Don’t care. Don’t need him. He’s purely domestic, engaged in the day-to-day scrap. Power for its own sake.
I find it boring.
He’s given up the mission for the seat, mistaken the mandate for mere self-perpetuation. Ran on a plank, and then once in office sprinted away from it.
The Republicans took good notes, when the Dems were in power. Power corrupts, beat you to the door. What does the Republican Party stand for now, from a domestic standpoint anyway, under such leadership? A slightly less massive and intrusive government than their opponents? Only 75% of the increase in social spending, but with none of the taxes?
Best for all to get this wake-up call. 2006 is just around the corner. The Republican majorities weren’t built upon presenting themselves as the pale shade of lesser Democrats.
” Dans ce pays ci, c’est bon, de temps en temps, de tuer un amiral pour encourager les autres.” Voltaire, Candide