I’m not happy with spending money on anything if it’s not necessary. Just because I like something doesn’t mean I want to automatically spend more on it and buy more of it.
Not with the establishment Republicans and apparently not with the latest crop of rebel Republicans – except for the actual capitalists oddly enough. Of course, they’re all but powerless in the current paradigm.
I suppose you didn’t note the DATE of that article (2009). Some Tea Partiers made an exception to protest the simply AWFUL Obamacare…which was about to pass and everyone (but Democrats) KNEW would devastate the health care industry and bankrupt millions of Americans, which it DID!
You obviously don’t pay much attention to Fox News which has been SHOWING conservative upset over that bastard of a bill since it was signed! If the GOP loses in November, that bill will be largely responsible, unless President Trump manages to get it under control WITHOUT Legislative help.
Establishment republicans aren’t what I would call conservative. And that powerlessness among the actual fiscal conservatives is exactly the reason for not marching: it will have zero impact. The republican party has proven again and again that they are completely dishonest on fiscal issues, paying lip service during the campaign season and governing as spendthrift liberals. Actual conservatives are deliberately marginalized, co-opted or destroyed by the establishment. Democrats deserve to lose every election, but the republicans surely don’t deserve to win them…
That’s funny. I could have sworn the GOP tried to dismantle Obamacare and failed. Twice. No protests. The Medicaid expansion continues and people can shop online for subsidized health plans: https://www.coveredca.com/
Why does race literally color every single leftwing liberal opinion? It makes liberal progressives sound like complete idiots.
How about Republicans are hypocrites who love their spending sprees on their pet projects when they’re in charge – just like liberals on civil rights. Hypocrisy a far more likely reason.
Trump is just as much the problem as any of a number of other Republicans. He could have said, “No!” But he either is too weak or he’s just another Democrat/Establishment Republican who loves Big Government.
The Great Leader should lead. The Brilliant Negotiator should bargain instead of giving us deficits larger than the former socialists in chief.