The Future of the Republican Party

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I just want to declare how much I hate Mitch McConnell and I really wish he would just fucking die (and I hope it’s a really shitty way to die, too).
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WestwayKid wrote:
12 Dec 2019, 12:07am
I just want to declare how much I hate Mitch McConnell and I really wish he would just fucking die (and I hope it’s a really shitty way to die, too).
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WestwayKid wrote:
12 Dec 2019, 12:07am
I just want to declare how much I hate Mitch McConnell and I really wish he would just fucking die (and I hope it’s a really shitty way to die, too).
How much fun would it be to slit that wattle
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Kory wrote:
12 Dec 2019, 7:34pm
WestwayKid wrote:
12 Dec 2019, 12:07am
I just want to declare how much I hate Mitch McConnell and I really wish he would just fucking die (and I hope it’s a really shitty way to die, too).
How much fun would it be to slit that wattle
So many slime bags out there right now. Jim Jordan looks like one of those wind up monkeys that crashes the cymbals together.
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If only this could be the future of the Republican party. I predict we will overwhelmingly reelect our Republican governor while also overwhelmingly rejecting the Republican president.

https://therecount.com/wire/vt-gov-scot ... 2645860295

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revbob wrote:
16 Jun 2020, 7:38am
If only this could be the future of the Republican party. I predict we will overwhelmingly reelect our Republican governor while also overwhelmingly rejecting the Republican president.

https://therecount.com/wire/vt-gov-scot ... 2645860295
The perceptive Republican might be seeing the writing on the wall and is distancing themselves from what's coming. It's funny that, assuming that 2020 is another wave election, Mitt Romney could be the most powerful Republican in Washington.
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
16 Jun 2020, 8:30am
revbob wrote:
16 Jun 2020, 7:38am
If only this could be the future of the Republican party. I predict we will overwhelmingly reelect our Republican governor while also overwhelmingly rejecting the Republican president.

https://therecount.com/wire/vt-gov-scot ... 2645860295
The perceptive Republican might be seeing the writing on the wall and is distancing themselves from what's coming. It's funny that, assuming that 2020 is another wave election, Mitt Romney could be the most powerful Republican in Washington.
Ive been pleasantly surprised by Phil Scott from the get go. But honestly Republicans here tend to be more traditional rural types. Now we do of course have our share of Trumpers and holy rollers but they are very much in the minority.

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revbob wrote:
16 Jun 2020, 8:43am
Dr. Medulla wrote:
16 Jun 2020, 8:30am
revbob wrote:
16 Jun 2020, 7:38am
If only this could be the future of the Republican party. I predict we will overwhelmingly reelect our Republican governor while also overwhelmingly rejecting the Republican president.

https://therecount.com/wire/vt-gov-scot ... 2645860295
The perceptive Republican might be seeing the writing on the wall and is distancing themselves from what's coming. It's funny that, assuming that 2020 is another wave election, Mitt Romney could be the most powerful Republican in Washington.
Ive been pleasantly surprised by Phil Scott from the get go. But honestly Republicans here tend to be more traditional rural types. Now we do of course have our share of Trumpers and holy rollers but they are very much in the minority.
My limited understanding of New England Republicans is that they're more of what we in Canada call Red Tories (red is the Liberal party colour; blue is Conservative—the reverse of the US). They aren't reflexively anti-govt or paranoid libertarians. They see a limited but distinctly positive role for government to ensure that what should be private matters can work that way by making sure govt properly fills in the gaps. More of a traditional communitarian conservatism. Mind you, there aren't a whole lot of Red Tories left here. The Conservative Party has gone xenophobic and anti-environment/petroeconomy, so the Red Tories have sucked it up and gone Liberal or even social democrat.
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
16 Jun 2020, 9:35am
revbob wrote:
16 Jun 2020, 8:43am
Dr. Medulla wrote:
16 Jun 2020, 8:30am
revbob wrote:
16 Jun 2020, 7:38am
If only this could be the future of the Republican party. I predict we will overwhelmingly reelect our Republican governor while also overwhelmingly rejecting the Republican president.

https://therecount.com/wire/vt-gov-scot ... 2645860295
The perceptive Republican might be seeing the writing on the wall and is distancing themselves from what's coming. It's funny that, assuming that 2020 is another wave election, Mitt Romney could be the most powerful Republican in Washington.
Ive been pleasantly surprised by Phil Scott from the get go. But honestly Republicans here tend to be more traditional rural types. Now we do of course have our share of Trumpers and holy rollers but they are very much in the minority.
My limited understanding of New England Republicans is that they're more of what we in Canada call Red Tories (red is the Liberal party colour; blue is Conservative—the reverse of the US). They aren't reflexively anti-govt or paranoid libertarians. They see a limited but distinctly positive role for government to ensure that what should be private matters can work that way by making sure govt properly fills in the gaps. More of a traditional communitarian conservatism. Mind you, there aren't a whole lot of Red Tories left here. The Conservative Party has gone xenophobic and anti-environment/petroeconomy, so the Red Tories have sucked it up and gone Liberal or even social democrat.
Again more eloquent and very accurate.

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revbob wrote:
16 Jun 2020, 10:04am
Dr. Medulla wrote:
16 Jun 2020, 9:35am
revbob wrote:
16 Jun 2020, 8:43am
Dr. Medulla wrote:
16 Jun 2020, 8:30am
revbob wrote:
16 Jun 2020, 7:38am
If only this could be the future of the Republican party. I predict we will overwhelmingly reelect our Republican governor while also overwhelmingly rejecting the Republican president.

https://therecount.com/wire/vt-gov-scot ... 2645860295
The perceptive Republican might be seeing the writing on the wall and is distancing themselves from what's coming. It's funny that, assuming that 2020 is another wave election, Mitt Romney could be the most powerful Republican in Washington.
Ive been pleasantly surprised by Phil Scott from the get go. But honestly Republicans here tend to be more traditional rural types. Now we do of course have our share of Trumpers and holy rollers but they are very much in the minority.
My limited understanding of New England Republicans is that they're more of what we in Canada call Red Tories (red is the Liberal party colour; blue is Conservative—the reverse of the US). They aren't reflexively anti-govt or paranoid libertarians. They see a limited but distinctly positive role for government to ensure that what should be private matters can work that way by making sure govt properly fills in the gaps. More of a traditional communitarian conservatism. Mind you, there aren't a whole lot of Red Tories left here. The Conservative Party has gone xenophobic and anti-environment/petroeconomy, so the Red Tories have sucked it up and gone Liberal or even social democrat.
Again more eloquent and very accurate.
We have a Republican Gov here in Massachusetts and he has been pretty OK. Charlie Baker acts like a human being and makes moves in a slow thought out manner, strange for a Republican.
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BostonBeaneater wrote:
16 Jun 2020, 12:31pm
revbob wrote:
16 Jun 2020, 10:04am
Dr. Medulla wrote:
16 Jun 2020, 9:35am
revbob wrote:
16 Jun 2020, 8:43am
Dr. Medulla wrote:
16 Jun 2020, 8:30am


The perceptive Republican might be seeing the writing on the wall and is distancing themselves from what's coming. It's funny that, assuming that 2020 is another wave election, Mitt Romney could be the most powerful Republican in Washington.
Ive been pleasantly surprised by Phil Scott from the get go. But honestly Republicans here tend to be more traditional rural types. Now we do of course have our share of Trumpers and holy rollers but they are very much in the minority.
My limited understanding of New England Republicans is that they're more of what we in Canada call Red Tories (red is the Liberal party colour; blue is Conservative—the reverse of the US). They aren't reflexively anti-govt or paranoid libertarians. They see a limited but distinctly positive role for government to ensure that what should be private matters can work that way by making sure govt properly fills in the gaps. More of a traditional communitarian conservatism. Mind you, there aren't a whole lot of Red Tories left here. The Conservative Party has gone xenophobic and anti-environment/petroeconomy, so the Red Tories have sucked it up and gone Liberal or even social democrat.
Again more eloquent and very accurate.
We have a Republican Gov here in Massachusetts and he has been pretty OK. Charlie Baker acts like a human being and makes moves in a slow thought out manner, strange for a Republican.
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BostonBeaneater wrote:
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Id sooner click on a link to a KISS video.

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