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[–]VROF [score hidden] an hour ago
I'm just going to spam this comment from user OneYearSteakDay until Tuesday.....
DON'T LET THESE FUCKERS OFF THE HOOK.
Congressional Republicans didn't rescind their endorsements when Donald was calling for killing innocent civilians, or when he doubled down on killing civilians, when he called African-Americans thugs, when he asked gun owners to do something about Hillary Clinton,when he questioned my President's ancestry and religion, when he implied that vaccinations cause autism, when he promised to ban a religion from immigrating to the United States,when he invited Russia to hack a US citizen, when he advocated for torture, when he demeaned women (pick one), or when he said that Mexico was sending us rapists and criminals.
Their endorsement stood through each and every indefensible thing he's said or done.
DONALD TRUMP WAS UNACCEPTABLE BEFORE THE FIRST ENDORSEMENT WAS EVER GIVEN.
Any sitting politician who endorsed this man before, during, or after this campaign deserves to lose their job. Donald Trump has been an unacceptable choice since day 1, since before we heard any of this, but they endorsed him anyway. House and Senate Republicans were willing to risk the wellbeing of the American people, and nominate a madman, in an effort to preserve the appearance of party unity. They care more about obeying the Eleventh Commandment than they do protecting their constituents.
What we heard today might very well be his last offensive comment, but it's certainly not his first.
ANYONE WHO SUPPORTS THIS MAN IS WORKING AGAINST THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. PERIOD.
Donald Trump didn't change tonight, he's still the same man he was when Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell and Reince Priebus endorsed him.
It seems to me that congressional support for Trump is symptomatic of a much bigger problem within the GOP.
Is a Republican Congressman endorsing Donald Trump in the name of partisanship and party unity that substantially different from a Republican Governor turning down a fully funded Medicaid expansion just to spite Obama and the ACA?
The Republican party has been pulling shit like this for the past six years, they've been electing people like Trump since the Tea Party burst out of their chest. Donald Trump actually looks normal compared to some of the Republicans on the state level.
At some point you have to put country over party, wouldn't it have been nice if they had figured that out before:
* Enacting restrictive voter ID laws.
* Closing schools to pay for tax cuts.
* Detoothing Dodd Frank financial reform.
* "Papers please" laws in places like Arizona.
* Cutting public benefits to pay for tax cuts.
* Firing public employees to pay for tax cuts.
* Rolling back abortion rights across the nation.
* Turning down Medicaid expansions to the states.
* Refusing to enforce the recent gay marriage ruling.
* Cutting infrastructure spending to pay for tax cuts.
* Preventing Elizabeth Warren from heading the CFPB.
* Refusing to set up public exchanges on the state level.
* Remember the trans-vaginal ultrasound laws? Still a thing.
* Voting more than fifty times to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
* Wasting taxpayer money on repeated investigations into Benghazi.
* Appointing Emergency Financial Managers to replace elected officials.
* Preventing the most popular of gun reforms...
* ...or even allowing gun violence to be studied by the CDC.
* Preventing the appointment of a Supreme Court Justice...
* ...or any of the hundreds of other Judicial vacancies in our country.
* Almost shutting down the federal government...
* ...before ultimately succeeding...
* ...and causing the first ever downgrade of the United States credit rating.
* And generally standing in the way of any bill, law, or amendment proposed by someone with a [D] next to their name.
Congressional Republicans have blocked more bills, and passed fewer, than any other Congress in American history.
How many jobs could have been created if Congressional Republicans had allowed proper public investment?
How many more Americans would have health insurance if Congressional Republicans hasn't killed the public option?
How much more secured would our infrastructure be if Congressional Republicans hadn't blocked spending on road and bridge repair?
And this is just off the top of my head. If someone wanted to take the time and do the research they could easily double or triple the number of things that State and Congressional Republicans have royally fucked up over the past eight years. It sure would have been nice if they had been working for the benefit of our nation instead of just working to stop Obama.
And Kansas. Poor, poor Kansas.
Edit: Please watch and share the first video in this post. I could ask the same of all the videos above, as I do think they're all worth watching and sharing, but that first video just sends chills up my spine, and I think it's important that other people see it and understand exactly what he's saying. It's 40 seconds long.
Edit 2: If you have RES, Reddit enhancement suite, you'll see a button at the bottom of this post that says "Source." Clicking that button will bring up a raw, unformatted copy of my comment that can be copied and pasted for future use, or use in other Reddit threads. You have my permission to copy or link anything and everything here.
Edit 3: Thank you for the gold! I love gooooold! Stop giving me gold. Seriously, I appreciate the gold, but give the money to hurricane relief or donate to a Presidential candidate that can defeat Donald Trump. What I want more than gold, far more than gold, is to see these assholes Republican politicians get what they deserve this November: Unemployment benefits.
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