They already have. The question is whether thinking Republicans can take it back or not.
2 Answers · News & Events · 08/03/2021
Finally, a mature and rational description of what our country needs. I was a registered Republican for years, but changed my affiliation because of Trump. With his reign behind us, we need to...
7 Answers · News & Events · 27/12/2020
No, he most definitely should not. His childishness and silliness will not be missed.
5 Answers · News & Events · 09/12/2020
If Trump does that, then maybe the GOP can rebuild itself into a real party like it was in the days of Reagan and Eisenhower.
6 Answers · News & Events · 30/11/2020
..." (the militant lock-step Congressional GOP ) have chosen to both ignore and then help cover up.... One has to wonder if the GOP 's CULT The Family is...
1 Answers · News & Events · 23/12/2019
If you're a freedom-loving conservative, the answer is clearly an extrajudicial killing of Greta and a complete ban on anyone that doesn't tow the GOP line on social media.
16 Answers · News & Events · 03/10/2019
..." are campaign donors, Trump campaign people and other GOP stalwarts. Why are we paying for his egotistical...
18 Answers · News & Events · 04/07/2019
Yes. Right now, 8 out of every 10 that come in to volunteer are disqualified for one reason or another. If they need more troops they will either have to lower the standards a LOT or they will have to have a draft. The neat part of...
4 Answers · News & Events · 15/06/2019
... from office. None. That's how far over the edge the GOP has gone.
16 Answers · News & Events · 14/03/2019
Remove him on what grounds? I'm sorry, but the we don't like him has not been, will not be. Enough to remove a sitting president. Regardless of how many times it is tried.
12 Answers · News & Events · 14/03/2019