What happened to the future of conservatism? Republicans killed it. Democrats were more than willing to assist. After years of blaming Barack Obama for everything from moral transgressions in his health care bill to handing a nuclear weapon to Iran, the right blew it again and we did it in the worst way imaginable.
If Republicans are desperate they know who to thank. The party continues to collapse at the hands of a man the people chose to beat the Democratic Party’s first female nominee. Instead of backstabbing we’ve been waiting for a plan for an election win.
Making America great doesn’t mean what it used to. These three words remember a time and place that vanished years ago, one that no longer has a lot of relevance to Republican voters the party is trying to win over with pleas to traditional values.
Less than three months to go before their convention and Republicans still don’t get it. There is only one big difference between the parties in the 2016 election:
Do we give it away, or do we make people work for it?
Conservatives had a good chance to win the presidency this year. That opportunity is being flushed away as surely as Mitt Romney’s anti-Trump appearance made us look like fools incapable of uniting behind a common vision. After two terms of Barack Obama how can this happen?
Albert Einstein was no dummy. He called what the House is doing insanity. Let’s cut Boehner and company a little slack and call it the failure to come up with any new ideas on how to get what the party thinks it wants.