Brit Hume, the senior political analyst at Fox News, and David Limbaugh, an author and political commentator, had a lively Twitter discussion on Tuesday regarding a battle within the Republican Party between its conservative and moderate members.

Many conservatives have found themselves frustrated by what they see as a lack of action by the Republican majority in Congress on numerous issues, such as taxpayer funding for Planned Parenthood. They argue that Congress should be sending conservative bills to the president’s desk, even if he vetoes them.

Meanwhile, others point out that the president will in all likelihood veto any such measures, and the difficulty of exceeding the votes required to override that veto.

The Twitter debate started when Limbaugh tweeted:

Hume responded that the GOP simply doesn’t have the votes to override a presidential veto. Limbaugh argued that isn’t the only goal.

Hume and Limbaugh continued the conversation with other Twitter users.