Q Who makes a better majority leader, John Boehner (R-Ohio) or Tom DeLay (R-Texas)

Rep. Steve Chabot (R-Ohio):
“Obviously my loyalties would have to be with BoehnerJohn Andrew BoehnerFormer top Treasury official to head private equity group GOP strategist Steve Schmidt denounces party, will vote for Democrats Zeal, this time from the center MORE because he’s from my home state and I’m hoping that he implements the reforms that he’s promising.”

Rep. Butch Otter (R-Idaho): “It’s way too early to make a long-term decision on that. Some of them are better about letting you know what’s going on. At least in terms of my experience, Boehner is a lot more inclusive in terms of letting you know what’s going on.”

Rep. Ray LaHood (R-Ill.): “The guy’s been on the job one month. Give him 12 years and then I’ll tell you.”

Rep. Bob Filner (D-Calif.): “How do I know? The first thing Boehner talked about was bipartisanship. I don’t know if he means it, but DeLay never even talked about that.”

Rep. John Larson (D-Conn.): “You’d really have to ask the Republicans. I think they both have better qualities.”

Rep. Jack Kingston (R-Ga.): “You think I’m going to give you a real answer? They have different styles. You’re going to be arguing the difference between a Chevrolet and a Ford forever. Both will get you there. After being married for a long time [it’s like being asked] how do you like the new wife?”

Rep. James Clyburn (D-S.C.): “I got along well with DeLay, played golf with him a couple of times — not in Scotland. And I play a lot of golf with Boehner. They’re different personalities, but I get along with both of them.”

Rep. Ra