How to Elect a Speaker of the House? 


To perceive anything, we must adopt a perspective, which inherently introduces bias into our understanding of the world.

We've observed the chaos within the Republican Party, particularly regarding their struggles to choose an electable Speaker of the House.

The Republicans hold a majority in Congress, giving them the power to either stop someone from becoming Speaker or select the Speaker.

Despite their majority, the Republicans have faced challenges in agreeing on a candidate for the position of Speaker of the House.

Republicans have been successful in blocking candidates they disagree with from becoming Speaker.

Finding a candidate that garners enough consensus within the Republican Party has proven to be a significant challenge.

Bias, influenced by individual perspectives, plays a crucial role in shaping the dynamics of selecting a Speaker of the House.

The Republican Party must find a way to bridge their differences and unite behind a candidate to fill the role of Speaker effectively.