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Author Topic: Laura Ingraham: Republicans 'Are Finished' if They Don't Get Tax Reform Done  (Read 260 times)
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« on: September 08, 2017, 04:49:14 pm »

Ingraham is wrong.  There is no IF here.  The Republicans have failed miserably in Congress, and they have chosen to be a part of the resist Trump movement.  Worst of them all is John McCain, an outright liar and genuine POS!  Next is the two numbskulls in leadership, Paul Ryan and Sen. McConnell.  Both are worthless, and have squandered an excellent opportunity to represent the American people like they haven't done in decades.

Sadly, the real losers are the American people with this worthless two party system whose only objective is lining their pockets with gold.   This elite group is well deserving of a French style revolution, with all their heads rolling into a basket in public.  When an entire branch of government abdicate their role in governance, what other choice is there?  Unfortunately, until Americans are starving, along the lines of what took place in Egypt, nothing will happen.  The political elite will continue to line their pockets with gold.

Conservative radio host and Fox News contributor Laura Ingraham says Republicans "are finished" if they don't get tax reform done quickly.

"[President Trump] wants to be a popular president. He's a conservative populist. That means at times, if Republicans don't deliver legislation that he can sign on the critical matters that he campaigned on, he's going to look to move the ball down the field with another set of players," said Ingraham to host Sean Hannity.

"And sometimes it's going to be people that you and I don't like very much and don't agree with on many issues ? on an issue like the debt ceiling, which is a conservative concern and rightfully so ? but the president wanted to move this issue off the table and clear the deck for tax reform," she continued.

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