…in hopes that the GOP could make good use of it.
The formerly spineless Republican Party rebounds
By Bobby Eberle – – Monday, October 8, 2018 | Washington Times
If there is one word — one defining, all-encompassing word — that has summed up the state of the Republican Party for years (if not decades), it’s “spineless.” Whether the issue has been illegal immigration, the budget, standing up to Planned Parenthood, or even the wildly unpopular and disastrous Obamacare, Republican “leaders” have tucked their collective tails between their legs rather than stand up and fight. But something remarkable seems to be in the air, and there’s no doubt that the change in resolve has been brought about by Donald J. Trump.
Remember all the rhetoric concerning Obamacare? Analysts said it would fail. Obama officials even admitted they lied about terms. No, you can’t keep your own doctor. No, you can’t keep your own plan. No, prices will not be lower. Republican legislators said they would repeal it. They voted to repeal it. Oh, but wait. Barack Obama was still president, and the Republican votes were simply a side show next to Mr. Obama’s veto. When Donald Trump first came on the scene, he said he would sign legislation repealing Obamacare, but the GOP couldn’t get it done. They showed their complete lack of fortitude and rolled over.
That’s just one example of many, many other issues. …/
Times…they are a changing.
Lesson to Republicans now seems to be:
You see how you are treated when Republicans do fight back. So tell me again why you would ever want to appease and capitulate to these dishonest radicals?
Makes no difference, their spines haven’t been used in so long they have bee end state osteoporitic, think bone dust!
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Yes so true. And there has only been one case where bones were reassembled and brought back. Don’t think it’s ever been duplicated on any scale — or ever will. .