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  1. Jan 2023
    1. The current House Republican caucus is adamant about using spending cuts as a bargaining chip for raising the county’s borrowing limit but has no unified plan for which programs it wants to be cut and no strategy for actual debt reduction.

      Come June, it's unlikely the GOP will have any plans or proposals of note, and it's all too likely this "gift" to the barely-dead Tea Party will bring them much closer to their most desired: the auto-Democracide.

      This has been a protest party for my whole life. Somehow they forever get a pass on it.

  2. Oct 2019
    1. If voters turn against Trump, especially Republicans, GOP senators will have less reason to stick with him.

      it would require TWENTY republican senators to vote for impeachment ASSUMING all democrats vote to impeach. most analysts view this as nigh impossible.

  3. Jul 2016