The US House recently voted to restrict giving to 527 organisations (political groups not regulated by FEC regulations). I kind of figured that in a Republican-controlled legislature, this would primarily be a bad thing for Democrats. But I also knew that I didn't know enough on the topic say much about it.
George Will, on the other hand, feels comfortable speaking out. In this one vote he sees reason enough to ditch the vast majority of House Republicans, who (he says) "used their power for their only remaining purpose -- to cling to power." He's mad, you see. (He doesn't explain why it has taken this vote or this issue to finally lead him to the conclusion "that House Republicans are not worth working for in October or venturing out to vote for in November.")
Anyway, here's why I even noticed his column: "How many principled Republicans remain? Only 18. The following, who voted against restricting 527s: ...Walter Jones (North Carolina),...."