Republicans Urge Embattled Incumbents to Speak Out on Trump
The New York Times
3 days ago · By urging some candidates to speak out or at least stay silent, Republican leaders who gravely fear losing ...
Chet Ruminski Wrote: Most of the Republican candidates in Florida are putting forth their conservatism and undying love and support for President Trump. I wonder if shaking in their boots has come over any of them.
I still do not see the blue wave. I grant that there are rRepublicans in danger of losing their seats. I just do not see the maximum 50 state effort being put forth. Whether it is a lack of get out the vote or a lack of a broad-based message blasted from the rooftops or what I don't get it. It seems that the Democratic Party is poised to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory. You have a president whose approval ratings are not good. You have some good candidates very much dependent upon the geography and it seems that there is no energy overall.
I hope I am completely wrong. It is critical that either the house or the senate be taken back. I would say that the senate is even more important due to the SCOTUS. Maybe if Mueller is done in a fashion that coincides close enough too the election things will improve.
Talk me off the ledge.
A president of the United States said this about the opposing groups at Charlottesville :
“You also had some very fine people on both sides,” he said
One side was white supremacist racists.