The new Republican Party.

Redblooded

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The new Republican party continues to self destruct on their consistant refusal to help people. The stimulus bill had about 75% approval but zero Republican votes, the background checks on gun purchases bill has 70+ support but the Republicans say they wont't give it support either. Guess what the infrastructure bill again has about 70% approval yet Moscow Mitch says they won't support that either. You see the pattern here. The Republicans don't give a shit about the people, all they want is the power back. They are going to loose a lot of elections if they continue to be obstructionist, following Trump, and trying to make everything the Dems do as a negative when those dem ideas are popular with the people. Their base is shrinking.
 

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The new Republican party continues to self destruct on their consistant refusal to help people. The stimulus bill had about 75% approval but zero Republican votes, the background checks on gun purchases bill has 70+ support but the Republicans say they wont't give it support either. Guess what the infrastructure bill again has about 70% approval yet Moscow Mitch says they won't support that either. You see the pattern here. The Republicans don't give a shit about the people, all they want is the power back. They are going to loose a lot of elections if they continue to be obstructionist, following Trump, and trying to make everything the Dems do as a negative when those dem ideas are popular with the people. Their base is shrinking.
In short, the Democrats have a bunch of (popular) things they want to do that will benefit the majority of people, and the Republican platform now is simply to oppose the Dems on everything.

It's a bold strategy, let's see how it pays off for the GOP. Their only prayer is suppressing the vote. GOP says to themselves "Holy shit there are way more Dems than pubs!" and instead of trying to figure out how to garner more votes, their plan has become: "Let's see if we can stop as many Dems from voting as possible!" What a shitty party.

GOP is Trump's party now.
 
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Sheep are alive and well. 15-20% of these bills are liked by most, it’s the Dems adding their bullshit wish list items that is the problem. The problem is media doesn’t call this out. Media is a huge problem helping push these big dollar handouts.
 

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Sheep are alive and well. 15-20% of these bills are liked by most, it’s the Dems adding their bullshit wish list items that is the problem. The problem is media doesn’t call this out. Media is a huge problem helping push these big dollar handouts.
Break down the 80-85% of these bills that are bad then. Be specific. Exaggerate much?

Media lied and helped the Dems out you say. Good thing Fox News (also the media) is there to set the record straight. I am sure they are telling you sheeple the truth.
 

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Asa Hutchinson is trying to get the Republican party back on track. He actually is making more sense about fighting back against the new Republican party.
 

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The American people are ready to go on the infrastructure bill. The American people may force this issue through. Some Republicans are going to go down by opposing this. This bill is very popular.
 
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For the so-called "Christian" party they sure don't give a shit about the average person ESPECIALLY the less fortunate. Such a weird thing to see. Hypocrites everywhere.
 
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For the so-called "Christian" party they sure don't give a shit about the average person ESPECIALLY the less fortunate. Such a weird thing to see. Hypocrites everywhere.
90% of american Christians aren't really Christians and live lives in absolute protest to Jesus's teachings.

They go to church and talk the talk for social interactions and nothing more, then go dance with the devil and worship false idols and money/power/etc.
 

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Break down the 80-85% of these bills that are bad then. Be specific. Exaggerate much?

Media lied and helped the Dems out you say. Good thing Fox News (also the media) is there to set the record straight. I am sure they are telling you sheeple the truth.
180 billion for climate change research, 400 billion to improve access to quality, affordable home or community based care for elderly or people with disabilities. 213 billion to preserve and retrofit 2 million homes and commercial buildings (green new deal). 25 billion for child care, 80 billion for Amtrack, 50 billion for climate disasters, 25 billion for miscellaneous projects (what the hell is that?) 20 billion to connect neighborhoods(sure) 12 billion for community colleges. 100 billion for building public schools a and 40 billion for public housing. There is more!
 
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As long as I'm not affected by anyone else or anything else, then I am good. I live my life for me, not strangers. I'm not a team player, if something helps me, I'm for it. If it hurts me, obviously I'm against it. If it doesn't affect me, then I really don't care either way.

I'm just tired of all these people. The earth has too many people. We need a new plague.

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180 billion for climate change research, 400 billion to improve access to quality, affordable home or community based care for elderly or people with disabilities. 213 billion to preserve and retrofit 2 million homes and commercial buildings (green new deal). 25 billion for child care, 80 billion for Amtrack, 50 billion for climate disasters, 25 billion for miscellaneous projects (what the hell is that?) 20 billion to connect neighborhoods(sure) 12 billion for community colleges. 100 billion for building public schools a and 40 billion for public housing. There is more!

What happens if the next president just says fvck all that stuff? And then just cuts these "programs", I foresee this happening, but let's waste a bunch of money in the meantime.
 

Redblooded

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180 billion for climate change research, 400 billion to improve access to quality, affordable home or community based care for elderly or people with disabilities. 213 billion to preserve and retrofit 2 million homes and commercial buildings (green new deal). 25 billion for child care, 80 billion for Amtrack, 50 billion for climate disasters, 25 billion for miscellaneous projects (what the hell is that?) 20 billion to connect neighborhoods(sure) 12 billion for community colleges. 100 billion for building public schools a and 40 billion for public housing. There is more!


And you disagree with this, that we need to do things in these areas. If you do you would be in the minority.
 

kidofSN

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Truth in this thread that ignorance truly is bliss for some. Or are they really just that stupid?
 
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180 billion for climate change research, 400 billion to improve access to quality, affordable home or community based care for elderly or people with disabilities. 213 billion to preserve and retrofit 2 million homes and commercial buildings (green new deal). 25 billion for child care, 80 billion for Amtrack, 50 billion for climate disasters, 25 billion for miscellaneous projects (what the hell is that?) 20 billion to connect neighborhoods(sure) 12 billion for community colleges. 100 billion for building public schools a and 40 billion for public housing. There is more!
Where do I sign? I like these things. They improve my community and those of others.

Beats tax cuts that corporations bank and don’t use to hire people.
 

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In short, the Democrats have a bunch of (popular) things they want to do that will benefit the majority of people, and the Republican platform now is simply to oppose the Dems on everything.

It's a bold strategy, let's see how it pays off for the GOP. Their only prayer is suppressing the vote. GOP says to themselves "Holy shit there are way more Dems than pubs!" and instead of trying to figure out how to garner more votes, their plan has become: "Let's see if we can stop as many Dems from voting as possible!" What a shitty party.

GOP is Trump's party now.
Jesus christ its like you guys had amnesia for the last 4 years.
Also. Why do you think yore party is so dumb they can't figure out how to get a license? If somebody can't figure out how to get an ID they shouldn't be able to vote anyway.
 

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The new Republican party continues to self destruct on their consistant refusal to help people. The stimulus bill had about 75% approval but zero Republican votes, the background checks on gun purchases bill has 70+ support but the Republicans say they wont't give it support either. Guess what the infrastructure bill again has about 70% approval yet Moscow Mitch says they won't support that either. You see the pattern here. The Republicans don't give a shit about the people, all they want is the power back. They are going to loose a lot of elections if they continue to be obstructionist, following Trump, and trying to make everything the Dems do as a negative when those dem ideas are popular with the people. Their base is shrinking.
So, the exact same thing the libtards did during the last administration, plus Pelosi, who is basically a puppet for Satan.

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So, the exact same thing the libtards did during the last administration, plus Pelosi, who is basically a puppet for Satan.

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Congress sent hundreds of bills over to the Senate. Mitch wouldn't bring them to the floor. He had no interest in debate, no interest in compromise. The only thing he cared about was getting judges. So he blocked as many as he could during the Obama administration, then loaded it up over 4 years. He was wildly successful (for better or worse) at what he did. And not a "dumb son of a bitch" like Trump eluded to over the weekend.
 

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Let’s see what the approval rating is on the increased costs of food, housing, transportation and pretty much everything else. The cost of nearly everything will increase, but very few will connect it back to increased government spending/debt. The Democrats understand this, If the Democrats obviously believe they can keep a lid on the increase in prices and not let inflation get out of hand.
 

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Congress sent hundreds of bills over to the Senate. Mitch wouldn't bring them to the floor. He had no interest in debate, no interest in compromise. The only thing he cared about was getting judges. So he blocked as many as he could during the Obama administration, then loaded it up over 4 years. He was wildly successful (for better or worse) at what he did. And not a "dumb son of a bitch" like Trump eluded to over the weekend.
Hundreds? I know he blocked a lot...
 

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The new Republican party continues to self destruct on their consistant refusal to help people. The stimulus bill had about 75% approval but zero Republican votes, the background checks on gun purchases bill has 70+ support but the Republicans say they wont't give it support either. Guess what the infrastructure bill again has about 70% approval yet Moscow Mitch says they won't support that either. You see the pattern here. The Republicans don't give a shit about the people, all they want is the power back. They are going to loose a lot of elections if they continue to be obstructionist, following Trump, and trying to make everything the Dems do as a negative when those dem ideas are popular with the people. Their base is shrinking.
So this is exactly like the last 4 years. Neither party gives a crap about the American people. They care about money and power for themselves. The left is just willing to trash the entire constitution to get it done.
 

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So, the exact same thing the libtards did during the last administration, plus Pelosi, who is basically a puppet for Satan.

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You think Jesus is driving the bus on all the churches spending million on buildings while kids still starve to death everyday?

95% of Christians claim Jesus but walk with the devil on the daily. Maybe 5% of Christians follow Jesus's word.
 
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So this is exactly like the last 4 years. Neither party gives a crap about the American people. They care about money and power for themselves. The left is just willing to trash the entire constitution to get it done.
Meh atleast they are willing to look at the issues in outr current society and try to address them instead of bury their heads and thinking we are perfect. 🤷‍♂️
 

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You think Jesus is driving the bus on all the churches spending million on buildings while kids still starve to death everyday?

99% of Christians claim Jesus but walk with the devil on the daily. Maybe 5% of Christians follow Jesus's word.
This math is fuzzy lol.
 

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Hundreds? I know he blocked a lot...

About 400 last I read things about it. I will concede that I'm sure there are some.. disingenuous ones in there. But he called them all radical and didn't work with any of them. He has really been a problem for a functional democracy.
 

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I couldn't tell you what Republicans support these days besides getting the libs and cultural wars. The old politics of tax cuts and what not have no home in the modern republican party.
 

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I couldn't tell you what Republicans support these days besides getting the libs and cultural wars. The old politics of tax cuts and what not have no home in the modern republican party.
Enforcing the borders like all other nations on the planet.

If you don't enforce your own borders any social programs are in no way viable.
 

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I agree with you on this.

But is that all Pubs stand for?

No, but just saying what should be obvious when he said he doesn't know what they stand for.

Another would be second amendment.

After second amendment I think the the first amendment is something that has somewhat switched in the last 30 years. Liberals used to champion this and the main on the right that would disagree would be cracking down on things like porn etc. People on the right don't care about that as much and folks on the left now have new limits they want on what people can say. FYI I'm not saying all people on the left want this. I just see increasing people saying being mean and saying certain terms should be illegal. I'm not, but people have every right to be an a..hole

Importance of keeping family together and encouraging traditional family units.
 

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Republicans believe that everyone is capable of not only taking care of their needs but also have all the tools within to pursue wealth and prosperity.
Anyone who can not understand that as self evident is a racist and/or any ...isist or ...ism accused against those of us who will always believe in America's truths over communism/democrat falsehoods.
 
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The new Republican party continues to self destruct on their consistant refusal to help people. The stimulus bill had about 75% approval but zero Republican votes, the background checks on gun purchases bill has 70+ support but the Republicans say they wont't give it support either. Guess what the infrastructure bill again has about 70% approval yet Moscow Mitch says they won't support that either. You see the pattern here. The Republicans don't give a shit about the people, all they want is the power back. They are going to loose a lot of elections if they continue to be obstructionist, following Trump, and trying to make everything the Dems do as a negative when those dem ideas are popular with the people. Their base is shrinking.
take the bullshit out of the bills. could have bipartisan support.
 

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