There is a civil war within the Republican Party. It was on full display yesterday on Election Day in Pennsylvania when the GOP candidates for both Governor and U.S. Senate appear to have lost. Mehmet Oz is a talk show host who lives in New Jersey. He has spent decades in the company of people like Oprah Winfrey championing a host of progressive causes. He was parachuted into Pennsylvania, claiming he bunked at his son-in-law’s place near Philly to satisfy residency requirements and pushed on the people of Pennsylvania as their candidate for the Senate.
Well analyzed and said. But what will be
Method of raising money. The Harrisburg assembly deserves all of the disrespect
They have dished out to their constituents.
Not sure why moving to a less corrupt state not a better option.
FWIW, I've long advocated taking out (electorally) what I call "Vichy Republicans." This has to be done on a selective basis but, e.g., base Republican voters (selectively) cross-over and vote for the Democrat. Just to unelected the Republican.
Why? To neuter the advantages of incumbency, and free up the seat currently held by an entrenched RINO for a potential better R option in the next cycle. Short term pain (a D in office) for potential long-term gain.
In other words, patriots / conservatives become "swing voters," and R officeholders need to know that if they cross us too much, they risk losing their seat.
Names like McConnell come to mind ...