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    “Cheney, of Wyoming, faces ouster from her No. 3 post in the House GOP leadership because she is an outspoken critic of former President Trump. Stefanik, a moderate-turned-Trump-stalwart from upstate New York, is jockeying to succeed her.”

    “It is ironic that the power struggle centers on two women. Among the GOP’s biggest political problems has been the sparse presence of women in their congressional ranks and the stampede of female voters to the Democratic Party in the Trump era. Joe Biden won 57% of female voters in 2020, the largest share of any presidential candidate since at least 1980, according to exit poll data compiled by the Center for American Women and Politics.”

    “The two congresswomen personify the choice now facing a Republican Party at a crossroads: Should it remain defined by Trump — embracing his provocative style and false claims about massive fraud in the 2020 election — or renounce him and recenter conservative orthodoxy that was eclipsed during his presidency?”

    https://www.latimes.com/politics/sto...blicans-choice

    So what is it going be, return to being the Republican Party of Ike and Reagan, or, abandon the very principles of conservatism the GOP was based upon to the cult of personality?

    Like the GOP has shown any backbone in the last five years

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    Quote Originally Posted by archives View Post
    “Cheney, of Wyoming, faces ouster from her No. 3 post in the House GOP leadership because she is an outspoken critic of former President Trump. Stefanik, a moderate-turned-Trump-stalwart from upstate New York, is jockeying to succeed her.”

    “It is ironic that the power struggle centers on two women. Among the GOP’s biggest political problems has been the sparse presence of women in their congressional ranks and the stampede of female voters to the Democratic Party in the Trump era. Joe Biden won 57% of female voters in 2020, the largest share of any presidential candidate since at least 1980, according to exit poll data compiled by the Center for American Women and Politics.”

    “The two congresswomen personify the choice now facing a Republican Party at a crossroads: Should it remain defined by Trump — embracing his provocative style and false claims about massive fraud in the 2020 election — or renounce him and recenter conservative orthodoxy that was eclipsed during his presidency?”

    https://www.latimes.com/politics/sto...blicans-choice

    So what is it going be, return to being the Republican Party of Ike and Reagan, or, abandon the very principles of conservatism the GOP was based upon to the cult of personality?

    Like the GOP has shown any backbone in the last five years

    Cult of personality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by archives View Post
    “Cheney, of Wyoming, faces ouster from her No. 3 post in the House GOP leadership because she is an outspoken critic of former President Trump. Stefanik, a moderate-turned-Trump-stalwart from upstate New York, is jockeying to succeed her.”

    “It is ironic that the power struggle centers on two women. Among the GOP’s biggest political problems has been the sparse presence of women in their congressional ranks and the stampede of female voters to the Democratic Party in the Trump era. Joe Biden won 57% of female voters in 2020, the largest share of any presidential candidate since at least 1980, according to exit poll data compiled by the Center for American Women and Politics.”

    “The two congresswomen personify the choice now facing a Republican Party at a crossroads: Should it remain defined by Trump — embracing his provocative style and false claims about massive fraud in the 2020 election — or renounce him and recenter conservative orthodoxy that was eclipsed during his presidency?”

    https://www.latimes.com/politics/sto...blicans-choice

    So what is it going be, return to being the Republican Party of Ike and Reagan, or, abandon the very principles of conservatism the GOP was based upon to the cult of personality?

    Like the GOP has shown any backbone in the last five years
    It very interesting how they are switching a hard right conservative for a more moderate one, or she was until of late.

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    lol.. Cheney and the Bush years are soo over. and good thing they are.
    screw those globalist warmongers.. MAGA baby

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    Quote Originally Posted by anatta View Post
    lol.. Cheney and the Bush years are soo over. and good thing they are.
    screw those globalist warmongers.. MAGA baby
    And there is your answer, RIP the party of Reagan, welcome to the cult of Trump, where principles are defined as what ever serves Trump the best

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    Quote Originally Posted by anatta View Post
    lol.. Cheney and the Bush years are soo over. and good thing they are.
    screw those globalist warmongers.. MAGA baby
    I Got Your MAGA BABY!


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    Quote Originally Posted by archives View Post
    And there is your answer, RIP the party of Reagan, welcome to the cult of Trump, where principles are defined as what ever serves Trump the best
    do you always just make up shit about what i said? why is MAGA a "cult of personality"
    -do you get almost the entire world uses economic nationalism ( excluding Biden) as a governing principle?

    I didnt say "Reagan" i said 'Bush and Cheney" -
    if you are going to respond at least keep t to a small level of truthiness. TY

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geeko Sportivo View Post
    I Got Your MAGA BABY!
    you got nothing as usual, Hillary supporter

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    Quote Originally Posted by anatta View Post
    you got nothing as usual, Hillary supporter
    Thanks- I'm a proud Hillary Supporter!

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    Cheney voted with Trump over 90 percent of the time. She was more loyal to the Republican philosophy than Stefanik. It is not about policy and principles. It is about saving Trump from his lies. He does not care what she does as long as she backs him in his legal problems. America does not matter.

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