The Spice Must Flow

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The Spice Must Flow

Upchuck is only asking the questions, guys:

What is the [GQP’s] message and identity (outside of devotion to Trump and “owning the libs”)? Is it really a new working-class party (but one that still pursues big tax cuts for the wealthy)? Is it for limited government (even though it enacted unprecedented spending and deficits during the Trump Era?)

Where will its money come from? (Not only did Adelson pass away, but the Koch network is no longer fully aboard the GOP train. And the U.S. Chamber of Commerce has embraced Biden’s Covid-19 relief plan.)

What happens if Trump doesn’t run in 2024, which is always a possibility?

And here’s maybe the biggest question of all for the GOP: If it takes back control of the federal government — the House, Senate and the White House — how does it govern?

It’s one thing to win majorities in our polarized country, it’s another to know what you want to do with those majorities.

And he’ll have a full panel of GQP apparatchiks on Sunday who will all have talking points to address his questions (none of which, you will note, actually have tangible and actionable answers) and agree that the future looks sunny.

Meanwhile, nothing about the Democrats because they don’t exist in Upchuck’s world.

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15 Responses to The Spice Must Flow

  1. Nothing about the DIms because [extended whining ensues] “They’re boooooorrring! They’re no fun! They’re just WORKING, like they’re GROWN-UPS or something…” [Stomps off to his bedroom, slams door, flops down on his bed with a hugely exaggerated sigh]

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  2. David Pickering says:

    If it’s Sunday, it’s Republican.

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  3. Speaking through his chin merkin makes Chuck Todd incomprehensible. Shriek up!

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  4. Martin Pollard says:

    Ladies and gentlemen, Schmuck Fraud previewing the next episode of Meet the Qpublicans.

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  5. donnah says:

    It’s a fact that when Republicans are in the majority, the Sunday morning talk show guests are Republicans. And when the Democrats are in the majority, the guests are Republicans.

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    • spotthedog says:

      Aren’t those good Xtian Repubs supposed to be in church?


    • Martin Pollard says:

      What’s the logic (if any), I wonder? “Well, Republicans are in charge, so we need to feature them in order to get their views on running things. And when Democrats are in charge, we need to feature Republicans in order to get the opposing point of view.” Basically, then, their job is to get on their knees and swallow Qpublican mushrooms right down to the hairy root (pardon my lapse into vulgarity).


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