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Danger: Tin Foil Hats And Flames

Several recent articles have been written outlining the zaniness of today’s GOP. (Sorry no links today.) Today I’d like to cover a few of the most outrageous and dangerous.

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The First Flames

The number one mission of the 118th Republican House Caucus is to make Joe Biden and the Democrats look bad. They really don’t care about what they will perceive as collateral damage. That includes the American and global economies. Harsh assessment? Yes. Brutally accurate? You bet!

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House Of Fodder

Monday evening was its first session of somewhat regular business but the 118th House of Representatives has already proven to be the House of Fodder (for articles) for political and comedic writers.
The first thing they did was pass a rules package. That is normally done at the opening session but since it lasted five days and concluded in the wee hours of the morning it was put off.

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The GOP Economic Plan

This article was written well ahead of scheduled publishing in order to accommodate my travel plans.

For perhaps the first time in his life Florida Republican Senator Rick “The Fifth” Scott spoke the truth when he let the cat out of the bag about the Republicans’ plans for the economy should they take control of Congress in January. Immediately almost every Washington Republicans denied it. As they head to the polls this fall most Americans have the economy if not as their top concern certainly high on their list. That’s my setup. If you want to learn what the real GOP economic (and beyond) plan is read on.

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Progressive Sweeping XII

It’s been a bit since my last sweeping and there is plenty to clean up. Let’s go. Continue reading Progressive Sweeping XII