The lesson of this campaign is not that Dems were too mean to pre-Trump Republicans. It's that they were right all along about Republicans.
— Josh Barro (@jbarro) October 14, 2016
We must never let the "stupid party" squirm away from Trump. They Built That! They own him and he owns them. For my part, I will hereafter refer to them as ReTrumplicans. Even the allegedly "serious" GOPers who try to distance themselves. Too fucken late! Decent folks fled their party years ago. They'll be ReTrumplicans forever, we must never let them live this down!
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Owning the Trump, Not letting them rebrand themselves anew. Easier said than gone...........Take Nebraska Senator Deb Fischer. She is for Trump.She is not for Trump.Back with Trump again.She is not up for reelection and the state is majority GOP right now.She basically said she is going back to Trump because she likes the majority party and its power. That her party comes first which means basking in her majority power. Voters, fellow Nebraskans, citizens and Americans is not an important item. Besides, there is enough Trump supporters who do not care about this country that will still vote for me in a couple years. And the rest of people will forget in 2 years.More rebranding? JOhn Birch, Tea Party, Reagan Republicans or the with us or against us crowd. Then of course all the voter suppression. They do not even admit GW Bush was president. How do you latch a ball and chain around the ankle of a slug?
I, for one, welcome our new dirty fucking hippie overlords!
I noticed Krugman also went 'full Driftglass' in his Monday column.
"How bad do you have to want to cut the top marginal tax rates to continue supporting this monster?" Jon Lovett on Chris Hayes' show (again) speaking about Paul Ryan. Almost makes up for Greenwald, but not quite. -Doug in Oakland
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