When Power and Party Trump Country and Duty
Reed Galen

You’ ve said what so many have said, but you’ve done it in an interesting way. The Republican Party can’t get out of its own way because they’re used to stumbling and then righting themselves. It seems this slapstick approach works for the, although even slipping on a banana peel gets old. Eventually, you have to be about more than laughs. The GOP needs to do something other than decide whether they’re supporting or not supporting Trump. It can be “Well, we’ll see,” like they’ve done for so long. The amount of foot-dragging and knuckle-dragging has had its day. When will Republicans say “We’ve really got to do SOMETHING,” before 2018. Otherwise, we’ll be the party that stumbled, straightened up, stumbled again and decided to leave the theatre.

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