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Who's the more dangerous millstone around his party's neck? Trump or Biden
By HatetheSwamp
January 13, 2022 8:28 am
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You Blue MAGAs ask, from to time, if the GOPs can survive Trump. But, then, back in the day, liberals smirked, asking if the GOPs could possibly survive the reactionary third rate actor from California.

Check this out: Lindsey Graham says he won't back Mitch McConnell for Senate GOP leader unless McConnell has a 'working relationship' with Trump

Trump has been a refining fire for the GOP since he announced his candidacy.

But, Biden and the Dems? "That feckless dementia-ridden piece of crap" saddled the Dems with the Afghanistan disaster. The border ridiculousness continues to turn people from the Flatulent Fool...and because Dems won't speak truth about his shameful policy,they're suffering. The former 18 wheeler driver's Approval/Disapproval has fallen 30 points IN LESS THAN A YEAR according to RCP and nearly that on 538.

My guess is that progressives think that this is a no-brainer. Trump may kill off the GOPs. He won't. The GOP will never be the same but it will survive and, with or without Trump, probably control all three branches of government after the 024 elections.

But, the Dems and Biden?

In the end, I think the GOP will do better from Trump. We still have no idea of the scandals that will surface after the GOP House investigates the ways the BIG GUY benefited from Hunter's shenanigans!


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Comments on "Who's the more dangerous millstone around his party's neck? Trump or Biden":

  1. by Curt_Anderson on January 13, 2022 9:16 am
    There was an interesting interview with Senator Mike Rounds on NPR this morning. Much to Trump's chagrin the senator does not believe the Big Lie. Senator Rounds has been talking with other Republicans who know that the election was not stolen from Trump but are now willing to talk about it publicly.

    Being labeled as the legitimate loser of the 2020 election is Kryptonite to Donald Trump. A Trump endorsement might help some candidates in Republican primaries but it won't be all that helpful in the general elections. Especially if the Republican party is divided into the delusional half and the reality-based half.

    For all of Joe Biden's shortcomings it is the case that he can beat Donald Trump again.

    By the way, speaking of NPR there was a good interview Donald Trump yesterday morning. Trump sounded like Captain Queeg in the Caine Mutinee.



  2. by HatetheSwamp on January 13, 2022 11:24 am

    The Flatulent Fool can beat Trump again eh?

    He'll be three years older, his brain will be even further gone.

    And, he'll have a woeful record to defend. I have trouble believing he'd pull in 150 Electoral College votes!

    Two days hence, Trump holds his next rally. We'll see how that goes but if he changes his tone all, he'll be setting himself up for a landslide in 024,...if he wants it.

    The story I think everyone but I have lost sight of is the damage done to Trump by the decision of Kellyanne Conway to leave his campaign in 020. She seems to have the ability to keep Trump's demons in check. If she's back on board for 024, Trump's invincible.

    Still, my question is more about the two parties. You're illustrating that the GOP is more independent, freethinking and principled that the Dem.

    Back in the day, when I first registered to vote, I chose the Dems as my party because there was passionate diversity, even disagreement in its ranks. Today, all the political vigor I see is with the GOPs.

    Until someone, ANYONE, among the Dems is honest about the weakness of "that feckless dementia-ridden piece of crap," I think the Dems are hopeless.


  3. by Curt_Anderson on January 13, 2022 1:56 pm


  4. by HatetheSwamp on January 13, 2022 2:02 pm

    Those two lines are merging, eh?


  5. by Curt_Anderson on January 13, 2022 2:14 pm
    They might merge. They might not. I wouldn't count on Trump suddenly becoming popular outside his cult. A year into Trump's term he wasn't beset with a pandemic or the economic chaos caused by a pandemic, yet his poll numbers sucked and never improved much. Trump also able to use the presidency as an excuse to forestall lawsuits and criminal trials. Not so anymore.



  6. by HatetheSwamp on January 13, 2022 3:11 pm


    Thing is, Trump lost the House in 018 and, through skuduggery, the White House.

    I'll predict that, when the House starts investigating Joe's participation in Hunter's slime, Joe'll be claiming Executive Privilege on a very regular basis.



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