Skip to comments.You Can't Beat Something With Nothing
Posted on 11/03/2017 11:55:05 AM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
The Democrats seem to enjoy gloating about the hot mess that is the Republican Party these days. Former GOP presidents warning the president about the people he surrounds himself with; sitting Republican U.S. senators calling the president unstable and unqualified; and a former GOP speaker of the house saying "there is no Republican Party. The president isn't a Republican." And Democrats' friends in the mainstream media have kindly created an echo chamber that makes them think that they are always right and the Republicans are a bunch of sexist, racist, whack jobs.
So why aren't they winning?
They must be longing for the halcyon days of the Obama election in 2008. They were so eager to lay all of America's troubles entirely at the feet of President George W. Bush: The Iraq War (which most of their party voted to support), Hurricane Katrina response (ignoring any involvement by Democratic local officials) and the financial collapse (which had little to do with Washington although President Bush and President Barack Obama worked hand in hand to bail the country out of it). They were so full of hope! They were ushering in a new America. A post-racial America where everyone has health care and a good middle-class job. Stories written in the wake of the November election wrote the obituary on the Republican Party (too white, too rich, too old and on top of that, technology morons who can't turn out the vote). The Democrats were here to stay or so they thought....
(Excerpt) Read more at usnews.com ...
Instead of talking about middle-class tax cuts, they talked about transgender bathroom access. Instead of talking about fixing Obamacare, which was crushing many in the middle class with high premiums and complicated doctor selections, they ....... began tearing down Civil War statues.
She’s a moderate Republican supporter, who end up losing even when they are able to squeak out a win.
Former GOP presidents warning the president about the people he surrounds himself with; sitting Republican U.S. senators calling the president unstable and unqualified; and a former GOP speaker of the house saying “there is no Republican Party. The president isn’t a Republican.”
President Trump is not a Cheap Labor Express Republican, that’s what they object to.
Their 30 year bipartisan policy of amnesty/open borders is at stake.
GHW Bush and McCain want to live long enough to see us turned into North Mexico.
(I had a subscription to USN&R many years ago)
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