About Last Night…

Trump’s GOP

It’s always all about HIM:

Tribalism is the best word to describe our electoral times. It doesn’t matter what the issues are, to Republicans if your name has a (D) after it, you are the enemy.

It’s unflinching, it’s rote, and it’s like breathing for them. It doesn’t matter to them that they are about to get the whammy delivered to them by Preznint Stupid and the GOP congress (healthcare stripped away to give tax break to billionaires, and no return of coal—or other jobs, and no wall), to vote for a Democratic Party candidate is the same thing as treason.

And it doesn’t matter that Karen Handel is a monster (“I do not support a livable wage” and she doesn’t support much of anything else, including women), it doesn’t matter that she would not even say the name of the deeply unpopular Russian Usurper at her victory speech (or at any other time): she had an (R) after her name. It was enough.

So here’s the thing to keep in mind: 1) Ossoff ran in Noot’s old district, and came close to winning. 2) It is the South. 3) It was an off-cycle, special election. 4) Wingnuts spent millions of dollars to protect that seat, and they won’t be able to do that everywhere in November 2018.

This is why the 50-state strategy is so important.

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5 Responses to About Last Night…

  1. Ignorant people always vote against their own interests.

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  2. Bruce388 says:

    She doesn’t support a living wage. She didn’t even sugarcoat it. And she won. Strange days, indeed.

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  3. w3ski4me says:

    Yea about that living wage thingy? Supposedly working class people vote, and she was elected on that platform? It seems to be that corporations are her voting base, I mean what person could vote against a living wage?
    w3ski

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  5. feckless says:

    “Living wage” is socialist dimmocrat codes peak for a sharia communist seizure of the entire economy and setting wages for brown people higher than hardworking white people regardless of what the invisible hand of god proclaims in the market.
    Sometimes its hard not to think fondly of these people (GA R’s) voting for their own destruction only twice in 150 years. 1859 and now.

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