The Red Wave, What Happened.....

aaronc

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Jul 21, 2009
3,857
Leitchfield
The Z generation is very tolerant and accepting compared to the X’ers and the Boomers. Even those who work and have families that might otherwise be apt to vote with their pocketbooks. It’s something to consider. I know we want the world to back up for us but it’s never really successfully worked that way. The Party has to evolve I’m afraid, like it or not and I don’t like it one bit.

It really doesn't matter to me,...but for all the bible thumpers screaming bad Democrat,..vote Republican.......well,.....jest saying. And when was the last time a buncha Dems flipped for anything. They (R's) ain't no good at it brotha.
 

slobear

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Nov 20, 2014
6,200
Trump town, USA
And it won’t matter, Kentucky as a whole is going to vote red regardless. It’s the “swing states” that matter and for whatever reason you or I believe that is, here we are. If we don’t get our shit together soon we’re gonna be looking at 4 years of Michael in the White House. I’m not joking.
Charlie Kirk said 3 states and 30 cities control our national elections. If someone with the name romney doesn’t understand that, maybe she shouldn’t be running the RNC.
 

aaronc

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Jul 21, 2009
3,857
Leitchfield
It's our own fault, a lot of counterfeit and plant candidates were slipped in under our noses because we weren't paying attention. The conservative side is starting to wake up to what has happened to us.


I agree with everything but that last part,...once again you have more faith than me.....but I would love to be wrong.
 
The SOB turncoat is getting ready to sell out the GOP again and crushing the soon to be Republican House majority’s leverage of the purse here. F him.

 
Smh, we aren’t much if any worse off with Schumer as Mitch.

So, of the top 10 most valuable player candidates for earmarks, eight of them are Republicans. Remember how the GOP ran in the midterms to cut spending and inflation? Didn't do all that well, did they?
Well, here's just one little reason why. They are the reigning earmark kings of the U.S. Senate. Eight out of 10 of the top 10. All of them have made the playoffs.
So, once again, please take a listen to what Sen. Rand Paul and his scathing attack.

SEN. RAND PAUL: The omnibus will be 3,000 pages, we’ll get it two hours before they want to pass it, no one will read it, but hidden in the 3,000 pages will be — we are going to waive pay go. So, Steve Moore is right, it will take 41 votes, but the other thing is, 41 votes would stop the big spending… We have completely and totally abdicated the power of the purse. Republicans are emasculated, they have no power and they are unwilling to gain that power back.
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