Quote Of The Day

…this time from Stephen Kruiser:

The dumpster fire of awful that is the J.R. Biden administration never stops burning for a moment, which is obviously bad for the country right now but should help the Republicans steamroll to big victories in next year’s midterm election.
Heavy on the “should”.
Many of us are fond of reminding people that one must never underestimate the ability of the Republican Party to completely screw things up.

Yup, when it comes to political opportunity, nothing sums up the Republican response like this:

As currently constituted, the Republican Party is to conservatism is like the NRA is to fighting gun control:  occasionally helpful, but but more often than not:  not.


  1. The republican party has, for most of my lifetime, simply been a more watered down version of the democratic party. When they do get in power, they fumble around and do nothing important. Instead of dismantling big welfare state programs, they make little cuts and trims, window dressing really, in the hopes that by making minor cuts they’ll get re-elected to make more minor cuts. But suggest that we wholesale eliminate programs? Never in a million years. But hey, let’s invade another country spend trillions on something else to distract people.

  2. The GOP will only have a chance if the mechanisms that allowed the DemonRats to steal the 2020 election are dismantled. I’m not holding my breath:-(

  3. Kim,
    you’re spot on about the GOP. Dinesh D’Souza has a nice explanation that he gave his friends and family back in India about the US political system. We have the evil party and the stupid party. Left unabated the evil party enacts evil legislation. When the parties work together we get stupidly evil legislation.

    Both parties are a cancer. The Democrats are of course pancreatic cancer, fast and very painful. The GOP is prostate cancer, slower but still cancer and still fatal.


  4. I abandoned the GOP decades ago because they were the “Socialism Lite” version of what I despised.

    They, like the NRA, are more interested in attending the DC cocktail party circuit, than doing their job.

  5. A ghilley suit for RINOs, whatever will they think of next?

    I’ll keep an eye out for Elephants in full battle gear, but they seem to be few and far between.

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