“After three successive terms of underwhelming results at the polls for the GOP, all the while with leaders congratulating ourselves for outstanding performance, I feel that we owe it to our voters to have a serious debate about the leadership of the party and what we must change to actually win in 2024,” Dhillon said in a statement to Politico.
We had an interesting quodmeet back in November. One of the guests, a very smart guy, mentioned that he early on saw similarities to the bannonites and the Q's.
Could it be the group of collectivists that want to take over the conservative party?
Once I started using the concept of collectivism vs. individualism, the missing pieces started to fall into place.
@IrredeemableOne —I can definitely believe that.
Contrary to popular belief and perception, the Democrats are not the Party of the downtrodden and working people.
And unfortunately, there is still a remnant of the “Country Club” Republican who are also disdainful of Blue collar employers and employees.
Benedict Arnold would love them.
Well, I don't care how he calls them. Everything he says there is a Pious lie.
France did nothing of the sort.
The French Monarchy did, mostly to undermine the Brits.
This platitude "France is our first and oldest friend" is the kind of bullshit that makes anyone familiar with American history puke.
Sementa would not know that.
As usual, folks lost in the observation of form, loose all perspective of the content.
How does a Republican President succeed when dropped in the middle of this much corruption?
This is why it's important for everyone to involve themselves in Local Politics. LOCAL
I think it is hysterical (in a pathetic sort of way) people are all agog over “Twat revelations”…for Pete’s sake not only did they not try to hide what they did but put
Out an entire Time magazine article about fortifying an election…plus…how many normal people are on Twat anyway…my 4 kids in their 20s aren’t—they don’t think their friends are, aside from my middle aged butt nobody I know was ever on it…what the hell
Is this distracting people from?🤦♀️
The financing of religious education with taxpayer's money is a clear affront to the First Amendment.
No ifs ands or buts.
Oh, I forgot:
Whenever you see a frontal attack on our Constitution, these are not far behind:
"...two parents and the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Burlington, Vermont, in suits against Education Secretary Daniel M. French."
Congress should block any attempt by California to get any kind of bailout ever.
When they go broke, and they WILL, let them mortgage their own arse.
"The EU, the UK, and the United States have all been facing a serious energy crisis for most of 2022"
There's no excuse for the US to be in crisis. We have a Crisis in Government.
PDJT can have dinner with whomever he wishes. Kanye & Milo are iffy people in politics. Radical jackasses unaware or do not care of the stakes we all face in righting our Republic. Bringing a most radical type with them in a entourage fashion appeared normal, but Milo, Kanye & Poole apparently used it for other purposes. I care less who meets with Trump as he is able to take care of himself. The MSM continues to play gotcha with #45. Eff em all.
Nor do I see General Motors, Motorola, Tesla or any other company "stand up" against Chinese policies.
Maybe because IT IS NOT AMERICAN COMPANIES PLACE OR DUTY to challenge fuckwhat the Chinese or any other government does.
They must follow the laws in any country in which they operate.
DeSantis office has told me several times that Ron will not run for President, that he was running for governor. Period. Now, after 2024, who knows. Trump theoretically won't be able to be President past 1 more term. I would imagine the 2028 Presidency will find our Florida Governor as running for President.
The left is encouraging disconnection and bickering, I see it's worked on some.
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