When the Democrats abruptly adjourned the U.S. House of Representatives for the month of August, Rep. Tom Price of Roswell made a split-second decision that has been reverberating around the country ever since.
Although he holds no senior leadership post, Price had helped organize more than 100 fellow Republicans for five-minute speeches at the end of the last legislative day July 29. But at 11:23 a.m., the gavel came down, the lights dimmed, the C-SPAN cameras shut down and the mics went off.
By the way, we should also point out that Lynn Westmoreland played a role too. It’s good to see Georgians in the lead.