Is the Republican Party Doomed to Repeat History? (1 Viewer)

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    Sep 14, 2022
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    Richmond, Texas
    Since the end of WW2 the House of Representatives has flipped between political parties 4 times. The Republicans won in 1994 and 2010. The Democrats won in 2006 and 2018.

    Isn't it interesting that every time the Republicans won the House they lost the Presidency two years later. On the other hand, each time the Democrats won the House they won the Presidency two years later.

    Could it be that when the Republicans win the House they use their time to appeal only to other Republicans and when the Democrats win the House they focus on appealing to the American people? Is it possible that the Republican Party has become the bubble party only capable of thinking, talking and acting on the issues, grievances and calls for revenge that circulate within the Republican echo chamber?

    Let’s see what is happening down at Republican central as they get ready to take over the House. Item number 1 in improving the lives of the American people is Hunter Biden’s laptop followed up by cutting Social Security and Medicare, denying any increase in the US debt limit, investigating the FBI search of Mar-a-Lago, investigating the Department of Justice for the persecution of January 6th patriots, investigating President Biden for our Afghanistan withdrawal, investigating Covid-19 school closures, solving immigration and fighting abortion.

    It looks to me that the Republican House agenda will be conducted while looking through the rearview mirror. They will rely on the skill set they perfected in 1994 and 2010 as a sure guide to success. It seems to me that Republican history is about to repeat itself.

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