The House looks to get jammed with a Senate Bill again. This is why the failure to put out a House bill was such a defeat. The notion that the tea-party caucus cannot agree to significant compromise of most any kind (even with establishment Republicans) results in less of their goals being achieved.
Bad tactics pointed out Allapundit at hot air:
Two thoughts in closing. One: Why did Heritage Action oppose Boehner’s final bill yesterday? The bill was, no doubt, a feeble compromise compared to the lofty ambitions of the “defund” movement, but the only alternative at that point was an even lamer Democratic-written bill in the Senate. By opposing Boehner, Heritage all but guaranteed that he wouldn’t have the votes to pass it, which ensured that Reid would dictate the final terms of the settlement. Where’s the logic in that?
This is similar to the last debt ceiling/budget standoff tactic from the house where they rejected a compromise position of tax increases at around 600-700k only to be forced to vote yes on 450k. This is what happens to strategy when “compromise” becomes a bad word, you can easily get less. Purity of vote for less of substance. Not sure how many more times this lesson needs to be learned.