So You Think The Republicans Represent You?

     You think the GOP is the party of “limited government?” That it’s the one and only counterforce to the Left’s determination to make the Omnipotent State supreme over everything? That unless we elect Republican majorities, the Left will steamroll us into a new Soviet Union?

     Think again:

     For those of us who have been trying to awaken people to the true nature of Republicans in the senate, aka “the Decepticons”, the latest self-admissions are very welcome.

     According to interviews conducted by The Hill, several Republican senators are now saying they just cannot be members of the Republican Party if they are forced to represent the interests of the base voter. These very specifically named Republicans have always been members of the UniParty in DC; however, now they are saying “populism” amid the commonsense, America First voting base is not going to be acceptable.

     The senators are openly warning that if putting American interests first is going to be demanded by the voters, these Republicans will just become Democrats. There is no reason for Americans to distrust the institutions the Republican senators support, and there will be no compromise or discussion.

     What is making these Republican senators angrier is that who they consider to be intellectual and professional people are also demanding a more populist approach toward a government that represents the people. This is just not going to be allowed according to Lisa Murkowski, John Thune, John Cornyn and the other names outlined.

     It’s time for a “re-think.”

     “If voting could change anything, they’d outlaw it.” – From a lapel button


    • SteveF on July 18, 2023 at 4:49 PM

    It’s not that someone with (R) after his name will represent you, his ward or county or district or state, and Americans as a whole, it’s a matter of probabilities. An (R) may be 30% likely to represent his constituents but that’s much better than a (D), who is perhaps 5% likely to represent all of his constituents rather than a particular demographic slice or some noble cause like climate catastrophism.

    A pox on them all, but the (D)s first.

  1. Then there are the other GOP who keep investigating, letting whistleblowers put themselves at risk, then do absolutely nothing.

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