by no means alone in being looked into?) I just can't keep up. It seems to me that the story that has the biggest hole blown in it is the Benghazi talking points issue. And I'm not even all that sure that the GOP is that interested in pursuing the AP phone records story, especially since they were the ones who were demanding that the administration do something about the leaks, and I'm not entirely sure at the end of the day that this First Amendment issue is such a great deal for them if it means they have to make an argument against doing something in the name of national security. I guess the IRS story will have staying power because the IRS is a perennial bad guy and the Tea Party types get to play martyr (because they had to do...paperwork). But it's a little dry, isn't it? And it really looks more like a bureaucratic cock-up than an abuse of power, at this point, anyway.
And yet I don't anticipate that it's all going to wind down so that we can go back to talking about the sequester and debt ceilings and stuff like that. I'm just wondering how the GOP is going to keep the plates spinning even while they break.