Friday, July 28, 2017

Epic GOP Fail, Loser Remix

It's official, the GOP is useless. Despite majorities in both houses, despite a mandate from the country at large, despite campaigning on the promise, these buffoons can't get it together to repeal Obamacare.

The Democrat clowns that brought us this hated, failing, tax masquerading as healthcare are doubtless laughing, and who can blame them.

Of course none of our wealthy ruling elitocracy have to pay the tax or use its so-called services, they're exempt. 

John McCain has a brain disease. 

I pray he recovers.



Old NFO said...

Truly unbelievable...That's all I can say without using four letter words...

LL said...

We need a new party that represents the American people.

LSP said...

NFO, you have my vote.

LSP said...

It's obviously not the GOP, LL.

Not that I'm surprised. What craven poktroons.

LSP said...


LindaG said...

It is hard to forgive them all. But I try.
I am ashamed of them all. I won't vote for a demoncrat, and the republicants are just as bad. Not sure where that leaves us.

McCain should have stayed with his family; but he couldn't stand that thought that the governor of Arizona might replace him with a true conservative.

One more thing to change if the states ever get that Convention - that congress needs to abide by whatever they set forth for their constituents.

And no pay unless they do something.

And no voting their own pay raises. That disgusts me.

You all be safe and God bless.

The Egyptian said...

we need to return to the constitution, senators used to be appointed by their state legislators, to serve the interests of their state governments in congress, not a political party. They have staggered 6 year terms for a reason, if a state suddenly swung left only one might be replaced, if the leftward swing continued the other would be replaced 3 years later, if they went back conservative in two years the next one would be conservative thus minimizing huge swings in senate leanings. This is why the progressives got the amendment to direct election, it put the senate under the thumb of the parties not their sovereign states. It has been a downhill sled ever since