Talking on @Morning_Joe about my @PostOpinions column: “The GOP can’t be saved. Center-right voters need to become Biden Republicans.” (https://t.co/uMK8qEwNaD) I compare the Biden Republicans to the Reagan Democrats of the 1980s and suggest they could transform politics. pic.twitter.com/lydFqXBXpn— Max Boot (@MaxBoot) April 8, 2021
I’m a populist and nationalist voter.
I’ve never been a mainstream conservative. I was never attracted to conservatism because I never trusted these people. I wasn’t alone in smelling a rat.
“This is a portrait of a party that can’t be saved — at least in the foreseeable future. The GOP remains a cult of personality for the worst president in U.S. history. It has become a bastion of irrationality, conspiracy mongering, racism, nativism and anti-scientific prejudices. So what should a sane, center-right voter — someone who might have voted for the GOP in the past — do under those circumstances? …
But we won’t transform our political system anytime soon. In the meantime, centrists have a binary choice: Support either an increasingly extremist and obstructionist Republican Party or a Democratic Party that, under President Biden, is working to solve our most pressing problems. …”
As many you might recall from the Iraq War, there is no one in American politics who is saner than folks like Max Boot and Bill Kristol. They’ve gone over to Joe Biden and become Red Dogs now. Just out of morbid curiosity, I still read and keep track of these people. We developed our views in the 2000s by rejecting these people and virtually everything that they believe in.
“Or just maybe—and hear me out—it’s not that CEOs are being hoodwinked, or that they are foolishly working against their own best interests (as the Wall Street Journal editorial board avers), but rather that they see clearly that the GOP’s transformation into a party of deceit and anti-democracy is bad for the country, bad for political stability, and therefore bad for business.
The GOP’s new populism isn’t about policy; it’s about power. Mitch McConnell is not giving back any corporate donations. He’s not giving up any of that easy corporate cash. He wants to see if he can make those corporations buckle, and run from Democrats, back into his arms with sweet promises of protecting their low tax rates. …“
Amanda Carpenter is a blast from the blast.
Wasn’t she associated with Ted Cruz during the 2016 election? Amanda is upset that no one is standing up for the real victims in America … CEOs and multinational corporations.
Tim Miller was Jeb Bush’s homosexual communications director. He also used to fancy himself as a Republican political strategist. We saw how that went in the 2016 election.
“Awkward, but kind of true. Corporations are made up of people who make choices based on our politics. Sometimes companies move to states with lower taxes. Republicans like that. Now, some are moving out of states if they pass bigoted laws like restricting trans-bathroom options or voting rights. If you, the consumer, don’t like the political stance a company takes, then go ahead, drink yourself a gross-ass Pepsi or shotgun a can of Goya beans instead. This is America, b—–s. This is how the free market works.
And that’s something Republicans used to understand.”
This faggot goofball now makes cringe videos like this:
Moral of the story: this is what mainstream conservatism used to be for decades. It was run by people like Charlie Sykes, Tim Miller, Max Boot, Bill Kristol, Amanda Carpenter and so forth. BTW, that is also why nothing was ever conserved. They’re all quite open about it now.
Note: I laugh when I think that people like Rusty Reno or Rod Dreher were once allied with these people. They were “mainstream.” Maybe they should have listened to all of those “extremists” who criticized them? If you can’t trust Charlie Sykes, Max Boot and Bill Kristol, who can you trust?