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Republicans liken GOP to Titanic, 'circular firing squad'

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"The GOP, Hogan R said, has become a "circular firing squad where we're just attacking members of our party instead of focusing on solving problems" or debating the Biden administration on policy." What a mess :banghd: Sleepy Joe is laughing at us every day, how do we fix it??

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Joe does not know who the Republicans are because Republicans don't know who they are.

 

If the Republicans want to return to relevance they need to stand for something.

 

Sad truth is they will not.

 

BidenHarris is going to hand them back the White House, Senate and HoR and they will squander it.

 

If Trump continues to be their rally point.............they fail. 

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12 mins ago, Gotcow? said:

Joe does not know who the Republicans are because Republicans don't know who they are.

 

If the Republicans want to return to relevance they need to stand for something.

 

Sad truth is they will not.

 

BidenHarris is going to hand them back the White House, Senate and HoR and they will squander it.

 

If Trump continues to be their rally point.............they fail. 

"Joe does not know who the Republicans are because Republicans don't know who they are." Gotcow very insightful:)

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13 mins ago, Gotcow? said:

BTW, the Titanic is a good analogy for where the country is heading. 

sad but hard to argue 

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Hogan is a longstanding anti-Trumper; makes sense that he'd say that.  The reality is probably more like 95% of republicans are shooting at the 5% that line up with Hogan and Cheney and Kinzinger. 

 

The party of Reagan, GHWB and GWB (and Hogan and Cheney) really doesn't exist anymore from an ideology perspective.

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8 mins ago, Slacker said:

Hogan is a longstanding anti-Trumper; makes sense that he'd say that.  The reality is probably more like 95% of republicans are shooting at the 5% that line up with Hogan and Cheney and Kinzinger. 

 

The party of Reagan, GHWB and GWB (and Hogan and Cheney) really doesn't exist anymore from an ideology perspective.

Truth. The death of statesmanship after abandoning conservatism seems to signal the near-end of what most people know as the GOP. 

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1 hour ago, Slacker said:

Hogan is a longstanding anti-Trumper; makes sense that he'd say that.  The reality is probably more like 95% of republicans are shooting at the 5% that line up with Hogan and Cheney and Kinzinger. 

 

The party of Reagan, GHWB and GWB (and Hogan and Cheney) really doesn't exist anymore from an ideology perspective.

95-5 percent no, 60-40 maybe. What's made things worse  "Trump campaign attorney Sidney Powell for telling a judge that her claims about a vast election-fraud conspiracy were merely opinions" what a mess

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Let the republican bul c h I t continue ....some one ,any one has to get a set of testicles or t I t s and get the demedia out of the Dems back pocket ,  ,if that’s possible ...republicans have to expose the Dems to the public for the socialists that they are....the Dems control the demedia with out the media the republicans will have an uphill battle ....the present demedia is where they will turn dem votes into Republican votes ....we already know republicans don’t watch the demedia and the dem present propaganda 

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You can't be a slave to two masters. The republicans will learn this the hard way.

 

On one hand, they stabbed Trump in the back by siding with the progressive coup, out of fear of losing their piece of the D.C. corruption pie.

 

On the other hand, they'll act contrarian enough for their base to keep voting them in, to actively participate in the corruption.

 

Should there ever be a legitimate election again, it might be time to ditch the GOP. They are part of the problem, not the solution. The fate of our country can no longer be trusted to the two party system.

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4 hours ago, Gotcow? said:

If the Republicans want to return to relevance they need to stand for something.

They stand for money at all costs. And old white guys.

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10 hours ago, saltydawg said:

Truth. The death of statesmanship after abandoning conservatism seems to signal the near-end of what most people know as the GOP. 

Well stated. Washington Republicans are hardly different than the Democrats, all part of the same swamp. They are destined to a political life of showing up and voting no as the minority party until they get some real values the voting public cares about. Mitch McConnell being Exhibit A of their problem.

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