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It's been said that the candidate Lamb in the Pennsylvania special election won mainly because of his disdain for Nancy Pelosi, according to some middle of the road voters and right wing media. Even Trump was praising Lamb. Who knows what this newly elected democrat will turn out to be, only time will tell. Voters will find out if he is a DINO, or a RINO.
We had a few of those here in Wisconsin. There were people posing as democrats and even had their names on ballots only to find out just before important elections who and what they really were. But believe me, that is way different than someone who has been labeled as a RINO or a DINO. A good example of someone who might be considered as a DINO is Rahm Emanuel, the current mayor of Chicago, mainly because he has accepted campaign donations from powerful republican businessmen and lobbyists who align themselves with the hard right.
In Wisconsin, my local newspaper had an article a few weeks ago about governor Walker. The header of the article stated that Walker is concerned he may lose the upcoming election because he and Ryan threw their allegiance behind Trump-buyer's remorse here folks. A good rule of thumb for politicians might be never go the way you're going now because you may regret it at a later date, as might be the case with the republican controlled house and senate of Wisconsin, as well as the governor's seat.
If anyone watches Stephanopolis or Todd on weekends, you might hear them say the midterms usually always flip sides. If that's the case, and democrats gain control in DC, maybe then they can get their minds together to unseat Trump, and make life difficult for the VP. We democrats can only hope.