Republicans are lining up to welcome Parker Griffith (R-AL), the party-switching congressman, into the fold:
Republicans who desperately wanted to beat Alabama Democrat Parker Griffith next year are loving him today.
House Minority Leader John Boehner (R-Ohio) touted Griffith as a "dedicated public servant who has consistently put the best interests of his constituents first." Pete Sessions, chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee, said Griffith is putting the "interests of his constituents ahead of Nancy Pelosi’s reckless ideological agenda." Republican Whip Eric Cantor says Griffith is ready to "stand and fight" with his new party.
That's today -- this was last year:
Shameful conduct ... he can't be trusted. Comedy.