “Republican” leader for another will do nothing to change the terminal velocity with which this nation is approaching the ash heap of history.

Same goes for giving the GOP control of the U.S. Senate …

When both parties in Washington, D.C. have sold out to the same set of Washington, D.C. special interests, it doesn’t matter which one is in control: “The song remains the same.”