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President Trump's insane conspiracy theories about the election cost Republicans the two Georgia Senate runoffs and with them, our seat at the table in Washington, if you actually care about conservative public policy -- stopping tax hikes and massive government spending, securing the border, supporting the police -- you have to focus on the future, not the past.
Found on CNN 1 year ago
The problem with using it against Joe Biden is the public has an image of him burned in over decades, goofy old Uncle Joe Biden, the moderate-seeming Democrat from Delaware and Obama's wingman.
This is really effective if Bill Stepien're running against a candidate who is little known and undefined to the general public.
But the inevitable implosion simply never occurred.
Found on Reuters 3 years ago
I think House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has thus far calibrated it pretty well, but House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's not going to be able to do that in the future. Just from a member management point of view, the House Democratic leadership is going to have to allow and encourage a pretty broad slate of investigations.
It doesn't feel like the government shutdown fight, something that was kind of colossally stupid and public and unnecessary, it feels like the debate over creating the Benghazi Select Committee.
There's an argument it will hurt among college-educated women, there's another argument that any college-educated woman who's turned off by this probably was turned off by the President's statements and actions a long time ago.
The coverage of various controversies is surround sound at this point, most people have a firm view of those scandals pretty well locked in.
The House has passed a bill to fund the Department of Homeland Security, and block the President's unilateral executive action on immigration, now, the pressure is on Senate Democrats who claim to oppose the President's action, but are filibustering a bill to stop it. Until there is some signal from Senate Democrats what would break Senate Democrats filibuster, there's little point in additional House action.
Found on CNN 8 years ago
Until there is some signal from those Senate Democrats what would break their filibuster, there's little point in additional House action.
More Washington tax hikes and spending is the same, old top-down approach we’ve come to expect from President Obama that hasn’t worked.
Our economy is still struggling to create jobs -- and the last thing we need is a new trillion-dollar tax hike added to the current broken tax code.
If 'Emperor Obama' ignores the American people and announces an amnesty plan that he himself has said over and over again exceeds his constitutional authority, he will cement his legacy of lawlessness and ruin the chances for congressional action on this issue and many others.
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